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Athlone bypass noise levels having impact on local residents

The need to resurface the Athlone bypass road and reduce the noise levels which impact upon residents who live in close proximity to the route was afforded much detailed consideration at the recent sitting of the Athlone-Moate Municipal District (AMMD).

Mental health charity emphasises the link between stress and heart conditions for World Heart Day

Today (Thursday) is World Heart Day, and mental health charity Turn2Me is marking the day by highlighting the link between stress and heart conditions.

TUS wins coveted HSE excellence award for new integrated student sexual health, contraception and health promotion service

The Technological University of the Shannon (TUS) has won a national award for its new integrated student sexual health, contraception and health promotion service, which aims to deliver the right care to students in the right place at the right time.

Port works needed to meet windfarm demand

Ports such as Galway and Ros an Mhíl need to be developed quickly if the country is to meet offshore wind energy targets, a study by Wind Energy Ireland revealed yesterday.

United's resilience keeps play-off hopes alive

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Manager John Caulfield had reason to be buoyant after Galway United overturned a 1-0 deficit to beat Cork City 2-1 in the SSE Airticity first division.

Final call for female entrepreneurs in rural areas of Westmeath to apply for ACORNS initiative

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This Friday, September 23, is the final deadline for early-stage female entrepreneurs in rural areas of County Westmeath to apply for the latest cycle of the ACORNS business development initiative.

Almost half of adults don’t have enough information to make palliative care decisions

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In total, 43% of adults in the Republic of Ireland agree that if they needed to receive palliative care, they would not have enough information to enable them to have conversations or make decisions about their care.

Strengthen mind and body with Ashwaganda

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Ashwaganda is an ayurvedic herb often referred to as ‘Indian Ginseng’ and is part of the traditional system of healing in India.

New accessible website for Galway City Museum

Galway City Museum have launched their brand new website which was supported by the Heritage Council under the Community Heritage Grant Scheme 2022 and Galway City Council. The site, designed by the Galway based company Rob & Paul Digital Design, went live this week at www.galwaycitymuseum.ie.

‘Hospice services can make you prepare for death in a better way, with a little less fear for everyone’

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A young teacher who lost both her parents to cancer was determined to continue her mum’s Hospice fundraising efforts when she became too ill to hold the events.

 

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