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If the pandemic has taught us anything, it is the importance of home. With successive lockdowns and work-from-home forcing us to spend more time than ever behind our own front doors, our homes have become offices, school rooms, gyms, and most importantly, sanctuaries from the uncertainty that has surrounded us for the past 18 months.
Achill Island RNLI is delighted to welcome Ciaran Needham, a native of Sáile, as the station’s new Lifeboat Operations Manager. Ciaran succeeds Tony McNamara, who recently retired from the role.
Lorraine Commins is passionate about health and wellbeing and enriching the lives of her clients, which is what drives Anam Yoga and Wellness.
The recent United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report signed off by 195 governments is a truly terrifying read. It makes clear that Global Warming- characterised by more intense and frequent heatwaves, storms, rainfall, flooding and melting glaciers as well as rising sea levels, is due to human activity. It further stated that no part of the world is safe from its consequences and that these changes are accelerating.
Mayo GAA is reminding supporters at home and abroad that the closing date for their Laochra Mhaigh Eo Hero’s Wall fundraiser is this coming Sunday, August 15.
Bionical Emas, a global Contract Research Organisation (CRO), providing a range of services to the pharmaceutical and Biotech sector, is to establish a storage, distribution, and secondary labelling facility in the Midlands region allowing for the initial creation of approximately 35 new local jobs.
The unfortunate collision of the Indian Empire into the well marked Margaretta Rock in the middle of Galway Bay was a blow to the newly established Galway Line. But by no means was it a knockout. Galway’s vaulting ambition to open a new ‘highway between the old and new worlds’ took on an even more determined energy. The exploitation of steam-power, driving ever bigger ships and faster trains, led to wild speculation as to what could be achieved even from Galway, in the middle of the 19th century.
There are only a few things in life that can floor the Irish. A small fall of snow. A few flakes and we're closing roads and skiving off work and school. The second thing is a draught. There's seemingly nothing as fatal to the Irish person as the draught that you sat in a week or so ago and which now has ya at death's door. And the third thing is the heat. The heat. The heattttttttttt.
There are only a few things in life that can floor the Irish. A small fall of snow. A few flakes and we’re closing roads and skiving off work and school. The second thing is a draught. There’s seemingly nothing as fatal to the Irish person as the draught that you sat in a week or so ago and which now has ya at death’s door. And the third thing is the heat. The heat. The heattttttttttt.
Postgraduate law students at the Irish Centre for Human Rights at NUI Galway, have this week published secondary school teaching materials on institutional abuses in Ireland.