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The Galway City Council held a minute’s silence to mark the passing of the former premier of New South Wales, Australia, John Fahey.
In a year of change, one thing has remained the same and that is Carnacon are looking to claim the Mayo Ladies Football Senior Championship once again.
The National Museum of Ireland - Country Life, at Turlough Park, will host an exhibition about the fascinating life and achievements of Paul Strzelecki – a Polish humanitarian who helped over 200,000 children during the Great Irish Famine.
Custom House Studios are currently hosting an exhibition of paintings and prints - 'My Halcyon Days' - by Norah Brennan. The exhibition runs until Sunday, September 13.
The annual Frances Thornton Memorial Galway Bay Swim in aid of Cancer Care West has been held throughout the month of August this year and has already raised more than €100,000.
A notable achievement for Marist College secondary school was attained in recent times when six current students were selected to advance to the World F1 in Schools Finals to take place in Melbourne, Australia, next year.
The Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA) has today published two evidence summaries to support the National Public Health Emergency Team’s (NPHET’s) response to Covid-19.
Acupuncture which originated in China has been scientifically proven to be very effective for all types of pain relief and is now incorporated in medical protocols in hospitals and specialised pain clinics in Europe, the USA and Australia.
For the uninitiated, cannabidiol or CBD as it is most commonly known, invokes images of individuals chilling out and getting 'high'. However, as Chanelle McCoy highlights, although CBD is derived from the cannabis plant, it does not produce a psychoactive effect, is not addictive, and does not cause a 'high'. The compound which is responsible for these side effects is called Tetrahydrocannabinol or THC.
Popular US baking magazine, Bake from Scratch, has dedicated its entire July/August issue to Ireland’s culinary scene. The bumper ‘Authentic Ireland’ edition features delicious recipes and interviews with many local food producers, as well as some of Galway’s top foodie experiences. Bake from Scratch has a print circulation of 150,000 and a digital monthly reach of around 30 million readers.