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Retailers record 400 per cent increase in online sales

The introduction of COVID-19 restrictions has led to a significant increase in online sales for Irish retailers, according to a leading ecommerce firm.

Learn French Online with the French Institute Galway!

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Keep studying French or take it up, do not let the Coronavirus stop you!

Home work can be productive all round

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One Christmas many moons ago (circa 12 year worth of moons) a friend gave me The Four Hour Work Week, by Tim Ferriss, and it set my head spinning, writes Liam Horan, Career Coach, Sli Nua Careers.

Seven ways to celebrate Mother's Day during lockdown

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With wall-to-wall coverage of Covid-19, it is possible that you have forgotten that a special day is on the horizon; Mother's Day.

Leap into your library on Saturday

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Spend this St Valentine's Day with your loved one at Fat Freddy's

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When the moon hits your eye like a big pizza pie, it's Fat Freddy's. Yes Valentine's Day is on the horizon and couples are looking for something special to do for their loved one this February 14 - answer - a candlelit dinner at Fat Freddy's Restaurant.

Anne Frank documentary to be screened for Holocaust Remembrance Day

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INTERNATIONAL HOLOCAUST Remembrance Day will be marked in Galway with the screening of the documentary, Anne Frank: Parallel Stories, in The Eye Cinema, from Monday January 27.

Top tips for a sustainable Christmas season

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Ireland will generate approximately 90,000 tonnes of packaging waste this Christmas. With this figure in mind, here are some tips for a sustainable and climate friendly festive season.

Give the gift of laughter this Christmas

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IT HAS been one hell of a great year for comedy in Galway, with the team at Róisín Dubh Comedy delivering the weekly Tuesday Comedy KARLnival, featuring established and emerging joke-slingers, hosted by Karl Spain.

Prevalent festive atmosphere noted at annual Moate Christmas Market

Despite the threatening presence of Storm Atiyah which forced stalls relocation to an indoor setting, revellers flocked to Moate Community Centre to sample the festive fare on offer at the annual Christmas markets which took place in the town on Sunday afternoon last.

 

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