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‘Bed and quinine appear to be the two great safeguards.’

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The Galway Expess was one of the first local newspapers to notice that the increasing numbers of people succumbing, some very suddenly, to the so called Spanish ‘Flu that swept across the world in the early summer of 1918, was ‘virulently infectious’. It speculated that it first reached Ireland through Belfast, and in many cases ‘entire households have been seized,’ industries have been closed, and schools ‘although children suffer less than adults, they spread infection’, have also been closed. ‘Sudden collapses are the most striking feature, the victim being struck down almost immediately.’

Women Writers of the West - a new online book club

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AWARD WINNING Galway writers Elaine Feeney, Mary Costello, and Nuala O’Connor will be the focus of the opening weeks of a new online book club - Women Writers of the West.

Progressive therapies for pain relief at the Crane Clinic

Acupuncture, which originated in China, has been scientifically proven to be very effective to relieve most types of pain and is now used in hospitals and specialised pain clinics in Europe, the USA, and Australia.

UHG should become Ireland’s base for Covid 19 hyperbaric oxygenation, says Galway solicitor

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A Galway-based solicitor is calling on the Government to intervene and make provision so that Galway University Hospital immediately becomes Ireland’s centre for Covid using hyperbaric oxygenation.

Why I choose to study Bachelor of Commerce at NUI Galway

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I chose to study at NUI Galway due to its world-renowned reputation, location in the heart of Galway city, and the warm and vibrant atmosphere I experienced during the open day. I knew that choosing to study commerce at NUI Galway would provide a world class education at Ireland’s best college of business and give me opportunities to grow my skills academically and practically.

The changing world of work

Up to the moment that Covid-19 blew apart the entire model by which humanity expressed itself in every aspect of our daily lived experience, nobody could have foreseen what was about to occur.

Dare we see a spark of hope amid the gloom that is 2021 so far?

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Looking back 12 months at Insider’s preview of 2020, the danger of making even short-term predictions is starkly illustrated! The upcoming General Election, a post-Brexit trade deal, and the ongoing housing crisis were cited as the issues likely to dominate the political year; as it turned out, all featured but there was not one word about the issue that dominated the year - Covid-19.

Real Christmas trees the prevailing choice for families

An estimated 150,000 extra families have made the switch over the last three year from plastic to a real Irish Christmas tree, as growers expect to sell well in excess of half a million real Irish Christmas trees this year in Ireland.

Joe Rooney and a Christmas comedy cabaret

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LAUGHTER AND craic in the (socially distanced) company of other people awaits on Tuesday, December 15, when Joe Rooney of Father Ted and Kilnascully fame, performs at Massimo.

Sheils Galway is first MG dealership in the west

The MG Motor brand has been launched in Ireland with electric and plug-in hybrid cars.

 

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