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They say that patience is the virtue that you show when there are too many witnesses around to see how you may have behaved otherwise. Be that as it may, it has been a virtue that we have been implored to employ over the past year or more. And like in all instances when we require patience, it is as we enter the final straight that the adherence to it becomes the most difficult.
Welcome for funding for Castlebar projects
If word on the grapevine is anything to go by, garden furniture has been eagerly sought after since the Christmas decorations were packed away. Last year taught us that we definitely need outdoor spaces to meet family and friends in, and since that’s likely to continue, everyone’s looking to make them more comfortable.
Ballyhaunis Chamber recently handed over €2,000 to their local Western Care organisation, which was ten per cent of the total amount of money it raised through its online Christmas Lights fundraiser.
A year since Ireland went into a Covid-induced lockdown, we can look back and see how we have suffered and stagnated, progressed and then regressed in attempts to return to our pre-Covid normality.
Where would the nation be without the humble potato?
Mexico has become a mecca for travel influencers, jet-setting celebrities and hippies as they flock to Tulum on the Caribbean coast. This beach resort town on the "Mayan Riviera" is booming from an influx of tourists and remote workers, not without some controversy.
Hotel Woodstock Ennis is an award-winning Irish-owned family run hotel in partnership with the Choice Hotel Group on the grounds of Woodstock Golf and Country Club.