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Having spent much of our year in lockdown desperately looking forward to summer, the end is imminently nigh.
Someone once said that everybody in life should be a role model, not only for their own self-respect but for the respect from others. On one hand, I am loath to burden people in public life with the pressure of being a role model. I recall the American basketball player, Charles Barkley saying he wasn’t a role model. “Just because, I can dunk a basketball, doesn’t mean I should raise your kids,” he said.
Having spent much of our year in lockdown desperately looking forward to summer and the possibility of freedom, summer now seems all too short. Already we are facing the usual overwhelming sense of September, and everything that it includes.
Jim Kavanagh’s Art School is starting a new term of classes from Monday next, September 6.
If there is one thing I would love gardeners to consider more often, it’s the need to be generous with your borders.
The outdoor dining and pedestrianisation measures in Galway city should not come to an end on September 30, but instead should be extended to Christmas.
This is where it starts to get interesting - not that the Connacht championship wasn’t interesting already, with plenty of twists and turns for a number of reasons.
Ballinasloe based Senator Aisling Dolan welcomed An Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade, and Employment, Leo Varadkar to Ballinasloe Enterprise Hub at the weekend. As part of the Ballinasloe Area Community Development (BACD), the centre has recently won €63,000 in funding under the Connected Hubs Scheme.
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A total of 507 new .ie domains were registered in Westmeath in the first half of 2021, according to the latest .IE Domain Profile Report, which explores and analyses the .ie database. The figure represents a 23 per cent decrease on the same period in 2020.