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How to deal with exam stress

National mental health charity Turn2Me has published seven tips on dealing with exam stress on its website, ahead of the upcoming Leaving Cert. The charity said that these last few days before the Leaving Cert are crucial for students to prepare to perform to the best of their abilities, but emphasised that this can only be done when they also take care of their mental health.

AtlanTec Festival – itag Digital Women’s Forum hosts dynamic unconference on equity of opportunity

itag’s Digital Women Forum, a leading community-driven forum dedicated to empowering women in the technology industry, successfully hosted an engaging and thought-provoking event on the topic of Equity of Opportunity. The event took place in the Victoria Hotel May 11 and used innovative and collaborative unconference techniques to foster inclusive discussions and drive meaningful outcomes.

Free e-waste and battery recycling events to take place across the county this spring

Householders around the county are being urged to bring their old batteries, electrical, and electronic waste to one of the upcoming free collection days hosted by WEEE Ireland.

Dutch Ambassador shows Galway cycling advocates how officials can lead by example

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Galway Cycling Campaign were delighted to meet last week with the Ambassador of the Netherlands at the University of Galway. Joined by Ciaran Cannon TD, the group was keen to discuss the challenges facing Galway in making its streets safer for people who cycle, and making Galway City a more welcoming and liveable space.

Distance does not lessen our duty to help those devastated by earthquake

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I have always loved the cool interior of a church on a warm day. Wherever I am in the world, there is a relief to be found there in among the shadows and age-old flagstones and the marble. In materials built to last, there is a nice chill that adds to the sense of weightlessness you find in places of solitude and reflection.

Patients unable to access medicines as widespread shortages increase - Medicine Shortage Index

A figure of 212 different medicines needed by Irish patients are currently out of stock, an increase of 25 on last month as the country’s medicine supply chain and pricing challenges continue to impact healthcare on a daily basis, analysis published today has found.


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Colman Collins is the author of HOW TO SUCCEED IN YOUR FIRST JOB. Colman wrote this book to help recently qualifi ed graduates to navigate their way successfully from the world of college to the world of work. The book is based on his forty years experience, initially as a HR Director with two blue chip multinationals including Nortel Networks here in Galway and more recently as the owner and CEO of Collins McNicholas Recruitment & HR Services Group, which also has an offi ce in Galway.

Householders urged to continue recycling small e-waste items

Headphones and remote controls are among the most hoarded waste electrical and electronic items in Europe, according to new data released this month.

Dark magic — Croí Night Run back in style

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The 8th Annual Croí Night Run, in aid of Croí, the heart and stroke charity, took place on Friday, October 7, with a huge number of participants running and walking the promenade at nightfall. Organisers were also impressed with high numbers taking part in the virtual event, across all counties, which was continued this year due to demand.

Mental health charity emphasises the link between stress and heart conditions for World Heart Day

Today (Thursday) is World Heart Day, and mental health charity Turn2Me is marking the day by highlighting the link between stress and heart conditions.


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