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Coping with chronic pain

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Aiden Kennedy had just moved to Australia in 1987 when a boating accident changed his life forever.

Covidien to invest €900,000 in innovative R&D projects at NUI Galway

Research and development projects in the field of medical technologies at NUI Galway are to receive an investment boost of €900,000 over the next two years from Covidien, one of the world’s leading suppliers of healthcare products.

New David Finn exhibition at the Custom House

David Finn’s debut solo exhibition is a multi-disciplined collection of work, which considers our relationship with the modern landscape that surrounds us. Undergoing injudicious change over the last few decades, this landscape is perhaps a tangible reflection of the shifts in our societal and political attitudes and trends. In the 42 works included in the exhibition, the artist explores the subject through a selection of paintings, installation work, sculpture and prints. The exhibition will run until September 12. The Custom House Studio is located at The Quay, Westport, Co Mayo.

Summer Group Show at Norman Villa Gallery

The Summer Group Show exhibition at the Norman Villa Gallery will open today Thursday August 12, from 6pm to 8pm and run until August 28th.

Make your St Patrick’s Day parade the best ever

The Mullingar St. Patrick’s Day parade committee would like to announce that collections for donations will begin on February 1, 2010.

Scholars to conduct research on chronic pain at NUIG

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Leading researchers in pain medicine and health economics at the Centre for Pain Research, NUI Galway, are to supervise two Health Research Board-funded summer scholars in projects on chronic pain.

Ealaíon At Lunasa - a feast of art exhibitions for August

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ONCE THE Galway Arts Festival is over it is time for the Galway Races, which means betting, drinking, fashion, and gee-gees, but for every Galwegian who loves the races, there is a Galwegian who would prefer to do something else.

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