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The time to show our appreciation for our mothers has come. Mother’s Day is on Sunday – and you’d better not forget it. Lockdown Level 5 means we can’t celebrate it as we would like to but that doesn’t mean the big day for the Irish mammy should go unmarked. You might not be able to pay your Mams a visit this March 14th, shopping might prove difficult and you might lack of ideas to spoil your mother in the current climate. But luckily, at the Advertiser.ie, we have compiled ten gift and treat ideas to show Mam how much you love her on Mother's Day.
Rape Crisis Centre looks for funding aid as expectations rise of post-lockdown reports of lockdown assaults
Galway Rape Crisis Centre (GRCC) and the staff in Aviva Ireland’s Galway office continue to explore innovative fundraising opportunities to raise much needed funds in the absence of the charity’s normal calendar of activities. Local restaurant owners Alice Jary and Richard Kennan from Rúibín Bar & Restaurant in Galway’s historic docklands, recently came to the rescue and generously offered an inventive solution with a virtual cooking and cocktail demonstration, at which the Aviva staff participated. The participants donated directly to GRCC to get access to the session and all funds raised was matched by Aviva.
In August of 2020, when many in the restaurant business around the world found themselves enduring the brutal consequences of a global pandemic, many without income, without their staff and their business, JP McMahon, founder of the online platform - Food On The Edge, reached out to contributors to write a letter addressed to the industry.
If you had told me in 2019 that the next year of my school life (and possibly the year after) would be dominated by masked teachers, Microsoft programmes, and a laptop at the kitchen table, I would never have believed you. I’ll never forget the day we were told that we would not be attending school due to the pandemic. Someone from a few desks away announced how he was going to throw a massive party to celebrate “getting a few days off” – it didn’t take long for that to become a party of one. When going into lockdown for the first time I felt as if it was unlikely that I would learn anything. How wrong I was.
I can still remember the moment I found out we were going into lockdown. I was at a hockey match in Sligo, one of the girls looked at her phone and said all schools are closed for two weeks. I was thrilled, two extra weeks off school! Other than the fact the Patrick’s Day disco was cancelled I was very happy with the unexpected break. Little did I know those days would turn into months and that almost a year later we’d be back in lockdown again.
The director of Public Health at HSE West has urged the public to stay at home and stay safe. Between Monday, January 4 and Sunday, January 10, there were 2,484 Covid-19 tests carried out by Community Healthcare West in Mayo.
WITH THE cinemas closed again, the international box office is in limbo, and we are once again at the mercy of the streaming services. Thankfully Netflix have done a great job of refreshing its library. Here are a few films you may not have caught first time around that are worth checking out.
A member of Mayo County Council has called on all construction site operators who have to close sites from this Friday evening due to new Covid restrictions, to ensure the sites are fully secured from a health safety aspect.
RONAN FAGAN AND MARY O’CONNOR
Ireland placed on Level 3 of the Plan for Living with COVID with special measures for a safe Christmas