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Last month the Western Development Commission launched a new campaign called ‘More to Life’ to showcase the growing number of career and lifestyle opportunities available in the West of Ireland. With more and more people working remotely because of the Covid19 pandemic, the WDC believes now is the time for people to make a permanent and viable move to the West.
Investment and not just policing is needed in communities
Make a break for it this autumn and book your staycation along the Wild Atlantic Way in Donegal town. Enjoy a great value midweek offer with three nights' bed & breakfast from €135 per person sharing, available on select dates this autumn.
The artists and architects have been chosen for this year's Architecture at the Edge programme, The Boundaries Commission which is to be held from October 2 to 4 throughout Galway city and county.
The things we want to talk about this week are mostly the same as those of last week, because they keep re-occurring and they keep being interesting and demanding attention and discussion.
Galway Cycling Campaign has been awarded funds this week from Galway city and county councils for an ambitious, diverse and inclusive range of events for Bike Week 2020 which begins this Saturday 19 September and runs until Sunday 27 September.
This week is International Heart Valve Disease Awareness Week (September 14-20), and local heart and stroke charity Croi is highlighting the need for those over the age of 65 years to ask their doctor to listen to their heart with a stethoscope, at least once a year.
The artists and architects have been chosen for this year’s Architecture at the Edge programme, The Boundaries Commission which is to be held from October 2 to 4 throughout Galway city and county.
For any visitor to Dublin in the early 19th century, to miss seeing the great Daniel O’Connell would have made their visit almost worthless. William Makepeace Thackeray, on the threshold of becoming one of the greatest writers of the English language, spent three months touring Ireland in 1842 collecting his impressions of the ‘manners and the scenery’ of the country and its people, for his successful Irish Sketch Book published some years later. Back in Dublin at the conclusion of his tour he lost no time heading to the Mansion House to see the Liberator in person.*
Ireland is officially in recession. The CSO announced that GDP fell by just over six per cent in April, May, and June, the largest quarter on quarter fall ever recorded. This is also the second quarter in a row in which the Irish economy contracted which means we are now in a recession as a result of Covid-19.