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Willow Park Ladies reflect upon five successful playing years

The men’s senior teams representing Willow Park in both the Leinster Senior and Combined Counties Leagues have been very successful. Adding to the glory over the past five years have been the Ladies team who have won the League once and the Cup twice since their formation.

What are you going to bring with you into this strange new world?

There are many new faces on the small country roads where I run each morning. People I have never before encountered out discovering the wonder of the countryside, finding the delights that have surrounded them for decades but which they might have never noticed to this extent. How many people have rediscovered the wonder of exercise? Granted it is easy now at this time of the year with the sun shining and the birds belting their little hearts out from every branch... and with less traffic on the roads making it safer for children to discover the wonder of cycling.

Research shows that most home possessions in Ireland are pursued by household name banks not vulture funds

A major research report confirms, for the first time, that almost half of the mortgage possession cases listed before the courts are being pursued by “household name” banks, which are directly supervised by the European Central Bank.

Cannon welcomes move to bring Druid classics into people’s homes

An east Galway TD has welcomed the move by Druid Theatre to make some of its classic productions available for free for people at home.

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Sasha de Buyl, director of Cúirt

Lockdown views: Jacinta O Connor

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"As a mother of five boys, most of my time is already occupied but not having the usual school runs and strict routine has meant more time for those house projects that I usually ignore. Things likes decluttering wardrobes and finally giving the kitchen cabinets a deep clean.

Lockdown views: Lisa Regan

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"For me it is the lack of freedom of movement, which I never even considered before. Not being allowed to go and do things I want to do has been a challenge and a massive wake up call to just how lucky we all are living here in Galway.

A challenge that is alien to many of us

"Rodders, my son, this end of the world could be the making of us..." — Del Boy, Only Fools and Horses.

Little John Nee headlines new Druid Sessions gigs

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OLLIE JENNINGS' intimate Druid Sessions concert series, at The Mick Lally Theatre, returns in the summer with the first show headlined by the great Little John Nee on Friday June 12.

Old courses can still be relevant

Q: I have done dozens of courses over the years. Now that I am refreshing my CV, should I take most of them out? Who cares that 20 years ago I did a course managing people more effectively? The world of people management has changed beyond all recognition in the meantime. Should I hit ‘delete’ on that courses, and many others? (ED, email).


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