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Sláintecare Healthy Communities to host new stop smoking information day
National No Smoking Day is Wednesday, February 22 and to highlight all the programmes and supports available to help people stop smoking there will be an information stand in the Primary Care Centre, Athlone N37 P8P8 from 10am-4pm on the day.
Workshop on loss and grief
A workshop on loss and grief, which will take place in the city on Saturday February 25, will acknowledge that grief is not a straightforward process.
Mayor ‘demoralised’ by ‘ridiculous’ planning refusals
Galway City Council may soon have to make hard decisions and look at increasing the heights of buildings in order to facilitate the growth and housing need of the city, this week’s meeting was told at The Ardilaun Hotel.
Overcoming trauma of childhood cancer diagnosis
A Galway based senior clinical psychologist will speak next month at a west of Ireland workshop aimed at helping parents overcome the trauma of a childhood cancer diagnosis.
Irish businesses more optimistic about outlook than EU counterparts
BY DECLAN VARLEY
Modern matchmaker helps love to grow in all the right places
Jennifer Haskins, the founder of successful dating agency, Two's Company, has helped thousands of people to find love, appreciation and partnership since its creation in 2008.
Art installation giving voice to local women who experience domestic abuse set to tour the county
A new art installation, commissioned by Cope Galway Domestic Abuse Service to mark its 40th anniversary, is currently on the move to different parts of the county where the local charity provides outreach one-to-one sessions to women.
University of Galway launches Empathy Lab
University of Galway’s student innovation hub, IdeasLab, has officially launched their Empathy Lab, a physical and virtual learning environment in the heart of campus.
Women and older sea swimmers susceptible to pulmonary condition, report reveals
Women and older sea swimmers are more likely to suffer from a condition called pulmonary oedema which causes fluid on the lungs, according to authors of a new study, which revealed that the condition has been reported in 1 to 2% of open-water swimmers.
Older women are a substantial group seeking support from Galway-based Domestic Violence Response
Domestic Violence Response (DVR) is a Galway City and County based service that provides information services, telephone and counselling support, advocacy support and accompaniment and educational programmes to women impacted by domestic abuse. DVR also provides a range of educational training and awareness programmes to organisations, third level colleges, community groups, secondary schools.