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New research being conducted by NUI Galway’s School of Psychology will explore how childhood experiences affect adult wellbeing during the Covid-19 pandemic, and what helps people cope in the current climate.
The road safety office in Mayo County Council continues its campaign towards road safety this weekend by conveying a special Valentine's Day message to road users.
A number of elected members expressed their dismay at a presentation provided to them by a representative from telecommunications company Eir - at their February meeting which took place this week.
Curiosity (the shop) in Westport kept the good side out during the trying times of 2020 to still raise funds for a number of local groups and charities, despite their doors being closed for long periods.
They say that patience is the ability to idle your motor, while in reality you feel like stripping your gears and throwing it all overboard.
One of the best things that you can do for 2021 is to stop smoking. Avail of the new QUIT service and this can become a reality. With the help of a Stop Smoking Advisor, you will get free expert support throughout your journey to become an ex-smoker as well as advice on stop smoking medications that help relieve withdrawal symptoms. This new service is provided by the HSE Health Promotion & Improvement team.
Sally worked as a staff nurse in a busy hospital. She often felt tearful and anxious and struggled through her shifts. She was frustrated and angry about not being able to offer more help to her patients and their families but time constraints and a heavy workload prevented her from doing this.
As far as I can make out we’ve only had one bank holiday since New Year’s Day without a lockdown in place. History will judge whether the damage caused was justified, but for now one thing at least is certain: damage is being done. This week I’d like to encourage you, if you possibly can, to let nature help you undo at least some of that damage; or if that’s not possible, to help you cope with it and give you hope for the future.
Tributes have been afforded to Sr Bernard Lynch who died following a single vehicle traffic accident which occurred on John Broderick Street in the centre of Athlone on Monday afternoon.
IT BEGINS with a reversal of linear time - with a sunset, and sees the encroaching darkness, not as forbidding, but as a moment to take stock and be glad of what has been, and what is.