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ALONE expresses cocooning measures impact concerns

ALONE, the organisation which supports older people, has cautioned that current COVID-19 cocooning measures will have long term effects on the physical health and wellbeing of older people across the country.

Cocooning with my books

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Due to the suddenness of the lockdown in Ireland, I found myself suddenly cocooning at home with little or no contact with the bookshop.

Taking new opportunities in times of crisis

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By Pat Doyle, CEO of Peter McVerry Trust

Beautiful Renmore property on the market

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John Quinn Auctioneers are instructed to offer for sale No 71, Dun Na Mara Drive, Renmore. John Quinn describes the property as a top-class three bed, semi-detached residence situated in Galway’s premier residential area at Dun Na Mara Drive, Renmore.

Importance of cocooning noted for cardiovascular patients

The Irish Heart Foundation today urged people living with chronic heart disease not to let their guard down as lockdown restrictions are eased after Department of Health data showed they accounted for half of Covid-19 admissions to ICUs.

What Do You Mean You Haven't Read...?

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Leo Moran, singer-songwriter

Need for new approach to long-term care welcomed

Sage Advocacy has welcomed statements from Minister for Health, Simon Harris in relation to the long-term care model in the nursing home sector. Sage Advocacy is a support and advocacy service for vulnerable adults, older people and healthcare patients.

Tide lines play Róisín Dubh in November

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TIDE LINES are the coming force in Scottish music. In 2019 they won The Rising Sound Of Scotland title at the Scottish Music Awards, and in March performed to 67,000 people at Edinburgh’s Murrayfield stadium ahead of Scotland's victory over France in the Six Nations.

Parents would not return children to school until September, Ireland’s leading website for the ups and downs of pregnancy, parenting and family life has compiled data from a sample of more than 1,500 of their 400,000 Irish readers to reveal relevant attitudes towards children returning to school should they reopen in May as part of the reduction in restrictive measures around COVID-19.

For an authentic taste of America, try Scotty’s burgers and wings!

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There have been many changes in the Galway food scene over the last 30 years but one constant that has remained is the first-class quality food and outstanding customer service provided by Scotty’s located on the Headford Road in Terryland. Since opening their doors in early 1991, husband and wife team, Scotty and Jennifer Ishmael, have been pleasing the palates of locals, students, and tourists alike with their mouth-watering burgers and sumptuous wings.


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