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Health Insurance

I am 33 years old and I do not have private health insurance. I simply never bothered as I felt I would not need it until I am much older. I understand that if I take out private health insurance when I am older it will be much more expensive for me. Is this true? Please explain it to me.

Connacht prepare for Ulster reprisal on Stephen's Day

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Connacht are back on the road this St Stephen's Day preparing for a backlash from Dan McFarland's Ulster at Kingspan Stadium (5.15pm).

The sportling life of 2021

The Galway Camogie team received 12 nominations for this year’s All Stars. Congrats to Sarah Healy, Shauna Healy, Sarah Dervan, Dervla Higgins, Caitriona Cormican, Siobhán Gardiner, Emma Helebert, Niamh Kilkenny, Aoife Donohue, Siobhán McGrath, Orlaith McGrath, and Ailish O’Reilly. And the Galway manager Cathal Murray has been named the Manager of the Year. A mighty year’s work.

Mind your mental health over the festive period

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, or so the song says - but for many, Christmas can be tough for a number of reasons.

Government must address assessment of needs waiting list - Deputy Clarke

Local Sinn Féin Deputy, Sorca Clarke, has called on the Government to urgently address the backlog for assessment of needs after it was confirmed that a backlog of approximately 4000 has developed.

Centurion Sexton deserves worthy sporting recognition as Leaving Certificate reform imminent

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Connacht set new standard for the season

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Under pressure with just one win from four, and having given up Sportsground home advantage, Andy Friend's Connacht delivered its most dominant performance this season, winning 36-11 at the Aviva Stadium.

Trouble brewing in Europe

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Connacht set new standard for the season

Under pressure with just one win from four, and having given up Sportsground home advantage, Andy Friend's Connacht delivered its most dominant performance this season, winning 36-11 at the Aviva Stadium.

Lethargic opening quarter proves crucial as Buccs suffer Ballymena league loss

BALLYMENA 29 BUCCANEERS 22

 

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