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IPPM introduce range of technology based health and fitness products

Aoife Ni Eochaidh is a multi-award-winning chartered physiotherapist and clinical specialist women’s health or pelvic physiotherapist.

New vegetables to prepare, sow and harvest as spooky season imminently arrives

Spooky season is finally upon us and a new month means new vegetables to sow and plenty to harvest.

IPPM introduce range of technology based health and fitness products

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Aoife Ni Eochaidh is a multi-award-winning chartered physiotherapist and clinical specialist women’s health or pelvic physiotherapist.

New vegetables to sow and harvest as spooky season is imminent

Spooky season is finally upon us and a new month means new vegetables to sow and plenty to harvest.

Galwegians edge close encounter

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A competitive encounter from start to finish boiled down to a tale of two penalties in the opening All Ireland League fixture between Connacht rivals Galwegians and Ballina.

ConTempo - back on the road and ‘countywide’

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THE CONTEMPO Quartet are back on the road and keen as ever to collaborate with local groups, schools and festivals, and this month it seems they are doing just that.

Celebrating five years in business with a fresh approach

The pandemic has altered life as we know it, in some cases, for the better. Busy mum of four, Galway trainer, nutrition therapist, and women’s health expert Jess Keniston, has worked to make healthy living easier, whatever the restrictions.

From Boston to Lissywollen

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One spectator entering Lissywollen for Friday’s SSE Airtricity League first division encounter between Athlone Town and Galway United is travelling from Boston to watch the game.

August affords opportunities to sow and harvest new vegetables

A new month means new vegetables to sow and plenty to harvest.

Album review: Villagers

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FEVER DREAMS is expansive, ambitious, and cinematic in scope, fusing the many disparate strands of Conor J O’Brien’s music into one entity. It is also the oddest album of his career.

 

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