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Saturday Forum debate on Christmas

Tomorrow, Saturday December 19, the CRC 102.9 fm current affairs programme Saturday Forum will feature a debate on a side of Christmas which most of us, fortunately, never experience. To many people Christmas is a time of plenty, a time of joy and happiness, but there are others for whom Christmas is a time of great worry and stress, a time when concerns about money and the basic necessities of life come to the fore.

Let your creative side shine through this Christmas week

First and foremost congratulations to our Art Competition winner this year! It is refreshing each year to see an alternative front page to our newspaper - one that is devoid of bad news and instead brings a feeling of joy, goodwill and festive cheer.

Chronic pain affects one in three people, reveals NUI Galway study

NUI Galway researchers have described chronic pain as a “silent epidemic” in this country, having found that one in three people suffer from the condition.

Helping your child to overcome shyness

Parenting a shy child can be frustrating, baffling, and worrying for a parent. If you are shy yourself you will be acutely aware of how your child feels in a world full of seemingly confident people. If on the other hand you are not shy yourself, you will be baffled and often frustrated by your child's behaviour.

Kenny gets reassurance on Castlebar mental health services

Fine Gael leader Enda Kenny TD has received assurances from the HSE that specialist mental health services in Castlebar will be adequately met with supports in place to meet the social needs of those concerned. This follows the closure of the Psychiatric Day Centre which operated for many years at the Sacred Heart Hospital. The service provided there was specialist and of great personal importance to those who attended.

 

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