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Ireland West Airport has welcomed the announcement by Ryanair of two new services to Edinburgh and Manchester to commence in September 2021. Both services will initially operate twice weekly and operate on a year round basis.
Usually at this time of year many of us want to adopt new healthy habits, or stop unhealthy habits, and begin the new year with a general focus on upgrading ourselves. This year we start with an unprecedented challenge - to maintain our physical and mental health in the face of spiralling Covid cases.
To support and encourage wildlife in the garden in February is of vital importance. It is important to keep bird feeders topped up and to leave out water and food for animals emerging from hibernation if you know you have such callers to your garden. Hedgehogs in particular benefit from this act of kindness. If you have nest boxes in your garden, now is a good time to give them a clean with boiling water before any bird comes to your garden seeking a new nesting place for their young.
UCC has one of the most beautiful university campuses in Ireland. In this article, Head Gardener of UCC, Jack Murphy gives some gardening tips for the month of February.
The so-called ‘Spanish Flu’ of 1918/19 came in three phases, leading to the false hope that as each phase appeared to be on the wane, it only returned with a vengeance, creating misery and fear throughout the country.
Two words which are certainly prominent among business owners at the present time are ‘clarity’ and ‘positivity’.
The Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) has released the official 211 new vehicle registration figures for January.
The new year started with the good news from the FAI that SSE Airtricity would be the new title sponsor of the women’s national league.
Digital Business Ireland, the leading digital, ecommerce and online business representative body, has called for the Government to re-introduce click and collect services for the retail industry.
A weight has been lifted for slimmers in Galway city and county as they are an incredible 142 stone 6lb lighter since the beginning of the year. They refused to let lockdown stop their slimdown and they have lost weight while eating delicious, satisfying, family-friendly, meals. Slimming World’s flexible healthy eating plan, Food Optimising, makes losing weight easy and enjoyable. There is no calorie counting and no tiny portions — just healthy, everyday, foods that can be found at the supermarket.