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NUI Galway to host conference for public and patient involvement in research

NUI Galway is inviting the public, patients, carers, and the wider research community to attend the Sixth National Public and Patient Involvement in Research Conference on Wednesday, 28 April. The Conference will be an online event, running from 10am-1.45pm.

Special offer from the Herbal Study Academy

The Herbal Study Academy currently has a special offer - order the academy's foundation herbal medicine course and get the colour therapy course and healing course for free.

Special Christmas ‘buy one get two free’ offer for limited time at the Herbal Study Academy

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The Herbal Study Academy has a special offer just in time for Christmas - order the academy's foundation herbal medicine course and get the colour therapy course and healing course for free.

SILVER LINING FOUND IN BATTLE WITH SUPERBUGS!

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Looking back in history, colloidal silver was the number one remedy to stop the spread of viruses. Colloidal silver is claimed to be anti-viral, anti-fungal and a great infection fighter.

Frequency therapy arrives in Ireland

Frequency therapy is an approach to healing that differs from conventional medicine. It is free from side-effects and, in fact, all that is involved in the therapy is that the client lies on a special mat for a period of 15 minutes.

FREQUENCY RELAXATION THERAPY ARRIVES IN IRELAND

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Frequency Relaxation Therapy is an approach to healing that differs from conventional medicine. It is free from side-effects and, in fact, all that is involved in the therapy is that the client lies on a special mat for a period of 15 minutes.

Introducing The Hardiman — iconic hotel announces rebrand

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One of Galway’s most iconic hotels has been renamed — with the former Hotel Meyrick to be now known as The Hardiman — a member of the Choice Hotel Group.

Cooke by name cook by nature at Hotel Meyrick

The luxury four-star Hotel Meyrick has announced the appointment of local chef Ultan Cooke to the role of head chef.

Cooke by name, cook by nature

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The luxury four-star Hotel Meyrick has announced the appointment of Ultan Cooke to the role of head chef. With a background of Michellin star dining and high end brasserie, Ultan Cooke hails from Galway and studied at the National University of Ireland, Galway. He started his culinary training in Galway. He later moved to London where he worked for John Torode's Smiths of Smithfield, rising to head chef. He worked at Aniar in the period 2013-2015 where he was awarded a Michelin star.

Glamour and style wins the day at Hotel Meyrick

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Paula Gannon from Athlone was the winner of the coveted title of Hotel Meyrick Galway’s Most Stylish Lady Competition.

 

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