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It is the most competitive seven days of the summer racing season and a number of local trainers will head to Ballybrit with some realistic chances next week.
The stigma surrounding mental health difficulties must be urgently addressed if people are to seek the help they need to get better, according to the chief executive of St Patrick’s mental health services in Dublin.
As thousands of students around the country get ready to sit the Leaving and Junior Cert Exams experts at St Patrick’s University Hospital warns parents to be mindful of their children’s anxiety at exam time.
The third annual Coast to Coast cycle from Galway to Dublin from Friday to Sunday in aid of St Patrick’s Hospital Foundation aims to raise vital funds to provide greater access to mental healthcare nationwide.
See Change in association with Mayo County Community Forum will host a public meeting about mental health stigma, and what can be done to reduce it, in the TF Royal Hotel, Castlebar, on Monday November 29 at 8pm.
The greatest party anywhere in the eurozone is almost upon us and whether one deals in euros, sterling, dollars, or the Japanese yen all roads will lead to Ballybrit on Monday next as the seven-day marathon that is the Galway Race Week Festival gets under way shortly after five o clock. With more than fifty races on the menu punters will need to tread carefully through a minefield of tough maximum field handicaps and conditions contests under both Flat and National Hunt rules and with margins tight in all walks of life selective punting is advised.
IDENTITY PARADE, the indie rock five-piece, described by Stiff Records founder Dave Robinson - who discovered Elvis Costello and Ian Dury - as having “a very impressive sound”, play Gigantic at Kelly’s, Bridge Street, on Saturday April 10 at 9pm.
Craughwell jockey Alain Cawley was celebrating the biggest win of his racing career when he steered Joncol home to claim the Hennessy Gold Cup at Leopardstown at the weekend.
Rape victim Lavinia Kerwick has settled her combined libel, privacy and personal injury proceedings case against the Sunday World newspaper out of court.