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Slimming World’s research, with its 1.1 million members, highlights that being part of a group is key to slimming success.
A weight has been lifted for slimmers from Athlone and Ballinasloe as Slimming World consultants plan a return to face-to-face meetings in various local venues similar to pre-pandemic times.
The Green Party brought a bill to the Seanad on Tuesday seeking to amend planning and development regulations to remove planning restrictions and allow the installation of solar panels on public buildings, including schools, without planning permission.
Despite the HSE announcing a partial easing of restrictions on maternity care, “conflicting messages” still abound, with hospitals defining what “being in labour” means differently.
As we approach the midpoint of 2021, and with the summer Dáil recess approaching, now is a good time to take stock of the political year to date.
Eleven schools across Galway city and county have been selected for inclusion in the first round of the Safe Routes to School programme to support walking and cycling infrastructure for school goers.
New legislation to create a ‘circular economy’ is coming, involving a “radical change” to production and consumption, limiting single use products and clamping down on littering and dumping,
The treatment of the Travelling community in Galway is “shocking” and is one of the “great shames” of the city.
A total of 64 per cent of women initiate breastfeeding when they enter hospital, but only 37 per cent leave hospital breastfeeding.
Women’s need for flexible working arrangements must be seen as ‘reality’, not ‘weakness’ by employers, says O’Reilly
Women working in low paid jobs in Ireland are likely to earn 14 per cent less than men doing the same work, but one Galway senator is hopeful this situation can begin to be changed.