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Is quitting smoking something you’ve wanted to do for a while? Well, there’s never been a better time to give up.
Catch up with the great minds that you have been missing over the last few months. Afternoon tea is an indulgent treat that everyone should try. The Lough Rea Hotel and Spa is now serving afternoon tea in the beautiful surrounds of the Lir Lounge.
GOING GREEN, the latest exhibition from members of the Kinvara Area Visual Arts group will be going online this weekend.
GALWAY BAND French Ketamine release their new single, 'One Thing' on all streaming platforms on Thursday March 26.
The use of cocaine throughout Galway city and county is at epidemic levels according to a Galway clinical specialist in addiction.
The cocaine problem in Galway was described as a ‘blizzard’ at this week’s Joint Policing Committee — Speaking after the meeting General Election Candidate, Cllr. Ollie Crowe said the next government need to tackle the problem of drugs and crime in our community and slammed the outgoing government for their lax approach to law and order.
Green tea is a perfect adjunct to healing herbs. Although you would not be growing it in an Irish herb garden it can be introduced easily into our daily routine.
THE NATURE Of Things, the new exhibition from the Dutch artist Noor Poppers, will be opened this evening at The Courthouse, Kinvara, at 6.30pm by the actor, musician, and writer Little John Nee.
EARTH DAY, the annual event involving 193 countries demonstrating support for environmental protection, takes place on Monday April 22, and among the Galway events will be an exhibition in Kinvara.
There is evidence that omega 3 fatty acids supplementation might be helpful in cases of depression and anxiety. Studies report significant improvement in mood from omega 3 fatty acids supplementation when used alone or in conjunction with medication. Research has shown a link between the amount of fish people in different countries eat and the level of depression. In Japan, where people eat on average 70kg of fish a year, the rate of depression is 0.12 per cent. In New Zealand, where people eat only 18kg of fish a year, the rate of depression is almost 50 times higher.