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Ok, so you’re losing an hour in bed this weekend, but sure if you didn’t know about it, you’d probably stay up late anyway wasting an hour doing things and eating things you shouldn’t. But how about challenging yourself to give up an hour or so and get back something much greater in return.
Senator Lorraine Higgins is inviting women to join her in celebrating International Women’s Day 2015 from 12pm to 2pm in the Harbour Hotel, Galway city on Saturday March 7 twith other local women to mark their achievements in their chosen field.
Knowing the signs and symptoms of meningitis is more important than ever during the winter months as cases tend to peak at this time of the year, according to ACT for Meningitis, the Irish charity for meningitis awareness and support.
The first vaccine which protects against meningitis B should be included in the national immunisation programme, a leading meningitis organisation said this week.
A Galway based national meningitis charity says the biggest barrier it has faced since it was set up three years ago is overcoming myths and misinformation about the condition.
A novel Guinness record attempt will be made in Galway this summer in aid of five Galway charities.
A 46-year-old city man undergoing treatment in the United States for a condition he contracted abroad is to benefit from a major fundraiser being held tonight (Thursday) at 8.30pm at Crowe’s Bar in Bohermore.
With the professional help of Sean Rowland of MusicMaster.ie, Junior Chamber International Galway (JCI Galway) and ACT for Meningitis are hosting a night of variety entertainment which will take place on Friday September 20 2013 at 8pm at the Galway Bay Hotel.
Entering its third year, the popular Renville Park 5K - held in association with Level One Serviced Office Space - will take place on Wednesday July 24 at 8pm in Renville Park, Oranmore. Proceeds from the event are going to local charity ACT for Meningitis which aims to raise awareness of meningitis while also supporting families and individuals affected.
Four-year-old Aoibhe Carroll loved to go shopping with her mum, Siobhan. She adored clothes and would change her outfit twice a day. After returning home from a shopping trip she would sneak up the stairs with her bulging shopping bags hoping her dad would not notice.