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THE OPACAS, the Galway/Leeds ‘virtual band’ who kept spirits up during the lockdowns with their songs and videos, have released a new collaboration with Connemara based artist Aoife Dowd.
Following consultation with the Health Service Executive, Irish Water and Galway City Council are issuing a Boil Water Notice with immediate effect to protect the health of consumers supplied by the Galway City West Public Water Supply in the areas of Barna Village, Truskey West and Truskey East, Barr Aille, Fermoyle, Ballard and along the Connemara Coast Road as far as Furbo, and on the Barna/Galway Road as far as Silverstrand.
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In a bid to improve accessibility of public spaces across the county, newly formed Access for All Mayo Group (AFAM) is appealing to members of the Mayo community to join forces with the group to create a strong voice which will highlight the problems encountered in the area and effect change.
The fallout from Mayo's disappointing All-Ireland final loss to Tyrone has gained much unnecessary momentum with news/rumours breaking daily of rifts, upheaval and resignations from James Horan's back room team.
Screwfix, the multichannel retailer, is set to have a total of 29 stores open in Ireland by the end of 2021.
The Jack & Jill Children’s Foundation is urging the people of Westmeath to go Up the Hill for Jack & Jill this October and climb a hill in solidarity with the 10 families it supports within the county who have an uphill challenge in caring for their very sick child every day.
Positive Ageing Week is all about shining a light on people in older age who are active, engaged, enthusiastic, healthy, and who are making a big difference in the lives of our families, neighbourhoods and communities. Speaking at the launch of COPE Galway’s annual report, Dr Mike Ryan of the WHO spoke passionately about “the wisdom, and the generosity, the value and the central role that older persons play in our society” and he advocated that older persons need to be seen more for the contribution they make.
Building on last year’s successful sea-swimming fundraising challenge organised by students from NUI Galway for our services, the team at Helplink is to hold a national, month-long sea swimming fundraiser challenge called Coldtober.
Empower, the women’s entrepreneurship programme, which is run by the GMIT iHubs, is now accepting applications for the next EMPOWER START programme.