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Residents in Doughiska and Roscam have set up a What’s App Group of volunteers to be help get groceries or prescriptions to elderly and/or vulnerable people in the community.
From the folks who brought you the fun and energetic show Comedy Bingo, Steven Sharpe and Steve Bennett bring you the ultimate night of fun, mischief and doubled over laughing at The Skeff Late Bar. Join them on Wednesday 5th or Thursday 6th of February for the ultimate, non-cringe single’s night out. They are encouraging people who are fed up of swiping on Tinder and want an excuse to get out there for a great night out, with the chance to meet someone you fancy.
We live in a fast-changing world. The pace of this change seems to be increasing all the time. Technology is the main driver of this, in particular, phone technology.
A study carried out by the J.E. Cairnes School of Business & Economics at NUI Galway has examined the problem of social media overload, which is the feeling of being overwhelmed and exhausted by the amount of communication and information demands a person is exposed to through social media channels, that may require energy and cognitive processing beyond their capabilities.
SOCIAL MEDIA can be about connection and interaction. It can also be a massive distraction, causing people too ignore the world around them, and neglect those closest to them.
Galway-based social start-up Hashtag Media are set for an LA launch, with the help of Enterprise Ireland.
A new specialist social media agency, Food Social, working exclusively with the food and hospitality industry has just been launched in Galway.
Whisper it quietly but it seems that the weather is taking a turn for the better with the sun showing its glowing face and temperatures hitting doubles figures.
IF YOU and the children are around Eyre Square during the Galway International Arts Festival, you might happen to notice a series of tiny doorways on the trees around the square - they mark the places where fairies live.