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After all the counting was said and done in the local elections, just like five years ago, the Independent councillors elected now hold the balance of power in the council chamber.
It is fair to say that this winter has not been that bad. Yes, it has been cold and wet but we do live in Galway, so rain and wind is par for the course.
The world of health and medicine is forever-evolving, how can we stay up to date with research and do we know what the future holds?
Let us begin this week’s column by talking about the marvellous weekend of sports we had here.
The Mayo senior hurlers retained their place in the Christy Ring Cup for 2018 thanks to a ten point win over Roscommon in Carrick-on-Shannon on Saturday night. Mayo’s victory was spearheaded by ace marksman Kenny Feeney who finished up with eleven points over the 70 minutes. Having been relegated to the third tier of the championship by their opponents two years ago, this victory will have been all the sweeter for JP Coen’s men.
It’s that time of year again, the festive season filled with celebrations, gifts, food, and alcohol! It has been shown that in Ireland, our alcohol consumption increases by up to 114 per cent in the lead-up to Christmas, which may be partially to blame for that sore head and the extra weight gain during the season. Party food and a glass or two of wine may be difficult to turn down over the next few weeks, so here are a few tips to keep the damage to your waistline to a limit.
The management at Just Baked are delighted to have opened a new business in Athlone. The award-winning bakery is centrally located at Unit 6 Irishtown Central, across from Dunnes Strores.
It’s the fine margins that win games at the top level and big calls have to be made, for Mayo the fine margins are once again something they fell just short of in Croke Park on Saturday night. The big call made by the management also didn’t work out for them in the end, but there wasn’t an ounce of effort not put into trying to bridge that small gap. Just like 20 years ago, there was point just in it at the end and a penalty for the opposition helped them along the way.
For those looking to build their skills this autumn, the digital marketing diploma from Irish Times Training provides a savvy option. Delivered between 6pm and 9pm, each Thursday for 12 weeks, students will learn all the best practices of building and driving a business online.