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Active Over 50s Show returns to Galway

A free event, specifically aimed at the interests and concerns of seniors, is shortly returning to Galway. Called The Active Over 50s Show, it is described by the organisers as “the ultimate lifestyle event for the west’s seniors”.

Top natural health speakers for Galway talk

Evergreen is bringing two of the UK’s top natural health experts to speak at a special one-day event in Galway this March. Dr Marilyn Glenville and Patrick Holford will share the most up-to-date evidence-based nutritional solutions on how to gain more energy and improve health in the stressful lives we live.

Help make Catriona O’Brien’s dreams a reality

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Catriona O’Brien, known as Tee to her friends, was recently diagnosed with a rare, incurable, muscle-wasting illness, motor neurone disease, that is slowly robbing her independence and ability to walk, speak, and even breathe.

Taylor’s Hill property to go under hammer this month

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DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard will hold its July auctions on Thursday July 24, and one keenly watched property at the event will be Langrenus, an imposing property directly opposite the Dominican secondary school on Taylor’s Hill.

DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard expecting a busy auction day tomorrow

Leading property expert DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard is expecting a large turnout at its May auction tomorrow, with the usual mix of both residential and commercial properties appealing to a broad spectrum of interested buyers.

Drama workshop for teens

A DRAMA workshop for teenagers takes place in the Foróige youth café, Fairgreen, opposite the Bus Station and The Radisson Blu hotel.

AIB ‘Build a Bank Challenge’ regional winners announced

St Mary’s Secondary School, Ballina, has been named customer loyalty winner in the regional final of the AIB Build a Bank Challenge, while Rice College, Westport, took the teamwork award.

Andy McKee The art of Motion on Guitar

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SOME ARE born with an abundance of talent but never fully realise their potential, letting their gifts go to waste. Others have more modest abilities but strive hard, and by their efforts, make the very most of them.

Turn your overseas property into cash

Many thousands of Irish people bought overseas properties over the last 10 years, and some are now suffering losses due to the collapse in property prices and the economic recession across Europe. An increasing number of second-hand holiday properties throughout Europe are now coming back on the market as the overseas owners realise that they can no longer afford to pay second mortgages in the uncertain times we are now living in.

Turn your overseas property into cash

Many thousands of Irish people bought overseas properties over the last 10 years, and some are now suffering losses due to the collapse in property prices and the economic recession across Europe. An increasing number of second-hand holiday properties throughout Europe are now coming back on the market as the overseas owners realise that they can no longer afford to pay second mortgages in the uncertain times we are now living in.

 

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