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Choosing subjects for senior cycle

There are lots of factors to consider when choosing your subjects for senior cycle, so it is extremely important to do your research and make informed decisions. Choosing subjects for Leaving Certificate is crucial to ensuring you achieve the best result you can in your Leaving Certificate.

16 year old Self...

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Claregalway-native Caoilinn Hughes is author The Wild Laughter (2020) which was shortlisted for the An Post Irish Book Awards’ Novel of the Year and the RTÉ Radio 1 Listener’s Choice Award 2020. Her first novel Orchid & the Wasp won the Collyer Bristow Prize 2019 and was a finalist for four other prizes. Her short stories have been awarded The Moth Short Story Prize, an O.Henry Prize and the Irish Book Awards’ Story of the Year 2020. She is the 2021 Writer Fellow at Trinity College Dublin.

Westmeath residential property premiums continue to escalate

Residential property premiums in Westmeath are presently five percent higher than a year previously as 2020 draws to its conclusion, the results of a recent report by the online property website,, has revealed.

Artists announced for new public art commission

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Mayo County Council’s Arts Service has announced the successful artists for the public art commission: Navigating a Future.

Support your immunity this winter with new vitamin D supplements from Irish company SOMEGA

When it comes to staying healthy, a balanced diet, exercise, and sleep are key. As we find ourselves in a winter like no other, it is more important than ever to support our immunity and in turn, give ourselves peace of mind and a mental boost. Vitamins, particularly vitamins C and D play a vital role in maintaining a healthy immune system all year around.

Average property rents continue to escalate in Westmeath

Average monthly rental premiums within County Westmeath were on average 4.9 percent higher in the third quarter of 2020 than a year previously, with the average charge for renting a residential property now €1,048, up 99 percent from its lowest point, according to the latest Housing Market Report which was released in recent times.

‘A cursory glance at his career gives us some sense of his stardom’

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HE WAS Ireland’s first literary celebrity; he moved in exciting political and artistic circles; he was a best selling writer; a political satirist; a biographer, and above all a celebrated lyricist, admired by Hector Berlioz.

Most homeless households headed by women, Galway Simon report launch is told

Up to two thirds of family households affected by homelessness are headed by women, the launch of the Galway Simon Community annual report was told this week.

No fall in student rents amid ongoing shortage of supply

Rents to be paid by students over the coming academic year are largely unchanged from a year ago, according to the Student Housing Report which was recently released.

Amsterdam wasn’t built in a day - lessons for Galway from Dutch bike culture

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The Dutch Ambassador to Ireland will be one of the guest speakers at a lunchtime webinar on Thursday from 1pm to 2pm organised by Galway Cycling Campaign.


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