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Ombudsman to talk at Callan school

Following the successful visit to Callan from Dragon's Den celebrity Sarah Newman recently, The St Brigid’s College talk series continues with an exciting new guest this month.

Why are the initials of James Joyce missing from Coole’s famous tree?

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What would have happened to James Joyce had he come to the relative comforts of Coole, instead of opting for hardship and exile and the life of a wandering artist in Europe?

Kilkenny man appointed as financial controller of Candidate Manager

Candidate Manager, a leading global provider of web-based recruitment software solutions has appointed Nigel Bolger as Financial Controller.

Nutritional therapy at the Westport Clinic

Colleen Fitzpatrick is a nutritional therapist practising from Westport Clinic on High Street in the town which provides a range of holistic therapies. Colleen Fitzpatrick trained at The Institute of Nutrition & Health, Bray, Co Wicklow, and graduated with a distinction in nutritional therapy. She is a member of the British Association of Nutritional Therapists. Fitzpatrick also studied psychology for six years and holds a master’s degree from University College Dublin.

Kilkenny men do their own Tour de France for Irish Hospice Foundation

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Two Kilkenny men, Martin O’Neill and Sean Breathnach joined a group of 40 feisty fundraisers taking part in a mammoth challenge — the Kingspan Irish Hospice Foundation (IHF) Cycle Challenge which sees them do their own personal Tour de France.

Food and feelings: what’s eating you?

What does kindness have to do with weight loss? For most people, absolutely nothing. Instead, discipline and motivation are seen as important for following a rigid diet and getting into shape. When we slip again we blame and criticise ourselves for our lack of discipline, and turn to our favourite food for consolation. We torture ourselves over a number on a scale or a size on a dress when we’d be better off putting our energy into understanding our real selves. Our struggles with food cause tremendous stress, guilt, shame, and self-loathing. We’ve internalised a feeling of powerlessness and each time we try and fail, we subject ourselves to more of the same miserable feelings.

Blooming in Mullingar - a celebration of the James Joyce connection

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This year Mullingar will host a number of events on Bloomsday, Wednesday June 16 to celebrate its connections to the famous author of Ulysses, James Joyce.

Kilkennyman makes Irish volleyball squad

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The panel for the Irish senior men's volleyball squad to travel to Andorra next month has been announced.

Learn how to help students cope with exams

Parents can learn how to help their children in the run up to the Junior and Leaving Certificate exams by attending a special lecture on the subject to be held next month.

Taking advantage of Olympics and Volvo race among priorities for new Chamber president in west

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Taking advantage of the spin-off from the London Olympic Games of 2012 and next year’s Volvo Ocean Race should be uppermost in the minds of Galway businesses, according to the newly-elected president of Galway Chamber.


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