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A new alcohol awareness campaign in Mayo is to target primary schoolchildren and their parents in the first programme of its kind in the country.
A unique Mayo Junior Certificate Results Night Group (MJCRNG), the only one of its kind in the country, is helping to keep teenagers safer when they head out to celebrate their Junior Certificate results.
A new group to support families dealing with drug and alcohol abuse has been set-up in Mayo.
Former Irish international rugby manager Eddie O’Sullivan and Sunday Game analyst Kevin McStay will lead out a strong team of sports men and women at a special seminar to explore what it takes to succeed in sport in today’s world where injuries, heartache, losses, and set-backs have to be overcome and where the lure of an easier life is never too far away.
The Western Region Drugs Task Force in conjunction with An Garda Síochána has launched a campaign encouraging people to stay safe on party nights out.
Parents are key to ensuring that Junior Certificate celebrations next week to mark the end of exams are not marred by misuse of alcohol, according to a special group set up to reduce the overall harm caused by alcohol during Junior Cert nights out.
The Western Region Drugs Task Force has joined forces with the Road Safety Authority and An Garda Síochána to put out a warning to drivers this Christmas to stay off the roads if they are under the influence of either drugs or alcohol.
Some 200 people attended the Achieving Success in Sport seminar which was held in Breaffy House Hotel in Castlebar.
Some 200 people attended the Achieving Success in Sport seminar which was held in Breaffy House Hotel in Castlebar last Thursday night.