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Wild Atlantic Words literary festival postponed

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This year’s Wild Atlantic Words literary festival has been postponed, due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Let us come out of this better people

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I remember six years ago last month, for days and nights on end, tubed-up and staring at the ceiling of an isolation room in HDU, wondering if the suspended tiles there would move sufficiently to allow my soul through, just as they surely had let many before me. And when all you can focus on is a matrix of plastic tiles in a room normally reserved for those on the verge of checking out from life, your mind wanders to regret.

Decadent returns with Marina Carr's The Mai

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AFTER 17 years together, Robert, husband of a teacher known as The Mai, leaves her. Her response is to decorate a dream house in the hope he will one day return. Four years later, he does.

Sixth class, The Mercy, 1948

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One hundred and eighty years ago, the Sisters of Mercy came to Galway for the first time, to a house in Lombard Street, to devote themselves to works of mercy among the poor. The great Catherine McAuley was one of the first three nuns to come here, the others being Mother M Teresa White and Mother N Catherine Leahy.

IAM Sold Property Auction – a successful year

As the year is nearing its end, IAM Sold Property Auction wishes all its clients a happy Christmas and prosperous New Year as the team review the year of auctions for 2019.

Corofin and Killannin to meet in junior decider

This year’s county junior A final, which precedes the intermediate final replay on Saturday, sees the meeting of Corofin and Killannin in Pearse Stadium, throw-in 1.45pm.

Let your genes personalise your healthcare

In recent years it has become clear that our genetic make-up has a strong influence on body weight and how we respond to different foods and forms of exercise. With scientific advances, we are now able to use the information in our DNA to predict which diets, lifestyle choices, and exercise work best for each individual person.

Kiltiernan flood relief scheme nearing end

After two years, the Kiltiernan to Ballinderreen Flood Relief Scheme is almost complete, leading to what one TD called “a sense of relief in the community”.

Let your genes personalise your healthcare

In recent years it has become clear that our genetic make-up has a strong influence on body weight and how we respond to different foods and forms of exercise. With scientific advances, we are now able to use the information in our DNA to predict which diets, lifestyle choices, and exercise work best for each individual person.

On the the long road again

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For the second successive year a scent of controversy has followed Mayo into a qualifier game.

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