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Dominick Street lost one of its longest residents when businesswoman Carmel Flaherty passed away recently. Her sudden death was a great shock to her neighbours and friends on the street and she will be greatly missed by them.
Mayo Mental Health Fair (MMHF) recently held a hugely successful Mental Health awareness-raising event in The Ballina Arts Centre.
In December, Network Ireland Mayo held its AGM in Breaffy House Resort, which was followed by a drinks reception and dinner in the Mulberry restaurant.
The belief of the abduction of humans into the fairy world is a common theme in our Irish folklore tradition, as it is in most fairy beliefs throughout Europe. Pre baptised children and young brides are often common targets. Parents may be shocked when they first see that their infant child has been replaced by ‘a wizened fairy’, and quickly realise that the child is a changeling. Although these events are shrouded in mystery, there was often a satisfactory explanation, allowing us to understand the occurrence in human terms.
Miriam Concannon from JFC Agri has been named winner of the Anna May McHugh Female Leadership Award at the Enterprise Ireland Innovation Arena at the National Ploughing Championships 2018.
When you look back at the recent history of Galway, and when I say recent, I mean the last forty or fifty years, you see that the progression of the city is built around a group of individuals in all spheres, political, cultural, musical and otherwise, who somehow contributed to this conviction of Galway as being a place apart.
Well, there is so much to talk about this week both at home and abroad, so let’s begin with abroad.
Network Mayo and Digital Marketing in Mayo (DMiMayo) are delighted to be joining forces for what promises to be an engaging event entitled “Effective Time Management in Social Media” which takes place tomorrow evening Tuesday next, September 27.