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Chair yoga for older adults

Lloyd Loom furniture expressing an air of elegance and comfort

If the sight of Lloyd Loom brings to mind perfectly mown lawns and tea on the terrace, you are not alone.

Focus turns to eHealth for NUIG health promotion conference

This year’s online conference - Health Promotion through eHealth: Challenges and Opportunities - is open to all, and takes place from 9am to 4pm today.

Two Do’s and Three Don’ts to Keep Your Back Healthy

We all know it’s important to maintain good back health by doing things that help strengthen it and avoid the things that cause harm - this is just common sense.

Galway City pub owners demand Government provide clarity on outdoor dining

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The Galway city branch of the Vintners Federation is calling on the State to provide clarity regarding the consumption of alcohol in outdoor dining spaces.

The pandemic is not over, but housing is once again taking centre stage

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As we approach the midpoint of 2021, and with the summer Dáil recess approaching, now is a good time to take stock of the political year to date.

Commemoration for old IRA volunteer William Freeney

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Athenry Sinn Féin will hold a commemoration on Sunday June 27 at 3pm in Teampall Geal Cemetery, Derrydonnell to mark the 100th anniversary of the death of IRA captain William Freeney.

Thirty four local community groups benefit from Oweninny Community Benefit Fund allocations

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Mayo County Council and Oweninny Power Designated Activity Company are pleased to announce the allocation of approximately €162,400 to local community groups from North Mayo.

Mayo County Council Briefs

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The June meeting of Mayo County Conucil took place this week, catch up with what was being discussed by the councillors. 

Emergency action at Lough Funshinagh to address ongoing flood water issues

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Local Fine Gael Senator, Aisling Dolan and Minister of State for the Office of Public Works (OPW), visited the shores of Lough Funshinagh in recent times to witness the ongoing works being undertaken to enhance water level control at the location.

 

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