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A city businesswoman, a rural GP and the former president of the Volvo Ocean Race finale are among the non-executive directors of the Board of the Galway and Roscommon University Hospitals Group.
Bee Green in Belmullet, Castlebar, Westport and Briarhill, Galway offers a unique drycleaning service. Having your garments cared for by Bee Green ensures that no toxic chemicals are used in cleaning therefore it is better for your health and the environment we all share.
Bee Green started a laundry business in 1999 in Westport and became agent for a dry cleaning company to offer an extra service to its customers. It added to its business with shops in Castlebar, Belmullet, and Galway.
Months of research and experiments paid off for students from Athlone and Roscommon, with a number of local entries taking home awards from the 2013 BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition, held last weekend.
Eight schools from the Galway region represented the county at this year’s BT Young Scientist exhibition with many groups departing with prestigious awards, and among them is Edel Browne from the Presentation College in Athenry.
The third annual Brewers on the Bay festival takes place this Saturday and Sunday and will feature the best brews from microbreweries across Ireland.
Westmeath’s second-ever Olympian Martin Fagan (28) received a two-year ban from all competition this week after his prompt admission to doping offences.
As we get older, the metabolic rate of the skin slows down and it takes longer to renew itself. Skin becomes thicker, duller looking, and drier as oil glands become less active. Exfoliation is essential in helping skin to renew itself, take the dead layers away, and making it more receptive to skincare products. Skin peels are a method of exfoliation, helping to give a brighter and fresher appearance to the skin. They are also useful in controlling acne and preventing outbreaks.
Laughter is good for our health. It relaxes our bodies, relieves stress, boosts our immune systems and helps protect our hearts.
There was panic at St Luke’s Hospital on Tuesday as the Hospital Internal Emergency Plan was activated in Kilkenny.