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Busy mum-of-four Kate Curley, from Ballinrobe, joined her local Slimming World group following a health scare last year. She has since dropped a staggering 10 dress sizes. Here is her story.
It’s been a long wait and it's nearly over. Since Mayo last tasted competitive action almost every other county has been involved in championship action, with Sligo the only side to have not got their summer underway by the time Mayo throw in against Galway on Sunday. This will be the first proper test of the Holmes and Connelly management ticket in the white heat of championship action and they couldn’t have asked for a more traditional joust than a meeting with Galway in their own back yard.
When Noel Connelly used to come face to face with Kevin Walsh in the white-heat of championship action in their playing days, Tuam Stadium was the battle ground. Next Sunday they'll renew their rivalry in Salthill. But Mayo's old torture chamber of Tuam Stadium is where Connelly has his fondest memory of getting one over on Galway. "I suppose the one that's more special for me is the Tuam one in 1997, when the hoodoo was there for so many years and there was so much talk of it. Back then going to Tuam and winning it was like nearly winning the championship outright. To get that winning feeling in Tuam after all the talk and stuff, that was special," Connelly said this week, when asked about his own playing memories against the Tribesmen.
A local child who is battling a rare and aggressive cancer has just a four per cent chance of survival by availing of the treatment for the condition in this country.
A Mayo mum has said her family is “truly indebted” to the staff at Temple Street Children’s Hospital after her four-year-old daugther received a life changing kidney transplant there last year.
There’s no better way to relax the body and mind than escaping from reality for a few hours and pampering yourself with luxury treatment at Heather and Earth Spa in Ballinasloe’s Shearwater Hotel.
Ballina Stephenites attacker Evan Regan suffered a reoccurrence of the injury that ruled him out of the majority of the Allianz National Football League on Tuesday night in training. The young Ballina attacker broke his collar-bone in training with Mayo which is expected to rule him out of action for another 12 weeks until mid July. This will rule Regan out of action for Mayo’s championship opener against Galway/Leitrim or New York on June 16, with Connacht final taking place on Sunday, July 19.
Slimmers at the Athlone Springs Hotel Slimming World group knew there was no need to turn the Easter bunny away this Easter. In fact, Slimming World consultant Pauline Bliss says members are encouraged to enjoy a little of what they fancy as part of the club’s healthy eating plan.
Local TD Gabrielle McFadden has welcomed confirmation from Minister of State at the Department of Health, Kathleen Lynch, yesterday that the HSE is to provide funding for a second palliative care consultant for the Midlands.
Since the six new proposed bypass routes were revealed, widespread fears have been expressed from all corners about the future of the Galway Races. The blue route allows for a tunnel to be built under the Ballybrit track, and manager John Maloney has expressed his belief that this development would lead to the racetrack closing for a period of two years.