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SVP records 20% increase in calls for help in first quarter of year

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The Society of Saint Vincent de Paul (SVP) has recorded an almost 20 per cent increase in calls for help in the first quarter of 2021.

Six tips to avoid overeating when WFH

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WFH (working from home) or just being stuck at home, has become a reality for many of us for some time. For some, this change in routine and surroundings has come with the temptation to mindlessly snack and overeat, sometimes even unknowingly.

Amy’s House Creche provides extra services to care for your precious child

Amy’s House Creche named after Hazel’s daughter Amy is a purpose built childcare facility situated in the heart of the community in Claregalway close to the Claregalway National School. Hazel Curran and her strong team provide for young babies, wobblers, toddlers, preschool and Afterschool children.

Great hotel offers for those travelling to the West — and not just for visitors

One of the few disadvantages for those of us fortunate enough to live in the West of Ireland is that we rarely get a chance to stay in a local hotel, as a tourist. That is likely to change this summer, as we will be encouraged to holiday closer to home, and many of us have ruled out foreign travel until 2022 at the earliest.

Summer is coming - lose up to two stone in ten weeks

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Outdoor dining funding scheme opens this month

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A new €17 million scheme for developing outdoor dining capacity nationwide was launched this week by Minister for Tourism, Catherine Martin TD, and Fáilte Ireland.

Get growing with Mayo County Library

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How would you like to grow your own food and share the experience with others in your family or with your friends? Well now you can, courtesy of your local library, and a new Grow it Forward programme.

Local hotels adopt safety first policy

‘If that goes well, then we can consider hospitality in June’, was the message on Tuesday from Tánaiste, Leo Varadkar, referring to the numbers for virus cases, in hospitals, new variants and vaccine rollout all going in the right direction in the coming weeks.

Your guide to the upcoming changes

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Galway Feminist Collective launch fundraiser for foodtruck and library

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Galway Feminist Collective has launched a crowdfunder to support its new cooperative food business and social enterprise - Stirring the Pot: Galway Feminist Food Coop.


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