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ISPCC Childline has welcomed the announcement of plans for children’s return to school later this month in Mayo and across the country and outlined details of support for parents, carers, children and young people preparing for the transition back to the classroom.
Every year Galway has a summer of non-stop action, festivities, and cultural and artistic show cases. At the end of typical that summer in Galway comes Galway Pride. This is no typical Galway summer but Galway Pride will still be delivering a week full of events like the 30 years that have come before it.
Mayo Leisure Point reopened its doors again yesterday Thursday, July 9, for bowling and the Movie Bowl Diner. Nokey's Adventureland and Q-2000 laser will reopen tomorrow, Saturday, July 11 at 11am.
I haven’t walked around the streets of the city for about three months now. Any trip into town left me dispirited in the early days of lockdown, the grass long in the Square, the grey walls even greyer, the colour you associate with that time of year drained from everyplace. And everyone.
Ahead of the partial relaxation of COVID-19 restrictions, Continental Tyres Ireland is advising motorists to take a few precautions before jumping straight back into the car.
Imagine if you can, that you have been hibernating in the far end of the chamber at Newgrange all year, wrapped up in the darkness, comfortable with your own forced comfort, and only stirred and woken by the advancing light of that solstice sun making its way like an orange sabre, as if it is setting fire to the dusty floor until it rests at last at your bare foot.
When we think back to when things were simpler. No, I don’t mean February. I mean back in the mists of time when all we knew were the horizons on the edge of our towns and villages. Back then, we did not have a greater knowledge of the world outside. For us, our existence and almost everything we required was lived and available within that small geographic location. Back thing everyone was local, apart from blow-ins to the bank or school who, to be fair, had to be local from somewhere else, and would probably end up our locals (unless forty years later they did something bad and we’d start calling them blow-ins again.)
In what are unprecedented times for us all, Aghamore GAA Club would like to support front line workers working in our local nursing homes and protecting our elderly family and friends living in these nursing homes.
The number of patients attending the emergency departments (EDs) of local hospitals has dropped dramatically during the Covid-19 pandemic.
While a cancellation of the Gaeltacht summer colleges was expected, the absence of any support packages for the colleges and the man tí has been condemned by a Galway TD.