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Providing a pertinent service to the local community since 2006, the Athlone Family Resource Centre (AFRC) has continued to operate despite vacation of the Battery Heights base premises to a temporary location at Shannon Academy.
The closure of allotments in Galway as a result of Covid-19 is "counter-productive" and comes from an overly "rigid interpretation" of the lockdown regulations.
"This pandemic hasn’t altered my daily life routines too much. It’s just harder to do my job. I still get up every day and go to work. I still deal with customers, but now at a social distance. I still look forward to my days off.
Cara Cunningham, MINDI, Community Dietitian
The local economy received a boost this week with the opening of a new Corrib Oil Ltd. Texaco service station and food court on the Ballymahon Road in Athlone. The store which opened on Friday last is a welcome addition to the local business community with the creation of twenty jobs.
Hiney’s Londis Crossmolina was named Customer Service Store of the Year at the Londis Retailing Excellence Awards 2019 recently.
We have many restaurants and cafes that are fantastic come rain or shine, but as what is rare is wonderful, there is something special about being able to dine outdoors in Galway. Whether you are grabbing a sandwich from McCambridge's and heading to the 'Sp'arch', or having the full three courses outside Kirwan's Lane, it is hard to beat a bit of al fresco. In a city full of well utilised nooks and crannies there is plenty to choose from, apart from obviously the entirety of Quay Street — here are just a few of our favourites.
Developing good eating habits has never been easier with the Russell Hobbs NutriBoost.
In recent years, Ireland has gone from famine to feast, we are now faced with the same problem of obesity as the rest of Europe and the developed world. How to stop the spread? Our lifestyle that had kept us slim is gone — replaced by the hallmarks of the global scourge of obesity. Levels are higher in rural areas, as people drive everywhere. Obesity is also a bigger problem among the less well off. We have been getting fatter for a long time and the Government has proposed, among other things, a colour coded labeling system, calorie labeling on menus, and on fatty, high sugar and salt foods.
Casey’s Londis Ballina was named as Off-Licence Store of the Year at the annual 2018 Londis Retailing Awards held recently in Athlone.