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Galway Cathedral to go blue for World Autism Awareness Day

The Galway Cathedral will be transformed from its normal colours of stone and copper green to become a blue temple, in order to mark World Autism Awareness Day.

Ballet gala marks twenty-five years of Regina Rogers school

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THE REGINA Rogers School of Ballet has long been a valued presence on Galway’s cultural landscape and next weekend it celebrates its silver jubilee with three gala dance performances in the Town Hall Theatre.

“It’s desperate what happens on St Patrick’s Day” says judge

“It’s desperate what happens on St Patrick’s Day,” said Judge Seamus Hughes, pointing out how he had recently dealt with a variety of public order cases arising from the festive day last year.

Moycullen’s concentration lapse proves costly

After a break for the cup semi-final weekend, Moycullen were back in Superleague action against Neptune in Cork on Saturday, but came out on the wrong side of a 89-74 scoreline.

Greenfields continue winning league run

Greendfields 1sts were the deserving 5-0 winners after a tough challenge away to Yeats Hockey Club on Sunday.

“Prudence” and policy should guard Shannon from fracking fears

The integrity of the Shannon would be secured into the future if Ireland was to follow the German lead in relation to the controversial mining practice of fracking, it was revealed this week.

Krav maga — an ideal self defence discipline for women

As danger lurks in every nook and corner, it has become important for women to learn a self-defence art. As krav maga can be quickly learned and implemented, it is one of the best options for women. Krav maga prepares them for whatever comes in their way and is considered as a perfect style for independent women. To learn krav maga, there is no limit of height or weight of a person.

Moycullen look to up the tempo on Saturday

Moycullen basketball have little time to brood after a tough Superleague loss away in Dublin as they prepare for a match with league and cup champions UL Eagles on Saturday night in Limerick.

Suicide should not be glamorised

The finality of death is like no other ending.

Avoid tooth and mouth injuries with professional standard custom fitted mouth guards

In older children and adults, sports injuries are common. Dentists estimate that between 13 per cent and 39 per cent of dental injuries occur while playing sports. About 80 per cent of all dental injuries affect at least one of the front teeth. Damage to the tongue or cheek is common, too. Custom-fitting mouth guards are the best way of protecting teeth while playing sport. They act by absorbing energy from any blow and thus prevent (or at least vastly reduce) the chance of costly and painful dental injury.

 

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