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How to get a great night’s sleep

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This February EZ Living is talking about all things bedroom related. This week in particular, the team want to make sure that your bed is put to the appropriate use, sleeping. Did you know that on average we spend at least one third of our lives asleep? Read on for EZ Living's tips on how to get a great night’s sleep.

Householders urged to take extra security precautions this Christmas

As the shopping and party seasons get into full swing, homeowners are being advised to take a series of additional Christmas security measures. The guidance comes from PhoneWatch to coincide with the release of research on Irish people’s Christmas security habits.

The television will not be revolutionised

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If I told my four-year-old son that Irish television only provided one channel at the time of his father’s birth he would probably laugh, thinking the very notion as being inconceivable. In contrast, his generation will grow up with a multitude of portable devices on which to watch TV and movies. Consequently, the television set has lost its monopolistic control over our personal entertainment, impressionable thoughts, and consumer behaviour. Public trends and industrial production, or perhaps vice-versa, have moved on and may never return this way. Though it is far from dead, it is not that long ago since the television set was the internet of its era.

Converting chances will be key to Mayo’s success

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It's a game that lasts 70 minutes and both sides have 15 players each and anything can happen — once upon a time that was how things were looked at before a big game. Sure, one team could have beaten all before and behind them in style, while the other scraped through to get to the big day. But at the end of the day all that mattered was what happened over the 70 minutes, that's still true today but only in part.

NUI Galway Masters Programme awarded Apple Distinguished Programme for second year running

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NUI Galway’s Máistir Gairmiúil san Oideachas (MGO) programme has been awarded the Apple Distinguished Programme 2016-18’. The award identifies centres of excellence in the use of technology in education.

Can you capture Galway in a one minute film?

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THE DEADLINE for submissions to Galway's upcoming The One Minute Film Festival has been extended to Monday September 12 at 12 noon. Entries need only be 60 seconds long, and is open to amateurs using an iPad or camera phone, not just professionals with a 35mm camera.

Taste of success for Tuam native in national Bord Bia competition

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Tracy McDonagh, from Tuam, was selected as the overall winner of a recent national Bord Bia competition, run in association with Today FM. As part of Bord Bia's new Lamb – Tasty, Easy, Fun campaign, Ms McDonagh submitted her signature lamb dish of tacos with lamb, tomato, coriander and avocado salsa for the judges’ consideration, and went on to prepare the dish in a live cook-off on Today FM.

Athlone girls scoop top Junk Prize

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Creative students from Our Lady’s Bower Secondary School, Eleanor Dwyer, Jennifer Siak, and Emma Clarke, were announced as the overall winners at the Bank of Ireland Junk Kouture Grand Final 2016 in the 3Arena, Dublin on April 14.

Moate student’s design creates an identity for her town

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A student of St Brigid’s Primary School in Moate has been announced as the winner of the ‘Design a Logo for Moate’ competition.


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