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The Mayo Tusla Youth Advisory group recently launched the findings of a research project they undertook in relation to social media.
O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers reports considerable interest in its next round of auction properties which will go under the hammer tomorrow, Friday June 7. With a very strong turnout at open viewings over the last four weeks and countless contract requests from interested parties in both residential and commercial listings, tomorrow’s auction promises to be an exciting day with more than 40 properties up for sale and the auction room in the Harbour Hotel is expected to be filled to capacity.
It was another special week of European football as Ajax continued their wonderful form in the competition with 1-0 victory over Spurs in London and Lionel Messi staked another claim as the greatest player to grace a football pitch with another brilliant brace against Liverpool on Wednesday night at the Camp Nou.
Danolla's diner - located in the heart of Castlebar, on Castle Street - has become a firm family favourite over the past decade and a half - and with today being Good Friday, there is no better place for some delicious cod 'n' chips.
In a recent survey by Kellogg’s GAA Cúl Camps, a shocking 86 percent of parents think that mobile phones have replaced physical activity and sport in their children’s lives.
Several Galway libraries, including Oranmore, Ballybane, Loughrea, Tuam and Galway City libraries. have recently installed new printing, scanning and copying kiosks provided by SurfBox.
We all dread the note home from school letting us know there is an outbreak of head lice. Most families will experience head lice or nits at some time during primary school. And unfortunately with the rise of mobile device ownership among teens, who can’t resist getting all their friends in for a selfie, head lice infestation is on the rise amongst older children too.
NOBODY WANTS rubbish on the streets or waste dumped outside buildings, but imagine if that waste was re-assembled, re-imagined, re-created into a series of colourful little beasts and monsters, that instead of making a street look shabby, actually give it vibrancy, life, and joy?
The new Peugeot Traveller Combispace and Traveller Shuttle receive their public unveilings at the Geneva Motor Show 2016.
Irish shoppers are set to spend an estimated €1.59 billion on Christmas this year, according to new research by ecommerce partner Webloyalty.