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Just one in three Irish workers are taking the recommended level of exercise for a healthy lifestyle each week.
There will be plenty of colour, music, and dancing on the streets of Castlebar this St Patrick’s Day.
Two major anti Irish Water protests are scheduled to take place in both Castlebar and Ballina tomorrow afternoon as part of the national day of protest. The marches are follow ups to the major demonstration which took place in Dublin three weeks ago. In Castlebar the march, which is being organised by the Mayo Says No group, will see protesters meet at Market Square in the town, before marching around the county town. The Ballina protest march will meet at the Diamond’s Car Park on Bury Street at 1.30pm and will leave the car park at 2pm processing through the heart of the town.
With the largest race meet of the year at Kilbeggan Racecourse tonight, head judge of the event, sponsored by Dundrum Town Centre and Wineport Lodge, has been announced as Marietta Doran.
The National Day of Commemoration, to honour Irish people who died in past wars or on service with the United Nations, will be marked in Galway this Sunday.
The ISPCC is urging Westmeath people to get involved in their day of action against bullying today, Friday March 7, by buying a Blue Shield pin.
Sinn Féin candidate for the Mullingar-Coole area, Una D’Arcy, believes that the Derravaragh area of north Westmeath, and other areas in the Midlands, will become pollution havens if plans for industrial wind turbines go ahead.
With the largest race meet of the year taking place at Kilbeggan Racecourse this evening, Friday July 19, head judge for the Best Dressed Lady event has been announced as Marietta Doran.
The annual National Day of Commemoration ceremony to honour all those Irish men and women who died in past wars or on service with the United Nations, will be held in the Royal Hospital Kilmainham, Dublin, as well as at seven locations across Ireland on Sunday, July 14 at 10.30am.
A national day of commemoration ceremony, to honour those Irishmen and Irishwomen who died in past wars or on service with the United Nations, will be held at the Mayo Peace Park, in Castlebar, on Sunday July 14.