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Major award for Tuam occupational therapist

A County Galway based occupational therapist has walked away with a Young Volunteer of the Year Award.

Belclare’s Kevin Steede a Countdown champ

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A Galway man is making waves on Channel 4 gameshow Countdown. Kevin Steede, who is a native of Belclare, is now one of this year’s most successful contestants after winning eight games in a row. On average per series, only three or four individuals reach this stage of the competition.

Lilliput Adventure Centre joins 12 marathon challenge


From Norway to Galway

A POTENTIALLY fascinating play awaits theatre goers to An Taibhdhearc on Saturday September 21 at 8pm, when a Norwegian theatre company takes to the stage.

New assessment service in Mayo for those with an acquired brain injury

Acquired Brain Injury Ireland is pleased to announce the launch of a new and unique vocational assessment service in Castlebar, to assist individuals with an acquired brain injury get back to work, training or education.

Judge gives truancy-tolerant parents until after the Easter holidays to show improvements

The Department of Education continues its policy of combating truancy by prosecuting parents, and this week (March 20) the District Court saw the parents of five children brought before Judge Seamus Hughes to face such summonses.

Nothing thorny about the Mayo Rose

Who doesn’t love a rose? They are colourful, delicate, if not a little prickly.

Mayo Rose is a strong contender to take Rose of Tralee title

Mayo is well represented in this year’s Rose of Tralee International Festival with four visiting roses having Mayo roots as well as our very own Mayo Rose, Dervla Kenny, one of the favourites to take the coveted title.

Free health screening for men

Men can learn more about making lifestyle changes which will benefit their health at a free information evening at the Raheen Woods Hotel, Athenry on Monday at 7pm.

Students aim to break down barriers between generations

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Transition year students from Calasanctius College in Oranmore, and residents from the Village Nursing Care Centre in Craughwell, are currently participating in a five week intergenerational project designed to bring young and old together for the purpose of learning from each other.

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