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Extinction Rebellion ‘tide markings’ show where water levels may rise to

A series of ‘tide markings’ have been painted on walls on parts of Galway city centre by the Extinction Rebellion group to “illustrate where the sea levels will reach” should warnings from climate scientists not be heeded.

McDonagh accuses City Hall of 'ignoring serious environmental issues'

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It is "unacceptable" that Galway does not have an appropriate facility to allow for the disposal of paint, and other similar, potentially toxic waste products, and City Hall is "failing to address" this "serious environmental issue".

UPSTART 2019 Arts and Disability Award Recipients announced

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In celebration of International Day of Persons with Disabilities, (Tuesday December 3, 2019) Mayo County Council’s Arts Service is delighted to announce the recipients of the UPSTART 2019 awards.

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Tip for summer renovating

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We are almost halfway through May and summer is here, apparently. Even though the weather may not suggest it, summer is always a good time to get stuff done around the house.

Bring a sense of serenity and creativity into your home with a shade of blue

It might seem counter-intuitive, but adding a little touch of the blues is the thing if want to create a sense of calm in your home.

Find out how to transform your home in an affordable way at home renovation event

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The highlight of the event will be a talk by architect and TV broadcaster Declan O’Donnell, as well as other speakers such as interior designer Niamh O’Donovan. Admission is free but there are limited tickets available. Anyone thinking of attending can book through Eventbrite for an exciting afternoon of renovation information accompanied by cupcakes and tea.

Local artist to host art exhibition in Ballinasloe Library

South Roscommon artist, Fiona Moore, is to showcase works from her art exhibition, ‘An Bhfúil cead agam dul go dhí on Leathreas?’ in the Church Gallery at Ballinasloe Library.

Three coats of blue gloss and an understanding

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I always loved this time of year as a child. All winter long, the three lake boats which we had on Lough Mask would lie as part of the winter furniture — a plaything for my childhood. October to February was their hibernation, a chance for them to drip dry over the dark months, to enjoy life on land. A chance for the floorboards, probably sodden in water all summer, to dry in the shed, alongside the oars. To have a timbered chat with each other about the adventures that they'd had all year, the rocks they'd have run aground, the stories they'd have heard, the secrets shared between anglers and gillies, the dying fish which breathed last on the thin ribs beneath the floorboards.

Three coats of blue gloss and an understanding

I always loved this time of year as a kid. All winter long, the three lake boats which we had on Lough Mask would lie as part of the winter furniture — a plaything for my childhood. It was their hibernation, a chance for them to drip dry over the winter months. A chance for the floorboards, probably sodden in water all summer, to dry in the shed, alongside the oars. To have a timbered chat with each other about the adventures that they’d had all year, the rocks they’d have run aground, the stories they’d have heard, the secrets shared between anglers and gillies, the dying fish which breathed last on their thin ribs beneath the floorboards.

 

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