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More than 1,800 Galway people waiting for orthodontic treatment

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More than 1,300 people across County Galway are waiting for orthodontic assessments, while those waiting to be treated number more than 1,800.

Studying the impact of the pandemic on Gaelic Games

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“It was interesting that the editors of this collection - they are American, UK based - and the responses we were getting as we were sending in drafts that it was so different to anything else that they were encountering in any other national context,” NUIG academic Dr Seán Crosson says about a study compiled alongside Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick lecturer Dr Marcus Free.

Studying impact of the pandemic on Gaelic games

“It was interesting that the editors of this collection - they are American, UK based - and the responses we were getting as we were sending in drafts that it was so different to anything else that they were encountering in any other national context,” NUIG academic Dr Seán Crosson says about a study compiled alongside Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick lecturer Dr Marcus Free.

Apply now for all PLC courses at GCC

Galway Community College (GCC) is now taking applications for all its Level 5 and 6 QQI accredited further education courses. Applications for all courses can be completed on www.galwaycc.ie, where information about modules, course qualification, progression opportunities, and fees can be viewed. Each course page has the email address of the course coordinator, who can be contacted to get more specific information about your preferred area of study. All courses are full-time, usually four days in college with one day on work experience in local businesses and industry.

Continuing to make big waves within the hairdressing industry

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Celebrating a milestone fifth business birthday this week, Hairloom, has made vast strides within the hairdressing industry since first opening its doors on John Broderick Street in the heart of Athlone.

Allergies explained

Joyce Clegg, managing director of The Allergy Clinic in the Galway Clinic, explains how allergies work.

Affording due attention to impact of allergies on the human body

In recent times, the Athlone Advertiser chatted with Joyce Clegg, Managing Director of The Allergy Clinic in the Galway Clinic, pertaining to matters allergies and their impact on the human body and surrounding environment.

Autumn at the French Institute

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The French Institute, established in Galway city for the past 35 years, offers a full range of classes, both online and in-premises. It has a wide array of courses for children (from age four), secondary school students, and adults, both daytime and evenings, starting the week of September 14.

Autumn at the French Institute

The French Institute, established in Galway city for the past 35 years, offers a full range of classes, both online and in-premises. It has a wide array of courses for children (from age four), secondary school students, and adults, both daytime and evenings, starting the week of September 14.

Autumn at the French Institute

The French Institute, established in Galway city for the past 35 years, offers a full range of classes, both online and in-premises. It has a wide array of courses for children (from age four), secondary school students, and adults, both daytime and evenings, starting the week of September 14.

 

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