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Holiday & Honeymoon Expo returns to Galway

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Are you planning a dream holiday, a family getaway, honeymoon, a beautiful European or worldwide cruise, or an exciting adventure tour? Then the Holiday & Honeymoon Expo in the Salthill Hotel, Galway on Sunday September 22 from 12 noon to 5pm, hosted by Galway’s expert travel agencies Fahy Travel and Corrib Travel, is the place to be.

Autumn at The French Institute

Parlez-vous Français? Take up, improve, or practise your French this autumn. The French Institute Galway offers a full range of classes for children (from age four), secondary school students, and adults, both daytime and evenings, starting the week of September 9.

Autumn at The French Institute

Parlez-vous Français? Take up, improve, or practise your French this autumn. The French Institute Galway offers a full range of classes for children (from age four), secondary school students, and adults, both daytime and evenings, starting the week of September 9.

Autumn at the French Institute

Parlez-vous Français? Take up, improve, or practise your French this autumn. The French Institute Galway offers a full range of classes for children (from age four), secondary school students, and adults, both daytime and evenings, starting the week of September 9.

New Home First Team supporting older persons at Mayo University Hospital

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The Home First Team in Mayo University Hospital is a specialist team supporting patients over the age of 75 who are treated in the Emergency Department (ED) and the Acute Medical Assessment Unit (AMAU) of the hospital.

H2U brings heat to you

H2U offers a range of professional services, including high efficiency control of hot water and heating, and control via smart devices. The company is insured and registered with the relevant bodies to carries out all works to the highest standard in gas, oil, electrical, and heating.

HAY FEVER AND MICRO-IMMUNOTHERAPY (A NEW AND NATURAL APPROACH)

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Hay fever (acute seasonal allergic rhinitis) is the most common type of allergy. Symptoms include itchy red eyes also known as allergic conjunctivitis, watery discharge from the nose and eyes, sneezing, fatigue, headache and nervous irritability. It can mimic the symptoms of common cold and affects 30% of the population worldwide. Post nasal drip of mucus can lead to a cough, and nose bleed in severe cases. Tree and grass pollen is the usual cause of hay fever in spring and summer-time but perennial allergic rhinitis can be caused by some or all of the following: animal hair, dust, feathers, fungus, spores and moulds the symptoms of which can stay with you in any part of the year. Some of us are born to be allergic from birth it occurs in both males and females and anywhere in the world, hay fever is not contagious.

Focus on your hormone health this Hormone Health Week with Cleanmarine’s in-store advice events

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Hormone Health Week is taking place from March 25 and offers the ideal time for us all to find out more about how to look after our hormone health. Through five stages of womanhood our hormones influence our bodies, cycle, and wellbeing, affecting our mental and physical health. Cleanmarine is here to help with advice and support for women of all ages by hosting a series of in-store hormone advice events during Hormone Health Week.

Hennelly Finance celebrates new offices with Open Day

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Hennelly Finance will celebrate its new Bearna premises with an Open Day on 31 January between 1pm and 4pm.

Come what May in the UK as centenary anniversary of first Dail sitting to be recognised

As I am compiling this column, it is just before the Westminster vote on Brexit. All observers feel the vote will be defeated, and some say very heavily. Be that as it may, the real question now is, what does Theresa May do next? She has to come back next Monday with a further plan of where she will go and what she will do. More and more it appears that the extension of time, which could be looked for at the end of March, is what is in sight, but we are in the dark and do not have any certainty about the outcome. I am sorry that this is so and apologise to the readers, but there is nothing that I or even the most renowned of columnists in the UK or Ireland can do – we cannot see the way forward as yet.

 

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