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With Covid-19 still an unfortunate and persistent part of daily life, individuals and families are confined to their homes away from their normal routines, work, friends and social outlets.
Volvo Cars has received the highest rating for its sustainability performance from EcoVadis, a leading provider of corporate sustainability assessments, further strengthening its position as one of the most sustainability-minded companies in the car industry.
The world renowned Glasson Golf Course, famously designed by Christy O’Connor Jnr, is undergoing a major redevelopment as part of an overall transformation of the 175 acre resort and hotel.
Connacht return to the Galway Sportsground needing to utilise home advantage, and for the first time this season put two victories back-to-back.
At about 3pm on the afternoon of Saturday, November 20, 1920, William Duffy of Cloghscoilte near Barna was driving cattle locally when one of them got stuck in the mud. William noticed part of a coat sticking out of the gap, so he went for his neighbours Patrick and Thomas Lydon, and later Patrick Cloherty and Patrick Concannon from Truskey joined them at what turned out to be a grave. They uncovered part of the body and realised that it was that of Fr Griffin. They decided to wait until it was dark so they covered up the body again, afraid that the Tans might return to remove it. William Duffy rode on horseback into Fr O’Meehan in Montpellier Terrace to inform him of the tragedy. Fr O’Meehan, Fr Sexton, and Canon Considine then hired Patsy Flaherty’s side car and went out to Clochscoilte.
The findings from the Simon Community’s Locked Out of The Market survey were not surprising says Sinn Féin TD for Galway West/South Mayo Mairéad Farrell.
Garda units on bicycles should be operated in the city as a pilot scheme as it would make gardaí more visible in communities and thereby more effectively tackle anti-social behaviour.
Practising responsible social distancing means spending a great deal of time together at home, maybe only leaving once a week or so for groceries or other necessities. This may sound like a recipe for boredom or even disaster but there is no reason not to make the most of the opportunity everyone has been forced into. Sharing activities not only passes the time in a positive way but it also helps people grow closer together. There are also many useful guides and articles online that can show you how to keep busy while in isolation at home. They include useful tips such as keeping in touch with your friends and family, keeping fit, and organising the perfect home office setup. Whether you are in lockdown with your partner, your children, or your parents, here are some fun activities that you can all enjoy at home together.
With COVID-19 many of our worlds have been turned upside down – people are confined to their homes away from their normal routines, work, friends and social outlets.