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Managing change in difficult times

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Have you lost your job? Are you in debt? Is your home under threat? Are you afraid to tell your family just how bad things really are?

Manager due soon for new art gallery and castle

A manager is to be appointed to run and market the new art gallery and renovated castle “by the end of February or early March”, according to town clerk, John Walsh, after an update on the two facilities was given to councillors at last week’s annual budget meeting of the town council.

Manager due soon for new art gallery and castle

A manager is to be appointed to run and market the new art gallery and renovated castle “by the end of February or early March”, according to town clerk, John Walsh, after an update on the two facilities was given to councillors at this week’s annual budget meeting of the town council.

Community wardens get on their bikes

Westmeath County Council has come up with an environmentally friendly approach to its presence in the community, with the launch this week of a community warden bicycle patrol.

Galway’s rich heritage

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This photograph of the interior of St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church was originally taken c1890 and was given us by the National Library. The Leper’s Gallery can be seen over the arches to the left.

It’s not all bad news for stray animals

In these times of doom and gloom not every report is bad news. In the past year the number of dogs rehomed and reclaimed from the Carlow - Kilkenny dog shelter has hugely increased. This very good news is a result of the kindness and good will of you, the kind people of Kilkenny and Carlow and surrounding counties, who have called to the dog shelter and taken into your homes and hearts, dogs that needed a home.

New look for Junior School Wardens in Mayo

Drivers will be seeing yellow — fluorescent yellow that is — so there will be no excuse for not seeing Mayo’s Junior School Wardens.

Ring calls for more community wardens at schools

The Fine Gael spokesperson on Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs, Deputy Michael Ring, has learned that local authorities can now introduce community wardens outside schools following the success of a pilot scheme. He had sought an update on the pilot scheme commitment as included in the Programme for Government.

Change for the better

Did you vow this year to change your life for the better? Give up smoking, buy a house, travel the world, conquer a limiting phobia or simply become time rich?

St Patrick passed us by, but some magic remains...

Another St Patrick’s Day has slipped by, and I am reminded that although there are several wells associated with saints in and around Galway city, St Patrick, on his many journeys around Ireland, notably in Mayo, passed Galway by.

 

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