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Take a Dip at Dawn this summer solstice to help tackle homelessness

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Are you up at the crack of dawn? Galway Simon Community will be up before sunrise this summer solstice for their Dip at Dawn at 4.30am on Wednesday June 21, at Salthill Beach.

Can you give a child a safe trusting environment?

There is currently a huge demand for foster carers and Origins Foster Care have a recruitment campaign underway to highlight the ongoing need for foster carers in Connacht. Origins are looking for people interested in fostering:

University of Galway’s Adult Learning Information Evening

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Come along to University of Galway’s Adult Learning Information Evening on Wednesday 14th June from 5.30-7.30pm on the University campus, to find out more about the extensive range of part-time, flexible-learning courses on offer.

Four weddings and a mutiny – India 1920

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On 28 June 1920, members of the Connaught Rangers Regiment stationed at Wellington Barracks, Jullundur in Punjab, mutinied in protest against the activities of the British Army in Ireland. The irony of their stance as members of a colonial occupying army was, it would seem, lost on them. Two men took the protest to the Connaught Rangers company at Solon Barracks the next day. On the evening of 1 July, a group armed with bayonets attempted to take weapons from the magazine fort at Solon. The guard opened fire, killing a mutineer and an innocent man. The protest started peacefully at both locations—orders were ignored, tricolours were flown, Sinn Féin rosettes were worn, and rebel songs were sung. Sixty-one men were convicted of mutiny. Fourteen were sentenced to death, but only one, James Joseph Daly, was executed. Those imprisoned were released in 1923. Ballina man James J. Devers, one of the Solon mutineers, was among those released. Devers enlisted in 1918.

Primary school children not consuming sufficient portions of fruit and vegetables

According to the National Children’s Food Survey, the majority of primary school aged children in Ireland (5-12 years) are only consuming three portions of fruit and vegetables per day which is far from the recommended ‘7 a day’.

Increase general health and wellbeing at OxyGeneration

Hyperbaric oxygenation has been around for decades but is once again gaining popularity due to the multiple health benefits it provides in a safe, non-invasive way.

How to deal with exam stress

National mental health charity Turn2Me has published seven tips on dealing with exam stress on its website, ahead of the upcoming Leaving Cert. The charity said that these last few days before the Leaving Cert are crucial for students to prepare to perform to the best of their abilities, but emphasised that this can only be done when they also take care of their mental health.

How to become a psychologist in Ireland

Psychology is the study of behaviour and mental processes. Psychology is a very popular course choice both at undergraduate and postgraduate level in Ireland. There is a Bachelor of Science in Psychology available at University of Galway, ATU Galway, and TUS Athlone. All of these courses are four year (Level 8) degree courses, offering work placements in a variety of settings in year 3, which will improve any student’s employability.

AtlanTec Festival – itag Digital Women’s Forum hosts dynamic unconference on equity of opportunity

itag’s Digital Women Forum, a leading community-driven forum dedicated to empowering women in the technology industry, successfully hosted an engaging and thought-provoking event on the topic of Equity of Opportunity. The event took place in the Victoria Hotel May 11 and used innovative and collaborative unconference techniques to foster inclusive discussions and drive meaningful outcomes.

Exceptional Clybaun Road home comes to market with DNG

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DNG Maxwell, Heaslip & Leonard has been favoured with the sale of this stunning detached property located in the much sought-after Clybaun Court development in Knocknacarra. It is ideally located within walking distance of an impressive array of local amenities such as Sheridans Bar & Restaurant, The Clybaun Hotel & Leisure Centre, many shops, cafes, hairdressers and supermarkets including Tesco, Dunnes, Aldi, and Lidl. Rusheen Bay, Silverstrand, Cappagh Park, Barna Woods, and Salthill Promenade are all within walking distance and there are regular bus services to the city centre on the doorstep.


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