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A nostalgia for the concept of good service

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It’s a cliche that Ireland would be the best country in the world if the sun just kept shining a bit more, but there’s no denying that there’s nothing like some rays to bring out the best side of us.

A year tinged with heart-numbing sadness

When the bells peal on a new year, we enter it with a bucket of fresh hope that the changing of what are just numbers will alter what lies ahead. It is a naive but innocent assumption that does no harm.

Opportunity to improve people’s health and happiness comes to Galway

Slimming World, Ireland’s largest weight loss organisation, is looking for people with a passion for helping others. The company has launched a campaign to recruit more people to start their own weight loss group with a special Slimming World careers opportunity event to be held virtually on Friday, January 26.

Three in ten people worry about rising home maintenance costs

Nearly three out of 10 (29 per cent) homeowners and renters in Ireland cite rising maintenance costs as their biggest concern when it comes to their home, according to a new survey.

The enduring love affair between humans and our cars

You might not tell it by the expressions on the faces of drivers in their cars stuck out at Two Mile Ditch at 8am or on the Moycullen road at 8.20 am, but what you are witnessing is the enactment of a tremendously sensual love affair.

Because the night belongs to us…Nostalgia of the 90s lives on

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After captivating audiences with its debut performance at The Blue Note in Galway's Westend on Culture Night 2023, Jezahel will make its way to Galway's Town Hall Theatre in December, promising a night of humour, nostalgia, and an intoxicating blend of class As craic.

HopeSpace launches free talks for those supporting grieving children

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HopeSpace, Galway’s children’s grief service, is running a series of free public talks for parents, teachers, and all who support young people impacted by grief.

How to overcome anxiety as you start a new job

Q: I’m about to start a new job and now feel unsure if it’s right for me. I’m feeling very anxious. What should I do? (AM, email).

How to prepare for the questions you fear

So, you are preparing for interview, do you know the questions you really don’t want to be asked? Have a short – well, hopefully short – list of questions that would rattle you if they came up and you weren’t prepared, writes Mary O’Brien-Killeen, Career Coach, Sli Nua Careers.

ALONE call for an immediate action plan on loneliness as data reveals concerning trend

ALONE, the national organisation supporting older people to age at home, has called for action from the Department of Health on loneliness, as new data shows that Ireland is the loneliest country in Europe.

 

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