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Carnmore writer to launch first book of interviews next week

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They say the universe is a joint product of the observer and the observed. Those who are watched and those who watch. One provides the material for the other. Fascinating lives fascinate people. The story of how one half of the world performs and the other half of us absorbs that and records it.

Range of menopause solutions now available from Au Naturel

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Menopause is technically defined as when a woman stops ovulation and can last up to seven years, peri-menopause usually starting between the ages of 45 – 50.

The woman who refuses to be beaten by ME

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"Is that a rub or a scrub?" Marie Curran's husband jokingly asks her when she washes the dishes. That simple chore can be a mammoth task for the 43-year-old Waterford woman who was diagnosed with myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) in 2012.

Moate student scoops double award at SciFest regional finals in Athlone

A Moate Community School student has claimed two awards after impressing judges at the SciFest regional competition in TUS Athlone recently.

No Stairway for all ages at Róisín Dubh

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Galway’s own Led Zeppelin worshippers, No Stairway, will play arguably some of the greatest hard rock and blues ever recorded for an all-ages audience on Saturday, May 18, at 3.30pm.

Tumbling Paddies at An Púcán’s birthday bash

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Get ready for one of the hottest gigs of the summer as The Tumbling Paddies roll in to Galway on Thursday, June 6, to celebrate 10 years of An Púcán.

Sinn Féin sets out ‘commonsense climate measures’ for City Council

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Local election candidate, Mark Lohan, has set out a number of common sense measures he and his fellow Sinn Féin representatives would deliver if elected to Galway City Council on 7 June.

Minister launches new UN Tourism Initiative at Atlantic Technology University

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Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media, Catherine Martin TD, launched Ireland’s first INSTO Observatory at ATU yesterday marking a historic moment for the nation’s tourism industry and signalling a commitment to sustainable practices in the sector.

An Púcán Celebrate 10 Years with The Tumbling Paddies Gig

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Get ready for one of the hottest gigs of the summer as The Tumbling Paddies come to Galway on June 6th to celebrate 10 years of An Púcán.

 

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