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DID Electrical have announced that they have been awarded the Guaranteed Irish symbol. The retailer opened the doors of its first store on Mountjoy Square, Dublin, in 1968. Today the Irish family business has 23 stores nationwide, including Galway, and over 300 employees delivering superior products and services to their customers every day.
DID Electrical jas been awarded the Guaranteed Irish symbol. The retailer opened the doors of its first store on Mountjoy Square, Dublin, in 1968. Today the Irish family business has 23 stores nationwide and more than 300 employees delivering superior products and services to their customers every day.
Mental health problems affect about one in five children and young people. They include depression, anxiety, and conduct disorders, and are often a direct response to what is happening in their lives (Mental Health Ireland). According to the World Health Organisation around 50 per cent of mental disorders begin before the age of 14. Parents have begun to figure this part out themselves. They can unfortunately name on one hand children who needed some form of expert support for their emotional and mental wellbeing in the past 12 months. Parents are more than aware of the daily stories on all media forms of anxious children, crying spells, teenagers suffering migraine, school refusal, depression, bullying, missing youths, self-harming, suicides, violence, poor self-image, eating disorders, and so on.
Have you recently finished school and not sure what to do next? Do you need extra support to get a qualification to get a job or go on to further education?
At present there are 415 young people on apprenticeship programmes in Mayo.
Fine Gael General Election candidate for Mayo, Alan Dillon, has called for a campaign encouraging people both at home and abroad to return to Mayo to live and work. This has the potential to fit in with existing and future Government policies and should be prioritised.
Mayo’s own James Kilbane & Friends will bring their Irish night of Irish song, great traditional music and culture every Thursday night to the Castlecourt Plaza Hotel, Westport for the months of August and September starting at 9pm.
Mayo Addiction and Suicide Awareness (MASA) is to host an information and social event in the Ivy Tower Hotel in Castlebar on Friday, August 16.
The Simon Communities launched their Closing the Door on Homelessness campaign this week. The charity, which is marking 50 years since its foundation in Ireland in 1969, has launched the campaign to tell the stories of people it has supported to close the door on homelessness. In the campaign, Simon Community clients will be sharing their experiences of the safety and security of closing their own front door behind them. In 2018, the Simon Communities around the country ‘closed the door’ for more than 2,400 men, women and children across Ireland, helping them move out of homelessness and into a secure home.