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Mayo schools are to implement a mental health and wellbeing programme in the classroom over the next three years with the support of local organisations.
The prices paid for three- and four-bedroom homes in Mayo rose at the end of last year - despite overall average property prices decreasing in the county.
A series of health and wellbeing podcasts have been produced for the Westmeath Talks series.
This is the first column of 2021 and I share all of your hopes that this year will be a better year than 2020.
IT IS 1975. Second wave feminism is in full flow, and a young woman, with dreams of becoming an artist, puts a failed relationship behind her and travels to Italy.
Never was the title of a chapter more apt than that penned by Athlone entrepreneur, Tanya Cannon, whose life experiences and learnings are crafted in BeLIFE or BeLIEf, a collection of empowering narratives from numerous co-authors laced with a theme of inspiration.
Back in Connemara for Christmas, which she insisted on calling Christ Mass, Ethel Mannin opens the door of her little cottage, located between Roundstone and Clifden, close to Mannin Bay. She has been away for some time. She lights fires in all three rooms, to drive away the musty smell and damp, and soon she is comfortable sitting by the window looking out at the sea, the mountains beyond. She was back to stay until restlessness, or some political challenge, calls her away again.
KEVIN HIGGINS, the acclaimed Galway based poet, will host three online poetry workshops, starting in January, and facilitated by the Galway Arts Centre.
IT IS 1975. Second Wave Feminism is in full flow and a young woman, escaping a failed relationship, travels to Italy to make her dream of becoming an artist a reality.
NINA ORAM, the author of the young adult fiction trilogy, The Carrowkeel Series, will be among the featured readers at next week's Over The Edge: Open Reading.