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There was national acclaim for an Athlone Photography Club member recently when Sean Ganly won a bronze medal in the Irish Photographic Federation National Shield Competition in Kilkenny.
As a sense of family and belonging pervades this festive season, the homelessness crisis continues to persist at local level as we approach a new calendar year.
Since retiring as a professional athlete, former World and Olympic champion and award-winning healthy cookbook author, Derval O’Rourke, has become a mother to two young children, Dafne and Archie, and set up her own business derval.ie.
Retraining as a naturopathic nutritional therapist can open the door to a rewarding career helping yourself and others to better health. You can study for the diploma course in naturopathic nutrition part-time at the College of Naturopathic Medicine (CNM) in Galway, Dublin, or Cork, and also online.
Christmas is a time where we love to enjoy ourselves to the fullest. For most of us, the festive season is where we decide that gluttony becomes almost acceptable as we gorge ourselves on food and drink. Waistlines expand and the motivation to go to the gym disappears quicker than a tin of Roses.
Patients at University Hospital Galway can look forward to shorter waiting times for ward admissions and expanded menu choices in the coming year, as the west’s biggest hospital focuses on the main recommendations of an inpatient study.
Michelin-star Galway restaurant Aniar was honoured this week with its inclusion on the new 50 Best Discovery website. The platform was launched this month by the people behind the prestigious World’s 50 Best Restaurants list.
Teacher Shane Farrell from Galway will join Claire Beakhurst, Jean Kinahan and Barry and Andrea Rea when Operation Transformation kicks off in January.
Caprice has been a favourite with Galwegians and visitors since its opening a couple of years back. The first thing you notice about Caprice is that the interior looks like a Pinterest board dream, all calm colours and twinkling lights. It is clear that a great deal of thought has gone into this design. Located at the corner of Church Lane and Market Street, Caprice has added to this area of town. It is a bit off the beaten path, but that does not seem to put many people off visiting. A good menu often trumps an out of the way address.
From the Bridge Mills to Dominick Street to Ravens Terrace across to Henry Street over to Williams Street West, into the small Crane and onto Sea Road, Galways Westend will officially light up on Friday 6th December.