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Try some complementary approaches to insomnia

SPONSORED CONTENT Health Advice by Dr. Hussain Bhatti, Holistic Health and Stress Clinic Most people at some stage have experienced disrupted sleep patterns due to either external factors or some kind of stress/upset, such as bereavement...

Classy Clodagh as lovely as Lorraine!

Bradley Bytes a sort of political column with Dara Bradley  Do any of you remember Lorraine Higgins, or Lovely Lorraine, as she was affectionately known? She was the Athenry-based former Labour Party Senator, who made a...
De Temps Antan will play the Station House Theatre on May 3.

Canadian folk trio De Temps Antan for Clifden show

French Canadian folk trio De Temps Antan, who have won fans across the globe with their interpretations of time-honoured melodies from Quebec, are performing at the Station House Theatre in Clifden, in conjunction with...
Cllr Mike Crowe...kicked off debate. .... Cllr Declan McDonnell... Government is doing nothing..... Cllr Colette Connolly....objected to tone of debate...... Brendan McGrath...warning on vote.

Council must spread social housing to both sides of city

A €12 million social housing estate in Ballybane has split city councillors this week – with those on the east side threatening to vote it down unless it is reconstituted as more of a...
The Titans squad which finished fifth in the U-16 AICC A tournament last week. Back row, from left: Aisling Walsh, Aoife Waldron, Aoibhinn Walsh, Ava McCleane, Orlaith Cahill, Maeve Ford, Aisling Kinsella, and Sue Kinsella (coach). Front: Sorcha McGinley, Joanna Healy, Katie Beatty, Aibhe-Lisa Hanny, Sarah Byrne, and Kara McCleane.

Fifth-place finish for Titans in U-16 A club finals

Titan’s U-16 Girls finished fifth in the A section of the All-Ireland Club Championships in Gormanstown, Meath, last week. Their first pool game was a 39-38 win over Waterford Wildcats, in a nail-biting finish. A...
Connacht out-half Jack Carty scores a terrific second-half try despite the best efforts of Cardiff Blues' Matthew Morgan during Saturday's PRO14 clash at the Sportsground.

Carty carves open Cardiff’s defence as Connacht qualify for European Champions Cup

CONNACHT have become the buzz team of West of Ireland sport again. They killed two birds with the one stone at a heaving Sportsground last Saturday to leave the team’s growing army of supporters breathless...

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