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Wednesday, 19th April 2017

Knockboy ICA

Knockboy ica members please take note . Our next meeting has been changed to Thursday April 20th because of holy week. This is our AGM , we would like to see all members attend and a new committee formed.

Southside CBDI Coffee Morning

SHY Centre, St. Johns Park on Wednesday 3rd May, 10am-1pm.

10.30-11.30: Group Reiki - Mary Coady, Ann Martin, Lyndsey McCarthy

11.30-12.30: Coffee & Cake

12.30-1.30: Group Hand Massage - Breda Phelan, Mary Coady, Phyl Coady

12.30-1.30: Group Neck and Shoulder - (Please wear loose comfortable clothing) - Gina Mitman, Matt Sutton, Jackie Owens.

Holistic Treatment €10. All proceeds go to Southside. Enquiries, contact Lyndsey, 087-6394065.

Barony of Gaultier Historical Society

The Barony of Gaultier Historical Society is pleased to announce the last of its spring series of talks. This talk will be presented by Liam Murphy. Liam will speak on the subject of “The Life

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Wednesday, 19th April 2017

Bringing a dog into Ireland

Question

I am moving back to Ireland after living in Greece for some years. Am I allowed to bring my dog with me?

Answer

There are strict controls about importing pets into Ireland to ensure that diseases such as rabies are not introduced. The EU system of passports for pets allows cats, dogs and ferrets to travel between EU member states.

You may bring your dog with you if you are moving to Ireland or coming on holiday (or any other movement that is not commercial and doesn’t involve the sale or change of ownership of the pet). Your dog must have an EU Pet Passport. This is available from private veterinary practices.

The Passport certifies that the pet is travelling from an eligible country, is identified by an implanted microchip and has been vaccinated against rabies at least 21 days

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Wednesday, 19th April 2017

By Bill Sones and Rich Sones, PhD

Q. How amazing can some coincidences seem when they hit the news? This one is from an AP report of May 2, 1983.

A. Consider that Patricia Kern of Colorado and Patricia DiBiasi of Oregon were both born March 13, 1941 and both named Patricia Ann Campbell. Additionally, “both had fathers named Robert, worked as bookkeepers, and at the time of this comparison had children ages 21 and 19. Both studied cosmetology, enjoyed oil painting as a hobby, and married military men, within 11 days of each other,” say David G. Myers and C. Nathan Dewall in “Exploring Psychology”.

What was behind this unusual twinning? Nothing at all. The two are not genetically related, let alone twins!

Q. You’ve got 10 coins on the table and 3 empty wide-rimmed tapered glasses A, B and C. You bet

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Wednesday, 19th April 2017

New JCB children’s glasses roll into Specsavers

ITS iconic yellow diggers are famed the world over and now JCB has joined forces with Specsavers to bring a seriously stand-out range of children’s glasses to stores nationwide.

With sturdy acetate frames and soft rubber temple tips, the JCB collection has been designed with outgoing youngsters in mind, providing maximum comfort and extreme style.

The bold range includes six different glasses, with designs featuring JCB’s favourite digger character - Joey JCB for younger wearers - as well as more tough and sleek styles for older children, aged up to nine.

Specsavers Ireland chairperson Sinead Clohessy says: ‘We’re thrilled to be partnering with JCB to launch these fun glasses. Kids who dig diggers can pick up a pair from 5 April, when the new collection lands in Specsavers stores nationwide.’

Dig the look for just €55 per pair

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Wednesday, 19th April 2017

Waterford Today weekly horoscopes

Wednesday 12th April - Tuesday 19th April

Aries 21st March-21st April

Don’t be surprised if your inner ram appears around male figures in your life. You’re quite likely to butt heads with significant male influences in your life now, partners, fathers, bosses etc. thanks to Pluto joining the retrograde party. It could be that you need to step out from under their influence in some area, or that you need to stand up and assert your independence.

Taurus 22nd April-21st May

Mercury retrograde often causes havoc with communication - usually in technical areas - phones, emails and messenger services not working as they should. But you might find this week the communication device which is not working properly is your own mouth! Don’t be surprised if you seem to be tripping over your words or can’t seem to get your point

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Wednesday, 19th April 2017

The new-generation Expert has been crowned Irish Van of the Year 2017, alongside its sister vans the Citroen Dispatch and Toyota Proace. The award was voted upon by a jury of Ireland’s most experienced van journalists, in association with Continental Tyres. The accolade comes as the Peugeot brand enjoys further van growth this year (+10.7% March YTD), climbing to a 7.1% market share in Ireland.

Des Cannon, Managing Director at Gowan Distributors Limited, Peugeot Importers in Ireland said, “We are thrilled with the Irish Van of the Year award. The new Expert is not only a tremendously good looking van, it is very keenly priced and has excellent levels of comfort and safety equipment as standard. With improved driving dynamics, a greater variety of body lengths and body types and unparalleled driving performance, the new Expert promises to deliver continued growth

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Wednesday, 19th April 2017

As part of WIT Students' Union's (WITSU) Equality & Inclusion Week 2017, gender-neutral bathrooms have been opened across all WIT campuses. The week is centered around respecting difference and celebrating diversity through a number of campaigns and events.

33 gender-neutral bathrooms are now available throughout the Cork Road Campus, 12 in the West Campus, 4 in the College Street Campus, 1 in the Granary Campus and 1 in the Applied Technology Building resulting in a total of 51 bathrooms being opened.

Gender specific bathrooms are potentially unsafe and intimidating places for a variety of people. People with disabilities who need the assistance of an attendant of a different gender are unable to access facilities. Families with children report difficulty taking their different-sex children (such as mothers with sons, fathers with daughters) into bathrooms. Another problem that arises in a gendered space is

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Wednesday, 19th April 2017

On Good Friday over 16 locations in Ireland had vigils outside hospitals in what was the start of a campaign that aims to tackle the inadequacies in the Irish health system. Under the banner of the Still Waiting campaign communities organised to demand better health care.

Health Care worker, Cyril Brennan who initiated the campaign said, ‘overcrowding, waiting lists and staff shortages needs to be tackled. We are in the middle of a national crisis. Each year 350 people die waiting for the care they need on lists that are spiralling out of control. There is now over 650,000 people on lists, many of which have been there for years with worsening conditions. The government chooses to stick its head in the sand while people are forced to accept a sub-standard health service that puts adults and children’s lives in danger.

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Wednesday, 19th April 2017

With Breda Gardner Homeopath, lcph, mcos, rgn

Health Therapies Clinic

13 Gladstone Street, Waterford.

Tel: 087 2025753.

Insight Natural Health Clinic

15 Upper Patrick St, Kilkenny

Tel: 056 7724429

Exams are a headache!

For some students, exams literally are a headache. Long hours sat at a desk studying can upset the body’s balance and metabolism, resulting in a range of symptoms: headaches, sore backs, bad skin, indigestion and so on. As ever, prevention is better than cure. In my experience, there is almost always an underlying, maintaining cause of imbalance in the body, and if you can identify and address that cause, you have a good chance of making things better. In the case of headaches around exams, here is some advice that might work for you:

Take a break: it may sound obvious, but it still needs to be said. Take a break from the books or computer

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Wednesday, 19th April 2017

You shouldn’t be embarrassed to wear dentures, after all they should be a replacement of your natural teeth that are missing. Dentures are made to fill the gaps or spaces left behind when you lose a tooth or all of your teeth for whatever reason

Think of Dentures like a pair of shoes - in many ways they ARE like shoes.

Like shoes, dentures should be the right size for you, they should fit you properly.

They shouldn’t slip or drop down or rock from side to side or give you sores and blisters or embarrass you in any way.

Dentures should do the job they’re supposed to do so dentures should function properly so you can eat and chew through food. And they should look great, like they were meant to be there. Dentures should make you feel great.

And just on a side

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    Waterford Institute of TechnologyWaterford Institute of Technology is once again making national headlines for all the wrong reasons. At the recent Public Accounts Committee meeting representatives of WIT were questioned and in turn left more questionsunanswered. The Chairman of the P.A.C. Sean Fleming, T.D.,Fianna Fail, called the failure to have up to date accounts for W.I.T. as “disgraceful”.Faced with a deficit of €15m. the financial problems facing the Institute are very …

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