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Tuesday, 23rd April 2013

Ballybeg Community Development project awarded funding for 3 years in a bid to help tackle Food Poverty

safefood has announced that a local Waterford Community Food Initiative is one of nine all island recipients to receive funding for the Community Food Initiatives Programme 2013-15, which aims to positively influence the eating habits of families in low income communities. The Ballybeg Family Growing Project aims to engage vulnerable families living in the Ballybeg estate to raise their awareness and knowledge of healthy eating by providing a practical skills-based education programme of growing and cooking.

Each Community Food Initiative will receive funding annually over a period of three years to set up, manage and sustain their project, with safefood investing up to €45,000 per project.

Speaking at the launch, Dr Cliodhna

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Tuesday, 23rd April 2013

Buy My Dress Waterford was officially launched on Wednesday 10th April by Waterford Heroine Niamh Briggs, Captain of Ireland's Womens Senior Rugby Team and Winner of the 2013 Grand Slam. The launch took place in the exquisite Atheneum House Hotel which will host this year's Big Sale on Sunday May 26th at 11.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m. Niamh who is very familiar with the event had this to say "I'm thrilled to be here and part of a charity that means so much to me. I would urge everybody to root out those dresses and to start donating your nearest drop off point which can be located on the website http://www.downsyndromecentre."

Buy My Dress is Ireland's largest 1 day Charity Dress Sale where thousands of dresses donated

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Tuesday, 23rd April 2013

Roy Keane is asking the people of Waterford to join his favourite team during May: not Sunderland or Manchester United but the team who will make this the 11th Annual Shades fundraiser for Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind a big success. Roy's favourite Charity desperately need funds in order to meet increased demand for their Guide Dogs for vision impaired persons and their Assistance Dogs for families of children with autism. The organisation has waiting lists of up to three years and is seeking to raise over 4 million this year to provide services which really do change lives.

Launching the campaign at the Irish Guide Dogs HQ surrounded by dogs and clients, Roy praised the commitment of the volunteers whom he said inspired him more than many of the famous faces he has played for or with. He added

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Tuesday, 23rd April 2013

Roz Purcell was on hand to mark thelaunch of the first ever Irish Greyhound Board Ladies Night at the Dogs, which will be happening at Kilcohan Greyhound Stadium on Friday April 26th.

Special ladies admission on these nights is just €5 and includes a complementary welcome drink upon arrival along with a free race programme and a fast paced night of entertaining racing. Ladies will also get the chance to enter a competition to win one of 30 weekend hotel breaks courtesy of Great National Hotels. Entry forms are located in race programmes.

Irish Greyhound Board Head of Marketing Orla Strumble said, "Our female followers are extremely important to us, and for that reason we felt that a weekend of racing should be dedicated to them. 69% of our restaurant bookers across Ireland are female and we value them as the lifeline

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Tuesday, 16th April 2013

ARE YOU A PARENT OF A DISABLED CHILD?

Would you like to meet with a group in a similar situation and learn to be a more effective voice for your child? Waterford Childcare Committees will host two Empowering Parents training course in partnership with DESSA. The courses will run in Waterford City & Dungarvan on one morning per week over a 7 week period. The DESSA Empowering Parents Programme seeks to support parents to acquire the knowledge and skills to effectively advocate on behalf of their child.

Why an Empowering Parents Programme?

Parenting is a big responsibility. It is often full of joy, but it can also be very hard work. It can often be even harder work if your child has a disability. All the usual things parents worry about can seem to get much bigger. Things like:

- How can I get

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Tuesday, 16th April 2013

Duration of Jobseeker's Benefit

Question: I have recently lost my job and I am applying for Jobseeker's Benefit. How long can I get the benefit for?

Answer: Jobseeker's Benefit is a weekly payment from the Department of Social Protection (DSP). It is paid to people who are out of work and are covered by social insurance (PRSI). If you qualify for Jobseeker's Benefit, how long you will get it for depends on how many paid PRSI contributions you have.

Before April 2013, if you had at least 260 paid contributions you could be paid Jobseeker's Benefit for up to 12 months. If you had less than 260 paid contributions you could be paid Jobseeker's Benefit for up to 9 months. If you were aged under 18, you would only get Jobseeker's Benefit for a maximum of 6 months.

The length of payment for Jobseeker's

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Tuesday, 16th April 2013

By Bill Sones and Rich Sones, PhD

Q. What was so special about Albert Einstein's brain that enabled him to become a towering scientific genius?

A. Perhaps just such a curiosity drove examining pathologist Thomas Harvey to photograph Einstein's brain after his death in 1955 and then cut it into 240 blocks, reports "Science" magazine. Only recently did these newly discovered photos prompt a re-examination of the original brain, as researchers led by Florida State Universit anthropologist Dean Falk analyzed 14 photos never previously made public (the journal "Brain").

When compared with records of 85 other brains in the scientific literature, the team found that Einstein's brain was indeed special: Though its size was just average, several regions displayed "unusual twists and folds," especially on the left side connected to the face and tongue. These folds were "much larger than normal," as was

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Tuesday, 16th April 2013

John Owens graduated from the Veterinary

College U. C. D. in 1997. He, along with his wife Susan, recently opened Ani-Pets veterinary clinic in Tramore, which is dedicated to the full time care of all companion animals, including exotic pets. He has a special interest in preventative medicine and nutrition.

Can I stop my dog's unwanted behaviour?

Dear 'Your Pet's Health',

I have a seven month old Yorkshire Terrier called "Teddy". Since we got him, he has been generally well behaved and shown normal dog behaviour, and he has become a big part of our family. Recently, he has shown some "unusual attraction" to his cushioned dog bed and for want of a better word, he is regularly humping it and this is getting more frequent. It is very embarrassing as he does it even more

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Tuesday, 16th April 2013

Clairvoyant - Numerologist – Astrologer Stan Phillips

To make an appointment for a personal reading at The Athanaeum House Hotel, Christendom,

Ferrybank Tel: 085 - 7355683

Online readings: stan@readingsforlife. com

Aries: March 21 – April 20

Life, and situations that have been concerning you, could be about to become more favourable. It is essential though, that you concentrate on the small, as well as the big things. I am always suggesting that people check everything before signing contracts and so forth – it is amazing how many of us don't - and there is a feeling that, in your case, all the small print will need to be looked at very carefully - and don't allow yourself to be rushed.

Taurus: April 21 – May 21

Trying to second guess the motives of other people can be futile and it is suggested that, in most cases, what you

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Tuesday, 16th April 2013

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

Clear your clutter!

We all need a certain amount of order in our lives, otherwise there would be chaos. When we work on being organised, we often find that our energy flows better. I have a kitchen cupboard into which I put a lot of my clutter, with the intention of sorting it out later. Whenever I do get round to clearing it out, even though I can't see inside the cupboard, I feel as if the kitchen has more space and light. A clean and tidy room feels a whole lot different to a messy and dirty one!

Now that spring seems to have finally arrived, it's a good time to declutter all the unwanted books, clothes, furniture and

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    Republican Icon diesThe death of Martin McGuinness in Derry yesterday morning brings to an end the life of one of the most remarkable Republicans ever in the history of the movement. A person who made the transition from violent militarism to a key figure in the peace process in Northern Ireland. He died aged 66 in Derry’s Altanagelvin Hospital with his family by his bedside.A former member of the IRA’S Army Council he became Sinn Fein’s Chief negotiator in the peace process. He led the Sinn Fein P …

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