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The Galway Advertiser celebrates its 45th birthday today, April 16, 2015. The paper first appeared on April 16, 1970 - an eight-page edition with a print run of 7,000.
The next free seminar organised by Online Marketing in Galway will feature Aoife Kelly of Dublin-based Dreamwedding and Fergal Costello, of Touchwood.ie.
Ireland’s oldest children's charity the ISPCC has launched its Holly Bake fundraiser sponsored by Betty Crocker.
The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (BAI) has issued revised versions of its General and Children’s Commercial Communications Codes. The Codes have been updated to include rules to be applied to the promotion of High Fat, Salt and Sugar (HFSS) food to children. The rules will come into effect on September 2 and will apply to all radio and television broadcasters regulated in the Republic of Ireland. Commercial communications include advertising, sponsorship and other forms of commercial announcements.
The International School of Make-up Artistry has been in business for 25 years specialising in make-up artistry courses from beginners to advanced levels, and is constantly updating with cosmetic products and fashion trends.
The International School of Make-up Artistry has been in business for 25 years, specialising in make-up artistry courses from beginners to advanced levels, and is constantly updating with new cosmetic products and trends.
North Connemara is among the landscape highlights featured in a new ad campaign aimed at boosting the country’s tourism industry.
If you are starting up or running a small business, the Kilkenny County Enterprise Board is running free taster sessions which provide a short introduction to some of their 2011 Training Programmes. A taster session will help you decide if the course is for you.
The International School of Make Up Artistry is currently taking enrolments for courses commencing in March.
The Mayo Advertiser celebrates its fourth birthday this week and as a big thank you to all our readers, supporters, and business clients, we are throwing a party in the form of lots of competitions and giveaways for you to win. Prizes include a fabulous two night stay in the bridal suite of one of the county’s foremost four star hotels - the McWilliam Park in Claremorris (no, you don’t have to be married or getting married - just loved up); an amazing €150 hamper from Staunton’s Pharmacy in Castlebar filled with top name beauty and pampering goodies; 1,000 complimentary business cards from Halligan Print in Castlebar to help budding entrepreneurs enjoy further success; a complimentary Aveda natural hair colour and new-look cut at Petals Hair & Beauty in Westport (worth more than €80), plus a chance to win a complete new make-over as part of a glamour fashion show supported by our sister paper, the Galway Advertiser. Read our competition page inside for further details - and best of luck!