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An Apple a Day

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If there is one kind of tree most of my clients ask for, it’s an apple tree. If you’re lucky enough to have the space for an orchard, there are many magical ways to incorporate such a wonderful feature, but even much smaller gardens can accommodate a fruit tree or two with careful planning.

On the Wine Shelf...

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Zonte’s Footstep Langhorne Creek 2011 (Independents, €14.99)

Healthcare entrepreneur wins €25,000 “Giving a Start” competition

Two Kilkenny enterprises have made it to the final of the 2010/11 JFC Innovation Awards, with a prize fund worth €40,000.

Great value fruit trees at Keane’s Garden Centre

Keane’s Garden Centre, Kilcolgan is kicking off the growing season with great special offers on fruit trees. Apple is the most popular fruit tree for the Irish gardener but our climate is suitable for many other types of fruit tree.

Wild and Wonderful

Since it’s Hallowe’en this evening you’re probably braced for the patter of tiny feet beneath a panoply of fearsome costumes and the piping of tiny voices shrilly demanding “trick or treat, trick or treat”. While trick or treating is a relatively recent tradition that in its current form has come across the Atlantic, there are many other customs relating to Hallowe’en – or All Hallows Eve – that have fallen out of favour over the years.

An apple a day...

Ireland’s first National Bramley Week, which is organised by the Irish Apple Growers’ Association in conjunction with Bord Bia, takes place from November 10 to 16.

Turn back the clock the natural way

I just turned the big 30 and because I also got engaged just two days before my birthday it really took the emphasis off getting older. Now don’t get me wrong I don’t feel old and for one certainly don’t think 30 is ancien, but I am well aware of the fact I need to take care of my health and overall appearance that bit more now.

An apple a day...

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Ireland's first National Bramley Week takes place from November 10-16, 2008. Organised by the Irish Apple Growers Association in conjunction with Bord Bia, the week long consumer awareness campaign will include the launch of a dedicated interactive website featuring mouth watering Bramley Apple recipe suggestions. The versatile, quick, and easy recipes will dispel any myths that cooking apples are restricted to traditional recipes and granny's apple pie!

Silver Apples @ Róisín Dubh

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BORN FROM the psychedelic US underground scene of the late 1960s, the Silver Apples were a duo whose experimental music helped pave the way for techno and indie rock.


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