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Evergreen natural beauty bundle

During the summer many of us will be going on a well-earned holiday and or attending festivals, weddings, barbecues, and parties. So it's important that we look and feel at our best. To help you achieve this, the team at Evergreen Healthfoods have put together a fabulous beauty bundle that contains three of their most popular beauty products.

Spruce up your garden with Colourfence — the ultimate garden fence

The holy grail of fencing is transforming gardens across the UK and Ireland. It may do "exactly what it says on the tin" but let's face it, treating a timber fence can never be called fun.

Spruce up your garden with Colourfence — the ultimate garden fence

The holy grail of fencing is transforming gardens across the UK and Ireland. It may do "exactly what it says on the tin" but let's face it, treating a timber fence can never be called fun.

Deliberately set gorse fires blamed for Cloosh Valley catastrophe

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The fire in Cloosh Valley near Oughterard, which has destroyed more than 1,000 hectares of forestry is believed to have originated from deliberately set gorse fires, which subsequently spread into Coillte owned forestry.

Spruce up your garden with Colourfence — the ultimate garden fence

The holy grail of fencing is transforming gardens across the UK and Ireland. It may do “exactly what it says on the tin” but let’s face it, treating a timber fence can never be called fun.

Gentian Hill

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The correct name for this promontory is Blake’s Hill which comprises approximately 30 acres. Gentian Hill was a much smaller area further north, but nowadays the whole area is referred to as Gentian Hill. An extract from O’Donovan’s Letters described it as follows: “Here in Blake’s Hill over the sea, whither the young men of Galway were wont to come on horseback on the third day of their May game, and there dine between the hill and the castle of Barna. Sir Moragh O’Flaherty of Aughamore defeated an army out of Clanricard on the 22nd of June 1564 on the strand at Traybane, Cnoc an Blacaigh.”

Spruce up your garden with Colourfence — the ultimate garden fence

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The holy grail of fencing is transforming gardens across the UK and Ireland. It may do "exactly what it says on the tin" but let's face it, treating a timber fence can never be called fun.

A Easter treat with The Frank and Walters

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Legendary Irish band The Frank and Walters are coming to the Garbo’s Venue this Easter. The Frank and Walters are synonymous with great albums, radio hits, and a live show that has taken them all over the world during the course of a celebrated and critically acclaimed career. Their new album, Songs for the Walking Wounded, delivered more classic Franks’ melodies, alongside some poignant tracks on what is perhaps the band’s most personal album to date.

Spruce up your garden with Colourfence — the ultimate garden fence

The holy grail of fencing is transforming gardens across the UK and Ireland. It may do "exactly what it says on the tin" but let's face it, treating a timber fence can never be called fun.

Has our best summer month just left us?

In terms of Irish summer months, June was very good to us. June does make a case for being Ireland’s best summer month. The highest temperature ever recorded in Ireland was 33.3°C at Kilkenny Castle in June 1887. One of the highest temperatures recorded in Mayo since the early 1940s was 30.5°C, recorded at Claremorris in June 1983. What is in store for us weather-wise in the coming months? There are alternative forecasts to RTÉ’s nightly offering which often seems to hedge its bets and contradict itself by the end of the broadcast. Long before Evelyn Cusack appeared on television, local folklore determined what weather may be expected.

 

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