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Autumn/winter fashion at Zara, Athlone Towncentre

Looking for inspiration on the key trends for autumn? Zara has all the answers with the arrival of its autumn/winter collection to Athlone Towncentre.

Cahoots’ Pied Piper goes operatic

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ONE OF the more intriguing shows at this year’s Baboró festival for children is The Musician from Northern Ireland’s Cahoots Theatre Company.

Autumn/winter trends from Style Plus

Autumn is here and it’s time to get out the warmer pieces that have been hiding in the back of your wardrobe since the end of April, and invest in a few key pieces to get you stylishly through the winter.

Emus spotted in Newtownsmith

Despite the clear and sunny skies, October has seen a steady drop in temperature, sparking the need for warm and comfortable footwear for a number of everyday activities.

Thirty wedding dresses at just €100 each in Belladonna Bridal

An amazing three day sale takes place in Belladonna Bridal this Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. There are 30 dresses to take away for just €100 each, more dresses at €400, and some others at greatly reduced prices.

Reusable cloth nappies — a cheaper option

Nappies are a huge expense. They are a necessity for parents, so we often take the cost for granted, and because we get used to buying them on a weekly basis, the overall cost is probably never considered. But when you consider that one baby will need upwards of 6,000 nappies over a two-year period, it certainly adds up.

More value for your weight in gold

TheGoldRetriever.com has recently topped The Afternoon Show’s poll on five cash-for-gold providers. Carrying out a mystery shopping experiment, The Afternoon Show consumer expert, Tina Leonard approached all the gold buyers with the same piece of gold jewellery to see which buyer offered the highest cash return. TheGoldRetriever.com was the top buyer with a 16 per cent higher cash return than other providers.

Safety first this Halloween

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A lack of funding will see community warden patrols finish before dark on Halloween night, leaving bonfire safety to the Garda, and fire services, according to chairman of the joint policing committee, Councillor Padraig Conneely.

NUIG leads UNESCO study in Zambia

The UNESCO Child, Youth and Civic Engagement team, based in NUIG, is to take part in an international collaborative research project on civic engagement, youth, and gender in Zambia.

Specialist wig stylist at MOHH

Cancer is affecting an increasing number of people in Ireland, and hair loss is a well-documented side effect of cancer treatments.

 

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