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Mother’s Day is fast approaching and SALT @ The Glass Factory is launching Afternoon Tea just in time for the big day. If you’ve been struggling with ideas for what to buy the most important woman in your life, this could be the answer you’ve been seeking.
Breakfast is widely regarded as the most important meal of the day, but in our fast-paced society we often neglect our own needs in the morning as we rush to get the children ready for school, walk the dog, and strive to beat rush-hour traffic.
Silica is a necessary trace element in the human body.
If you are looking to give your home that upgrade you've always wanted to, now is the time to do it. Why wait until the cold winter months when there will be freezing cold winds and overcast skies hampering your efforts? Advertiser.ie has some suggestions that you can take on with the sun at your back.
Buying new PVC double glazed windows or doors for your home? Athlone’s first A-rated energy efficient PVC window and door manufacturer has the perfect solution for your home.
John Quinn & Co has just received instructions to offer for sale No 40 Glenina Heights, Dublin Road, Galway, a well maintained family home with spacious living accommodation.
A priest is appealing to mindless vandals, who are continuously breaking a valuable window at a city centre church, to consider the impact of their actions. There has been 20 separate incidents recorded at the Augustinian Church over the past 18 months.
A revolutionary new approach to upgrading and improving existing uPVC windows – that costs half the price of installing new ones – is sweeping across Ireland. The initiative involves simply replacing window panes in the home with the latest hi-tech, energy-efficient, glass and it is a simple, affordable, concept that pays for itself over time through significantly reduced energy bills.
Countless collisions have occurred due to blind spots created by sun glare and the distance perception problems that are created. Driving directly against the sun can also block peripheral areas of vision and cause sudden moments of blindness as the sun peeks out from behind surrounding objects. Noel Gibbons, road safety officer with Mayo County Council, said: “We can't change the position of the sun, or the need to travel at certain times, but there are simple steps you can take to ensure you're prepared for these conditions. Keep your windscreen clean, both inside and out. On de-mist, your heater blows traffic fumes, suspended oil, and smoke on to the inside of the screen, and wet roads add dirt and scratches to the outside. Dirty windscreens add to the danger when the sun is low. If you can't see, slow down accordingly, keeping an eye on the traffic behind, in case the following vehicle doesn't see you against the sun. Also beware with these fine evenings there are more pedestrians and cyclists on the road.”