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As the evenings lengthen towards the summer solstice I hope you have been able to enjoy some time outside in the garden. This is the time of year when your garden furniture comes into its own so if yours is tired or past its best it might be time to think about investing in some new pieces. As a firm believer in the benefits of sitting down and enjoying the garden as much as possible, I look upon outdoor furniture as one of the most valuable investments in your garden, and it’s often overlooked in favour of hard landscaping and plants when planning your space. This is why I always include advice on the best furniture as an integral part of a garden design.
Gardaí in Castlebar are investigating a fatal road traffic collision that occurred on the Westport Road (N5) outside Castlebar at 8.30am yesterday morning, Thursday, June 14.
While there are a number of steps you can take to protect your eyesight including using computer glasses, a blue light filter screen and replacing fluorescent tube lighting with warm white lighting, limiting the amount of time you spend in front of a screen is the best way to protect your eyesight. Regular vision tests, eye screening and advice on how to protect your eyes is an important part of managing your eye health and a tailored health insurance plan can help you manage the costs and access specialist ocular services. To find out more, give Hennelly Finance, Ireland’s go-to health insurance advisors, a call on 091 670 123.
Emma joined Slimming World 18 months ago, within that time she has transformed her life, her relationship with food, gained a support network and has lost over two and a half stone.
The pub is now to Ireland what the bistro has long been to France, that is a place of reliable cooking to be found across the country. Just as the French bistro is likely to have a menu of frisée and lardon salad, some steak frites and an apple tart, so the Irish pub will offer a terrine or pate, a burger and something involving beetroot and goat's cheese to start. There will be a fish dish, probably pork belly and rib eye for mains, and a chocolate fondant, crème brûlée, and lemon tart to finish. This is all excellent. They are sturdy, trustworthy dishes, the Ronseal of restaurant food. Either they are executed well or they are not great. Either way pub food culture will always be marked by its ordinary, not its exceptional.
Galway-and Mayo-based SJK Architects were celebrating last weekend when their design of Westport’s new school Scoil Phádraig was recognized by two prestigious awards at the 2018 Irish Architecture Awards gala event held at Dublin’s Mansion House.
One of the hoary auld reliables of the newspaper game is when your publication date coincides with April Fools Day. It is the one day of the year when the normal stuff that passes for local news is embellished into extraordinary auld stuff designed to catch the eye, but to be not too good to actually convince people that it is true. I remember about a decade ago, on one April 2, fielding calls from some concerned parishioners of the Cathedral who were shocked to hear our story of the previous day that a Monsignor Faproilio from The Vatican was introducing ATM-style confessionals in the Cathedral, from which you would receive your penance on a small receipt.
Sherry FitzGerald is offering No 2 Belsize Court for sale by private treaty. This is a lovely three-bedroom semi-detached home, situated in Belsize Court, Laurel Park, Newcastle.
Clubs, projects and individuals in County Westmeath who have benefited from National Lottery Good Cause funding have been invited to enter an exciting new national competition with the chance of winning €35,000.
This Friday, June 15, The Prince Bar and kitchen are excited to be hosting an evening called ‘A Taste of The Prince’.