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Decorate, renovate, and protect with B&C Paint Centre

It is that time of year again when you get the urge to cheer up your home with a dash of colour and perhaps give the kitchen units a new look. It is cheaper to paint units than to replace them, and easier than you think.

Dusty Banjos classes and sessions return

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THE DUSTY BANJOS traditional music class is back this month with classes taking place upstairs in the Western Hotel, Prospect Hill, on Thursday evenings.

The finest floors and doors from Timeless Floors

Timeless Floors specialises in supplying and fitting wooden floors and doors. The company also provides a dust free sanding and restoration service.

Massive growth potential for Irish businesses on internet

Opportunities for massive growth for Irish businesses exists online but are largely ignored, a leading technical consultant revealed during a Mayo Ideas Week seminar last week.

It is child’s play at Loughboy Library

Loughboy Library is launching a new facility for tots from September 30.

Manga drawing workshop

THE AWARD winning Galway animator and cartoonist John Jennings will host a Manga drawing workshop at the Galway City Museum on Saturdays from 2pm to 3pm from April 17 to May 22.

The Bahh Band to release new EP

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MATTU NOONE left behind a career in playing angst ridden rock bands in Australia when he discovered an exotic instrument in India - the 25 stringed sarod.

Austrian ensemble to play Parade Tower on eve of Patrick’s Day

The Ensemble Woodwind from Mautern in Austria are playing in the Parade Tower, Kilkenny Castle on March 16. The ensemble consist of five professional musicians playing clarinet.

New album brings traditional flute back into focus

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Following his critically-acclaimed duet album with fiddler John McEvoy in 2007, Roscommon flute-player John Wynne releases a new album which brings his solo playing back into focus.

Standard Printers invests €4million in new technology

Galway-based print company, Standard Printers, have completed a €4million investment over the past two years in a range of new state of the art print technology which includes its most recent acquisition, the Xerox iGen4 digital press, the first of its kind to be installed in Ireland.


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