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Frizzy hair can be a nuisance. You wash, dry and style your locks but as soon as you brave the elements - boom, uncontrollable, static frizz.
DSI install and service intruder alarm systems, CCTV systems and Gate Automation solutions, for residential and business customers in Kilkenny and surrounding counties.
New research has revealed that drinking just one cup of regular black tea per day may help to protect against cardiovascular disease, thereby keeping the heart healthy. This is the first study to show that drinking black tea, depending on the dose, reduces both blood pressure and arterial stiffness, helping to maintain a person’s cardiovascular health. The research was conducted at the University of L’Aquila in Italy and supported by the Lipton Institute of Tea.
The winter is fast approaching and the darker evenings can sometimes invite unwanted guests into your home or business.
Safefood today launched a new advertising campaign to highlight common and widespread poor food hygiene practices in the home as new research revealed that 84 per cent of people did not thoroughly wash their hands after handling raw chicken.
Safefood has launched a new campaign to highlight common and widespread poor food hygiene practices in the home, as new research revealed that 84 per cent of people did not thoroughly wash their hands after handling raw chicken.
Even if you have locks for your home’s windows and doors, thieves will still find ways to get around them easily. All they need is a certain set of burglary tools and they are in. It is that simple for a home invader. That is why it is important that you get a home security system installed in your home so you don't have an invader or break-in occurring in your home.
Packing for holidays or even a weekend break can be a real headache, especially on the beauty front when you realise how much space separate cleanser, cotton wool, face scrub, toner and moisturiser take up.
A local company launched its internationally accredited Basic Cleanroon Technology Training Programme at the Clayton Hotel recently.
Several of Kilkenny’s star hurlers will face an added challenge this season following the implementation of a new rule making the wearing of helmets compulsory while playing hurling.