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The highlight of the event will be a talk by architect and TV broadcaster Declan O’Donnell, as well as other speakers such as interior designer Niamh O’Donovan. Admission is free but there are limited tickets available. Anyone thinking of attending can book through Eventbrite for an exciting afternoon of renovation information accompanied by cupcakes and tea.
When you walk into your home what does it remind you of? A showhouse or an example of feng shui at its best? If so, well done, take a bow.
The Snug has a great lineup of live sporting coverage and music to keep you entertained this coming weekend.
This week marks the 25th UN International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer, commemorating the date of the signing of the Montreal Protocol which brought about a global initiative to ban Ozone Depleting Substances. Two Irish scientific atmospheric monitoring stations have played a significant role assessing the planet’s success in saving the ozone layer.
A new web service has been launched which will allow people to check the quality of air in Westmeath.
been launched which will allow people to check the quality of air in Westmeath.
New research initiated by teams at NUI Galway and the University of Helsinki has revealed that the true rate of global warming caused by greenhouse gases has been masked by the cooling effects of tiny airborne particles. According to the research these atmospheric aerosols — also known as particulate matter — form reflective haze and cloud layers which lead to an aerosol cooling effect. However new technologies and stricter environmental controls will see that effect reduced in the years ahead.
Do you find it difficult to close your cupboards, get around your bedroom without tripping or find important documents in a hurry?
If you have decided not to sell your house but instead to do some clever renovating , then call into The Red Barn, in Briarhill Business Park to help you with some ideas.