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The Galway City Council will this week collect the "hundreds of bags filled with green cuttings" which have been "left out on green areas in a number of city estates" in recent weeks.
Aldi Ireland today announced that customers in Mayo will be among the first in Ireland to take part in trialling new reusable fruit and vegetable bags made from 100% recycled plastic bottles.
Wearing the same PPE for seven weeks, running out of morgue space and body bags and a lack of beds — these were some of the conditions a Galway nurse working in the US, described in an interview this week.
Whatever room in your home you are decorating, there is usually one element which pulls everything together.
Martin Divilly moves with the times — his butcher outlets in Westside and Terryland Shopping Centre have come up with an innovative way to cut down on plastic in his shops — Now they encourage their customers to bring their own containers and their staff are only happy to fill them.
The Fits-More-Than-a-Mint Clutch
It may seem a bit early to be thinking about back-to-school equipment in July, but picking up a few items now will spread the inevitable cost involved. And these are cool enough to want to bring with you on your summer holiday!
Despite what you might think, it is easy to get rid of unwanted baggage — at least the kind that resides beneath your lower lids. Lots of us are familiar with these under eye bags, caused by everything from late nights to genetics. The skin around your eyes is the most sensitive, delicate, skin on your body, thus it is the most susceptible to damage.
There is a state of confusion among Galway city’s retailers who sell refuse and recycling bags and the City Council over new waste management regulations due to commence on July 1.
Getting fit is no easy chore and personally I am allergic to the gym. However I go anyway to keep fit and healthy and the odd time I actually enjoy myself, and with Olympic mania already gaining momentum, there is no time like 2012 to get sporty. I have never been a fan of tracksuits but with the increasing popularity of classes like Bikram yoga and Pilates, the range of gym and leisure wear now available in Ireland is at an all-time high. I will point out the obvious and say that comfort and fit are the most important, and depending on whether you like to walk, run, or go to classes, there is a practical element to your choice of clothing. The good news is that it is all very affordable.