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Paws 4 Thought

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Is this your dog?

New Year’s resolutions for foodies

New Year’s resolutions are a bit like cooking a perfect soufflé, lots of thought and preparation go in to the making but the result is often less than hoped for. However, on the assumption that some good might come from said resolutions, then it is perhaps worth putting pen to paper. I am listing here some which might be worth consideration and also my fantasy resolutions for 2011.

Was 2010 good or bad for food and restaurants in Galway?

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The answer to this question is like many other questions, it depends; it depends on which side of the counter you are. For consumers, I think it has been a good year, prices for most items are better than before and I don’t believe quality has suffered. For business owners, it has been tough; however most have survived and hopefully most will survive through 2011.

Ruth Cadden’s Seductive Mythology

LAST FRIDAY at the Town Hall saw the opening of a striking new exhibition by artist Ruth Cadden entitled Seductive Mythology.

Staying safe tips for Leaving Cert graduates

Now that it has become a tradition for some young people to go away together to celebrate their Leaving Cert results, The Dublin Rape Crisis Centre has devised the following staying safe tips for young people.

GOLF NOTES

Galway Golf Club’s Eddie McCormack (+3) has been included in the team to represent Ireland in the Home Internationals that take place at Ashburnham Golf Club, Wales from August 11 to 13. The Cavan golfer, who plays out of the Galway club, has enjoyed consistent form throughout 2010 - a beaten finalist in the West of Ireland, third-round leader in the East of Ireland championship, and two singles wins for Connacht in the recent interprovincial series at Ballinrobe Golf club.

Moate residence - convenient in all respects

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Cois na hAbhainn is an excellent new development on Station Road, adjacent to Moate Golf Course and Clubhouse. 

O&O Conservatories offer the perfect sunroom

Do you want to build a sunroom for under €20,000?

Go Victorian on your bathroom

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The bathroom is the perfect place to add all the charm and opulence of the Victorian era. The timelessness design of the Adelphi suite has been the best selling collection from the Shires portfolio to date. Combining tradition and quality, the easy clean glaze of the suite brings a modern benefit to make your life that little bit easier.

Ballyfoyle Park, Ballyfoyle, Kilkenny

Unfurnished, 1 Year Lease

 

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