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Kix Electronic Cigarettes, market leader in a rapidlygrowing electronic cigarette industry throughout Ireland, has recently opening a vaping outlet at 3 Cross Street Lower.
The recent trade mission to the Gulf states of Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and the United Arab Emirates by An Taoiseach Enda Kenny and Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton saw good news for Mayo with the announcement of a deal involving Westport based Portwest. The company which specialises in the design and manufacture of high performance work wear has recently established a distribution centre in the UAE, where it services the Middle East and African markets. This new deal is expected to create up to 50 new jobs in the company headquarters in Westport.
One of the best cookery programmes of the last few weeks has been Rick’s India on the BBC with the English restaurateur, chef, and cookery-school owner once again donning his signature blue and pink shirts embarking on a culinary odyssey in search of the world’s best food.
THE GALWAY Comedy Festival may be done and dusted for another year but comedy fans are in for another special treat next week as the inimitable Jimeoin comes to the Róisín Dubh on Tuesday November 6 as part of his current tour, Jimeoin - What?!
BRIAN HOLTON is something of a one-man Tower of Babel. Among the languages he grew up with or learned are English, Scots, French, Greek, Latin, Swahili, Hausa, Yoruba, Spanish, Italian, Catalan, and Chinese.
A natural pedicure method originating from Turkey and practised all over the Far East – fish pedicure – is a skin treatment that massages your feet using garra ruffa fish. It is a great experience which is something new that feels fantastic.
Galway medical technology company Aerogen is representing the Irish medical technology industry in the final of the Engineers Ireland Excellence Award.
In a week that has seen the presidential race gather pace with the addition of three high profile candidates, three more hopefuls put their case to Kilkenny County Council.
Musgrave in Galway has undergone a transformation with a €1 million investment in its MarketPlace cash and carry outlet in Galway.
Franchising is the way to go for many successful business people in Ireland with the sector having just recorded growth of 15 per cent to €2.4 billion in revenue.