Search Results for 'Gorey Co'

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Goresbridge horse sale a huge success

THE Goresbridge ‘Go for Gold’ event horse sale took place in Gorey, Co Wexford on Thursday night last and was a huge success, with 36 of the lots on offer selling for an average price of €17,603.

Westmeath FBD Young Farmer of the Year announced

The Westmeath FBD Young Farmer of the Year county finalist has been announced as Claire Rynn. She will go on to represent her county at the semi-final of the 13th annual FBD Young Farmer of the Year Competition, run by Macra na Feirme in partnership with the IFA.

Ardrahan man is named Young Farmer of the Year for Galway

A 25-year-old beef and sheep farmer from Ardrahan has been named this week as the Galway FBD Young Farmer of the Year.

The weight loss doctor

Dr Eva Orsmond is probably best known for her role as RTE’s hugely popular Operation Transformation diet and nutrition expert. Her battle to re-educate people on health and fitness is changing hundreds of people’s lives every day.

Double tournament delight for O’Loughlin Gaels

A problem, which arose from a mix up in dates last Saturday, ended splendidly for the managers of the O'Loughlin Gael's under 10 hurling team.

Early diagnosis - key to helping ADHD sufferers

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Rose Kavanagh of the Irish National Council of ADHD support groups which is based at Ballybane Enterprise Centre, believes the early diagnosis and treatment of ADHD is the key to helping sufferers maximise their potential and “reach for the stars”.

Fundraising concert in aid of injured Callan man who came out of three-month coma

A fund-raising event is taking place for a young Kilkenny man who has recently come out of a coma following a traumatic head injury which he received last year.

Whatever happened to Barry’s tea? And other food conundrums

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Barry’s tea still has that kick-awake taste in the morning when you take the first gulp; but tea in general has changed, and changed dramatically. Just look at the choice of teas next time you reach for a packet. Where once there was only Lyons, Barry’s and PG Tips, now there has to be a choice of at least 50 different blends including herbal, organic, loose or bagged, or the plain ordinary black. And I was surprised to learn that there are at lest two tea blenders in Galway; including Solaris Botanicals, which not only won last month’s Junior Chamber of Ireland Entrepreneur of the Year, but in the same week clinched a deal to supply Harrods of London.


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