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Taking care

A study was recently performed by Triton showers to determine how we like to clean ourselves. The survey asked 250 people across five locations in Ireland and it was determined that 50 per cent of those surveyed spend a minimum of 10 minutes in the shower with 14 per cent having two showers a day. It is pretty clear that we like to take care of ourselves, especially our hair and skin, which highlighted something to me this week; fashion might be important but we get just a little excited about the world of beauty. The summer is only a couple of months away and so I have been trying and testing some key things to get us in tip top shape for the long awaited holiday.

Ballina woman is finalist in national baking competition

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Jill Neary from Ballina last week baked in the final of national baking competition, The Big Bake in Dublin.

Ballina woman is finalist in national baking competition

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Jill Neary from Ballina last week baked in the final of national baking competition, The Big Bake in Dublin.

Taoiseach to attend opening of Grant Thornton’s new offices

An Taoiseach Enda Kenny will today attend the opening of the new Galway offices of financial services company Grant Thornton.

The march of time cannot be stopped

I was in Dublin last Sunday morning to do a slot with Today FM on the football season ahead, more of which later. I rushed home from Dublin anxious to get back in time for the club championship matches; Crossmolina v Ballinrobe and Ballina v Westport. The big shock for me from all of the fixtures last weekend was the score line from the first game in Crossmolina.

Communion night comes to the Róisín Dubh

A DIVERSE array of Irish musical talent will take to the stage of the Róisín Dubh next Monday from 8pm for the launch of the new Communion night.

Hurlers look to hit back against Roscommon

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The last time that both these sides met was in the blistering sunshine in Carrick on Shannon in the National Hurling League Division 3B final last April. But despite blitzing their way though the league stages of the competition where they beat Roscommon in Tooreen on the first day of the league Mayo came up short in the final by two points.

Westmeath taught a Royal lesson

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The fighting is over but the battle is only beginning for Westmeath footballers

The Westmeath footballers held a hugely successful fight night last Saturday week in The Mullingar Park Hotel to raise much needed money to fund their endeavours for the year ahead.

Galway pharmacist nominated in Helix Health Pharmacist Awards

Galway pharmacist Shane Howard, from Howard’s Pharmacy in Moycullen, has been announced as a nominee in the Helix Health Pharmacist Awards 2011, which recognise pharmacists nationwide for remarkable professional conduct.

 

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