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Athlone Chamber’s next Business After Hours event takes place in Loaves & Fishes on Wednesday September 25 at 6pm.
A businesswoman and her husband fined a total of €2,520 for paying a staff member 45c an hour below the minimum wage were told this week (March 3) the prosecution would be “reviewed” if they could provide the court with a letter from their former accountant accepting her error as asserted.
Kadee recently welcomed renowned bridal designer Suzanne Neville to Athlone to meet with brides-to-be and to showcase her brand new 2012 bridal collection.
Sofia’s Restaurant, Left Bank Mall, is wheat, dairy, and sugar free. All meat and fish are organic or wild, with the most popular dishes including beef Thai salad, homemade sushi, wild seawater monkfish wrap, Sophia’s 100 per cent organic steak sandwich, and tandoori chicken salad. The restaurant is run by Dr Eric Dilworth, GP, and Imelda Geraghty of Circle of Life.
Sofia’s Restaurant, Left Bank Mall, were delighted recently to host ‘Dine with Patrick’, an evening with Patrick Holford, renowned author and spokesman on nutrition and health, along with his team and attendees of his 100% Health Weekend workshop. This was Patrick’s only Irish weekend workshop and this is the second year running that Athlone was chosen as the location.
Earlier this month we looked at the health benefits of wheatgrass. We now follow up with some tips on the juicing, storage, and life expectancy of wheatgrass, as well as other commonly asked questions such as whether wheatgrass can be frozen.
Wheatgrass is a plant grown from red wheat berry - a special strain of wheat that produces a high concentration of chlorophyll, active enzymes, vitamins, and other nutrients.
After the publicans’ price freeze the other week, it looks like more glad tidings for the drinkers of Athlone with the news that two more off-licences have been given the green light by the local planning department.
The county could be in line for a number of seasonally appropriate projects in the coming days as some springtime optimism seems to be sprinkled over the planning process in recent weeks.