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Last year saw Cars Love Girls crash onto the Irish music scene with a verve that was impossible to ignore. And now they’re finally getting a chance to show music lovers in Mullingar what all the hype is about. The brother and sister duo play John Dalys on Friday March 9 - the same day they release their debut album.
Orla has headlined events all over Ireland and only last weekend she played alongside superstar DJ Paul Van Dyk in Dublin. On the international circuit Orla has played in Los Vegas, Ibiza, and Prague. Orla joins a growing list of stars who have visited East Nightclub which includes Mr Hudson, Calum Best, Byrno, and Timmy & Tommy. This Saturday night promises to be a great night in East Nightclub, Ballinasloe.
Sorelle Boutique is located on the Castle Road in Oranmore. Its is owned by sisters Orla and Maeve Grealy, who will soon be celebrating the boutique’s third anniversary.
The body of a Kilkenny man who died during his second attempt to reach the summit of Mount Everest will not be returned home to his family due to the risks involved in recovering his remains.
Tributes have been pouring in across the country following the murder of much-loved Michaela Harte who was murdered in Mauritius this week.
Galwegian Eric Brennan has returned to his hometown with his wife Sabien and baby daughter Orla to bring 100% natural and hypoallergenic sleep and furniture products to Galway. It was while living in Amsterdam for the last seven years that Eric first came into contact with Coco-Mat. Gripped by the company’s philosophy towards nature, the environment, and sustainability, he decided to acquire the licence for Ireland.
Emer Murray, crowned by food writer John McKenna as ‘the best baker in Ireland,’ was an unhappy law student at NUIG. She came from a business and insurance agents background, and the law just didn’t have the excitement she thought it would have. One day her mother Ena told her that John and Anne Sherry were looking for outside caterers. They had recently taken over Lydon House, and wanted croissants and Danish pastries for their breakfast menu. Emer, who had a passion for cooking, went into O’Gorman’s bookshop, bought a book on making breads and pastries, and, that evening called round to the Sherry household with samples. She got the job.
The novel approach of a Mullingar-based web development company in helping companies tackle the credit crunch has recently brought them to the attention of TV3’s Ireland AM.