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Diocesan appointments announced for Galway

Stellar line-up of speakers announced at Food On The Edge 2017 launch

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An impressive line-up of chefs and food evangelists from around the world will speak at Food On The Edge 2017, taking place in Galway on October 9 and 10.

Team M&S velvety houmous with summery salads

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If you still feel that houmous is a bit exotic for our cool summers, then think again!

Prolong summer skin with Roger & Gallet’s Fleur de Figuier oil

Ultra Nourishing Oil. Containing 10 plant oils, its velvety texture leaves a satiny sheen on the skin. The formula is infused with omega 6 and 9 and includes vitamins A, E, F and K to intensely soften and hydrate the skin.

Swinford's Anita Brady launches her debut children's novel

Mayo native Anita Brady has just published her debut children's novel, The Protectors of Dromgoon, which is the first in a series of three books. Ms Brady, who is originally from Swinford but now lives in Cavan, told the Mayo Advertiser: "I wrote the book because I wanted to show my two boys that reaching for your dreams no matter what stage in your life is possible. Self-doubt and fear should never hold you back.

Top companies to work for in Ireland - as rated by employees

Dell has been ranked as the best company to work for in Ireland, according to data released by job site, Indeed.

You’re in good hands with Roger & Gallet

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They say you can always tell a woman’s age by looking at her hands.

A touch of velvet

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Introduce elegant opulence into your home this spring, with the luxe revival trend from Marks & Spencer.

Eat the rainbow - nourish bowls arrive in M&S

First seen in America, nourish bowls or ‘buddha bowls’ are a kaleidoscope of hearty, wholesome, and fresh ingredients creating a salad packed full of superfoods. New for January 2017, M&S has created six new nutrient-rich dishes to help give your body a boost of energy.

Joe Steve Ó Neachtain switches on the Christmas lights at UHG

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Irish writer, actor, playwright and broadcaster Joe Steve Ó Neachtain officially switched on the Christmas lights at University Hospital Galway last Sunday. Joe Steve is also well known for his portrayal of Peadar Ó Conghaile in the long-running soap Ros na Rún kicked off an evening of festivities with music by The Conquerors and carol singers from Scoil Cathríona Renmore.


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