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Head to the west for the Galway Races Festival 2015 

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The Galway Races Summer Festival is one of the social and sporting highlights of the year and will get under way on Monday, July 27.

Irish men love their skin more than women!

Attitudes to skin vary dramatically between the sexes, that’s according to research carried out by Therapie Clinic. While almost all (82 per cent) of Irish men embrace their natural skin, just over half (54 per cent) of Irish women take the same approach. A solid third (36 per cent) of Irish women avail of the ‘odd sunbed or ten’ and one-in-10 say then can’t live without their make-up, sunbeds, and tanning lotions.

Irish Skin is Far Less Attractive than Other Skin Tones, According to Over Half of Irish

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Majority of Irish have a love/hate relationship with their skin and almost a quarter of Irish women never let their partner see them without make-up.

Marathon for Cancer Care West

Cancer Care West has announced that Síle Seoige will be supporting the charity in this year’s Connemara Marathon this April. The Newstalk broadcaster and Gaeilgeoir is organising a team of people including her sister Gráinne as well as chef Clodagh McKenna and models Roz Purcell and Rosanna Davison to take part in the marathon on April 7.

Mayo woman scoops top national ISS award for Aras Attracta

Last month ISS Facility Services hosted the annual GEM Go the Extra Mile awards presented by former Miss Universe Ireland, Roz Purcell, and Eric Doyle, managing director ISS Facility Services. Top honours this year went to Marie McNicholas from Swinford for her work at Aras Attracta, Mayo as she scooped the overall ISS supervisor of the year.

Mayo woman scoops top national ISS award for Aras Attracta

Last month ISS Facility Services hosted the annual GEM Go the Extra Mile awards presented by former Miss Universe Ireland, Roz Purcell, and Eric Doyle, managing director ISS Facility Services. Top honours this year went to Marie McNicholas from Swinford for her work at Aras Attracta, Mayo as she scooped the overall ISS supervisor of the year.

Style Isle

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November is upon us and doing a wardrobe clear out is not just limited to spring. This week I took part in a great initiative called Fashion Fall Out, held in Dublin where the country’s most recognised faces in fashion and independent boutiques brought some pre-owned (and some new) pieces for a very exciting public sale. From vintage to designer bargains, there was something for everyone on offer. The rail sale idea is gaining momentum across the country and in the times we are in, the benefits are limitless. The seller makes some money and the buyer can find the most wonderful fashion treasures.

Moy Davitts GAA Club star in Celebrity Bainisteoir

The new series of Celebrity Bainisteoir – The Rivals starts on RTÉ One screens this Sunday (September 9) featuring Mayo’s own Moy Davitts GAA Club which will be managed by Calum Best.

 

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