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There's a new top man in local politics in Ballina.
A slimming tea called Chá Yi, which has become the fastest selling weight loss tea in the world, has been taking the Irish market by storm.
Some of Mayo’s leading artisan food producers were celebrated recently at the launch of the 2014 Gourmet Greenway in the Mulranny Park Hotel.
THE jewel in the crown of “natural immune health” – Immunotec Research, Montreal, Quebec, Canada announces their recent expansion into the Irish market.
Furniture Connexions Galway has an additional reason to celebrate as 2012 commemorates the 30 year anniversary of Ireland’s premier bed brand - King Koil. It is fair to say that bed buyers over the years have recognised and trusted the comfort, quality, and reliability that is synonymous with the King Koil name. To mark the 30th anniversary milestone, two brand new models across the premium King Koil and Odearest bedding ranges are being launched by Furniture Connexions Galway.
Karora is an exciting new Irish skin–care which will help you to achieve a natural golden radiance all year around. It aims to protect your skin against cold and harsh weather. Most women love the feeling of having a tanned and even skin even through–out the winter time. Karora also has an anti–ageing SPF 15 and the formula will boost your skin’s tone, radiance and protection. Therefore it is not just a self tanning product, it is natural and good for your skin compared to other chemical laden cosmetics.
Galway company Advance Science, was named the Best Emerging Company in the Connacht and Leinster final of the 2011 InterTradeIreland Seedcorn all-island business competition. Advance Science, which is based in Connemara, beat tough competition from two other Connacht and Leinster finalists to win €20,000 to help finance the early stages of its ventures.
Going to extremes to cheat the clock has become the norm for many women when it comes to face creams and skincare. While in boom times treatments like Botox and microdermabrasion were growing in popularity, now with changing times we find ourselves getting back to basics.
A local family whose lives have been made a misery by an infestation of moths are warning other households to be on the lookout for what they term these destructive pests.