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Business Supplies for all your printing and stationery needs

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Business Supplies has provided a quality comprehensive printing service for the past 28 years. At Business Supplies all new advances in printing technology have been embraced, enabling the service to be constantly improved and expanded.

A tribal book hamper for Christmas

THE NUMBER of books produced by Galway publishers or written by Galway authors over the last number of months has been as prolific as it has been varied and allows the Galway reading public the ideal opportunity to support local presses and writers, thus celebrating the scribes of their native city.

Mayo man to embark on trip of a lifetime

Mayo man Derek Reilly embarks on a trip of a lifetime with Francis Brennan and 15 other tourists as they travel from Barcelona to Rome in a new RTÉ TV series called Francis Brennan’s Grand Tour.

Business forum aims to generate new business in the west of Ireland

Successful Tuam businessman John Concannon of JFC Manufacturing Ltd will be one of several guest speakers at a two-day national business networking forum which takes place in Galway in November.

Through the glass darkly

One of the oldest books I possess, bought at Kenny’s Bookshop many years ago, is a 1772 edition of The Book of Common Prayer, described by one historian as “the official doctrinal standard of the Church of England and most other churches in the worldwide Anglican Communion”.

Back to school allowance delays unacceptable — Ruane

Commenting on the mounting concerns that many families who have applied for the Back to School Allowance may have to wait until late October before receiving the grant, Sinn Féin councillor Thérèse Ruane said: “Children, regardless of their social or economic background, have the right to attend school in comfortable fitting clothing and in this time of economic hardship it is essential that hard pressed families are assisted in preparing their child for school. I am inundated with distressed parents, who cannot afford the costs of uniforms and books needed for their children to get to school. The current fiasco around the processing of the Back to School Allowance reflects a lack of planning and foresight on behalf of the Government. Personnel should have been in place to deal with the increased number of applications.

Eighty nine per cent of Irish office workers want a ‘greener’ office

Eighty nine per cent of Irish office workers would like their office to be more environmentally friendly, according to a recent survey by Epson Ireland. Ninety two per cent said the main driver in their wish for an environmentally friendly office is concern for the environment with only five per cent citing cost saving from green IT as a motivator. Despite Ireland’s current economic condition, Irish workers still chose a genuine concern for the environment over any financial consideration.

Eighty nine per cent of Irish office workers want a ‘greener’ office

Eighty nine per cent of Irish office workers would like their office to be more environmentally friendly, according to a recent survey by Epson Ireland. Ninety two per cent said the main driver in their wish for an environmentally friendly office is concern for the environment with only five per cent citing cost saving from green IT as a motivator. Despite Ireland’s current economic condition, Irish workers still chose a genuine concern for the environment over any financial consideration.

Screenway to give away toners for charity

Local business, Screenway Computers, has come up with a unique fundraising scheme for Cancer Care West. It is going to giveaway printer and photocopier toners for free on its website www.screenway.ie or from its showroom in Dangan and in exchange encourage people to make a donation to Cancer Care West.

Festival fever hotting up as roots just keeps on growing

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For a long time, the Smithwicks Kilkenny Rhythm and Roots festival was regarded by its formerly small following as one of Kilkenny’s best kept secrets. But the huge level of interest and demand for tickets this year suggests that this is no longer the case. The secret is out.

 

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