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Feargal Quinn brings retail therapy to Network Ireland Conference in Galway

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Well known Irish businessman Feargal Quinn will be the guest speaker at the Network Ireland Conference and Galway Now Businesswomen of the Year Awards next week.

Get away from it all at Johnstown House Hotel & Spa

Ideally located on the M4, just 35 minutes from Dublin city centre, Johnstown House Hotel & Spa is the perfect location for your break away.

Bargain hunting at the sales

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Is the rain and doom and gloom of the recession dampening your mood? If so, maybe you need an injection of retail therapy to brighten your spirits.

Castlebar businesses brand their ‘quarter’ of town

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Castlebar Quarter Shopping is the new name for the 24-strong group of retailers in Castlebar’s Hopkins Road and Lannagh Road area who have come together to brand their side of town in an effort to set Castlebar as the premier shopping destination of the west.

Book your place now on the Every Woman Show

The Every Woman Show offers a fantastic day out with girlfriends that you cannot find anywhere else. Enjoy a truly inspirational day out where women of all ages interested in exploring their own personal style, looking for the latest fashion trends and accessories can explore the products and services from the world of fashion, health, beauty, fitness, well-being and discover the secrets of feeling and looking good. You will be spoilt for choice.

Enjoy some retail therapy at rock bottom prices

Number 34 Shop Street is the shop to visit this week. Whether you are a woman or man, looking for something casual or dressy, you will not beat the fantastic value at the Galway Hat Shop sale shop. Proprietor of the Galway Hat shop, Sandra Divilly, is opening a special sale shop for one week only. Sandra will be the third generation of the Divilly family to trade from Number 34 Shop Street. Both her grandfather Martin Divilly and her father Brian Divilly ran Divilly's Butchers from the premises. Suzanne's Boutique, run by Sandra's mother, was the first ladies’ fashion store on the premises followed by Sasha boutique.

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