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Therapie Clinic, Fairview Terrace, Athlone has introduced one of Hollywood’s favourite beauty treatments to the clinic this week. Enter the New HydroLift Treatment which delivers luminous, radiant, super-hydrated skin.
In 2012 Connacht Gold was awarded the highest accolade of three stars for its Softer Butter at the prestigious UK and Ireland Great Taste Awards.
RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta’s Seán Bán Breathnach will be inducted as a Hall of Fame award recipient in this year’s Photographic Performance Ireland (PPI) awards tomorrow night. This is the first time that a Hall of Fame shortlist will be included in the award ceremony and this year the event will be held in Lyrath Estate, Kilkenny, on Friday October 12.
The Emmys, aka the Oscars of the small screen, took place in LA earlier this week. Now I am not one to stay up until the crack of dawn checking out all the red carpet glam, or lack thereof, but the red carpet arrivals of this particular ceremony caught my eye. Selecting a best dressed list is never an easy task, especially when there are aspects of a look that are superb and others that are mediocre. This year's Emmys were certainly a stylish affair, for both the girls and boys, and may spark some colourful new trends. So who wins my award for the best dressed?
The Great Taste Awards, the Oscars for the food industry organised by the Guild of Fine Food in England, recently announced its winners for 2012, a number of which are available in Ireland.
Connacht Gold has been awarded the highest accolade of three stars for its Softer Butter at the prestigious UK and Ireland Great Taste Awards 2012.
Local bakery company the Foods of Athenry has been awarded seven Great Taste awards by the UK Guild of Fine Foods. These prestigious awards, often referred to as the Oscars of the food industry, are recognised as a leading benchmark for speciality foods.
GOOD VIBRATIONS, the magnificent biopic of Terri Hooley, the Belfast man who was the key figure in the city’s punk music scene in the late 1970s won The Best Irish Feature Award at the Galway Film Fleadh.
COPE Galway is to benefit from a theatrical performance in the city next week, when Fishamble present Forgotten, a solo piece for theatre which explores four characters, between the ages of 80-100 years old, who reside in care facilities and retirement homes.
Following a hugely successful opening and five-week run in the Olympia in Dublin with his brand new show Keith Barry - 8 Deadly Sins, Keith returns to Mullingar Arts Centre on Sunday February 12.