Archive for July, 2009

Economy Gastronomy

Economy Gastronomy

| July 31, 2009

AS EVERYONE feels the pinch in these recessionary times a new weekly multi-part TV series entitled ‘Economy Gastronomy’ will start on BBC on August 5 next ‘Economy Gastronomy’ is about eating better and spending less. It’s about cutting your weekly shopping bill whilst making the most of your ingredients. It shows you how to cook […]

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Arts Brief August 1

Arts Brief August 1

| July 30, 2009

events.artscouncil.ie – free guide THE Arts Council has launched a free on-line guide at events.artscouncil.ie to the national mix of activities, shows, exhibitions and performances it supports. More than 70 events in Limerick alone are already listed.  The guide gives information on the wide range of events taking place and features can be selected by […]

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New archival and management system

New archival and management system

| July 30, 2009

LIMERICK Self Storage has just launched a new Archive Storage and Management system. Speaking about the new service, managing director, David Hickey says:  “We studied the other operators and what they were doing and charging. We found that customers were paying at least 20 per cent of their overall bill on file retrieval and collection.

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A fine souffle and wine

A fine souffle and wine

| July 30, 2009

IT HAS always been a pain for some people and they often revert to a label they remember rather than picking a wine they like but the question poses itself, do you struggle to find the perfect wine match to your evening meal? Do you spend ages in the supermarket aisle worrying about selecting an […]

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Report says Lisbon ‘no vote’ damaged Ireland

Report says Lisbon ‘no vote’ damaged Ireland

| July 30, 2009

* 81% of CEOs in the Mid-West say Lisbon rejection damaged Ireland’s international reputation * Over 97% say EU membership has been important to the success of Irish business NEW figures and a report were released this week to show that the preliminary findings of a new survey of nearly 100 CEOs from across the […]

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Mint-fresh house in Westbury’s Clonard

Mint-fresh house in Westbury’s Clonard

| July 30, 2009

CLONARD in Westbury has an immaculate house to offer at No. 63. Located in this Corbally village, it’s a three bedroom semi with good sized gardens and integrated garage. Bordered by a mature hedge there are sidegates to the rear, making it a property ideal for a pet or small children. Westbury is a self-contained […]

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207 and 107 engine awards for Peugeot

207 and 107 engine awards for Peugeot

| July 30, 2009

PEUGEOT’s 1.6 litre petrol engine has taken top honours for the third consecutive year in the 1.4-litre to 1.8-litre category at the 2009 International Engine of the Year Awards. The 1.0 litre petrol engine, fitted to the Peugeot 107, also won its category, 100 points ahead of the second placed Smart diesel engine.  Introduced in […]

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Get that golden glow…

Get that golden glow…

| July 30, 2009

Three golden glow products for you this Summer. Vani-T Bronzing Custard RRP e21.50 Great organic gradual tanner is packed with natural organic ingredients. Available from No 8 Dental and Cosmetic Clinic, Shannon Street, Bellissimo and The Spa at One Pery Square.

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Snip leaves regeneration off the hook

Snip leaves regeneration off the hook

| July 30, 2009

THE fact that the McCarthy Report did not target the Limerick regeneration programme for a cutback in its Snip Nua hit list, is regarded as a good sign in terms of guaranteed funding for continuation of the project, according to Brendan Kenny, chief executive of the city’s Regeneration Agencies. With some 400 houses already demolished […]

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Footballers seek ‘Royals’ repeat

Footballers seek ‘Royals’ repeat

| July 30, 2009

LIMERICK 4-12, Meath 4-3. That was the scoreline in last season’s qualifiers when Limerick took on Meath. Even though 12 Limerick players survive from that glorious night, the result of this weekends game in Portlaois is never going to be repeated. Last season’s win for Limerick came on a night when everything went right for […]

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