Updated: 19/05/17 : 04:28:34
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Mercedes-Benz Vito perfect for Jack & Jill Foundation

Mercedes-Benz in Ireland is supporting the Jack & Jill Foundation’s fundraising drive for home nursing care and respite support for sick children nationwide via its donation of a Vito van to the children’s [...]  Read More...

Updated: 21/05/17 : 16:02:24
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Noc On Wood - Beds Of Pure Imagination !

After five successful years building N.O.C carpentry; creative genius and craftsman Neil O’Connell is taking to his workshop in Sligo and launching his sister company N.O.C on wood with his own online shop of unique hand-made furniture.He specialises in an extensive range of bespoke, fantasy themed children’s beds. Using the finest materials to create funky furniture, NOC on wood caters for an emerging market of people who [...]  Read More...

Updated: 22/05/17 : 13:56:32
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LauraLynn calls for renewed focus

As Children’s Hospice Week 2017 kicks off, LauraLynn, Ireland’s only Children’s Hospice is calling on a renewed focus on the needs of families struggling to live as normal a life as possible, whilst caring for their seriously ill child and other children. Commenting on the stark reality of the situation, Sharon Morrow, LauraLynn CEO said, “there are over 3,800 children in Ireland currently living with a life-limiting [...]  Read More...

Updated: 22/05/17 : 14:01:49
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Dromoland Castle & Estate announce €20 million renovation

Dromoland Castle, one of the top luxury castle hotels in the world, today announced a renovation programme valued at €20 million. The multi-award winning castle, situated in Newmarket-on-Fergus, Co. Clare, is one of the most celebrated baronial landmarks in Ireland. The investment programme has been planned to preserve and perfect this historical building and the 330 acres of surrounding land. These extensive renovations will cement Dromoland [...]  Read More...

Updated: 26/05/17 : 05:42:05
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RNLI's drowning prevention campaign 'Respect the Water'

As temperatures look set to soar across Ireland new research commissioned by the RNLI has revealed that 39% of Irish people questioned said they would follow their instincts and fight against the water, if they unexpectedly fell into it. However the RNLI’s Respect the Water campaign is asking people to fight those instincts and remember one simple piece of advice – floating – that could save lives from drowning. Sudden immersion in cold [...]  Read More...