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Galway native Ruairí Grealish who will represent Ireland at WorldSkills 2019 in Russia

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2 April 2019 | 0

Small Things Matter now and forever!

WEEE Ireland, Ireland’s largest electrical and battery recycling scheme, has launched its Small Things Matter campaign, which encourages Irish householders to recycle waste energy saving lightbulbs and small electrical household items to benefit the environment and the future. Participating householders will be pleased to know their recycling efforts will also support LauraLynn, Ireland’s Children’s Hospice, with WEEE Ireland contributing to the charity as part of the campaign. WEEE Ireland has been in partnership with LauraLynn since 2011 and has donated over €390,000 to this vital organisation, which brings support and palliative care to children with life limiting conditions. To learn more, visit weeeireland.ie.

Lidl’s “affordable hot tub” returns to stores in time for spring-summer

As the cold weather makes way for spring and summer, Lidl is bringing back its popular and affordable whirlpool hot tub. The garden favourites are available from Thursday, 4 April, for a limited time, in all 160 stores nationwide. Lidl’s hot tub is suitable for indoor and outdoor use so whether you want to make your neighbours jealous or be in close proximity to a cool drink in the fridge, this hot tub is an essential for the milder months!

Galway Student to Represent Ireland at WorldSkills Competition in Russia

Galway native Ruairí Grealish will represent Ireland at WorldSkills 2019 in Russia after taking the title of National Champion in Restaurant Service at the Ireland Skills Competition 2019. The competition took place at Ireland Skills Live at the RDS last month, with judges seeking natural flair, ability, and an extremely high level of customer service. WorldSkills, the world’s largest education and skills competition, will take place in Kazan, Russia this August.

Bio-Oil Dry Skin Gel: A New Way To Treat Dry Skin

The creators of Bio-Oil, the world’s best-selling scar and stretch mark oil, have launched their first new product in over 30 years, Bio-Oil Dry Skin Gel. Specifically created to tackle dry, dehydrated skin, the breakthrough gel to oil formula is the result of 16 years of research and development, and offers a highly effective and economical solution to dry skin. To learn more, contact Stafford Lynch Ltd, 01 802 3100 or see www.bio-oil.com for more information.

 

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