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Petmania launches ‘Puppy of the Year’ competition

Petmania have launched their search to find Ireland’s Puppy of the Year 2018. Through in-store nominations, public voting and a grand finale dog show, the country’s largest independently owned pet retailer wants to find the paw-fect puppy who will become the face of their brand for 2018/2019.

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The Ultimate Easter Cleaning Hacks

The Easter mid-term break has started and for parents across Ireland that means play dates, Easter camps and generally trying to keep the children entertained for next two weeks. Whilst we all look forward to a bit of family time over the Bank Holiday Weekend, Easter can be messy!

The Cleaning Concierge are sharing their top-five cleaning hacks to help parents survive the Easter break and keep their homes sparkling clean.
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Irish-American hotelier invests €1.5m in Cavan Hotel

An Irish-American hotelier, Connie O Reilly, has invested €1.5m over the last 12 months in Cavan’s four-star Crover House Hotel.

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Neven Maguire gets the Déise treatment on ‘Neven’s Irish Food Trails’

Ireland’s best loved Chef, Neven Maguire, is back on our TV screens with his new series of ‘Neven’s Irish Food Trails’. The new series takes Neven through Cavan, Limerick, Dublin, Meath, Wicklow, Wexford, Cork, Kerry, Carlow, Waterford and Kilkenny.

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Family Carers Ireland urge Health Minister to do more to support home care services

Family Carers Ireland are warning Health Minister, Simon Harris, that more funding is needed to alleviate the issues faced by thousands of Family Carers across Ireland who are currently in crisis.

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Family Carers Ireland hosts ‘National Respite Weekend’

With family carers under increasing pressure to meet the care needs of their loved-ones, Family Carers Ireland’s‘National Respite Weekend’ will take place in Wexford from March 9th to 12th.

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Are people still listening to radio?

There has been a lot of talk recently about the demise of radio, and that listenership figures aren’t as good as they once were. This is mainly attributed to online content; and the ability to get our news at the touch of a button on our smartphones.

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I can do my own PR

By John Masterson.

With my background in Psychology I have heard people say “Sure I am a bit of a psychologist myself” more times than I have had hot dinners. As anyone who knows anything about Psychology will confirm it is wise to make oneself scarce when you hear the above sentence.

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Fora.ie: ‘I’m an optimist – life is a wonderful gift’: Welcome to the world of Seán Gallagher

Ahead of his appearance at ‘Creating Success’ in Hotel Kilkenny on Monday, 19th February 2018, Sean Gallagher spoke to Conor McMahon from Fora.ie.

The one-time presidential candidate explains why he’s so bullish on the future for Ireland.

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Crisis management

Every PR professional watches somebody else’s crisis management skills with interest. Is it being handled well ? Are the people involved being well advised ? Does it look like they are accepting advice ? And how would we do it differently? Read more