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Laois Nationalist – Head on the chopping block

You can read the oryginal article HERE [border] BUYING A WEDDING GIFT IS LIKE PUTTING MY HEAD ON THE CHOPPING BLOCK Tuesday, October 30, 2012 I’m in a tizz, a terrible tizz. Such a dilemma I’ve never faced before. I’m being haunted, haunted by the unanswerable. “If I ever get married and you buy me […]

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Irish Times – Businesses battle for TV

The Irish Times – Thursday, August 2, 2012 PAMELA NEWENHAM Twenty small businesses from all over Ireland have been shortlisted for the “Your Business on Irish TV” competition. The businesses, which were nominated by city and county enterprise boards, include Karora Cosmetics, the Irish Handmade Glass Company, the flight simulator company Simtech Aviation, Bunbury Boards, […]

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The Irish Times – Rustic Revolution

With the grain Salcombe table by John Lee The dark days are over in wooden furniture, it’s now about pale, raw pieces, says CATHY O’CLERY. A NEW RUSTIC REVOLUTION is sweeping Europe and, through our top artisans, Ireland is on track to reap the benefits. Dark wooden furniture – once to be found in the […]

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The Irish Times – Suitable Souvenirs for Christmas

MAGAN’S WORLD: Manchán Magan’s tales of a travel addict Suggesting you do your Christmas shopping amidst the leprechauns, shillelaghs and Diageo-branded paraphernalia that constitute Irish souvenir shops mightn’t sound like sage advice, but some of the most alluring products I’ve seen have been in quick darts around the souvenir shops of Irish provincial towns: Bunbury […]

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TV3 – Ireland AM – Buy Irish This Christmas

The Craft Council of Ireland know how important this could be, and here’s your chance to see TV3’s take on that. Bunbury Boards feature at 03:50 in the video. http://www.tv3.ie/videos.php?video=29350&locID=1.65.74 Note: unfortunately video seems to be gone!

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Bunbury turns Rathvilly estate wood into gold – The Carlow Nationalist

There’s the well-known tale about the little old lady in Texas who sold her property because she had difficulty growing anything in the garden. The earth was black and sticky. The new owners drilled for oil and developed her garden into one of the state’s major and highly profitable oil producers. The moral is that […]

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