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WINE COURSE GIFT VOUCHERS FROM THE WINE BOARD OF IRELAND The Wine Board of Ireland Gift Vouchers can be redeemed

WINE COURSE GIFT VOUCHERS FROM THE WINE BOARD OF IRELAND The Wine Board of Ireland Gift Vouchers can be redeemed

against any of our courses. They are an imaginative present for someone who would appreciate learning about wines. Vouchers can be purchased online or by phoning the Wine Board office and they can be redeemed online when booking onto any course. 14 Whitefriars, Peter's Row, Aung
30 November 2006 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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30 November 2006 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Country hotel awarded prize for Best in Ireland

Country hotel awarded prize for Best in Ireland

By Aode Anderson HOSPITALITY Ireland have named the Park Hotel, Kenmare in Kerry, as the Best Overall Hotel in Ireland at a celebration lunch in the Four Seasons Dublin. The prestigious award follows the US publication Executive Traveller which voted the Park Hotel Kenmare as on
30 November 2006 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Ruining it all

Ruining it all

WHO is getting all the enjoyment at 'Herald Towers' by constantly revealing the various 'soap' storylines of Fair City and Coronation Street in advance? It Is not falr to us all. E QUINLAN DUBLIN 8
30 November 2006 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Let's change

Let's change

CAN we have more good news? The world is not full of hate, despair, tragedy and greed. Most people are kind to their neighbours, don't harm anybody, drive carefully and work hard. They like worthwhile pastimes, books and music. The media is In favour of the awful and makes heroe
30 November 2006 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THREE TO BURN

THREE TO BURN

WOODEN BOAT Lyle Lovett a la Take That proves the old adage "less is more" still applies. REACH OUT Pure pop with the melodic lifts in all the right places. WHAT YOU BELIEVE IN More Beatles' undercurrents make this sweeping ballad a radio certainty. THAT WAS THE DAY: The former
30 November 2006 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Eight weeks to wipe 10 years off Sarah's face 10 YEARS YOUNGER

Eight weeks to wipe 10 years off Sarah's face 10 YEARS YOUNGER

(Channel 4) A MAKEOVER show is only as good as its subject and the first episode of this horribly compulsive new series struck gold by finding the human equivalent of a condemned building. Sarah is 56, married and is the GP in a small English village. She's charming and obviousl
30 November 2006 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
City diners splash out €4.50 for sip of water By Chmigh Sheehy

City diners splash out €4.50 for sip of water By Chmigh Sheehy

FORGET champagne. Bottled water is the new luxury restaurant tipple. At a price, of course. Dublin's five-star hotels are charging anything from €2.50 to a whopping €4.50 for a small bottle of mineral water to wash down your haut cuisine. The Dylan boutique hotel, off Baggot Str
30 November 2006 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Surgeon found

Surgeon found

with cow hoof prints on body By Kathryn Hayes The pathologist said there were "two obvious animal hoof prints" on the front and back of the shirt the deceased was wearing on the day of his tragic death. Ms Mulcahy also told his inquest that the 83-year-old suffered a number of f
30 November 2006 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
slept

slept

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30 November 2006 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland