Thursday, January 20, 2022

Spring Wedding Guide 2022

This Spring, Topic is paying very special attention to the weddings of the midlands, especially as many couples have had to postpone their special day several times over, to fall in line with restrictions that keep changing monthly. There is nothing that we like more though, than offering suggestions and ideas for the most momentous day of our lives and we hope this feature will guide you to make your wedding day plans as easy as pie!

New Year, New You!

The New Year is typically a time when many of us evaluate our life choices. New Year’s resolutions are made, important lifestyle changes are incorporated into daily routines (for a few weeks anyhow),  diaries are bought and, more often than not, left unfilled.

Blue Golden hits the top spot for Tile of the Year 2022

Majestic blue is crowned Tile of the Year for 2022. Blue Golden has been named the 2022 Tile of The Year by Irish specialist tile retailer World of Tiles. The winning tile is a marble-effect porcelain beauty characterised by expressive golden veins, pale fossil swirls and an evening sky of blues. Blue Golden’s design is inspired by the enigmatic colouring and patterns in sodalite blue marble hewn from the mountains of Bolivia.

The next step in your career starts here!

It’s that time of year again when we provide up to date information on classes and courses available for students and those wishing to return to education in the Midlands.

Fun days out this Summer!

It’s not just the children who will be looking forward to a fun day away this summer, but the parent’s too, as we’ve all spent more than enough time indoors for the past year.

Win a Two-night Luxury Spa Break at The Johnstown Estate!

With Ireland re-opening this Summer, we want to give you the chance to win a two-night luxury spa break for two people at The Johnstown Estate.

Win €5,000 worth of advertising for an Irish-based business!

Ireland is fortunate to have so many great businesses supporting local jobs and indirectly acting as heroes of their local economies.