New website launch – www.thewinecentre.ie The new, improved www.thewinecentre.ie website is now live! Established in 1965, The Wine Centre is an independent, family run, specialist off-license based at 15 John Street in the heart of Kilkenny City. The newly re-launched website carries an extensive range of wine, craft beer and spirits – specialising in whiskey …

Mouth ulcers are a common problem that many of you suffer with. They are small ulcers that form on the inside of the cheeks or lips. The ulcer usually has a red rim and looks like a crater. They can come in clusters or singly and can be extremely painful. They are aggravated by spicy …

Menoflash is a new product just out formulated by Irish Medicinal Herbalist, David Foley, to help with menopausal symptoms especially hot flushes. It’s a very interesting formula; it’s ethically sourced too. Plus, I love the fact that it’s an Irish brand formulated by an Irish man to help women! And I hear that it has …

High cholesterol is a risk factor for heart attacks and stroke. I am often asked if it’s possible to lower cholesterol naturally. Most of you can do this with simple changes to your diet and lifestyle, and sometimes supplements. My own cholesterol reading was 6.7, possibly high because of the excesses of Covid. I have six …

Mobile No 086 1746330 Email: recoverycollegesoutheast@gmail.com You are invited to join us in our new Online Recovery Education Programme. It is free and will help us all feel connected and supported during these times of uncertainty. Follow the simple steps below to connect to our online interactive workshops. Text your name and the names of …

Do you have a stubborn cough that you just can’t shift? A stubborn chesty or dry cough can be so annoying. I think because a cough is one of the symptoms of Covid we can be embarrassed to be heard coughing. I think we all imagine that we are being judged. But it’s the season …

by Jimmy Rhatigan AN ILL and weary Mother Ireland will recover. She will be comforted and cared for by young children of our city and county who are being hailed as the real heroes, the visionaries of Covid-19 ravaged times. The kindness and care of children at the heart of a city centre community is …

AFTER an already challenging year for companies, small businesses are being urged to refocus their minds on Brexit ahead of the December 31 deadline. Irrespective of what happens in talks between the UK and the EU, the transition period expires and that will change Ireland’s trading position with the UK. This means any business that …

Review by Jimmy Rhatigan IT’S a fascinating journey down Memory Lane, Talbot’s Inch Village to be precise, on the periphery of our city, with a focus on Lady Desart and Otway Cuffe. A book just published by O’Dwyer Books, College Gardens, written by Michael O’Dwyer, is exactly what we would expect from a great historian, …