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February 23rd, 2016 @ 17:03

Businesses Create Jobs- Supporting job creation must continue to be priority of Parties and Voters

The CSO announcement today (23 February 2016) that we have the highest number of people in employment since early 2009 must be tempered by the growing international uncertainty which has the potential to negatively impact open economies such as Ireland’s. This highlights the necessity of electing a Government that will continue to focus on further creation of jobs, building on the success of reducing our unemployment from a peak of 15.1% in... [More]

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February 22nd, 2016 @ 16:46

Importance of Irish Trade Must be Recognised as Latest Round of TTIP Negotiations Begin

Vital to Broaden our Markets to Mitigate Risks of Overdependence  Chambers Ireland today (22 February 2016) welcomed the start of the 12th round of TTIP negotiations commencing in Brussels. More...

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February 8th, 2016 @ 14:39

Strategic Economic Planning Must be the Central Message for Election 2016

Chambers Ireland recently launched A Vision for 2021 – A Manifesto for Ireland’s Future from the Irish Chamber Network.  Vision 2021 sets out long term strategic goals for investment and economic development to make Ireland a more attractive place to live and work by 2021. More...

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O'Reilly & Turpin

Antoinette Turpin and Corry O'Reilly, the co-owners, have established an excellent reputation for supporting Irish craft and design. The shop was selected by the Craft Council of Ireland as one of the showcase shops for Irish Craft and Design.

The ranges of jewellery vary from costume jewellery made from both glass beads and exotic stones to sterling silver, silver/gold and gold plate, in both modern and classic designs.

The Irish designers that are Alan Ardiff, Garret Mallon, Saba, Alpha Zed, Sue Bowden, McGonigle Glass, Aliquo and Reaction.

The beautiful coloured glass is supplied by Kerry Crafted Glass. Terence MacSweeney, who is a master of glass blowing in Kerry Crafted Glass, using only recycled glass.

The ceramics are from various exciting Irish artists – Sinead Lough, Michael Kennedy, Louise Brown, Rachel Quinn, Sheila Flannery of Shelly Pots; and, new to the shop is the work of a young ceramist, Karen Morgan.

Come and see our wide range of gifts for Christmas.

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