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Max Watches – Ballymena

Robert Adair Jewellers, Ballymena love their new range of Max Watches. The MAX sports watch range is new to Robert Adair Jewellers in Ballymena but is sure to become a bestseller. We love the bold orange strap with the stunning silver watch. MAX watches are inspired by youth and tradition and their top selling designs are delivered time and again. With a robust design and stylish lines it is sure to be the perfect sports watch. MAX Watches are designed and created in the Netherlands and are made from stainless steel, and high qulaity mineral glass. They are reliable...

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Ballymena Author publishes first book

Jan Carson from Ballymena has published her first book called “Malcolm Orange disappears”. We at have been reading Jan’s work on her blog for years and are excited to get our hands on her new book. Malcolm Orange Disappears is a story about a boy called Malcolm who physically begins to disappear. The novel touches on themes including friendship, loyalty, and love and we cant wait to read it! Read more about Jan and her first book...

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What you can Recycle – Ballymena

Recycling in Ballymena is made easier with the “What you can recycle” information share on the nidirect website. Here are their helpful hints in recycling.(Photo Credit: Steve Snodgrass; Creative Commons). What you can recycle Your local council will be able to tell you what recycling services and facilities are available in your area.. Most councils are able to recycle paper, glass and plastics, and some also collect metal and organic waste. Recycling banks and bins usually show pictures of what you can put in them. Many items in the kitchen are recyclable, including: plastic bottles such as milk, water and cleaning product bottles glass bottles and jars (but no cookware or pyrex) cardboard, such as frozen and dry food boxes and sleeves. plastic food trays and wrappings are sometimes recyclable, so check the packaging for more details Don’t forget you can also recycle items from the other rooms in your house, including: in the bathroom, rinsed shampoo and shower gel bottles, cardboard packaging and toilet roll tubes in the bedroom, packaging from toiletries and make-up, and unwanted clothing when you’re doing the laundry, washing powder and liquid containers You can also recycle clothes and shoes, batteries, mobile phones and printer cartridges. If you are interested in finding out more about recycling and what happens when you rubbish is recycled we reccomend to pay a visit to which is...

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Problem Solving Construction – Wilson and Mawhinney

Wilson and Mawhinney are passionate about how construction and clever problem solving can change a project from being bland to brilliant. Designers in Mexico City–based firm Rojkind Arquitectos used the problem solving skills to construct a clever facade which made an existing building more functional, without encroaching on the public footpath that ran around it. The firm wanted to avoid imposing a solid wall at the busy sidewalk, but did not have any space to concede for plazas or other urban gestures. Rather than making the outer envelope as thin as possible, the architects thickened the façade and opened...

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