Emer McLysaght: Sorry, Mr Bezos, but for Lockdown Two, I will be buying Irish
Goodbye late-night Amazon pandemic shopping: hello gorgeous food, clothing and crafts made right here on our little island
This week, there’s been a refreshing addition to the various scrolling social media hellsites that deliver news and content into our eyeballs from the moment we wake up.
In the wake of the second lockdown, there’s been a heartening push to promote Irish businesses online. Lists and threads and Instagram highlights galore will now point you in the direction of candles from Kerry and notebooks from Nenagh and that particular thrill you get...
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