Six-month-old Olivia had been receiving treatment in Dublin but specialists were unable to help the toddler who suffered from problems caused by an overgrown oesophagus, the tube that connects the throat with the stomach.
Produced in Poland and sold across Ireland, Joanna Zalech and Aleksandra Kiełdanowicz have now produced over 100,000 socks since starting their business just three years ago – and even the Irish PM wears them!
After climbing and naming Australia’s tallest mountain, adventurer Paweł Strzelecki went to Ireland where, despite suffering from typhoid fever, he set about saving the lives of starving children.
EXCLUSIVE: “At first I thought he was crazy,” the 36-year-old Irishman’s wife told TFN’s Stuart Dowell who dropped in for a pint and a chat. “But then I thought at least he will be home more often,” she added.