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The two parkrun events in Galway — Knocknacarra and Oranmore, are coming together tonight (Thursday Feb 2) to raise vital funds for an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) — the portable medical device often found outside shopping centres and sports grounds, that along with CPR can increase the chance of a survival from a cardiac incident by 90 per cent.
Some 80 per cent of holidaymakers from Ireland will avoid travelling to places they perceive to be at risk from terrorist attacks but will not allow such threats to stop them from holidaying, according to new research from 123.ie.
With the New Year just around the corner, many motorists are looking to upgrade their car and acquire one of those alluring new ‘141’ or ‘142’ plates.
Leading Galway auctioneering firm DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard has launched a major drive for properties to list in order to meet the increasing demand in the Galway property market.
Speaking at the launch of the Mandate trade union campaign entitled ‘Respect Retail Workers’ in the TF Royal Hotel the vice chairman of the Consumers’ Association of Ireland, Castlebar councillor Michael Kilcoyne, said how pleased he was to be asked to launch the campaign. He said it was important that the public at large understood that frontline workers just carry out the policy of their employers in relation to how they treat their customers, and when consumers and members of the public have an issue in relation to the goods or services that they purchased, they should not let their anger or their frustration out on the worker.