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The Enigma Project brings spies and codebreaking to Galway

The highly-acclaimed Enigma Project brings mathematics to life through the fascinating history of codes and code breaking. This exciting project is coming to Galway as part of the 2018 Galway Science Technology Festival, which runs from 11-25 November. The Enigma Project brings you on a journey from ancient times to World War Two and on to today’s world of hacking and internet encryption.

Genuine weight loss from System 10

There are three keys to a successful weight loss plan – diet, exercise, and metabolism correction. All three keys interconnect – one will not work without the other. Your metabolism is the most powerful of all the three keys – it is the ‘switch’ that controls everything else. In most people this switch is off.

RSA issues Presenter ID advice

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The Road Safety Authority (RSA) is advising commercial vehicle operators and drivers that they must present identification in the form of a driving licence or passport when presenting a vehicle for the commercial vehicle test.

Know Your Rights: Getting an ‘apostille stamp’

Question: I was born in London and I have an Irish passport. I am getting married later this year in Dublin. I have been told that I must provide a birth certificate with an apostille stamp. My Irish fiancé has not been asked to produce this certificate. Why is this?

Vehicle record case adjourned for RSA to inspect new system

Take the mystery out of your hair

Everyone wants to leave the salon looking and feeling fabulous. The team at the newly opened Enigma Hair Studio, at the Hodson Bay Hotel Athlone understand what it takes to make that happen.

RSA concern over unofficial driving/theory test sites

The Road Safety Authority (RSA) is asking anyone booking a driving test online to do so only on the RSA’s official driving test website: www.rsa.ie.

RSA concern over unofficial driving/theory test sites

The Road Safety Authority (RSA) is asking anyone booking a driving test online to do so only on the RSA’s official driving test website: www.rsa.ie.

RSA concerned over unofficial driving test and theory test websites

The Road Safety Authority (RSA) is asking anyone booking a driving test online to do so only on the RSA’s official driving test website www.rsa.ie and anyone booking a driver theory test online to do so on the official theory test website, www.theorytest.ie

 

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