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Toyota to phase out diesel passenger cars in 2018

Toyota will phase out diesel engines from all its passenger cars except the Land Cruiser (+ HiLux and Proace) in 2018, and will focus on what it describes as more environmentally sustainable vehicles, led by self-charging hybrid electric cars.

Sail away on a river cruise with Corrib Travel

Imagine yourself reclining under a deep azure sky, as the polished teak deck moves almost imperceptibly with the rhythm of the Mediterranean and a refreshing evening breeze ruffles the air.

European Region of Gastronomy programme to launch tomorrow with free family event

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A free family event will be held in Galway tomorrow (Friday) to officially launch the flagship programme for Galway, West of Ireland European Region of Gastronomy (ERoG) 2018. The event will take place at the Spanish Arch from 5pm.

Oregon Grape Root: Nature’s antibiotic

Oregon Grape Root - aka Mountain Grape - is not actually a grape. It is one of several plants high in ‘berberine’, which is responsible for it’s anti-microbial action.

Top tips for beginner gardeners

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A new month can be a catalyst for a new hobby. Why not make gardening a new hobby this March?

Two and a half year delay from OPW to come back on flood report

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Councillors in the West Mayo Municipal District were left perplexed last week, when they were informed that it took the Office of Public Works two and a half years to come back with questions to Mayo County Council on a report for flood defence works in Carrowholly.

Suckler farmers need help now, says Farrell


Advice for protecting your home against rats

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The cold weather is the perfect time for rodents to invade homes as they seek warmth.

Panda Power enters the dual fuel market

Panda Power has burst onto the gas and dual fuel market, offering some of the best prices available today.

Claregalway locals to plant 5,000 trees this weekend at Knockdoemore Park

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Every week, Knockdoemore Park near Claregalway is home to almost 2,000 people running, walking, stretching, jumping. The players of Claregalway GAA train and play on the three pitches; the young athletes of Clare River Harriers jump and run in one corner; walkers and joggers use the floodlit and gravelled 1km circuit to build up fitness; the scouts practise their routines and learn their skills in another corner.


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