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Fianna Fáil TD for Roscommon/Galway, Deputy Eugene Murphy has hit out at the continued delays in the signing of the contract for the National Broadband Plan which he says is having a serious impact on hundreds of thousands of homes and businesses in rural Ireland waiting to be connected to the network.
Westport and Knock are to become free public wi-fi zones thanks to a unique initiative which will give locals and tourists in seven tourism centres across Ireland unlimited access to broadband speeds of up to 100mps.
It is interesting to meet someone again after a long period of time, especially someone with whom you spent five days a week for about six years, but that is what school reunions are all about. People will have inevitably aged and may have gained bellies, more wrinkles, their hair greyer than before, or maybe have no hair at all, so there is often a little tension mixed with the expectation of meeting them again. But the end result is generally delight at reviving old friendships, at the renewed camaraderie, at all the nostalgia, the memories of sporting occasions, the sharing of photographs and, of course, the stories about particular teachers. Indeed, some who were slogged or mistreated by teachers may use the reunion as a kind of revenge. Inevitably, some stories will have taken on legs — “The older we got, the better we were”. The reunion is also an occasion to remember colleagues who have died in the interim.
Providing Ireland’s fastest broadband connection, Virgin Media has released the amazing Mix Bundle package.
So what is Plogging you say? It’s the latest fitness trend taking the world by storm! The concept originated in Sweden, instead of jogging past litter, you take a bag with you and pick it up! Not only does this benefit the environment, but you’re also incorporating squats and lunges into your jog without even realizing. Who would say no to more burned calories?
Retail Excellence, the largest retail representative body, has released the results of its ‘December eCommerce Dashboard Report’, which monitors online sales trends in Ireland.
The Digital Schools of Distinction is a flagship programme which aims to promote, recognise, and encourage excellence in the use of technology in primary schools.
Colaiste Eoin, based in Hacketstown, County Carlow, has recently benefitted from an upgrade in its Information Communications Technology (ICT) infrastructure. Working over the summer months, school principal Michael Daly and local Carlow firm t2, implemented a state-of-the-art ICT system, which enables secure file sharing between classrooms and centralised back-up of all school data, crucial to a school like Colaiste Eoin.