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Lough Carra book launch

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Dermot Fadden and Noel Brett, Castlebar, admired some of Lynda Huxley’s photographs at the recent launch of a book all about Lough Carra by nature conservationists Chris and Lynda Huxley, in the Linenhall Art Centre, Castlebar. Photo: Michael Donnelly.

Road safety in crisis

It is often the case in business that the time when you should be worried about something is not when it is in a crisis. The worries tend to be obvious at that stage, and everyone is focussed.

Road safety in crisis

It is often the case in business that the time when you should be worried about something is not when it is in a crisis. The worries tend to be obvious at that stage, and everyone is focussed.

Road safety in crisis

It is often the case in business that the time when you should be worried about something is not when it is in a crisis. The worries tend to be obvious at that stage, and everyone is focussed.

Westmeath road deaths plummet since 2007

The highly active national campaign to reduce road fatalities in Ireland has proved very effective in Westmeath over the last five years with a 65 per cent reduction in deaths, it was revealed this week.

Road deaths in Mayo fall by forty three per cent

Road fatality figures released by the Road Safety Authority (RSA) have revealed that there was a 43 per cent reduction in road deaths in Mayo during the Government Road Safety Strategy 2007 to 2012 when compared to the period of the previous strategy which ran from 2004 to 2006. These figures were announced as the RSA prepares to finalise the next Road Safety Strategy which will span an eight year period from 2013 to 2020.

2012 road deaths is lowest on record

Provisional road casualty figures for 2012 show a total of 161 people tragically lost their lives on Irish roads in 2012.

New driving licence to be phased in from January

From January 2013, anyone who applies for a first learner permit or is renewing his/her driving licence will receive a modern, plastic, credit-card sized version. The new licence will be in a format that is standardised and recognisable throughout the EU and is one of the changes being introduced in Ireland as part of a new EU directive.

Drug driving a growing danger on our roads

The Western Region Drugs Task Force has joined forces with the Road Safety Authority and An Garda Síochána to put out a warning to drivers this Christmas to stay off the roads if they are under the influence of either drugs or alcohol.

Drug driving - a growing danger on Galway roads

“Don’t risk it.” That is the message from the Western Region Drugs Task Force to people planning to drive while under the influence of drugs or alcohol this Christmas.

 

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