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Top tips for driving in snow and icy conditions

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Temperatures are dropping across the country and heavy snow fall and ice is forecast in the coming days. Driving in these conditions can be unsettling and dangerous, preparation is key to staying safe on the roads in this hazardous weather.

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Man who threatened to kill Galway politician gets suspended sentence

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Former Galway poilitician Lorraine Higgins has said that the upsetting experience of receiving death threats and online abuse was a line that should never be crossed, and she hopes it would not deter other females from entering politics.

People feeling financially pessimistic about 2018

New research published today by independent price comparison and switching service, Switcher.ie, reveals the extent of consumers’ financial concerns for 2018.

New Year personal finances still weigh heavily on people’s minds, study shows

New research shows that it might not be such a happy New Year for Irish consumers when it comes to their finances in 2018. Many admit to feeling less than optimistic about the year ahead, with money concerns and financial woes weighing heavily on people’s minds

Ministers launch life-saving technology

The Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment, Denis Naughten, and Minister for Rural and Community Development, Michael Ring, have launched a new emergency mobile phone precise location service that will greatly assist the emergency services in determining the exact location of people that call 999 or 112.

Frank Byrnes Autobody Repairs wins regional award again

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Frank Byrnes Autobody Repairs, Oranmore, has been announced the regional winner of the prestigious Irish Auto Trade for Connacht-Ulster Bodyshop of the Year 2018.

VW to enable car to car communications by 2019

Connectivity between different vehicles as well as between vehicles, and transport infrastructure in the vicinity is another important step towards connected motoring that aims to reduce road accidents, or minimise their consequences.

Most annoying Irish motorway driving habits revealed

Research carried out by Easytrip, specialist electronic parking and tolling tag provider, has revealed that 62 per cent of Irish drivers get most annoyed when other motorists ‘don’t use their indicators’ on the motorway.

Most annoying Irish motorway driving habits revealed

Research carried out by Easytrip, specialist electronic parking and tolling tag provider, has revealed that 62 per cent of Irish drivers get most annoyed when other motorists ‘don’t use their indicators’ on the motorway.

 

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