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Young female drivers most likely to suffer road rage

New research from AIG Insurance shows  young female drivers are the most likely to suffer from road rage among Irish motorists.

Local gardaí urge road users to stay safe over the holidays as checkpoint campaign continues

Gardaí are appealing to road users to stay safe on the road over the festive period as part of the Garda Síochána Western Region Road Safety Christmas Campaign.

JCI’s Techgate event hailed a great success

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JCI’s Techgate event last week at Monroes included some of leading start-ups from the West of Ireland as well as some of the better established technology companies showcasing their products and brands at the Expo.. Featuring eight speakers with outstanding talks covering a wide range of topics with representatives from Google, boards.ie, OnePageCRM and Ex Ordo to name a few, Techgate also supported local charity COPE and the Galway Autism Partnership.  

Ford announces model line-up for new Focus

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Ahead of its arrival here in November, Ford Ireland has told us the model line-up for the eagerly awaited newly updated Ford Focus range.

Castledaly house broken into while owners at home

Gardaí are seeking information on a break-in which occurred at a house in Castledaly on Tuesday evening this week (September 30) while the home was occupied.

Ford announces model line-up for new Focus

Ahead of its arrival here in November, Ford Ireland has told us the model line-up for the eagerly awaited newly updated Ford Focus range.

Last chance to go up or avoid the drop

It is all or nothing this weekend for a number of clubs as the final round of action in the Mayo League gets down to action. As it stands, we know that in the Super League Westport United are the champions, Fahy Rovers have been relegated with either Moy Villa or Iorras Aontaithe joining them in the Premier A next year. In the second tier Ballyglass and Conn Rangers have been promoted, but Westport United B could pip them to the title yet. At the bottom Urlar United are gone, with Snugboro United and Killala battling it out to avoid the drop, with the odds very much favouring the north Mayo men. In the Premier B, Kiltimagh/Knock United are the champions, Castlebar Celtic C and Iorras Aontaithe B are relegated, with Glenhest Rovers and Ballyhaunis Town battling it out for the last promotion place. The action in League One will also come down to the last day, with a winner takes all showdown on Sunday, while League Two was finished off a few weeks ago.

New Lexus NX on its way

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The new Lexus NX is due shortly at Lexus Galway at Tony Burke Motors, Ballybrit.

Text messaging service reduces hospital out-patient no-shows

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A new text reminder service, introduced recently at Galway University Hospitals, aims to reduce the number of people who do not show up for hospital outpatient appointments.

Gardai urge Galway public to ‘slow down’ on the roads this Bank Holiday weekend

The June Bank Holiday is approaching and with an expected increase of people on the roads over the course of the long weekend, the Garda Siochana is urging the public to be mindful of their safety and the safety of others when driving.

 

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