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Opel Corsa GSi promises to be a real sports star

Opel says that the new Corsa GSi offers great precision for pure driving pleasure. And this is something that it is already impressively demonstrating in the midsize class, with the Insignia GSi.

Keeping children safe online

In recent weeks, the debate around child safety online has taken centre stage with the world-renowned cyber psychologist Dr Mary Aiken calling for children under the age of 14 to be prevented from owning smartphones. Reports of cyberbullying are becoming more common, and many parents are unsure about just what are reasonable measures to take in order to protect their children. Teenagers too complain about the amount of time their parents spend distracted by the addictive power of the same technology.

Bright eyed children at Optique Opticians

Your children's eyesight is precious. Visual problems can affect their abilities in schoolwork, sport, and social development.

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The Fits-More-Than-a-Mint Clutch

When the rare becomes the commonplace

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The thing about Once In A Hundred Years events is that, they self-implode. They are no longer sustainable as news events. Once Once In A Hundred Years events happen and are repeated soon after, they lose their appeal. They don’t carry the awe and wonder anymore.

Dirtbirds - internet sensation on stage in Galway

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DIRTBIRDS, THE Irish sketch comedy duo and internet sensation, are coming out from behind the cameras, the laptops, and smartphones, and are hitting the stages around Ireland.

Get ready for the launch of the new Opel Grandland X

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The lastest SUV offering is the Opel Grandland X which will be on show in Galway tomorrow in JJ Fleming's state-of-the-art showroom.

Irish Life study reveals our growing dependence on smartphones

Recent research conducted by Irish Life has shown that nearly all Irish adults (90 per cent) own a smartphone.

Consumers avoid shops that do not accept card as method of payment

Some 43 per cent of Irish consumers have at one stage intentionally avoided a shop that did not have card or contactless payment facilities, according to a new survey by card payment provider BOI Payment Acceptance (BOIPA).

Sign up for classes and activities at Croí na Gaillimhe

Croí na Gaillimhe will hold its biannual registration morning on Tuesday September 12 from 9.30am to 12.30pm.

 

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