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Lunar Playground’s tag line reads, somewhat ironically,“We don’t do tag lines, we do rock ‘n’ roll”. While the first half of this statement might be dubious, the second is beyond doubt.
Monroe’s Live has become the first live music venue in the West of Ireland to launch its own mobile app.
On Friday, the top all-Irish tribute to possibly the greatest grunge band of all time, Pearl Jam, comes to Monroe’s Live in Galway.
Foot-stomping Australian folksters The Pierce Brothers come to Monroe’s Live this Saturday.
This evening, Monroe’s Live goes underground as it presents some of the best up-and-coming indie bands in the country with The Underground Sound.
A new app has been launched which will allow people access bus times for bus services across Galway city and county and the rest of Ireland.
Last year, NUI Galway released an Android weather app to keep Galwegians up-to-date on local weather and weather trends. Due to popular demand, the university has now released an iPhone version. The app development was carried out by Ronan Everiss, an NUI Galway Bachelor of Science in Information Technology graduate under the supervision of Dr Hugh Melvin.
Thirteen tourism businesses from Co Westmeath are being promoted to international visitors on a brand new app for iPhones and android devices. The app, called ‘Gathering Gestures’, has been created by Tourism Ireland specifically for The Gathering Ireland 2013 and offers a wide variety of ‘gestures’ to ensure our international visitors get more from their holiday here and an extra special welcome in this year of The Gathering.
Joe Walls was in his late thirties when he started to get dizzy spells. He felt exhausted as well. He was doing a FAS course at the time and when he came home in the evening he would be “incredibly tired” and only able to “crash out in front of the television”.
Headaches lead to more than 890,000 missed days of work annually and a further one in five people in Ireland have had limited work ability due to a headache. Headache sick days cost Irish employers €99.5 million annually. This research was announced at the launch of Headache Awareness Week, which takes place from March 16 to 23, in association with Nurofen. The research also revealed that within the workplace, 24 per cent of people in Connacht said their workload is their biggest headache trigger, 22 per cent claimed that staring at the screen all day was the main cause, while dealing with stressed colleagues or clients triggered work headaches for another 17 per cent of respondents.