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Longford-Westmeath Minister of State for Trade Promotion, Digital and Company Regulation, Deputy Robert Troy, has issued a reminder to Irish consumers about the new arrangements now in place for online retail under the recently concluded Trade and Cooperation Agreement between the EU and the UK.
Crime prevention in Westmeath has received Government financial support with relevant funding being allocated to the community text alert scheme.
Some 10,000 parents have availed of the Road Safety Authority’s (RSA) free child car seat checking service since the service began in 2013.
Startling new research from the Road Safety Authority (RSA) has found that as many as four of every five childrens’ car seats are incorrectly fitted.
The RSA’s ‘Check it Fits’ service aims to save lives by ensuring that child seats are properly fitted in cars.
New and expectant Galway parents concerned about the cost of all baby gear should check out the Bubbly Baby Market in The Salthill Hotel on Sunday February 17.
Did you know that three out of four chid car seats are not fitted correctly, which can cause death or serious injury? With so many more cars on the road it is important that parents ensure that car seats are fitted correctly and that children are restrained in the appropriate car seat.
To address the issue of not restraining children properly in cars, the RSA is taking its Check It Fits Roadshow on the road again, from the October 8 to 12. The roadshow will visit Humbert Street car park in Ballina on Saturday October 8 from 10am to 5pm. At the roadshow, parents, guardians, and grandparents will be given the opportunity to get their child’s car restraint fitted by an expert, free of charge.
A Ballyhaunis woman who was involved in a minor traffic accident where Gardai found that a five-year-old child not properly restrained in the back of the car, was disqualified from driving for three months in Claremorris District Court this week.
A copy of the book Child Law was presented to President Mary McAleese by its author, Galway city native Geoffrey Shannon, illustrating the esteem in which the much-praised work is held.