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Do you consider yourself a true foodie fanatic? Can you tell your Five Guys fries from your Bunsens? Your Lemon & Herb from your Extra Hot?
After a strong start to the year, Toyota has maintained its position as Ireland’s best-selling car brand for the first quarter of 2021.
To mark Autism Awareness month this April SuperValu and AsIAm have launched a national colouring competition as part of their’ Say Yes to Autism Acceptance’ campaign.
Irish athlete Nadia Power, who competed at the European Championships this month in Poland, has become an official ambassador for Toyota Ireland.
There was further good news on the jobs front for Galway yesterday (Wednesday) when Hewlett Packard Enterprise named Galway as its European hub for cyber security operations.
Toyota and authorised converter Arctic Trucks’ newest off-roader, the Hilux AT35, will wear BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2 tyres as original equipment – the manufacturer’s toughest on/off-road fitment.
It is part of life that once something receives attention it’ll change. The online casino industry is no different. In the last year, Ireland has turned to them in droves. As they are, online casinos are an appealing product. Since the 1990s, when first started to appear as the internet started to become commercialised, as industries began to notice the perks of moving from their land-based forms to digital, online casinos’ main perk is their accessibility, their convenience.
Blackrock diving tower could be in line for major renovation and enhancement works as City Hall is assessing submissions from consultants who are prepared to undertake the proposed works.
News likely to appeal to motorists seeking an eco-responsible tyre that will save money and increase range is the announcement from French tyre maker Michelin that its new e.PRIMACY has hit the shelves.
Rape Crisis Centre looks for funding aid as expectations rise of post-lockdown reports of lockdown assaults
Galway Rape Crisis Centre (GRCC) and the staff in Aviva Ireland’s Galway office continue to explore innovative fundraising opportunities to raise much needed funds in the absence of the charity’s normal calendar of activities. Local restaurant owners Alice Jary and Richard Kennan from Rúibín Bar & Restaurant in Galway’s historic docklands, recently came to the rescue and generously offered an inventive solution with a virtual cooking and cocktail demonstration, at which the Aviva staff participated. The participants donated directly to GRCC to get access to the session and all funds raised was matched by Aviva.