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Let the market forces give you the taste of Christmas

John F Kennedy might have said that on a clear day you can see Boston, but from tomorrow evening, we're nearer Berlin than Boston. Just when you're thinking where has the year gone since you sank your teeth into your last kangaroo burger, the Galway Continental Not So German But Full of Foreign Crusty Types Anyway Incontinence Christmas Market is upon us yet again.

2011 Continental Irish Van of the Year contenders

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The list of eligible vans for the title of Continental sponsored Irish Van of the Year 2011 award has been announced by the Irish Motoring Writers’ Association Van of the Year Jury.

2011 Continental Irish Van of the Year contenders

The list of eligible vans for the title of Continental sponsored Irish Van of the Year 2011 award has been announced by the Irish Motoring Writers’ Association Van of the Year Jury.

2011 Continental Irish Van of the Year contenders

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The list of eligible vans for the title of Continental sponsored Irish Van of the Year 2011 award has been announced by the Irish Motoring Writers’ Association Van of the Year Jury.

Information overload is endangering urban road users

Imagine if tomorrow morning your local authority decided to remove all yield, stop, and other such signage, as well as traffic lights and pedestrian crossings from your village, town or city?

Information overload is endangering urban road users

Imagine if tomorrow morning your local authority decided to remove all yield, stop, and other such signage as well as traffic lights, pedestrian crossings, etc, from your village, town, or city? Well up until last Monday, I would have cringed at such a prospect.

Traffic light and road sign overload is endangering road users

Delegates attending the annual Automotive Forum, organised by the Irish Motoring Writers Association and sponsored by Semperit Tyres, heard how overloading the motorist with traffic lights and road signs can increase road crashes in urban areas and that handing more responsibility to the driver can result in a spectacularly positive change in behaviour.

Information overload is endangering urban road users

Imagine if tomorrow morning your local authority decided to remove all yield, stop and other such signage as well as traffic lights, pedestrian crossings etc, from your village, town, or city? Well up until last Monday, I would have cringed at such a prospect.

Many great days out start with: ‘Are we there yet?’

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Parents wanting a stress-free day out with the kids should leave home at 8.37am and travel no more than 83km. These are the findings of a recent expert study into what makes a “great day out”.

 

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