Search Results for 'Disaster_Accident'

795 results found.

Town Mayor calls for survey to ascertain traffic noise levels

The ongoing concern pertaining to traffic noise levels to the rear of residential properties adjoining the Athlone relief road was a pertinent issue for discussion at a recent meeting of Athlone Moate Municipal District.

Irish motorists urged to leave their lights on during driving daytime hours

As daylight time starts to get slightly longer each day as winter wanes, however, Continental Tyres Ireland is advising motorists not to wait until darkness to turn on their lights.

New Subaru Forester E-Boxer recognised by Euro NCAP

image preview

Subaru have announced that the all-new Forester e-Boxer has been awarded the ‘Best in Class Car of 2019’ in the small off-road/MPV class.

Driving offences in county on the rise

The number of driving offences in County Galway has risen according to a Garda report.

Cannon welcomes transport agency’s assurances over surface conditions on M6

An East Galway TD has welcomed assurances from Transport Infrastructure Ireland on surface conditions on the M6, following concerns he expressed over recent collisions during hail showers.

Top ten tips for winter driving

It is important in this cold weather drivers take extra safety precautions to avoid accidents, and Kevin Burke Tyres has provided some useful tips to help take some of the stress out of winter driving this year.

Athlone RSC swimming pool temporarily closed to public

image preview

Roof damage has resulted in the temporary closure of the swimming pool in Athlone Regional Sports Centre.

Safe a live and donate much needed blood today!

The Irish Blood Transfusion Service returns to the Shamrock Lodge Hotel, Athlone, from Tuesday, February 11 to Thursday, February 13, with donation sessions from 4.30pm to 8pm as members of the public being urged to give blood and help save lives.

Ensure visibility prominence during the winter nights

You know it makes sense to wear high visibility clothing, carry torches and take appropriate precautions when using the roads.

A misunderstanding or misinformation when it comes to pedestrians

image preview

Everyone needs to cross the road. This obvious fact can be overlooked when we take our place in the street hierarchy as a driver, cyclist or pedestrian. Roads are simply a means to an end and, however we travel, we seem to want precedence over those other groups, even if we may be part of them when making other journeys.

 

Page generated in 0.0925 seconds.