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Mobility solutions and payment specialist Easytrip is urging motorists to be considerate of other road users, a recent survey unearthing what annoys motorists about fellow drivers including their partner in a recent survey of 6,000 respondents.
The annually hosted Castledaly GAA GOAL Mile charity fundraising initiative, which took place on St Stephen's Day, proved a success with community members making donations to ease suffering of those globally struggling with hunger, disease and natural disasters.
In late August of 2005, one of the most dangerous tropical storms in history began brewing. The waters of the Gulf of Mexico were unusually warm that month, and the high temperatures transformed the ocean basin into a giant cauldron with the optimal conditions for growth.
A south Galway farming community is plunged into sadness following the tragic death of a young man in a farm accident on Monday.
There have been violent storms before and since the Big Wind of Sunday 6 to Monday 7 January 1839, but it was generally agreed at the time that nothing comparable could be remembered by the oldest inhabitants of this island.
daylight time starts to get slightly longer each day as winter wanes, but Continental Tyres Ireland is advising motorists not to wait until darkness to turn on their lights.
Gardaí investigating the single car fatal road traffic collision that occurred on the R347 near Ballyglunin early on Chjristmas Eve have appealed for information that may help their investigation.
The Voices of Connemara is a book to be treasured. Published initially in 2001, and now available as a paperback, it was put together by photographer Raymonde Standún and the late Bill Long (writer and broadcaster).
The cost of living crisis is probably putting lives at risk as motorists skimp on essential tyre maintenance.
Six crew members will be carrying pagers for the first time this Christmas at Galway RNLI. As the charity launches its Christmas appeal asking for help to continue its lifesaving work at sea, Aaron Reilly, James Corballis, Aaron Connolly, Sean McLoughlin, Ian Claxton and Shane Austin will be among the lifeboat crew preparing to drop their festive plans and go to the aid of someone in need if their pager sounds over the Christmas period.