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Explore the heart of Ireland this summer from your home away from home, The Prince of Wales Hotel, situated centrally on Church Street in Athlone. The hotel can be found alongside the River Shannon in a beautiful location. This stunning four-star hotel is the perfect choice for your break this summer.
KINVARA SMART Arts Exhibition, an exciting collaboration between 12 local teenagers and 12 Kinvara Area Visual Arts artists, is currently running in The Courthouse in the south Galway village.
shows most resolutions will not make it past the second week in February.
Property: An Dun, Battery Bridge, Athlone
Much tougher penalties came into force in England, Scotland, and Wales last month for the illegal use of mobile phones while driving.
Mark Bowles is founder and senior vice president of Innovation with ecoATM, provider of automated recycling stations for consumer electronics, and acquired by Outerwall for $350 million in 2013. Bowles has more than 25 years in the semiconductor, wireless, and kiosk industries and has been involved in the formation and funding of six tech startups for which he has raised 17 rounds of VC financing totalling nearly $250M, with some nice financial exits for these investors in the process. Prior to ecoATM, Bowles was VP marketing and business development with Vativ (sold to Entropic). Prior to that, Bowles co-founded Staccato in 2002 and was VP marketing and business development.
Phone Doc, specialists in mobile phone repairs and accessories, says more smart phone users are getting caught by exceeding their allocated data plan.
The Telecommunications and Internet Federation (TIF), the IBECgroup that represents the telecoms sector, today called on companies and individuals in the West to engage in the Department of Communications consultation on high speed broadband, which closes next Thursday February 12. Last year, the Department announced a major initiative to subsidise a high speed broadband (30Mbps) network to ensure every home and business is covered. To benefit, it's important that people check to see if they are covered by the existing plans.
A civil servant received one of the coldest receptions ever afforded to a visitor at a Galway County Council meeting earlier this week when he gave a presentation on the National Broadband Plan. Sean Griffin from the Department of Communications was handed the unenviable task of delivering an update on the plan, and how it would affect long-suffering internet users in rural Galway. But it was unlikely that Mr Griffin had reckoned on a chamber packed with 39 irate councillors, each of whom was awarded time to speak on the contentious issue. And it was not pretty. At one stage the department representative was even accused of pedalling “happy pills’’ to pacify a bunch that were anything but happy.