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Its that time of year again! The kids are back to school, more traffic on the roads in the morning and the evenings are closing in. You will feel the nip in the air and know its time to put the heating back on.
Do you find it impossible to lose weight and keep it off despite your best efforts to diet? Does everyone around you seem to eat more than you - and yet somehow end up slimmer? Do you struggle to resist carbohydrate foods such as bread, cakes, chocolate, crisps and pasta? Do most of your excess pounds sit around your tummy? Do you feel tired for much of the time, irritable and unable to focus? Do you feel bloated and sluggish?
The ESB has updated its ‘ecar connect’ app to give owners of electric vehicles the ultimate driving experience.
One of the largest vintage rallies in the west of Ireland will be held in Mountbellew, this coming Sunday, July 26. From a small beginning 14 years ago, this vintage festival has grown dramatically over the years and now draws huge audiences from all over Ireland and many from overseas.
A bio energy specialist with Teagasc says that farmers in Mayo could lead the way when it comes to Ireland's energy crop sector, following the announcement of a new biomass power plant for Killala.
There has been an increase in grant levels for the Better Energy Homes scheme which Longford-Westmeath Fine Gael TD, Gabrielle McFadden believes will encourage more people to invest in energy efficiency improvements in their homes.
Energy Night, Ireland’s largest and longest-running student-run energy event, will take place in NUI Galway next week.
Effective from November production, Citroen has made more improvements to the fuel efficiency and reduced the CO2 emissions of the Berlingo – the brand’s best-selling LCV model.
SVP says energy efficient homes bring real savings but inadequate income is main cause of fuel poverty
Research on the income and accommodation of a sample group of household types supported by the Society of St Vincent de Paul (SVP) has found that while inadequate income is the main cause of energy poverty making homes more energy efficient brings real benefits.
Simple waste cutting measures, such as swapping to energy saving light bulbs and fitting draught excluders, could save householders a pretty penny this winter.