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Companies, self-employed entrepreneurs, private individuals and local organisations in Mayo registered 459 new. ie domains in the first half of 2019, according to the latest edition of the .ie Domain Profile Report, published this week by IE Domain Registry.
With ‘Safer Internet Day’ now a prominent date in the education calendar, independent price comparison and switching service, Switcher.ie, has compiled a selection of useful tips to help parents keep their children safe while online.
A total of 423 new .ie domains were registered in Mayo in the first half of 2018 (January 1 to June 30), according to the latest Domain Profile Report published this week by the IE Domain Registry, the company that manages and maintains Ireland’s official internet country domain name, .ie.
Last year 523 .ie domain names were registered in Mayo, a 12 per cent decrease on the number in 2015. The latest figures were released by IE Domain Registry (IEDR) in its latest annual report. IEDR is responsible for maintaining Ireland's code domain name extension, the .ie you see at the end of a web address.
An anonymous art exhibition and auction will be held on November 26 at Tribeton. This exciting event will see the works of over 25 artists anonymously exhibited then auctioned off — only after the hammer comes down will the artist be revealed.
As the battle heats up among the various Irish cities to become the European Capital of Culture 2020, Galway has become the first to launch an inspiring bid video in a rallying call to its citizens.
Tony Burke says the most important thing people need to consider when buying a new/second-hand car is the residual value, i.e what the car will be worth in a few years time.
It is an exciting time in the Parish of Cong, Cross and the Neale, the long awaited community centre is coming near completion and an invitation is being put out to encourage people to get involved and help name the new state of the art building.
Internet users must learn to switch off and overcome their online addiction, according to the Irish Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (IACP).