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Cathaoirleach of Mayo County Council, Councillor Michael Holmes, was on hand in the Holy Trinity Church, Westport, last Sunday to officially launch a music festival with a difference for Mayo this September.
JON AVERILL, the head of London based label Shock World Service, and Shock regular and Nightflight DJ Sol O’Carroll will be spinning the decks at the 110th Street Late Summer Boat Party.
Castlebar four-piece band, The New Social, is releasing a single ‘I Always Will’ to raise money for the Irish Cancer Society.
The Opel Meriva is a car that has surprised me for some time - primarily because it has been so under-rated by Irish motorists.
DOTT, THE Galway Advertiser’s ‘Galway Band of the Year 2013’, play two gigs over the Christmas period.
The new Opel Insignia, which arrives early next month, is much more than a refreshed mid-generation model. It delivers a level of engineering efficiency and a couple of other class-leading attributes that propels the Insignia past its major rivals, such as the Ford Mondeo and Volkswagen Passat, both of which have new model replacements arriving in the next 15 months.
The latest Nissan Micra has just arrived in showrooms showing off new looks, new quality, and new technology.
You didn’t realise it, but an MP3 player can kill you. The road safety office of Mayo County Council highlighted the dangers of what it calls “iPod oblivion/zombie alert,” which it describes as “a trance-like or zombie state entered by the fashion of some people using MP3 players, phones and electronic organisers on the move,” and which it believes is a contributory factor to many of the pedestrian/cyclist deaths in the Ireland each year. There were 28 pedestrians and eight cyclists killed on Irish roads in 2012. It is not known how many of these cases were caused by people listening to music because the Department of Transport and the Gardaí do not have this information at their disposal.
The all-new Golf, which goes on sale in Ireland in December, will have a starting price of €19,995 for the 'Trendline' three-door 1.2 TSI (petrol) and €22,695 for the 'Trendline' 1.6 TDI (diesel) three-door, writes Padraic Deane.
The new Golf, which goes on sale in Ireland in December, will have a starting price of €19,995 for the Trendline three-door 1.2 TSI (petrol) and €22,695 for the Trendline 1.6 TDI (diesel) three-door, writes Padraic Deane.