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Album review: Value Void

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THERE HAVE been many terms coined over the ages to describe falling in, and being in, love, so it is some achievement for London based trio Value Void to have come up with a new one.

One third of vehicles broken into were left unlocked

Unlocked cars are an invitation to thieves, according to latest figures from An Garda Síochána.

An auction of rare books, literature, manuscripts and sporting collectibles

Fonsie Mealy auctioneers will conduct an auction comprising more than 800 lots on May 30 at the Tara Towers Hotel, Dublin 4.

Up to 70pc off during Burgess fashions and homeware summer sale

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Burgess Summer Sale will offer up to 70 per cent off a selection of quality, popular fashion and homeware brands when it begins on Thursday, June 25 at 9.30am.

How much are you paying for your car finance?

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More than a quarter (27 per cent) of consumers in Ireland with a car loan have no idea what interest rate they are paying on their motoring finance, according to research recently released by Volkswagen.

Sherry Fitzgerald reports rising demand from UK

UK buyers are fixing their sights on Irish property on foot of strong sterling values against the euro and soaring property prices over there. While a 15 per cent increase in house prices here last year might have threatened to put some buyers off, the OECD has described Irish property as undervalued and by as much as 60 per cent in some rural locations. The value of sterling is also a driving factor, with a €500,000 property now £26,041 cheaper than it would have been a year earlier.

We need to follow Britain’s pothole fix

Just before Christmas Britain’s Transport secretary announced a massive £6bn fund to help tackle potholes and improve local roads over the next six years. This is the kind of planning that we should be seeing here as our economy recovers, writes Padraic Deane.

Man pleads guilty to stealing from AIB Mullingar

A man remains in custody after he pleaded guilty to a number of fraud offences at the AIB in Mullingar.

Latest Garda Report shows city crime down ten per cent

Crime in the city last year was down 10 per cent with a total of 6,707 incidents detected, according to the latest Garda Report presented to members of the Galway City Joint Policing Committee.

Prices of four-bed houses in Mayo up marginally

Asking prices for four-bed semi-detached houses in Mayo have shown tentative signs of growth in the third quarter of 2013, with the latest survey from property website MyHome.ie showing that prices for this house type rose by 0.4 per cent to €140,000 in the quarter.

 

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