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The market launch of the new Skoda Fabia in Ireland has been delayed due to the global shortage of microchips.
Nightly water restrictions are now largely a thing of the past for many homes and business in Athlone, following a strategic and targeted approach by Irish Water to drive down leakage and provide a more secure and reliable water supply for the town.
As Halloween approaches, the ISPCA is reminding the public to be aware of the dangers Halloween poses to the wellbeing of all animals and to take extra measures to safeguard the safety of not only domestic pets but farm animals and wildlife too.
The number of driving offences in County Galway has risen according to a Garda report.
A study led by researchers at Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology, in collaboration with NUI Galway, has resulted in the development of the world’s first scientific shellfish traceability tool.
It is challenging to keep track of animals when outdoors and even a slight lapse in concentration can cause us to lose sight of our beloved pets. However, all of this can be avoided by getting your pet chipped and registered.
The Irish Travel Agents Association (ITAA) is reminding all Irish passport holders that a valid electronic passport is required if they wish to visit America under the Visa Waiver Program (VWP). As of April 1, all Irish people who are able to travel to the US via the VWP need this type of passport.
Legislation providing for compulsory microchipping of dogs is expected to be published shortly.
Galway drivers of heavy goods vehicles will be able to travel toll-free throughout the month of November as part of a limited trial in order to determine the impact of tolls on traffic flows.
Two local companies, Athlone-based Georgia Tech Ireland and System Label, based in Roscommon, are working together to develop smart packaging for the food industry.