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Ten per cent of drivers admit to regularly texting while driving

Motorists are being urged to put their mobile phones away when driving as new research from the Road Safety Authority shows that one in 10 motorists admit to regularly texting while behind the wheel.

Drivers urged to slow down for UN Global Road Safety Week

The week's sixth annual UN Global Road Safety Week, which runs until Sunday, is calling for drivers to slow down.

Move to improve your health

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When programming for clients, I always have a look at their overall daily energy expenditure, not just the time that they spend exercising.

Almost €3.5 million for cycling and walking infrastructure in Mayo

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Mayo County Council has been given €3,349,500 from the National Transport Authority for the provision of sustainable transport projects in Mayo.

A summer tram on William Street, 1904

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Our photograph of William Street shows the horse-drawn open-topped summer tram heading towards the terminus on Eyre Square.

'You cannot put a price on life' - says councillor on Breaffy speed limit report

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The elected members of the Castlebar Municipal District are waiting to hear the observations from locals and community groups in Breaffy on a report putting forward a number of options, before they decide on what steps to take next in their pursuit of the lowering of the speed limit in the village.

New agreement now in place for exchange of UK driving licences

The Minister for Transport, Mr Eamonn Ryan TD, has signed an agreement with the United Kingdom that will allow for the exchange of UK driving licences for an Irish licence, for holders of UK licences resident here.

O’Hara criticises EY report on Western Rail Corridor

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Galway East Sinn Féin’s Louis O’Hara has criticised the recently published EY Report for being ‘too narrow in its appraisal of the Western Rail Corridor.’

Councillors concerned they will have to vote again on rejected speed limits

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Councillors have expressed fears that the proposals for speed limits and increases they rejected this week will come back to them unchanged, leaving Galway with little ability to create speed limits suitable for different areas of the city.

Superbly located apartment in Salthill

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O'Donnellan & Joyce is offering for sale a two bed apartment in a highly sought after residential area within minutes of Salthill village and promenade. Rockbarton Court is a purpose-built development of approximately 30 units divided into six blocks surrounded by spacious mature private communal gardens to front and rear and well maintained common areas.

 

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