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Seat has unveiled its first SUV model, which it describes as having a unique combination of distinctive design, dynamic driving fun, urban versatility, and compelling utility.
May 2016 sees the arrival of the AtlanTec Festival to Galway brought to you by the Information Technology Association of Galway (ITAG). ITAG is a long-established non-profit association with extensive links to the technology industry and a commitment to growing and strengthening the information technology sector in Galway and the West of Ireland.
From the long Saturday night, and into the long Sunday of in the Galway West count, in the Bailey Allen Hall, NUI Galway, here are the results, count by count.
Are you ready for triAthlone 2016? The Waterways Ireland annual triAthlone race, which takes place this year on Saturday August 6, is now open for entries.
Hidden Hearing at 2A & 2B John Broderick Street Irishtown Central, Athlone, is offering free professional ear wax removal to persons over 55 years of age on Friday, March 3. Clients will also receive a free hearing screening to further diagnose or rule out any hearing issues. The procedure is performed by a Hearing Care Professional who has received specialist training in both ear irrigation and dry mopping from Aston University in Birmingham. Hidden Hearing is the only hearing professional company to offer the wax removal service.
Euro NCAP has revealed the Best in Class cars of 2015 out of more than 40 vehicles released during a very busy year.
O’Donnellan & Joyce has linked up with major UK property website Zoopla, which will now give the Wild Atlantic Way property auction major exposure with a further 40 million viewers online.
CityPulse, an international research project exploring the use of smart city applications to improve the quality of life in urban environments, will be among the projects demonstrated at the Mobile World Congress 2016, taking place in Barcelona this week. The Galway-based Insight Centre for Data Analytics is among the institutions spearheading the project.
Fine Gael TD and General Election candidate, Seán Kyne has stressed the need for continued investment in Galway and the importance of sending representatives to Dublin who are willing and able to fight to secure such investment.