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A motion calling on the Government to legislate for the outlawing of the purchase of mobile phones, SIM cards, and other electronic communication devices without a valid form of identification has been passed by the Galway City Council.
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Fianna Fáil TD for Roscommon/Galway Eugene Murphy, has noted that a large number of mobile phone black spots in his constituency are proving detrimental to rural businesses and dwellers.
SCANDO-BALERIAC House and Disco aficionado Telephones - stage name of Norwegian DJ Henning Severud - is coming to Galway to play a once off boat party, along with a set at Electric.
Claremorris’ businesses are being urged by their Chamber of Commerce to seize the fantastic opportunity available to become Ireland’s first fibre town. However, the development of the country’s first “fibre to the business” (FTTB) network in Claremorris will only happen if over 50 per cent of the town’s businesses sign up according to chamber president Jimmy Flynn.
Ballina and Castlebar are two of thirteen communities included in the Eircom Group fibre rollout, it was announced this week, following last year’s commitment by Eircom to spend €100 million on Phase 1 of a plan that aims to reach one million premises over the next four years.
In a world where staying connected has become the ‘be all and end all’ it is little wonder that businesses get tangled up in their own web of inefficient phone lines and other overly complicated communication systems resulting in money unneccessarily going down the drain. However, Avita Communications can help reduce these costs, installing the very latest technology and efficient solutions, providing more security, leaving you to get on with growing your business.
Local Kilkenny Senator, Pat O’Neill this week introduced a motion in the Senate calling for mobile phone operators and suppliers to make all information in their possession available about the health risks of mobile phones.
A warning label of the possible health effects of using mobile phones could be placed on all handsets and packaging if legislation from Galway senator Niall Ó Brolcháin is successful.
A Mayo Dáil deputy has expressed his shock and dismay at the failure of Government to introduce regulations requiring the registration of all mobile phones as a means of curbing the activities of drug barons who use untraceable and unregistered telephones.