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A WELL Spent Smile is the title of an engaging collection of poetry recently published by Robert Hilton, captain of The Aran Flyer ferry. The ups and downs of Hilton’s long seafaring life infuse poems that are sometimes funny, sometimes serious, and constantly a pleasure to read.
Get home safe taxi app puts Galway techie in driving seat to become Nissan Generation Next ambassador
A 23-year-old tech graduate from Galway who has created an app that allows students to get a taxi to get home safely, even when they have no cash, bank card or phone, is in the driving seat to become a Nissan Generation Next ambassador.
Galway Taxis has over the last two years changed its dispatch system to allow online and app bookings from smartphones. This has resulted in a growth in overall business over the last six months. The Galway Taxis app is now in operation for more than two years and accounts for almost 15 per cent of all bookings. With more than 4,500 app downloads on Android and iPhone, the company plans to introduce a Windows app later this year. Galway Taxis will be the first taxi app to provide its services on this platform.
YOU ONLY turn 16 once, so when that milestone birthday comes around, it makes sense to do it in style, and that is just what clubnight 110th Street plans to do.
JON AVERILL, the head of London based label Shock World Service, and Shock regular and Nightflight DJ Sol O’Carroll will be spinning the decks at the 110th Street Late Summer Boat Party.
A new smartphone app launched this week by a local taxi company looks set to revolutionise the way in which people will book taxis. This app is available for the iPhone, iPad, Android and Windows Phone smart phones.
Big O Taxis is currently celebrating 30 years in business and to mark the occasion, one of its new or loyal customers will win a €1,000 holiday voucher, while all customers will receive a €2 discount on all fares over €10.
Labour Cllr Niall Mc Nelis has said that the proposals in the Taxi Regulator’s new Action Plan for 2010-2011 yet again fail to address the ongoing crisis situation in the taxi sector.
‘’Now that the much-awaited report into taxi numbers is completed, the government seems happy to ignore the obvious, breathe a sigh of relief and thank God they have yet another committee to hide behind,’’ Local Election candidate Eugene McGuinness.