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Call for telemedicine facilities for island communities

A Dáil Deputy has sought an update on the provision of telemedicine facilities for island communities as outlined in the Programme for Government. The Fine Gael spokesperson on Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs, Deputy Michael Ring, said the proposal was to provide telemedicine facilities to allow Ireland's most remote island communities and medical practitioners access to doctors and consultants in specialist hospitals.

Holding a mobile phone while driving

A man paid the price for using a mobile phone while driving at Castlecomer Court this week.

Make someone’s Christmas with a merry mobile

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There is still a considerable number of people in this world who appreciate practical gifts. When you look for gifts for such people, it might be that little bit easier, but it definitely helps to know them to a certain extent. Of course if you’re really practical, you will find use for anything you get, but even if a gift is a functional one, it’s nice for it to be one we enjoy using as well.

Get rid of your old phone

Got an unused mobile phone hanging around the house? Don’t bin it, get it down to your nearest C&C Cellular outlet and help community groups county-wide raise money for defibrillators.

Galway company and VoSKY team up for low cost calls for Volvo stopover

Galway-based telecoms specialist Calimar is working in partnership with the Volco Ocean Race team to help reduce the cost of international calls for race team members, staff, and the internatinal press during the Galway stopover of the Volvo Ocean Race.

Mayo company set to revolutionise the world’s mobile phone market

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The Innovation in Business Centre in Castlebar is nestled behind the trees on the busy ring road and adjacent to the bustling GMIT. Many people probably do not know of its existence but its importance is immeasurable.


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