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High numbers of Irish employees are already used to working from home, but many more will now have to familiarise themselves with the concept.
A project to provide free public Wi-Fi hotspots in a number of locations across Mayo is progressing, with work on connections starting in the coming weeks.
We are halfway through February and many of our minds have been on Six Nations rugby, the launch of Galway 2020, and the General Election. But how much time have we thought about ourselves and our own needs? Why not treat ourselves this month with a new electric car?
For those of you contemplating a pre-Christmas shopping or theatre break in the capital, the four-star Carlton Hotel Blanchardstown is for you — This luxurious contemporary lively hub, with 155 beautifully appointed bedrooms, is very popular with ladies groups where shopping or going to the theatre is a must. This hotel is easily connected to many of Dublin’s most popular tourist destinations which are right on the doorstep.
A new extension to Galway Free Wi-Fi, which officially opens this week, sees it expand from 13 to 35 access points, confirming Galway as Ireland’s largest Wi-Fi connected city.
Enjoy a vibrant and lively atmosphere, teamed with inviting surroundings, house DJ, rustic décor and mouth-watering menus this summer. Dillisk on the Docks is perfect for your next BBQ or party in Galway with an inviting bar and restaurant, dedicated outdoor heated garden, social seating and sharing tables.
Tesla has just opened its Irish order book for its all-new Model 3. The Irish configurator launches with Model 3 AWD Performance and RWD in Standard Range Plus. The entry level Model 3 starts at €48,900.
Property: Lakeview House, Coolagarry, Curraghboy, Co. Roscommon, N37 RW82
The 4 star Carlton Hotel Blanchardstown, conference centre and gardens is a luxurious contemporary lively hub, with 155 beautifully appointed bedrooms, very popular with ladies groups where shopping or going to the theatre or races is a must.
Ford has unveiled their heavily revised Ranger pick-up, which is set to go on sale in Ireland this spring. It says that the new European Ranger offers enhanced performance, fuel efficiency, plus advanced connectivity and new driver assistance technologies have been introduced.