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Mullingar Motor Auction celebrates 25 years of success

Mullingar Motor Auction, Mullingar Business Park (beside Red Earth) is one of the longest running car auctions in the country. Taking place at 7.30pm every Monday night (except bank holidays) in Mullingar, the auction gathers people who are interested in buying and selling cars from across the country.

Sizzling summer specials at David Martin

With all the upcoming events happening in the city this summer, and the Galway Races just around the corner, every woman will want to look her best. With David Martin announcing that it is continuing with its specials on colour and highlights you can have beautiful hair without feeling overindulgent.

A waffley good time in Liosbaun

Mr Waffle has been popular from day one. Located on a very busy intersection, the flagship shop on Newcastle Road is convenient for both the university and the hospital. Both fine institutions, it's fair to say, but somewhat notorious for the poor quality food available to workers, students, and inmates. However, Mr Waffle's wide selection of crepes, sandwiches, quesadillas, and salads has saved many of them from a joyless lunch break.

EPA urges businesses in Westmeath to get cost saving advice and protect the environment

The Environmental Protection Agency has recently launched a one-stop shop for businesses in Westmeath to help them save money while preventing waste, conserving water, and reducing their energy costs. The EPA developed these resources for the many businesses in Westmeath facing increasing energy costs and waste and water charges that are looking to reduce their overheads by adopting smarter, greener ways of doing business.

Sick leave entitlement viewed as ‘a right by public sector’ — Conneely

Absenteeism in the public sector is viewed by a minority as an ‘entitlement’ and used by some to take a holiday from work, according to the chairman of HSE West, Cllr Padraig Conneely.

Sick leave entitlement viewed as ‘a right by public sector’ — Conneely

Absenteeism in the public sector is viewed by a minority as an ‘entitlement’ and used by some to take a holiday from work, according to the chairman of HSE West, Cllr Padraig Conneely.

Activities continue at Museum of Country Life

The National Museum of Country Life keeps up its wide range of education and demonstration programmes in the coming weeks. A textile craft demonstration will take place on Sunday January 28 from 11am to 4pm. The following Friday, February 3, the knitting circle will return. This drop-in event will take place from 11am to 1pm and is open to all. The following day, Saturday February 4, it is the turn of the music circle to strike up a tune from 3pm to 5pm.

New photographic exhibition on The Big House opens at Museum of Country Life

Today is it hard to imagine a world without photographs. They decorate our homes, are on social network sites, in our school textbooks, in our newspapers, in family albums, and kept safe in our wallets and purses. It is hard to belief photography is only 160 years old.

Acos Oil works around your heating budget

Acos Oil is a new oil company set up by Mark Costello to supply home heating oil to the people of Galway city and county.

Corrib ‘rape tape’ was tampered with, Minister for Justice reveals

It was revealed yesterday (Thursday) that the so called Corrib ‘rape tape’ was tampered with and as a result the five gardaí at the centre of an investigation will not face criminal charges.

 

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