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Diecast model show set for Kilkenny

Kilkenny Diecast Model Show will take place in the Springhill Hotel on Sunday, November 20 – the first event of its kind to ever take place in Kilkenny.

Time to get set for winter with Ardagh Agri Services

With the weather turning and the long winter ahead. Being protected for whatever the winter throws at you is an essential. At Ardagh Agri Services, Crossmolina Road, Ballina the crew will have you ready to face the elements full on. They can check your tyres, oil levels, starters, alternators, batteries, and lights and beacons.

Protect your family and your home against burglaries with Right Price Alarms

Kieran Lavelle, director of Right Price Alarms (formerly known as AlarmCom) has been in the security industry for 15 years with more than 5,000 successful installations of intruder alarms, CCTV and electric gates.

Mayo householders should be vigilant for scams

Superintendent of Castlebar Peter O’Boyle has urged the public to not to give out any personal financial details or hand over any money to anyone who may call at your door, or cold call to your home phone, as a number of scams are ongoing in the region.

Road users beware farm machines

The Road Safety Authority and the Irish Farmers Association are urging road users to take extra care as the number of tractors, trailers, and other farm machinery using the roads increases over the summer months.

Gardaí to crack down on cars with tinted windows and loud exhausts

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The divisional traffic unit in Mayo has launched an initiative, which is part of a nationwide campaign, in order to deal with vehicles which have loud exhausts and excessively tinted windows. However, gardaí in Mayo are giving motorists in Mayo a grace period of two weeks, until June 15, to rectify these defects.

RSA and IFA issue joint road safety appeal

The Road Safety Authority (RSA) and the Irish Farmers Association (IFA) have urged road users to take extra care as the number of tractors, trailers and other farm machinery using the roads increases over the summer months.

Gardaí to crack down on cars with tinted windows and loud exhausts

The divisional traffic unit in Mayo has launched an initiative, which is part of a nationwide campaign, in order to deal with vehicles which have loud exhausts and excessively tinted windows. However, gardaí in Mayo are giving motorists in Mayo a grace period of two weeks, until June 15, to rectify these defects.

RSA and IFA issue joint road safety appeal

The Road Safety Authority (RSA) and the Irish Farmers Association (IFA) have urged road users to take extra care as the number of tractors, trailers and other farm machinery using the roads increases over the summer months.

Foróige course shows Co Galway youth importance of farm safety

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Learning to operate and run farm machinery properly and safely is an important part of life for young people in rural areas, and last weekend saw Foróige provide just such skills to Gort youths.

 

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