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Thief who targeted NUI Galway campus gets twenty one months jail

A 29-year-old Tuam man who continually targeted NUI Galway prowling the campus and committing a number of offences including taking handbags from the church, stealing a car carrying a laptop with sensitive medical information, and selling off the pieces of a medallion and chain worth €5,000 to a cash for goods store, has been jailed for 21 months and disqualified from driving for five years.

Appy Days with Big O Taxis

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.

Electric cars – Are they a realistic option yet?

I had a long phone conversation this week with an evangelist for electric cars. With fuel gone through the roof, and neither a domestic oil industry nor a domestic car industry to keep happy, Ireland ought to be the perfect location for electric cars.

Electric cars – Are they a realistic option yet?

I had a long phone conversation this week with an evangelist for electric cars. With fuel gone through the roof, and neither a domestic oil industry nor a domestic car industry to keep happy, Ireland ought to be the perfect location for electric cars.

Athenry model to be the face of China-based company

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A County Galway model, who has graced the daily newspapers on a regular basis, has been named as the face of an international company based in China.

TomTom Places now available in Ireland

TomTom is rapidly expanding its local search engine, TomTom Places. The service has recently been introduced in Sweden, Austria, Norway, Spain, and is now available in Ireland.

Councillor proposes adoption of technology to bypass his own job

On the day the abolition of town councils was to be discussed by the Cabinet, a Mullingar councillor suggested adopting a piece of technology that could speed up the council’s own demise.

Proust Questionnaire

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What is your idea of perfect happiness?

Cost effective training for start-up businesses

Starting next week the Galway County and City Enterprise Board is rolling out a new programme of training courses in May and June designed and priced with the small to middle sized business in mind. The courses are also relevant for someone who is thinking of starting a business and not sure of the next step to take, or someone with an idea and not sure how to develop or make it happen.

Police Academy star to play The Royal Theatre

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Michael Winslow, multi-talented comedian best known for his role as Sgt Larvelle in the Police Academy series of movies is bringing his hilarious show to the Royal Theatre, Castlebar on Thursday July 26.

 

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