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Thirteen-year-old twin sisters - Abi and Ava Galvin - from Ballina, have been keeping themselves busy over the past few months as - along with doing their homework, they have kept themselves entertained by making videos on TikTok - after their Dad Niall Galvin, promised they could get a puppy if the videos reached 100,000 likes.
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The Road Safety Authority and An Garda Síochána are urging drivers to put their mobile phones away while driving so they can focus all their attention on the road.
Mojofest, the longest running international smartphone content creators festival, returns to Galway. Glen Mulcahy, the director of Mojofest has announced that the festival will return to the Bailey Allen Hall in NUI Galway from 6th-8th June this year. Speaking at the launch he said: “I’m absolutely thrilled to be able to bring the conference back to Galway again. Having lived in Galway for 15 years myself I know what a wonderful, vibrant and creative community there is here and feedback from the delegates last year was fantastic. It simply would not have been possible to do this without the support and partnership of NUI Galway”
Athlone based development company Moonswing has enhanced its 'Aimsir' weather forecast iPhone and iPad app with the addition of the voice of Westmeath native and local primary school teacher Clíodhna Ní Chonaill.
A house on Wellpark Road was broken into on Thursday April 5 at 3pm. The home owners returned to find the front window forced open and a number of items stolen.
Mini says it has taken its modern classic convertible and given it lots of little tweaks and refinements that add up to something extra special.
Mini says it has taken its modern, classic convertible and given it lots of little tweaks and refinements that add up to something extra special.
Gardai in the city are investigating an incident last weekend in which a teenage woman was attacked and had vital medical equipment stolen.
Recent research conducted by Irish Life has shown that nearly all Irish adults (90 per cent) own a smartphone.