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Whether you've been driving for years or are a new driver itching to get on the roads, the law requires you to have third-party insurance at a minimum. You can be prosecuted, fined up to €5,000, or even face court if you are caught driving without insurance - and it's possible your car could be taken or destroyed.
Meet the local women who are trying to demystify egg freezing
The co-founders of Galway based yoga and wellness company, Yoga Mara, sisters Rachel and Hannah Healy have taken control of their fertility by going through the process of egg freezing and want to spread awareness to fellow Galwegians about the benefits of the process.
Recent Zurich survey indicates inflation could be leading to underinsured homes
As inflation drives up building costs, a new survey indicates that Irish homeowners’ insurance policies may not be keeping pace.
Underinsurance - a growing risk for consumers and businesses
The risk of underinsurance for consumers and businesses has grown greatly arising from inflation and other global factors and means that in the event of a claim both can be exposed to having to foot substantial costs where the sum insured is not sufficient to cover losses, Brokers Ireland has stated.
RACO react to Government request for Defence Forces airport security assistance
RACO, the Defence Forces representative organisation has responded to a request from Government to assist with aviation security duties at Dublin Airport should they need arise, expressing its concern that the measure is another example of army personnel being used as emergency cover to compensate for management decisions in other state bodies.
Ban on ‘price walking’ in motor insurance from July
A ban on ‘price walking’ in the motor and home insurance sectors will come into effect this July.
Farmers must be aware of what their insurance covers – Fitzmaurice
Farmers must be aware of what cover their insurance policy provides, independent TD for the Roscommon-Galway constituency Michael Fitzmaurice has warned.
Commission on Defence Forces is key for Galway
The Commission on the Defence Forces is a once in a generation opportunity for Galway. It’s recommendations on issues such as pay, conditions and structure, offer Galway a unique opportunity to benefit, given we have the sole location in Connacht with permanent personnel in Renmore barracks.
Tips for Your First Time Driving A Van
When you first pick up your new van, it can be very exciting – even if you’ve decided to opt for a second-hand one. But if you’ve never driven a van before, you will probably find that it is a bit different from driving a car. Some people struggle to drive vans, but others pick it up in no time at all. The good news is that it isn’t too tricky, as long as you prepare. Read on to find out some of our top tips for driving a van for the first time.
'When it rains hard for a day or two days in Crossmolina, that is when everyone gets worried' — Cllr Loftus
When an orange rainfall warning was issued earlier this week, the town of Crossmolina was put on edge once again over the fear of flooding in the town.