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Michael Ring, the Minister for Rural and Community Development, has this week announced the roll-out of the My Open Library service to Belmullet Library. My Open Library allows access to public libraries on a self-service basis from 8 am to 10 pm, 365 days a year.
With the temperatures falling, getting away for a family break when the kids are on holiday from school is a great option during autumn and winter. A chance to de-stress and grab a little sunshine, make some fabulous memories and spend quality time together. However, you know you’re going to be so relaxed and have lots of fun once you get there, but before that, there’s the dreaded journey. Flying with kids can be pretty traumatic when you’re not prepared and even when they’re settled, you’ve got hours of just sitting there to get through. Here are our top tips for making your journey as pleasurable and stress free as possible…
With the summer holidays now upon us, it means the return of the Summer Stars Programme to both Athlone and Moate libraries.
With ‘Safer Internet Day’ now a prominent date in the education calendar, independent price comparison and switching service, Switcher.ie, has compiled a selection of useful tips to help parents keep their children safe while online.
My name is Sharon Nolan, I’m originally from Roscommon but I’ve been living in Galway city for almost 10 years by now.
If you are tired of hopping in and out of motor coaches or checking out of hotels at 6am on traditional land tours, a river cruise offers the convenience and luxury of a deep-ocean cruise combined with the in-depth experience of a land tour and the personal freedom of a river cruise. Step aboard. Unpack once. Explore, and enjoy.
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We love Christmas and have launched our Skeff Christmas Countdown campaign!
Postmasters have set out a vision for Post Offices to become ‘The State on your Doorstep’, including all Postmasters automatically becoming Peace Commissioners.
Fastcom, the Sligo-based telecommunications company, recently announced it had signed an open access agreement with open eir, the wholesale division of eir. The deal gives Fastcom access to 135,000 premises in Ireland’s west and northwest – including more than 23,200 homes and businesses in Mayo – allowing it to help make the area one of the best-served rural regions in Ireland.