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Electric Vehicle charging points planned for every 60km on motorways

The Government plans to have a pool of high-powered electric vehicle chargers every 60 km on the country’s motorway network.

For those considering course or career choices in 2023 this week is decision time, or is it?

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The choice of career path options are many and varied.

Record-breaking year for the Passport Service

As we the end of the 2022 approached, the final tally of passports issued realised a total of 1,080,000 which sets a new annual record for the Irish Passport Service.

SuperValu invests €7.9 million in sustainability initiatives in six months

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SuperValu has this week announced that €7.9 million has been invested in sustainability initiatives across its stores over the past six months. Of this €7.9 million, some €4.1 million was drawn down from a major sustainability fund announced by Musgrave in June 2022 while an additional €3.8 million spend has been matched by independent SuperValu retailers.

Enjoy the wonderful difference of Northern Ireland

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I had been to Northern Ireland on many occasions, but yet, I never felt that I had been to it. That I'd never sat back, taken the time to stroll around, to experience the variety of break types it offers. I suppose that emanates from the perception we had of Northern Ireland through decades of growing up and not seeing it as a potentially wonderful location to have a holiday.

Galway features in lavish book of photos of our haunting abandoned spaces

by Declan Varley

University of Galway graduate wins global recognition for Parkinson’s project

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University of Galway graduate Amber Dowling has been rated in the top 16 student engineers in the world, with a Highly Commended award in the Global Undergraduate Awards for her work on a project to help people with Parkinson’s disease.

Six Galway RNLI crew carrying pagers for first time

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Six crew members will be carrying pagers for the first time this Christmas at Galway RNLI. As the charity launches its Christmas appeal asking for help to continue its lifesaving work at sea, Aaron Reilly, James Corballis, Aaron Connolly, Sean McLoughlin, Ian Claxton and Shane Austin will be among the lifeboat crew preparing to drop their festive plans and go to the aid of someone in need if their pager sounds over the Christmas period.

Athlone teachers in attendance at INTO Education Conference ‘Language Matters’ in Tullamore

Numerous teaching representatives from Athlone primary schools were in attendance at the INTO Consultative Conference on Education in Tullamore in recent times.

DPD Ireland switch to 100 percent HVO biofuel to reduce carbon emissions

DPD Ireland, with a centralised parcel and delivery hub in Athlone Business Park, has deployed Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil (HVO) as a replacement fuel for diesel in its heavy goods vehicles (linehaul) as part of an ambitious drive to decarbonise its Irish fleet by 2030.


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