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OFTEC which represents the domestic oil heating industry has issued advice to householders on how to keep warm, save money, stay safe, and avoid home heating disasters over the festive period.
It is hard to believe that next month marks the 10th anniversary of the Indian Ocean tsunami - one of the most devastating humanitarian disasters in recorded history that claimed the lives of 230,000 people across 14 countries.
Gardai yesterday confirmed the identity of a man whose body was found near Lough Inagh in 2006. The announcement follows an eight-year investigation by Galway gardaí in collaboration with national and international agencies and experts to identify the remains, which were found in a wooded area near the Connemara lake.
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Along with milk and bread, some people will be adding ‘pay court fine’ to their shopping list from early next year as the Court Service is looking for 40 local shops in Galway to take part in a national penalty payment initiative.
Kix Electronic Cigarettes, market leader in a rapidlygrowing electronic cigarette industry throughout Ireland, has recently opening a vaping outlet at 3 Cross Street Lower.
Galway company Magnetti Foods is now conducting 10 per cent of its business in Northern Ireland as a result of a cross-border sales programme.
St Joseph’s Football Club, Athlone have teamed up with Athlone Towncentre to host a night of fashion and entertainment - all for a good cause.
All banks are reporting a significant spike in the numbers of customers switching bank accounts in recent weeks, primarily due to the withdrawal of providers from the Irish market. For those with multiple accounts linked to their current account and numerous direct debits, credits and standing orders it can appear daunting. What most people don’t realise is that your new banking provider does most of the work for you and will have your new account up and running within ten days. You just need to remember to cancel your old account.
Avid Mayo stitchers are being asked to get their needles out and knit a shamrock for Age Action Ireland.