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Towns with the Best Broadband Speeds

According to speed tests carried out on Speedtest.net – between Sept 2008 and MArch 20011 these are the Top 10 towns with  fastest internet download speeds in Ireland 1. Lucan 15.33 Mbps 2. Maynooth  12.84 Mbps 3. Celbridge  11.53 Mbps 4. Swords  11.25  Mbps 5. Kilcock 10.76 Mbps...
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Top 10 Free Visitor Attractions in Ireland

These are the 10 most popular tourist destinations in Ireland – that are FREE. Figures shown are the number of visitors in 2008 . The National Gallery of    742,332 Irish Museum of Modern Art                  440,000 National Museum of Ireland – Archaeology                        380,547 National Museum of Ireland –...
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Top 20 Tourist Attractions In Ireland

These are the most popular places for visitors in Ireland. Based on visitor numbers for 2008. These are all destinations that charge a fee. The number of visitors is shown next to each attraction. Figures from Failte Ireland Guinness Storehouse            1,038,910 Dublin Zoo                                     932,000 Cliffs of Moher                  ...
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Tidy Towns 2010

Tidy Towns Competition 2010 Kilkenny city was named Ireland’s Tidiest Large Urban this year with the judges noting that it was “hard to find fault” with the city. Killarney, Co Kerry, was deemed Ireland’s Tidiest Large Town for 2010 The recent IBAL table of Litter though- had Kilkenny...
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IBAL Litter League Table 2010

IBAL – The Irish Business Against Litter – have released their latest results on the litter in  50 towns and cities in Ireland. Wexford came out as the cleanest place out of the 50 places in the survey – with Tallaght coming out as the worst Litter Blackspot....
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Top 20 Secondary Schools in Ireland

According to the Sunday Times – these are the top 20 secondary schools in Ireland. They base their results on the numbers of students gaining places in autumn 2008 and 2009 at one of the nine universities on the island of Ireland, main teacher training colleges, Royal College...
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