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Cheaper Sky Broadband

Sky have been offering  broadband and home phone lines in Ireland for several years now They are using a combination of BT and Eircom exchanges to provide the connections . Sky Unlimited broadband and free off peak calls to landlines is available for €45.  There is no need...
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Tesco Locations in Ireland

Tesco Ireland are growing all the time – and their online shopping coverage is almost nationwide – with about 85% of the population able to shop online at Tesco. All the main cities and towns are covered as well as many smaller villages and rural areas. It is...
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Water Charges in Ireland

Water Charges are on the way with the first bills due in January 2015.  The rates and allowances that will be used for billing have been published and you can find out how much you can expect to be charged for water here – Irish Water Charges  
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Buy Snapback Caps In Dublin

The most popular Snapback caps can be bought in Dublin froma range of shops including JD Sports, Lifestyle sports and Elverys Sports.All these shops stock the popular New Era Caps range which include baseball and NFL caps. These Shops in Dublin only stock a small range of New...
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Marks and Spencer Locations in Ireland

Marks and Spencers have been doing online online shopping in Ireland for over a year now. Visit the M&S – IE Website Here . Clothing and home furnishing items are available on the Irish M&S site. Delivery is €4.95 . Great for school uniforms and quality childrens and baby clothes....
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Best Restaurants in Ireland

There are a few Irish restaurants in the the Bib Gourmand list in the 2013 Michelin Guide for Great Britain and Ireland. The Bib Gourmand is awarded to restaurants which provide value for money – the current limit is €40 for three courses. New entries for 2013 included...
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