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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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Tesco Petrol Stations in Ireland

Tesco have a reputation for cheap petrol – it might not be true in every town – but Tesco Ireland has 20 Petrol Filling stations in Ireland if you want to check the prices yourself. You can shop online at the Tesco website here – and save money...
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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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Speed Cameras – in Kildare

The Gardai have specified the following stretches of road as “Speed Enforcement Zones ” – they will be targeted by the GArdai to try and reduce drivers speeds. County Kildare Possible Mobile Speed Camera Locations Length From To Road/Name 12km Clane Killina Regional R403 8km Quinnsborough Johnstown Primary...
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Fairtrade Towns in Ireland

The following Irish Towns had Fairtrade status at the end of 2009: Athlone, Ballymun, Baltinglass, Bandon, Bantry, Belfast, Bray, Carlow, Cashel, Castlebar, Clonakilty, Cork, Dublin, Ennis, Galway, Greystones, Kilkenny, Kinsale, Leighlin, Limerick, Longford, Maynooth, Midleton, Mullingar, Newbridge, Newry, Portlaoise, Roscommon, Roscrea, Skibbereen, Sligo, Thurles,  Tralee, Tubbercurry, Waterford, Westport,...
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Bray is losing it’s Religion

Bray has 7.77% of it’s population who stated they had no religion in the 2006 census. This is the highest out of all Irish towns (with pop. over 5000) In Ireland as a whole  4.39% of the population stated they had no religious faith. Top Ten Towns in...
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