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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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Saorvew – Freeview – RTE Digital TV in Ireland

Saorview is RTÉ’s free to air digital terrestial television (DTT) service. EU rules mean that the current analogue ( arial based TV ) signals have to be turned off in October 2012. Saorview is a mixed language word – with Saor meaning Free . Pronounced Sair or Seer...
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Trim and Tidy Towns In Ireland

Trim has been named Ireland’s cleanest town out of  53 towns and cities that entered a Litter League . Swords came second with  Killarney in  third place, Cavan 4th and  Dun Laoghaire 5th The rest of the Litter League results are listed below. 6 Wexford Clean to European...
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Paying Household Charge at Council Offices

According to the Household Charge website – people who don’t want to register or pay online should be able to get registration forms and make payments at their local County Council or City Council offices. See more here about the new Household Charge which is payable by all...
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Top 15 Most Populated Towns in Ireland

The total population of Ireland at the 2006 census was 4.24 Million Of those – 61% were living in towns or cities (2,574,313) and 39%  were living  in rural Ireland. (1,665,535) Top 15  Population Figures of Irish Towns and Cities 2006 Census 1. Greater Dublin  1,045,769  24.7% of...
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