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Two new rollercoasters to open at Tayto Park next year
It’s a €16,000,000 project.
All time
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Explainer: Why we are on the verge of a general election
Frances Fitzgerald is at the heart of a government crisis. Here’s why an email sent to her back in 2015 could bring about a general election.
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Four out of five child car seats aren't properly fitted
“You could have the best car in the world and best seat in the world but they could not work together.”
# Dear Driver
What are pretensioner seatbelts and are they better than normal seatbelts?
Got a motoring question or looking for some advice? We’re here to help.
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Watch: Local commentator loses his mind after dramatic finish to Wicklow football final
What drama at Aughrim and it was all captured on video.
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"This isn't about personal choice - put your seatbelt on"
At least one person has been killed on every Easter weekend since 2009.
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Where in Dublin are you most likely to pass your driving test?
Less than half of drivers in the capital pass their driving test – but where has the highest pass rate?
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How did your county do when it comes to not wearing seatbelts?
The Road Safety Authority have released figures showing the number of drivers per county who were given penalty points for seatbelt offences.
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Over 8,400 drivers caught not putting seatbelts on children
And an another terrible statistic from the RSA reveals that one in five people killed on our roads last year were not wearing their seatbelts.
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This is how the Dubs look after the Bob O'Keeffe Cup after Sunday's win
How am I there to pull out?
# Road Safety
10 per cent of Irish drivers still don't buckle up
A new survey has revealed that drivers in Ireland are speeding, tailgating and forgetting to dim their lights like nobody’s business.