AA Issues Hallowe’en Safety Warning To Motorists And Homeowners

Ahead of Hallowe’en, AA Ireland is urging motorists to be safety conscious this year and do their part to keep our roads safe on Wednesday night. The AA is warning that the changing of the clocks at the weekend, the start of the winter season, and the presence of children trick-or-treating in estates and cul-de-sacs […]

Dogs Trust Issue Halloween Tips For A Howling Good Time

Long-term dogs showcase their best ‘Tricks for Treats’ in an adorable video Halloween is a notoriously unsettling time for our four- legged friends, after all how are they supposed to understand all these new loud noises, bright lights and ghoulish characters calling to the door. It’s no wonder dogs are at greater risk of injury or straying […]

Public transport in Ireland: October Bank Holiday 2017

If you’re planning to be out and about over the Halloween Bank Holiday weekend, you can expect changes to public transport schedules. We’ve compiled the major alterations for Dublin Bus, Luas, Irish Rail (including DART) and Bus Éireann. As always on a bank holiday, services are expected to be busy – so it’s best to book in advance […]

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What’s on in Ireland this Halloween?

There are lots of spooktacular Halloween events taking place across Ireland this October Bank Holiday Weekend. There is also plenty to keep mummies (normal human ones), daddies and kiddies occupied during the mid-term break. All you’ve got to do is come up with a costume; if you’ve got it, haunt it! We’ve selected a handful […]

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The scariest place names in Ireland

Being stuck in traffic on the M50 or the Tuam Rd during rush hour is scary; ‘WHEN WILL I GET HOME?’ ‘WILL I EVER SEE MY FAMILY AGAIN?’ Driving through the places below may also give you quite a fright this Halloween… BOO! Thanks to everyone on Twitter who suggested the spooky places. Murder Hole […]

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The scariest place names in Ireland

Being stuck in traffic on the M50 or the Tuam Rd during rush hour is scary; ‘WHEN WILL I GET HOME?’ ‘WILL I EVER SEE MY FAMILY AGAIN?’ Driving through the places below may also give you quite a fright this Halloween… BOO! Thanks to everyone on Twitter who suggested the spooky places. Murder Hole […]

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How to stay safe at Halloween

Halloween is a time of spooky fun, frights and excitement, but with all those whizzes and bangs it can be fraught with danger. Make sure that your Halloween party doesn’t turn into a real-life horror show by following our simple safety advice… COSTUMES – Make sure your costume (whether adult or child) is made of […]

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How to stay safe at Halloween

Halloween is a time of spooky fun, frights and excitement, but with all those whizzes and bangs it can be fraught with danger. Make sure that your Halloween party doesn’t turn into a real-life horror show by following our simple safety advice… COSTUMES – Make sure your costume (whether adult or child) is made of […]

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Dublin Marathon: how will it affect traffic?

For all you runners out there, the ultimate challenge awaits on Sunday 29th October with the 38th annual Dublin Marathon. The race will cover 26 miles of the capital’s roads, with over 20,000 runners from 50 different countries taking part. It’s shaping up to be a great event, with the race itself getting underway at 9am. If […]

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ALONE call on the general public to be mindful of older people this Halloween

ALONE, the charity which supports older people in need, is asking people to be mindful of vulnerable older people over the Halloween period. For many older people Halloween can be a distressing time with people calling to the door or setting off bangers and fireworks.   ALONE are asking parents, who may be out with […]

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