Further Level 5 restrictions: Revised timetable to operate on Iarnród Éireann network from Monday 11th January

Iarnród Éireann has advised customers that, following the further level 5 restrictions announced by Government, a revised and reduced schedule will operate across the rail network from Monday 11th January, approved by the National Transport Authority. The revised schedule reflects significantly reduced demand, and will ensure service continuity and resilience for essential workers and carers who must […]

Irish Open Guide: Getting There

If driving to the Irish Open, the good news is that a lot of the route is via motorways, unless travelling from parts of Connacht. Before setting off, it is worth noting that you will encounter delays en route to the Royal County Down Golf Club in Newcastle. Depending on when you turn off the […]

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Wales v Ireland: Match Day Info

– Compiled by Adrian Harmon & Noel Byrne, AA Roadwatch If you are heading to Wales v Ireland on Friday 10th March, you may have a few questions: Where is the stadium? How long will it take getting there? Where’s best to park? What bus do I take? Don’t worry, we’ve got your back. Have a […]

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People with a vision impairment TO blitz Irish Rail with texts over Inadequate Audible announcements on trains.

On Monday 23rd July at 09:30  People with a vision impairment and their supporters will send Hundreds of texts to the press officer of Irish Rail to announce to Irish rail that they are not happy with the persistent poor quality or lack of audible announcements on Irish trains The texts will flood the inboxes […]