Trevor Brennan’s place has been the first port of call for thousands of Irish people visiting Toulouse for well over a decade now so there was nothing unusual in Paula Fitzpatrick and Heather O’Brien seeking him out on arrival last September.
SPRING is galloping on. It’s now the second week of May, the week in the year when gardeners in the cold Midlands, where I live, wonder whether the danger of night frosts has passed or if one morning they’ll find the potato shoots have blackened and that they planted out the French bean seedlings a few days too early.
THE National Broadband Plan, which was launched last month, included a map that showed the locations across Ireland that will have access to commercially-provided high-speed, high-quality broadband by the end of 2016. However, no matter where you are, satellite services are available; although these can be expensive, with low monthly download limits.