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Mescal, from My Canine Companion in Currys PC World, Mahon Point Shopping Centre, Cork

‘sup?

This afternoon.

Our good friends at Currys PC World have announced Cork-based charity, My Canine Companion as its charity partner.

They say:

With the cost of training one dog amounting to €10,000 each, Currys PC World, Ireland’s largest electrical retailer has pledged to raise at least €170,000 over the next year to fund training of 17 dogs – one dog for each of the 16 stores, plus one from currys.ie As well as raising funds, they will also help raise awareness of the charity.

Fundraising throughout the year will be a mix of in store and internal initiatives, meaning customers and colleagues alike will get the chance to help to raise the vital funds for this fantastic charity. The first activity will see Currys PC World colleagues take part in the 100km walking challenge for My Canine Companion, which all stores will participate in!

Arf.

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This afternoon.

Following tacit government approval last week of a new Road Traffic Bill, which should, by Christimas, legislate, for the first time, the use of e-scooters and e-bikes on Irish roads…

…Nick’s old pals at Currys PC World are reporting a 70% increase in e-scooter sales in one week.

Jaimie Cantwell, Head of Commercial at Currys PC World Ireland said:

“With more people returning to offices, some are reluctant to use public transport or perhaps don’t have, or want to take their car to the office. We’ve noticed the significant demand for our e-scooters over the past few weeks, with a rise in sales of 25% compared to last year. We’re expecting a surge in demand over the festive period, with many people receiving an e-scooter as a gift this Christmas. Hopefully this new legislation will provide a lot more confidence for the e-scooter users in Ireland.”

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This afternoon.

Our friends at Currys PC World conducted a survey to find out how Irish people recycle their old products as part of its Go Greener campaign

The survey reveals:

95% of people think it is important to recycle electronic items

80% of people understand what product energy ratings mean

79% will consider water conservation when choosing a product that uses water

98% would recycle e-waste more if there were more collection point.

4% of Irish people have recycled an old appliance in the last 12 months.
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80% of Irish people understand what product energy ratings mean.

In fairness.

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Munster Rugby players, from left:  Dan Goggin, Gavin Coombes and Kevin O’Byrne with Pauline Browne, Marketing Director of Currys PC World at Thomond Park

This morning.

Our friends at Currys PC World have announced a partnership with Munster Rugby.

They have secured a range of technology – top quality laptops and tablets for in-game, real-time analysis – that will help to assist and analyse players’ performances across Munster Rugby.

Pauline Browne, Marketing Director of Currys PC World Ireland said

“We are absolutely thrilled to kick-off this partnership with Munster Rugby, and know that the technology we’re providing will help to enhance the game for players all across the Academy. At Currys PC World, we strive to offer the very best in computer technology, and we are delighted to play our part in helping Munster Rugby. We look forward to seeing the teams perform over the coming months.”

Over to you, Leinster.

FIGHT!

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Sage appliances at Currys PC World

This morning.

Our pals at Currys PC World write:

Have you spent the last year using the time you had at home perfecting the perfect coffee? Do you know your americano from your flat white, and your cappuccino from your mocha, your double shot from your latté art? If so, this competition is certainly one for you!

Currys PC World in association with Sage Appliances have announced the launch of their Home Barista of the Year Competition, looking for Ireland’s best, self-taught, Home Barista!

This competition aims to find the Home Barista in Ireland who can show their passion for making their home brewed coffee. Currys PC World and Sage® want you to tell them how you make the perfect coffee at home. Do you think your skills make you the #HomeBaristaOfTheYear?

How to enter:

Submit your videos or photos on Instagram using the hashtag #HomeBaristaoftheYear, for your chance to win the ultimate home brewing set up with Sage® coffee machines, Currys PC World vouchers & yearly coffee subscriptions worth over €10,000 up for grabs. Entries close on Thursday, 30th September.

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Pauline Browne, Marketing and Ecommerce Director at Currys PC World Ireland and Mario Rosenstock at Currys PC World, Blanchardstown

This morning.

Nick’s voucher-happy friends at Currys PC World have announced a 12-month sponsorship of comedian Mario Rosenstock’s new venture.

The weekly Mario Rosenstock Podcast features interviews with well-known figures from sport entertainment and media with comedy sketches written by and starring Mario , the creator of Gift Grub comedy sketches on Today Fm.

Mario sez:

“It’s great to see Curry’s getting involved in this exciting and creative arena and I’m looking forward to partnering with them, and also having a bit of craic over the next year too!”

The Mario Rosenstock Podcast out every Thursday and is available on Apple podcasts, Spotify and wherever podcasts are found.

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The votes are in.

Last week, with a €20 Currys PC World voucher redeemable in any Currys store on offer, I asked you to name your favorite song from the past that sounds like it could be from the future.

You answered in your dozens.

But there could be only one winner.

Third Place:

O Superman by Laurie Anderson.

Andy Pipkin writes:

“Was from the future years ago (1982) and still is now, Laurie Anderson’s brilliant O Superman. Enjoy.”

Runner-up:

The first Doctor Who theme.

Scottser writes:

“It has to be the Doctor Who theme tune, made by Delia Derbyshire.”

Winner:

Sexy Boy by Air

Nicorigo writes:

“Nothing says future more than the synths, drum machines and other modulations of the spacey French electronica duet’s first ever single.”

Nick says: Thanks all.

Last week: Win Nick’s Voucher

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Thank Fintan it’s Friday.

As May beckons, it’s a great time to have another music competition.

This week I want to know what’s your favourite song that mentions a specific month and the reason why you like it?

Here’s mine.

Reply below to be in with a chance of bagging yourself a €20 Currys PC World voucher redeemable in any Currys store.

The winner will be chosen by my personal organiser.

Please include a video link if possible, thanks.

Lines MUST close on Saturday 11am.

Nick says: Good luck!

Last week’s winner here

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The votes are in.

Last Friday, with a a €20 Currys PC World voucher redeemable in any Currys store on offer, I asked for your favourite song featuring a harmonica.

You answered in your dozens.

But there could be only one winner.

Third place:

Going Back Home By Dr Feelgood

Harry Warren writes:

“The greatest hard rocking R’n’B band that ever existed. Their ferocious and incendiary performances foreshadowed the emergence of Punk but, by God, could these guys play!
Wait for the superb harmonica break by the late great Lee Brilleaux.”

Runner-up:

Man with Harmonica by Ennio Morricone

Liam writes:

“Man With Harmonica obviously; amazing piece of music from one of the greatest films ever made [Once Upon A Time In The West (1968)]”

Winner:

The Midnight Cowboy Theme by John Barry

axelf writes:

“Without a shadow of doubt the best harmonica tune is the theme from Midnight Cowboy (1969). So beautiful and yet haunting and tinged with sadness. If this doesn’t win, Nick has no soul?!”

Narrator: Nick has a soul.

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Last week: Win Nick’s PC Voucher

The votes are in.

Last week, with a Currys PC World Voucher worth 20 big ones (€20) on offer, I asked you to name your favourite song by a Scandinavian artist?

You replied in your dozens, providing a Nordiculously decent playlist of seriously-sound Scandi choonage

But there could be only one winner.

Third Place:

We’re from Barcelona by I’m from Barcelona

Col writes:

“I saw this Swedish band in Galway many moons ago: 29 band members, many instruments and plenty of confetti, it was such an amazing live experience!”

Runner-up:

Slipping Through My Fingers by ABBA

Millie Bobby Brownie writes:

“I have a special place in my heart for this song. My own little lady is growing up much too quickly for my tastes and this beautiful, bittersweet song always makes me stop and appreciate every small moment with her, every funny little quirk, and appreciate how lucky I am to have a child like her.”

Winner:

Quiet Night by Anna Ternheim

Harry Warren writes:

“I nominate the haunting song that was used as the theme tune for the best Nordic noir TV series, the Swedish/Svensk version of Wallander. It breathes that dark part of Swedish society: cold, lonely, sad, perfect for Krister Henriksson‘s interpretation of Wallander.”

Nick says: Thanks all.

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