These pages contain links to sites advertised on the magazine, March 2000. Updated Dec 2014 (34% of links lost).

They contain a mixture of Government and Semi-State Company Bodies as well as other businesses or interests.

  2. Irish Heart Foundation How to maintain a healthy heart
  3. Migraine Association of Ireland latest migraine research.
  5. Domain Registry The IE Domain Registry, which dispenses all URLs in the .ie domain.
  6. ICANN The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers.
  7. Fodor's Fodor's travel guides.
  8. How far is it? Providing distances between two locations anywhere.

Government Departments and Offices in Ireland

  2. Ask Ireland The site's pleasant interface and comprehensive information are worth a visit.
  3. Foreign Affairs, Department of Iveagh House's current on-line incarnation boasts some of the more stimulating features on any Government site.
  4. An Garda Siochana One of the best organised sites.
  5. Heritage Ireland Not for slow Net connections or old browsers. A showcase for the Department of the Arts, Culture, Gaeltacht and the Islands.
  6. National Archives of Ireland The site is a only starting point for historical and genealogical research. Look up your family name, and you might discover that a relative went down 150 years ago for stealing horses.
  7. President, Office of the Click on a room. Navigable and up-to-date.
  8. Taoiseach, Department of the A virtual tour of the Department of the Taoiseach.

Semi-State Companies, Boards and Agencies


  1. Aer Lingus Useful tips on reducing the effects of jet lag, details of special offers and contact details.


  1. Bord Gis Detailed sections on the history, technology and uses of natural gas.
  2. CI,,,,, Featuring regularly updated timetables.
  3. Electricity Supply Board (ESB) Needing instructions on how to make a lemon battery? Check out one of the best semi-state sites.
  5. Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) Multiple landing-strip quizzes.
  6. National Centre for Technology in Education Information and communications technologies in education.
  8. ScoilNet On-line resource for education in Ireland. Also includes the on-line Central Applications Office application facility.
  13. Radio on the Web Dublin-based station offering three channels of exclusively Irish music: Modern trad; Pop; Top 40

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