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What Are You Doing New Years Eve

New Year’s Eve is one night when the world comes together to celebrates love, forgiveness and even hope. People come together to celebrate their survival and look forward longingly, in some cases, for that second chance and perhaps a new start.

Younger people, aged 18 to 34 years, are more likely to go out to a public place this New Years Eve, while older people will probably spend New Year’s Eve at home or at a friend or family member’s home. So whatever you get up to, please do stay safe and do remember that New Years Eve is the worst holiday night of the year for those who insist on driving after drinking.

So parents do have a chat with your children before they head off this evening. Despite their protest, warn them about the dangers of driving under the influence of alcohol, drugs and fatigue, as well as how to be both a good driver and yes, also a good passenger.

Remember teenagers are less likely to drive drunk, when parents lay down some concrete safety ground rules, so do insist and even offer your services to transport those family members anxious to celebrate in the party mood.

From Brian and myself here at Thurles.Info, may we wish you and yours, far and wide, a happy and prosperous New Year in 2012.


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