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Laya Healthcare’s City Spectacular Returns To Dublin & Cork

It’s that time of year again when Dublin and Cork will lay host to Ireland’s biggest free summer festival, Laya Healthcare’s City Spectacular. With a wide range of over 300…

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Survey Shows Public Have Significant Amount Of Trust In The Gardaí

A new survey has shown that the public have a significant amount of trust in An Garda Síochána. According to the Garda Public Attitudes Survey 2017, 89% of respondents had…

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Job Alert – CORU Is Hiring

CORU, Ireland’s multi-profession health regulator, is now seeking expression of interest forms for the role of Public Interest Reviewers of Education and applications for Education and Training Review Team Chairpersons….

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Naval Service Officer Commissioning Ceremony To Be Held In Cork

The 56th Naval Service Cadet Class are to be awarded their commissions tomorrow (Friday, June 22nd) at the Naval Service Officer Commissioning Ceremony in Haulbowline Naval Base, Cork. This represents the…

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Scientists Discover Combination of Supplements to Slow Alzheimer’s

Scientists in Waterford say they have identified a new combination of macular carotenoids and fish oil that helps slow the progress of Alzheimer’s disease. In a study spanning 18 months,…

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Minister Flanagan Welcomes New Recruits To An Garda Síochána

Last Friday, at a ceremony in the Garda College, Templemore for recruits joining the force, Minister for Justice and Equality, Charles Flanagan welcomed some 198 new members to An Garda…

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Late Garda Jerry McCabe To Be Awarded Freedom Of Limerick

The late detective garda Jerry McCabe is to be awarded with the Freedom of Limerick, along with his partner, retired detective garda Ben O’Sullivan. The decision follows a special meeting of…

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President Higgins Unveils Plaque In Memory Of Iconic Irish Suffragette

President of Ireland, Michael D. Higgins, has unveiled a plaque in memory of Hanna Sheehy Skeffington and that of the Irish suffragette movement. The plaque was erected at the Ship…

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World’s “First Psychopath AI” Called Norman

The world’s “first psychopath AI” has been called Norman after the character of Norman Bates in Alfred Hitchcock’s 1960’s film “Psycho”. Researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) created Norman…

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Greater Optimism About Retirement In Ireland

The latest Retirement Optimism Index carried out by Bank of Ireland, along with ESRI, has shown that Irish people are more optimistic about retiring now more than ever. The index…

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Ireland’s First Community Air Ambulance Is On Its Way

The first community air ambulance service is propelling its way to Ireland by the end of July, with services expected to begin from August onwards. Irish Community Rapid Response (ICRR),…

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Dublin Choral Festival Will Celebrate ‘Sounds of Spirituality’

The third annual Dublin Choir Festival, or Féile Córúil Dublin, will take place from the 13 – 17 of June, with a final performance for the public in Christ Church…

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Yoga and Vegan Festival at Trinity College to Offer Yoga, Meditation Classes

Dublin’s first-ever Yoga and Vegan Festival is Sunday, 10th June at Trinity College. The one-day event, hosted by Yogific, will include nine classes on yoga and meditation and ten workshops….

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Telephone Support Allowance Of €130 Per Year Introduced For Pensioners

Commencing this week, a Telephone Support Allowance of €130 per year has been introduced by the Minister for Employment Affairs and Social Protection, Regina Doherty. A payment of €2.50 per…

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Deadline Extended For Garda Recruitment Campaign 2018

Due to technical difficulties, the deadline of 3pm today (June 6th) to get applications in for the latest Garda Recruitment Campaign has been extended to mid-day on Thursday, June 7th. This…

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Painting Festival Will Bring International Artists to Wexford

The 2018 Art In The Open festival in Wexford, 29th July – 6th August, is expected to welcome nearly 200 painters from around the world to paint Irish landscapes at…

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54th Annual Ballina Salmon Festival to Be Held in July

From 8th – 15th July 2018 in Ballina, North Mayo, more than 250,000 annual visitors are expected to attend the 54th Ballina Salmon Festival. Located alongside the River Moy with…

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Pirate Weekend Festival to be Hosted in Baltimore, West Cork

The 2018 Baltimore Pirate Weekend will be held 15 – 17 June in Baltimore, West Cork, and will feature family-friendly activities that explore the region’s pirate history. The three-day event…

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Flavours Of South Dublin Will Take Place In Rathfarnham Castle Park

For the second year running, the free food and cultural festival “Flavours of South Dublin” will take place towards the end of this month in Rathfarnham Castle Park. On Sunday,…

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Clare Firefighters Presented With 166 Sets Of Next Generation Kits

Last Friday (June 1st), 166 sets of next generation fire kits were presented to Clare County Fire and Rescue Service by the Mayor of Clare, Cllr Tom McNamara. Following an…

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Male Gardaí Are More Likely To Marry Nurses

Did you hear? Apparently male gardaí are more likely to marry nurses than any other profession. It has been found that 15% of male gardaí go on to marry nurses,…

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New Two-Year Study To Investigate Cause Of Running Related Injuries

News has emerged that Dublin City University (DCU) will be leading the largest study of recreational and novice runners undertaken in Europe in a bid to investigate the cause of running…

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Three Recipes To Spice Things Up

An apple a day keeps the doctor away is the age old phrase. They are good for you and taste delicious. It can be hard to find a more creative…

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Summer Burglaries: Over €1.8m In Property Stolen Over The Last Year

According to latest figures from the Garda Analysis Service, over €1.8 million worth of property was stolen from sheds, garages and gardens in summer burglaries and thefts in the last…

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