Irish News

Minister McEntee notes release of CSO Crime Statistics for 2020

The Minister for Justice, Helen McEntee TD, has noted the publication of Recorded Crime Statistics by the Central Statistics Office (CSO) for Q4 2020. This latest statistical release by the…

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Irish News

Decision to allow gardaí avail of surplus vaccines welcomed but proper plan needed

Image courtesy of GRA via LinkedIn The Garda Representative Association has welcomed the decision by An Garda Síochána to allow members avail of surplus vaccines but has criticised the failure…

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Food & Drink

“Simple Home Comfort Food” Week 6

In this, the sixth installment of John Crowes “Simple Home Comfort Food”, John looks at making a classic Mille Feuille,  a traditional Bacon and Cabbage dinner finally show us his Pasta Masterclass Come back next…

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Arts

The Weird History Of Easter Traditions

Image Courtesy of The National Library of Norway There are many slightly confusing holidays out there, but Easter, with its candy eggs, playful bunnies, and very serious religious element, might be…

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Arts

Underestimate Me? – That’ll Be Fun!”

Underestimate Me? – That’ll Be Fun!” is a thought-provoking short film produced as part of a project between LMETB Community Education Service and Prosper Meath Kells. This short film helps…

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Culture

‘I’m Done’ Police Officer With 20 Years Service Shares Sentiment Of Many officers

An unnamed police officer with 20 years of service has talked about why they have decided to quit the job after two decades of serving the public. Generally, morale in…

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Irish News

Garda pay talks expected to proceed as planned

Image: Garda (Image: Collins Photo Agency) Pay talks for gardaí are expected to progress in accordance to procedures outlined by the Department of Public Expenditure & Reform (Dper) in September,…

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Food & Drink

“Simple Home Comfort Food” Week 5

In this, the fifth installment of John Crowes “Simple Home Comfort Food”, John looks at making The Best Sunday Roast “Beef Round Roast, preparing a pomegranate and finally show us his Poultry Masterclass Come…

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Interview

The Irish Road Victims Association Podcast Featuring Donna Price

The Irish Road Victims Association is a NGO that supports those bereaved or injured by road collisions and campaigns for justice, rights and recognition for Road Crash Victims.  It works…

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Irish News

Analysis of Knife Crime Data – February 2021

There is no one specific offence of knife crime, so when considering trends in knife related crime it is important to look at multiple perspectives to get the complete picture….

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Culture

The History of The Cheltenham Festival

Racing in the Cheltenham area dates back 200 years to 1815 when the first recorded flat racing meeting was held on Nottingham Hill.  The Early Years (1818 – 1911) The…

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Food & Drink

“Simple Home Comfort Food” Week 4

In this, the fourth Installment of John Crowes “Simple Home Comfort Food”, John looks at making a delicious steak sandwich, Banana bread and finally show us the correct way of preparing prawns. Come back next…

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Education

Benefits of Mindfulness

Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Benefits  Extensive research on mindfulness practice has shown it to be effective with a number of concerns that are relevant to students for example: Enhances the…

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History

The 1972–3 Dublin bombings

Image Courtesy of History Ireland The ‘third man’ in the case of British agent John Wyman and Garda Sergeant Patrick Crinnion. On 1 December 1972 at 7.58 and 8.15pm, as…

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Food & Drink

“Simple Home Comfort Food” Week 3

In this, the third Installment of John Crowes “Simple Home Comfort Food”, John looks at making a Classic Shortbread, Potato bread “An Irish Tradition”and finally a mouthwatering Goats Cheese Roulade Come back next week where we…

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Culture

The 69th ‘Fighting Irish’ Regiment in the First World War

Soldiers of Company D, 1st Battalion, 165th Infantry Regiment, the Army’s famous “Fighting 69th” Irish regiment, move into position to replace French troops near Benomenil, France, March 1, 1918. The…

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Culture

1916–21 military service medals

Image courtesy of www.military.ie During the twentieth century the Irish Defence Forces have, like other armies, issued bravery medals (the Military Medal for Gallantry and the Distinguished Service Medal), service…

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Food & Drink

“Simple Home Comfort Food” Week 2

In this, the second Installment of John Crowes “Simple Home Cooking Food”, John looks at making a classic Croque Monsieur, a Stuffed Tenderloin of Pork and finally a Delicious Lemon…

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