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IGPNEA Conference To Highlight That General Practice Nurses Are Vital To Future of Health Service

The Irish General Practice Nurses Education Association (IGPNEA) is set to host its annual conference this Friday 13th and Saturday 14th of May in the Tower Hotel, Waterford. The theme…

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Education

Launch of Be Summer Ready Campaign 2022

The Government have launched the ‘Be Summer-Ready’ 2022 Public Safety Information Campaign. This campaign provides advice across a wide range of topics on staying safe this summer. The focus of…

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Education

Increased Funding for Organisations Supporting Victims of Crime

The Minister for Justice Helen McEntee has announced funding totalling €4.6 million for more than 60 organisations to support victims of crime. The €4.6 million is an increase of over…

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Culture

Publication of New An Garda Síochána Irish Language Strategy

The Minister for Justice Helen McEntee has welcomed the publication of An Garda Síochána’s third Irish Language Strategy, which aims to strengthen Irish language services within the organisation. The Strategy…

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Education

Launch of KOPS – New Garda Wellbeing App

An Garda Síochána are pleased to announce the launch of their new Wellbeing App, called KOPS. KOPS stands for Keeping Our People Supported. The app has been created specifically for employees of An…

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Education

Road Death – Let’s Start to Care

Road death doesn’t have a preferred age, gender, race, class or faith. It doesn’t care how fit you are, how happy you are, how clever you are or how popular…

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Education

Online Shopping Fraud – Europol eCommerce Media Campaign

As part of Europol’s eCommerce Action 2021, An Garda Síochána support Europol in a media campaign aimed at promoting safe online shopping by customers and preventing online shopping fraud for…

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Education

Government Launches Children First Awareness Week

The Children First Awareness Week aims to rise awareness of Children First and remind organisations working with children and young people of their responsabilities. This is the first National Children…

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Education

How Sleep is Important for your Mental Health

This World Mental Health Month we are looking at how sleep is important for your mental health. Most people need between 5 to 9 hours sleep a night. The ideal…

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Education

National Fire Safety Week 2021 Launched

2021’s virtual National Fire Safety Week was officially launched via an online video by Darragh O’Brien, TD, Minister for Housing, Local Government and Heritage. National Fire Safety Week, 4th –…

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Education

Department Of Justice Fireworks Awareness Raising Campaign 2021

Minister for Justice, Heather Humphreys TD, has launched the Department of Justice Fireworks Awareness Raising Campaign for 2021 in collaboration with the ISPCA, Dublin Fire Brigade and An Garda Síochána at the Dublin Fire Brigade Training…

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Education

RSA Launches New Guidelines For Improving Road Safety Around Schools

The Road Safety Authority (RSA) has published new guidelines for schools aimed at helping them improve road safety around their schools. The publication comes as pupils return to school for the start…

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Education

Guidance for Individuals who Accidentally Receive Personal Data

Risk of Accidental Disclosure Information and communication technology plays an increasingly large role in our working and private lives and has many advantages, including convenience. However growth in the processing…

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Education

Gardai warn of dangers of cannabis-infused edibles

Image courtesy of @GardaTraffic Gardai in Donegal are warning about the circulation of cannabis-infused edibles. There is said to be an increasing number of children being admitted to hospital after…

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Culture

Quarter of drivers admit they may have been over the limit when driving the morning after

 1 in 10 drivers admit to drink driving in last 12 months– 1 in 4 of those who admitted to drink driving had 2 or more drinks getting behind the wheel– Alcohol…

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Education

Road Safety Authority and Gaelic Players Association ask road users to ‘Never Forget’ to wear a seat belt

1 in 4 drivers and passengers killed on Irish roads in 2020 were not wearing a seat belt. The Road Safety Authority (RSA) and the Gaelic Players Association (GPA) are…

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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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Arts

The enduring traditions of St. Brigid’s Day

February 1 is St. Brigid’s Day, also known as Imbolc, and marks the beginning of spring. Imbolc, also known as the Feast of Brigid, celebrates the arrival of longer, warmer…

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Education

Announcement: Leinster Senior Coach Stuart Lancaster Set to Take Part in Upcoming Garda Post Podcast.

Stuart Lancaster Celebrating Leinsters 2018 European Champions Cup Victory. Image courtesy of www.stuartlancaster.com. Stuart Lancaster, current senior coach in the Leinster Rugby set up is scheduled to talk to one…

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Education

Templemore helps to get more Gardai on the streets despite the Covid-19 pandemic

Image courtesy of Garda.ie 71 Gardai and 69 reserves have been put through their paces to be ready to serve. The Garda Training College in Templemore has been busy preparing…

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Education

5 Ways to Improve Your Finances in January

After the nightmare that was 2020, 2021 brings a whole new meaning to “new year,” doesn’t it? To kick off a much-needed fresh start, we compiled some common New Year’s…

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Education

Exhibition marks 200th anniversary of Kilmainham Courthouse revolt

A new exhibition has been launched by Kilmainham Gaol Museum to mark the 200th anniversary of one of the most dramatic events in the history of Kilmainham Courthouse. On 30 December 1820,…

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Education

BE SMART – 9 BEST MOOC AND E-LEARNING PLATFORMS

Massively Open Online Courses (MOOCs) are gaining in popularity and are being accepted more and more as equivalents to regular university classes. While there are many MOOC platforms available, not…

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Clubs and Organisations

Online Courses You Can Do at Home

With each passing day of the Irish version of a lockdown, and once all the other chores you have been putting off are all ticked off the checklist – what…

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