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EURO 2020 Worth Over €100m to Irish Economy

Dublin’s hosting of UEFA EURO 2020 next year will be worth an estimated €106m to the Irish economy according to an independent economic impact study carried out by EY-DKM on…

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325m-year-old amphibian bones discovered in Clare

A recently discovered single limb bone and a possible ilium of a tetrapod discovered in Co Clare is the oldest stratigraphically well-constrained tetrapod skeletal fossil material described from Ireland. The…

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Garda Public Attitudes Survey Q2 2019

There has been a 6% increase over the last year in the amount of people who don’t worry about becoming a victim of crime, according to the Q2 Garda Public…

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An Garda Síochána announces locations of new regional and divisional headquarters

Under a new operating model, Garda regions will reduce from six to four and Garda divisions will reduce from 28 to 19. An Garda Síochána has announced the locations of…

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Aidan Dooley’s Award-Winning Production of Tom Crean Antarctic Explorer Dates Released

Keep up to date with this award-winning production, read reviews and find out about where the show has played and where it will be touring in the future. The show…

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Free Entry to the T20 International Tri-Series – Malahide Cricket Club 15th -20th September

The new T20 International Tri-Series featuring Ireland, Scotland and the Netherlands is taking place in Malahide Cricket Club this week. Entry is free for fans. It should be a wonderful…

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ICRR Air Ambulance delivers 56 missions in first month

Ireland’s first Charity led Air Ambulance delivered 56 missions in its first month of service – and was today officially launched by An Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade Simon…

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Balbriggan Garda Station Open Day

Balbriggan Garda Station will hold their Open Day on Saturday 31st August from 12pm to 3pm. From 12pm to  1pm will be a “Sensory hour” for people with special needs…

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‘Who said there’s a shortage?’ – Shane Ross called out for Twitter ‘gaffe’

Minister for Transport Shane Ross has apologised after posing for a photograph at an electric vehicle charging point that is not actually operational. Mr Ross posted a picture on social…

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Ryanair’s injunction application granted, halting strike action

The High Court has granted Ryanair an injunction preventing a planned strike over the next two days by some of the airline’s pilots based in Ireland. Around 180 pilots who…

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Game of Thrones author George R. R. Martin accepts An Post award

The author behind the series of novels on which the popular fantasy television series Game of Thrones was based has been presented with an award by An Post in Dublin….

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Dublin gets first ‘phone box’ defibrillator in Stoneybatter

About 50 local people gathered in Stoneybatter, Dublin 7, on Saturday for the unveiling of the capital’s first “phone box” public defibrillator. The defibrillator is fitted in a traditional Irish…

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History

The 1979 Fastnet Yacht Race Revisited

The 1979 Fastnet Race was the 28th Royal Ocean Racing Club’s Fastnet Race, a yachting race held generally every two years since 1925 on a 605-mile course from Cowes direct…

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Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann 2019

Welcome from Cathaoirleach Comhairle Chontae Lú & Mayor of Borough District of Drogheda We are delighted to once again welcome to Drogheda and County Louth, Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann. The…

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Center Parcs Ireland: 10 ways to save money at Longford Forest

It’s expensive. But exactly how expensive? That’s the question exercising the minds of mums and dads all over Ireland, now that the Subtropical Swimming Paradise has powered up, guests are…

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Arts

Cork Creative Enquiry – Arts And Older People Venture Announces 2019-2020 Artist Residencies

Cork City Council and Cork County Council have chosen four artist residencies for the next cycle of their collaborative Creative Enquiry – Arts and Older People programme. This project explores…

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Results for Garda Public Attitudes Survey 2018 Show Concern About Crime has Decreased while Trust in Garda Increased

Today, 16th June 2019, An Garda Síochána released the finalised results for the Garda Public Attitudes Survey 2018. The survey is conducted by Amarach Research and asks a nationally representative…

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History

60 Years of Service: How Women Have Changed An Garda Síochána

In July 1959, An Garda Síochána welcomed twelve female members to its rankings. These women were the first female officers to ever join the organisation, and their bravery paved the…

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Competition

Irish Farmers’ Association Seeking to Hire Two Membership Development Agents

The Irish Farmers’ Association (IFA) is currently seeking to hire two Membership Development Agents. The IFA is Ireland’s largest organisation representing farmers across all sectors. It has lobbied for farmers…

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Garda Public Attitudes Survey Shows High Levels of Faith in An Garda Síochána

The Garda Press Office recently released the results of its Public Attitudes Survey for Q1 2019, which tracks the public perceptions of crime, Gardaí service, and safety throughout Ireland. The…

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Events

GSRMA Conference 2019 begins today in Athlone

The Annual Delegate conference for the Garda Retired Members Association begins later today in the Sheraton Hotel Athlone. Conference was opened by President Matt Givens. Assistant Commissioner Fintan Fanning represented…

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Features

Two Gardaí receive awards from Spain’s Guardia Civil

Two members of An Garda Síochána were awarded the ‘Merit Order Cross of the Guardia Civil’ in Mallorca, Spain for their work concerning organised crime. Among the honoured were  Detective…

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Coast Guard Helicopter Currently Not Licensed to Land at New National Children’s Hospital

The Minister for Health, Simon Harris TD has confirmed recently that an Irish Coast Guard Sikorsky S-92 helicopter will not be permitted to land on the elevated helipad at the…

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Health

Coroner Alarmed by High Suicide Rate in Co. Mayo

Dr Elenor Fitzgerald, who is the coroner for North Mayo stated recently that she is alarmed by the high rates of suicides which add up to half the deaths she…

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