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Omicron Sees Business Activity In Dublin Expand At Softer Pace In Q4

The latest PMI survey shows that business activity in Dublin continued to increase during the final quarter of 2021 but at the slowest rate since Q1 when Ireland was in full…

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Events

Dublin Castle Ceremony Marks 100 Years Since British Handover of Power

President Michael D Higgins has unveiled a plaque at the ceremony marking 100 years to the day since Dublin Castle was handed over by the British administration to the Provisional Irish Government. The…

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Features

The Best Service Stations In Ireland

With the increase in staycations over the last 18 months, the beauty of home has become more apparent than ever. From road trips in the mountains to camping by the…

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Irish News

Temporary Derogation From Driving and Resting Time Rules Due to Driver Shortage

The Road Safety Authority (RSA) and the Department of Transport have agreed to allow a temporary and urgent derogation in respect of certain provisions of the EU driving and resting…

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Health

8 Mental Tricks For Getting “Back On Track” After Christmas

Getting back on track and eating healthy — whatever that means to you — can be tricky after time off. But whether you took a break from certain habits over the…

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Food & Drink

Introduction Of Minimum Unit Pricing Of Alcohol

The Minister for Health, Stephen Donnelly TD and the Minister for Public Health, Well Being and the National Drugs Strategy, Frank Feighan TD have welcomed minimum unit pricing on retail…

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Irish News

Publication of Crime Prevention Strategy 2021 – 2024

An Garda Síochána has launched our Crime Prevention and Reduction Strategy 2021 to 2024. Crime prevention is achieved through effective and comprehensive engagement with communities and businesses. It is acknowledged…

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Culture

Historic Day As Official Languages Bill Ready For Enactment By The President Of Ireland

The Official Languages (Amendment) Bill 2019 has been passed through Dáil Éireann by the Government’s Chief Whip and Minister of State for the Gaeltacht and Sport, Jack Chambers TD and has been…

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Christmas

OPW Announces Live Streaming Of Winter Solstice At Newgrange

The Office of Public Works (OPW), in partnership with the National Monuments Services (NMS) of the Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage, is delighted to announce that it will once again live-stream the…

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Christmas

Have A Greener, Calmer Christmas With Public Transport

Cork City Council, in association with Bus Éireann, Iarnród Éireann and An Garda Síochana, is encouraging members of the public to leave their cars at home and make use of public transport this Christmas…

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Irish News

Cabinet Approves Nomination for Chairperson of the Garda Síochána Ombudsman Commission

The Minister for Justice, Helen McEntee TD, has received the approval of the government for the nomination of Judge Rory MacCabe as a member of the Garda Síochána Ombudsman Commission…

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Irish News

SEAI Encourages Anyone Considering A New Car To ‘Go Electric’

SEAI is calling on motorists in the market for a new, or used, car to seriously consider to ‘go electric’ and make the change to an electric vehicle (EV). Private cars,…

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Christmas

Christmas and New Year Road Safety Campaign 2021

An Garda Síochána and The Road Safety Authority (RSA) have launched a road safety campaign and called on drivers to act responsibly and to not be tempted to drink and…

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Irish News

Property Marking Machines To Aid In Reducing Property Crime Across Limerick

Limerick City and County Council is teaming up with An Garda Síochána, community groups across Limerick to help reduce the incidence of property theft using property marking machines. The Council has purchased…

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Christmas

Be Winter Ready Campaign 2021/2022

The 2021/2022 ‘Be Winter Ready’ Campaign launched on 17 November 2021. This page provides a number of sources for up-to-date information on transport services and roads during severe weather. For…

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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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Irish News

Minister Ryan Leads National Climate Delegation At COP26

The Minister for the Environment, Climate and Communications, Eamon Ryan T.D., has arrived in Glasgow to attend the National Climate Delegation at the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties…

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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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Health

Launch Of A Public Conversation On The Well-Being Framework For Ireland

The Government have launched a public conversation on the Well-being Framework for Ireland. This follows publication of the first report on Ireland’s Well-being Framework in July, which proposed a vision and…

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Irish News

The Gardaí Will Brighten Up Your Day

As we prepare to gain an extra hour’s sleep shortly, with the clocks going back at 2am on Sunday 31 October, the days are getting shorter as darkness falls earlier….

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Irish News

Cabinet Makes Appointment to Garda Síochána Inspectorate

The Minister for Justice, Heather Humphreys TD, has this week received the approval of the government for the appointment of Mr Alywin Barton to the Garda Síochána Inspectorate. The Minister…

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Irish News

Call For Mandatory Court Sentencing for Attacks on Gardaí

The GRA leadership have said that the Irish judicial system needs to get tougher on those who carry out attacks on members of the Gardaí while on duty. Mandatory sentencing…

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Food & Drink

10 Tips For Halloween Sweets Moderation

You meant to just eat one sweet from the family-size bag. But in the blink of an eye, half of it is gone. The truth is, most people have been…

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