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“Garda boots on ground best way to stop burglars”, says FG senator, Barry Ward.

A Fine Gael senator has said that more gardaí on the streets to deter criminals will prove more effective than blanket bail refusals in targeting roaming burglary gangs. Barry Ward,…

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Features

Download the GSRMA App

Stay up to date on the latest from the GSRMA Members’ only area, and get notifications straight to your mobile phone on the latest news and death notices. Also stay…

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Irish News

One Hundred Irish Retailers For All Your Online Christmas Shopping

From beauty and books to toys and tech, there’s a huge selection of homegrown companies to choose from. The weeks ahead are going to be incredibly hard for Irish retailers…

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Features

Minister McGrath welcomes Public Service-wide Innovation Week

Public Service-wide Innovation Week takes place from today (Monday 19th) until 23rd October. The Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, Michael McGrath TD, today (Monday) launched Public Service Innovation Week….

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Finance

Budget Makes Efficient Cars More Attractive – Provided You Can Afford to Change

Budget 2021 was anxiously awaited by the motor industry. It was hinted to contain a pretty radical reform of the Vehicle Registration Tax (VRT) system, and it did. Sometimes described…

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History

The Battle of the Boyne

No year in Irish history is better known than 1690. No Irish battle is more famous than William III’s victory over James II at the River Boyne, a few miles…

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Features

MATCH-UP – 10 Minute Town Concept

The MATCH-UP project aims to improve low carbon interchanges at local level to improve public transport by learning from our Interregional partners. The Southern Regional Assembly is delighted to release…

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Irish News

Dublin Couple Achieves Lifetime Business Ambition With Idyllic Donegal Retreat

With more and more city dwellers becoming disillusioned with congested city life, the Covid-19 pandemic has cast a spotlight on locations like Donegal as a meaningful alternative to the lengthy…

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Food & Drink

Private Wells

Approximately 11% of Irish people get their water from private water supplies. Grants are available under the Rural Water Programme for the carrying out of improvement works to a private water…

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Features

Road Safety as Schools Reopen

The first day back at school will be like no other. When schools start to re-open this week, almost six months after they closed so suddenly on March 12th, these…

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Irish News

Road Back – Road Safety Campaign

New road safety campaign urges road users to share roads safely as traffic levels increase. Drivers reminded to slow down as there are more people walking and cycling. Drivers urged…

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Irish News

Mural Tribute to Frontline

The mural was commissioned by Sligo Tidy Towns/ Sligo County Council & Sligo BID. An amazing tribute to all the front line workers during Covid-19 Sign up to receive relevant…

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Clubs and Organisations

Little Blue Heros

Gardaí Helping Seriously Ill Children   Little Blue Heroes Foundation is a not-for-profit charity operated entirely by volunteers (no paid staff) made up of Garda members/staff, retired Garda members, their…

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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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Features

Whiskey cured my grandfather of Spanish flu

Paul Gorry F.S.G., F.I.G.R.S., M.A.G.I,  Co. Wicklow This is my grandfather, John McDermott.  He was born in Tulsk, Co. Roscommon, in March 1877, son of Patrick and Bridget McDermott.  When…

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Features

Garda Drugs and Organised Crime Figures

This year, between January 2020 and June 2020, The Garda National Drugs and Organised Crime Bureau investigating organised crime seized over €3 million cash and 13 firearms. For more updates…

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Features

Minister Flanagan officially opens Portlaoise Prison Staff Memorial Garden

Garden remembers all who have served in Portlaoise Prison over the years Minister welcomes information on the gradual recommencement of prison visits Minister praises work of staff and prisoners in…

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Features

First Fix Free Scheme

The First Fix Free scheme aims to help reduce the amount of water wasted through leaks on customers’ properties. Irish Water estimates that nearly 145 million litres of water per…

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Features

Garda Commissioner’s June 2020 Report

The Garda Commissioner’s June 2020 Report to the Policing Authority is available to view HERE This monthly report provides updates on progress on a range of areas, including Garda numbers,…

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Features

An Garda Síochána Acknowledged

Nice moment in Dublin Castle yesterday as Lord Mayor Dublin acknowledges the work of An Garda Síochána accross Dublin since the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak on behalf of the…

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Irish News

RIP Colm Horkan

Today we laid our colleague Detective Garda Colm Horkan to rest. A minutes silence was held at Garda Stations across the country. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam #ColmRIP…

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Features

Garda Colm Horkan RIP:

We all woke this morning in utter shock at the senseless loss of life of Garda Colm Horkan. Garda Post and its team here would like to take this opportunity…

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Clubs and Organisations

Garda Memorial Day 2020

The annual event commemorating members of the force who lost their lives on duty took place last weekend against a much changed backdrop from this time last year. Dublin Castle’s…

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Irish News

Work on New Garda HQ

Work had just begun on the new Command & Control HQ for An Garda Síochána but has been paused due to the ongoing Covid 19 Crisis. The €80m project on…

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