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Cross Border Collaboration Will Need Further Planning, Resources and Training

Any Cross Border policing collaboration would need far greater investment in resources, training and equipment to prove effective. That is according to GRA Vice President Brendan O’Connor of the Donegal…

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Culture

Ireland Needs More Diversity in Public Services like Gardaí to Tackle Racism – IHREC

We need more diversity among Gardaí and other public services workers to help tackle racism in Irish society, according to the Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission. The Commission has published…

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Equal Pay Agreed For Ireland Women’s Football Team

The Football Association of Ireland is proud to announce that football players representing the Republic of Ireland Senior Men and Senior Women’s international teams will receive equal pay on international duty with…

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Events

Search For Young Inspirational Clare Leaders As Sixth Clare Garda Youth Awards Launched

The search is on for Clare’s top young community leaders following the launch of the sixth annual Clare Garda Division Youth Awards, sponsored by Shannon Group. The awards seek to identify…

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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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Irish News

‘Impeccable’ work by gardaí led to conviction of Rose Hanrahan murderer

Feature image courtesy of An Garda Siochana via Facebook This article appeared originally on www.breakingnews.ie on the 05/07/21 The family of murder victim Rose Hanrahan has said it was down…

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Report on Protected Disclosures made directly to the Minister for Justice by workers, or former workers, of An Garda Síochána

This report was first published by The Department of Justice on the 29/06/21 Introduction The Department of Justice policy in relation to dealing with Protected Disclosures is set out in…

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Finance

Community Finance Ireland Launches €10 Million All-Island Recovery Loan Fund

Community Finance Ireland has announced a €10 million All-Island Recovery Loan fund, its first all-island loan scheme. The fund will offer flexible loans of £/€10,000-£/€500,000 to community sector organisations including…

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Discover greenways and trails in Ireland’s Hidden Heartlands

Stretching across nine counties, the rich, rural landscapes of Ireland’s Hidden Heartlands are both rugged and beautiful – and can be explored on one of the many amazing Greenways. Visit…

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Irish News

‘Lock It or Lose It’ Bike Theft Awareness Campaign

Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council, in conjunction with An Garda Síochána, has launched a campaign to raise awareness of bike theft within the cycling community and encourages cyclists to purchase a…

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Culture

98-year-old Irish woman awarded US military medal for delivering crucial Mayo weather report which aided 1944 D-Day landing.

The United States has officially honoured an Irish woman whose weather report drastically changed the fortunes of the Allies in World War Two. In the early hours of June 3,…

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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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Irish News

Ireland Men’s Sevens Secure Historic Olympic Qualification in Monaco

Six years after embarking on a roller-coaster journey from the bottom tier of European Sevens Rugby, Ireland Men’s Sevens have realised their Olympic Dream by securing Olympic qualification and booking…

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Irish News

Minister O’Gorman Meets with Garda Commissioner Drew Harris

Minister for Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth, Roderic O’Gorman, T.D., today met with Garda Commissioner Drew Harris to discuss community policing and the steps being taken by An Garda…

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Culture

“White Collar Crime: Proposed modernisation of the Irish criminal justice system – will the promised efficiencies be realised?” – A&L Goodbody

Reform of the Irish criminal justice system, through the actions outlined in the Government’s Action Plan to tackle White Collar Crime and the Justice Plan 2021, has gathered pace in…

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Irish News

Remembering our colleague Detective Garda Colm Horkan

Statement from Garda Commissioner Drew Harris – Colleagues, This day last year, our colleague Detective Garda Colm Horkan went to work for what would tragically be his last tour of…

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Irish News

New legislation to allow gardaí demand passwords for devices when carrying out search warrant

The Minister for Justice has today outlined plans for a sweeping overhaul of how gardaí operate, including a new power for gardaí to request passwords or encryption keys for electronic devices….

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Culture

Patriot Lords Mayor Tomás Mac Curtain and Terence MacSwiney to be added to Roll of Honorary Citizens of Cork City

Pictured above: Tomás Mac Curtain and Terence MacSwiney On Friday 11th June, 2021 at 3.00 p.m. the Lord Mayor of Cork, Cllr. Joe Kavanagh, will host a Special Ceremony online…

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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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Arts

Cruinniú na nÓg Announce Treats on the Streets

Organised by Cork City Council in conjunction with Creative Ireland, Cruinniú na nÓg will take place in Cork this Saturday June 12th. The national day of creativity will feature over…

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Health

8 Small Changes to Improve Your Health This Summer

Now that the days are getting longer and the weather is getting warmer, it might be time to re-evaluate our health routines. Summertime is often when we recommit to our…

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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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Top Stories

Tourism Ireland welcomes announcement about re-opening of travel

Tourism Ireland gets ready to roll out the green carpet to international visitors Tourism Ireland has welcomed the announcement by the Irish Government about the re-opening of travel to Ireland….

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History

Minister Coveney pays tribute to Irish Peacekeepers on International Day of UN Peacekeepers

Image courtesy of William Murphy via Flickr Minister for Foreign Affairs and Defence, Mr Simon Coveney pays tribute to Irish Peacekeepers on International Day of UN Peacekeepers Mr. Simon Coveney…

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