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Scientists Have Accidentally Created An Enzyme That Eats Plastic

Just two years ago, researchers stumbled across a mutant plastic-eating bacteria that had evolved in a Japanese trash dump. Now, scientists have harnessed the potential of this bacteria’s superpowers by…

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Arts

Mayo Student Chosen As Overall Winner Of Texaco Children’s Art Competition

Hetty Lawlor (17) from Kilmeena, Co Mayo has won the 64th Texaco Children’s Art Competition for her portrait study of a young neighbour titled ” Gráinne”. Her entry, which she…

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Health

The Untold Story Of The Harms Caused By Other People’s Drinking

The first dedicated Irish survey on alcohol’s harm to others by the HSE has found one in six carers (16%) reported that children, for whom they had parental responsibility, experienced harm because of someone…

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Irish News

Temperatures Set To Soar This Week As Forecast By Met Eireann

Some much needed sunlight is set to make appearances this week with the possibility of highest temperatures reaching 18 degrees on Thursday, as forecast by Met Eireann. The Irish will…

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Health

Irish Haemophilia Society Celebrating 50 Years In Existence

Founded in 1968, the Irish Haemophilia Society is celebrating its 50th year in existence today, Saturday April 14th and tomorrow, Sunday April 15th by hosting their Annual Conference at the…

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Lifestyle

Top Five Things To Do This Summer Throughout Europe

We’ve compiled an eclectic mix of the top five things to do in Europe this summer that will give a good burst to your holidays. There is something for everyone…

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Health

Measles outbreak – HSE urges under 40s to vaccinate

Ireland is currently suffering from a measles outbreak, which began in Limerick, January of this year, with forty confirmed cases. Measles is highly infectious, so much so that 90% of those…

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Over One Million Twitter Accounts Suspended For Promoting Terrorism

According to the latest Twitter Transparency Report, 1.2 million Twitter accounts have been suspended since August 2015 due to “promotion of terrorism”. The social media giant also said that between…

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Health

Tips For Staying Healthy After Retirement

Retirement can be an uncertain time for most of us. Trying to adequatley fill your days can be a problem for alot of people when they have finished their working…

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Irish News

59 People Killed Or Seriously Injured Since 2012 Due To Easter Crashes

According to figures released by the Road Safety Authority (RSA) and An Garda Siochana, a total of 59 people have lost their lives or have been fatally injured since 2012…

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Arts

RTE Radio 1’s Short Story Competition Is Now Open

Submissions are being sought after for RTE Radio 1’s Short Story Competition for 2018. The writer who wins first place will receive €3,000, while second and third place winners are…

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Irish News

Ireland’s First Nudist-Friendly Beach To Open Next Month In Dublin

Forget the notion of nudist-friendly beaches existing solely abroad, soon there will be this exact scenario right on your doorstep. Ireland’s first ever nudist-friendly beach is set to open next…

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Irish News

It’s Set To Get Chilly As Met Eireann Forecasts A Return Of Colder Weather

Stick to some extra layers and wrap up because the weather is set to return to colder conditions, as forecast by Met Eireann. Conditions today are to remain cool and…

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Education

Education group for people from disadvantaged areas facing significant funding difficulties

An educational company based in Tallaght said today that it is facing significant funding challenges. An Cosán offers adult education and other services to people from disadvantaged areas. It now…

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Health

Public Urged To Support Daffodil Day

The public are being urged to donate what they can this Daffodil Day to help support terminally ill cancer patients. Now in its 31st year today, March 23rd, Daffodil Day…

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Irish News

Dublin Fire Brigade Warns Businesses To Be Cautious Over Advertising Scam

Dublin Fire Brigade are warning businesses to remain cautious and wary of a new advertising scam making the rounds as of late. A statement released by DFB yesterday recounts how…

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Dublin Ranks As Top Irish Hotspot In Traveller’s Choice Awards 2018

Dublin has been ranked as the number one place to visit in Ireland according to Tripadvisor’s Traveller’s Choice Awards for 2018. The must see Dublin tourist attractions mentioned on Tripadvisor’s…

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Food & Drink

How To Easily Prepare & Cook The Perfect Gourmet Burger

When we think of burgers, we don’t necessarily associate them with being gourmet food. People think of fast food and that they are not exactly that appealing. That certainly doesn’t…

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Woman Who Invented Fake Husband In Grenfell Fire Tragedy Convicted Of Fraud

A woman who created a fictional husband and sister-in-law who she claimed lost their lives in the Grenfell Tower fire has been found guilty of three counts of fraud and…

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Professor Stephen Hawking Passes Away Peacefully Aged 76

Tributes from across the world are being made in their droves to the late Stephen Hawking, aged 76, who passed away peacefully at his home in Cambridge earlier this morning….

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US Navy Destroyer To Be Named In Honour Of A Mayo Man Killed In Vietnam

The US Navy will name a new Navy destroyer ship in honour of Corporal Patrick “Bob” Gallagher from Mayo who was killed in Vietnam in 1967. New York Senator Charles…

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Technology

Dubai’s Museum Of The Future To Open Next Year

Last month, ruler of Dubai Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum launched the ‘Museum of the Future’ as part of the 2018 World Government Summit. “The Museum of the Future will…

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Health

FSAI Recalls All Falcon Labs Sports Supplements Due To Presence Of Illegal Steroids

The Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) is recalling all Falcon Labs sports supplements due to the presence of illegal steroids and stimulants that pose a serious health risk to consumers….

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Education

“It Stops Now” Website Launched To Combat Sexual Harassment & Violence In Third Level Institutions

It’s International Women’s Day today and prior to this, the National Women’s Council of Ireland (NWCI) launched the “It Stops Now” website yesterday in attempts to stamp out sexual harassment…

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