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no responses. October 28, 2017 News Team

Not long now till the clocks go back


Not long now till the clocks go back

Tomorrow morning, Sunday October 29, at 2am the clocks are set to go back one hour as winter time comes into effect. For many, the change will mean an extra hour in bed, while the evenings will get darker at earlier times…

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Back To School

no responses. October 17, 2017 News Team

Schools to reopen tomorrow, Department of Education has confirmed


Schools to reopen tomorrow, Department of Education has confirmed

Schools across the country will reopen tomorrow, unless they have safety concerns, the Department of Education and Skills has confirmed….

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Public Safety

no responses. October 16, 2017 News Team

Public safety message from emergency coordination group


Public safety message from emergency coordination group

The coordination group issued this statement on public safety and Storm Ophelia at 6pm this evening:

Following careful consideration by the National Emergency Coordination Group, the Department of Education and Skills has decided that all schools will remain closed tomorrow, Tuesday.

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School Closed

no responses. October 16, 2017 News Team

Department of Education says schools to remain closed tomorrow


Department of Education says schools to remain closed tomorrow

As storm Ophelia passes over Ireland, the Department of Education and Skills has confirmed that all schools will remain closed tomorrow.

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Hurricane Ophelia

no responses. October 15, 2017 News Team

Met Eireann issues Status Red alert ahead of Hurricane Ophelia’s arrival


Met Eireann issues Status Red alert ahead of Hurricane Ophelia’s arrival

Very high winds, flooding and structural damage predicted over next 48 hours

Forecaster Evelyn Cusack: Weather event almost unprecedented for this country

‘People need to take this seriously’ – Minister Simon Coveney

Status Red warnings extended to three more counties

Schools told to close, and ESB on alert with winds of more than 130km/h expected Monday

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Budget 2018

no responses. October 10, 2017 News Team

Budget 2018: Main Points


Budget 2018: Main Points

Paschal Donohoe started his first Budget as Finance and Public Expenditure Minister saying the announcement would “build on progress that would have seemed impossible only a few short years ago”.

But how does this year’s Budget, delivered this afternoon, affect you?…

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Budget 2018

no responses. October 8, 2017 News Team

Budget 2018: What’s in the offing


Budget 2018: What’s in the offing

The White Paper on estimated Receipts and Expenditure for 2018 has been published, and it shows the Government is planning to refund Irish Water charges and pay a Christmas Social Welfare bonus….

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RSA: Road Safety Authority

no responses. July 19, 2017 News Team

RSA and Gardaí Publish Mid-Year Review of Road Safety


RSA and Gardaí Publish Mid-Year Review of Road Safety

The Road Safety Authority (RSA) and An Garda Síochána have today published a provisional review of road fatalities for the first half of the year. The review shows that, from January to 30 June 2017, 77 people died on Irish roads in 72 collisions. This is a decrease of 10 deaths and 12 collisions when compared to the same period last year.

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Direct Provisioning

no responses. July 19, 2017 News Team

Report of Consultations with Children in Direct Provision Published


Report of Consultations with Children in Direct Provision Published

The Minister for Justice and Equality, Charlie Flanagan TD and the Minister of State with special responsibility for Equality, Immigration, and Integration, David Stanton TD, have today published the report of Consultations with Children in Direct Provision….

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Aer Southeast

no responses. June 26, 2017 News Team

Aer Southeast to stop selling tickets due to licensing issue


Aer Southeast to stop selling tickets due to licensing issue

Aer Southeast has been forced to stop selling tickets for planned new routes because they do not have the relevant licence….

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