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no responses. December 31, 2016 News Team

2016 in Review


2016 in Review

All in all, I suppose we could consider 2016 a truly unique year. The obvious thing that stands out more so than anything else is the […]

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no responses. October 13, 2016 News Team

The 2016 ‪Nobel Prize‬ in Literature is awarded to ………


The 2016 ‪Nobel Prize‬ in Literature is awarded to ………

“For having created new poetic expressions within the great American song tradition” The 2016 ‪Nobel Prize‬ in Literature is awarded to Bob Dylan Bob Dylan was born […]

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no responses. March 24, 2016 News Team

Books of Condolence Opened in Waterford


Books of Condolence Opened in Waterford

The Mayor of Waterford City and County Council, Cllr John Cummins today opened a book of condolence for the victims of Tuesday’s attacks in Brussels to […]

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Could Ireland be a target for terrorists

no responses. November 18, 2015 News Team

Could Ireland be a target for terrorists


Could Ireland be a target for terrorists

The Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald has stated that although she admits that “terrorism has no boundaries” from the kind of attacks that took place in Paris on Friday, however, she also says there is no intelligence to suggest Ireland is any sort of specific target at present, a view echoed by Minister for Defence Simon Coveney who confirmed that Ireland’s national security committee met on Saturday in the wake of the Paris attack to assess the threat to Ireland, concluding the risk had not changed and remained low.

Meanwhile, Ireland’s Foreign Affairs Minister, Charlie Flanagan, admitted that a “small number” of people within Ireland are being actively monitored for potential links to extremist and terrorist activity.

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no responses. November 18, 2015 News Team

All black rugby star Jonah Lomu has passed away at the age of 40.


All black rugby star Jonah Lomu has passed away at the age of 40.

Rugby’s first superstar was desperate for a second kidney transplant, but to the shock of the sporting world, lost his battle at the age of 40

Rugby’s gentle giant catapulted to world fame after the 1995 World Cup, and It seemed then that nothing could ever stop him, not even the rare kidney disorder known as nephrotic syndrome

A kidney transplant in 2004 fixed him for seven and a half years but his body rejected it in 2011 He had been undergoing dialysis ever since

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