News and Current Affairs

November 11, 2020

Call for strengthened measures for adult safeguarding

Protection Order powers should be extended to HSE Safeguarding Teams Safeguarding Ireland has today called for strengthened safeguardingmeasures, including authority for the HSE to make Protection […]
May 20, 2020

68% OF PEOPLE BELIEVE COVID-19 PANDEMIC HAS MADE IRISH SOCIETY RETHINK THE WAY IT DEALS WITH DEATH AND BEREAVEMENT

68% OF PEOPLE BELIEVE COVID-19 PANDEMIC HAS MADE IRISH SOCIETY RETHINK THE WAY IT DEALS WITH DEATH AND BEREAVEMENT NEW IRISH HOSPICE FOUNDATION SURVEY ALSO SHOWS […]
May 20, 2020

Green Party Deputy Leader Catherine Martin under pressure to challenge Eamon Ryan for the party leadership.

The Green Party Deputy Leader Catherine Martin is under pressure to challenge Eamon Ryan for the party leadership. The Dublin Rathdown TD has been backed by […]
May 15, 2020

Fair Play coffee shop offering free packed lunches

A cafe in Ringsend is offering free packed lunches every day to people who are cocooning The Fair Play coffee shop had been offering the service […]
May 15, 2020

Day care for dogs in Churchtown to remain open for business

A small day care for dogs in Churchtown has received permission to remain open for business Naomi Tracey who has been in business for 10 years […]
May 7, 2020

Dublin man wins BBC’s Mastermind quiz show

A Dublin man won the BBC’s Mastermind quiz show last night. Dave McRyan has been living in Scotland for the past number of years. McBryan writes […]
April 29, 2020

Virtual Alzheimer’s Tea Day – Thursday, 7th May

Dáithí Ó Sé and Sinead Kennedy invite nation to show solidarity with people with dementia and family carers to celebrate first ever Virtual Alzheimer’s Tea Day […]
April 29, 2020

CHERNOBYL CHARITY AID REACHES ORPHANAGE FIGHTING COVID 19 CRISIS IN BELARUS

CHERNOBYL CHARITY AID REACHES ORPHANAGE FIGHTING COVID 19 CRISIS IN BELARUS The Adi Roche Chernobyl Children International charity says the first consignment of Irish funded medical […]
April 29, 2020

Minister McHugh announces revised arrangements for Junior Cycle 2020

Adult learners to be given opportunity to take final JuniorCycle examinations in autumn The Minister for Education and Skills Joe McHugh TD has today (Wednesday 29 […]
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