controversial chemical glyphosate still being sprayed by council

Controversial chemical glyphosate still being sprayed by council

SOUTH Dublin County Council are still using controversial weedkiller glyphosate, despite concerns that it represents a cancer risk and is damaging to biodiversity. People Before Profit Councillor Madeleine Johansson said she has “serious concerns” after she was recently contacted by a council staff member who…

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balbriggan ballybough and dun laoghaire are winners and runners up at the ie digital town awards 2021

Balbriggan, Ballybough and Dun Laoghaire are winners and runners up at the .IE Digital Town Awards 2021

Dun Laoghaire’s Digital HQ project has won the Urban Town (up to 30,000 population) at the inaugural .IE Digital Town Awards 2021. The result was announced today at a virtual ceremony attended by Minister Damien English, Minister of State for Business, Employment and Retail at the Department of…

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submissions open for 2021 red line book festival poetry competition

Submissions open for 2021 Red Line Book Festival Poetry Competition

Red Line Book Festival is calling on aspiring poets to submit their work for the 2021 Red Line Book Festival poetry competition. Now in its ninth year, the prestigious competition attracts hundreds of entries from all across the island of Ireland annually. Monica De Bhailis’…

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money mule avoids jail term

Money mule avoids jail term

By Brion Hoban A man who acted as a money mule as part of a fraud in which €23,000 was laundered through his account has received a fully suspended sentence. Aaron McGuirk (23) provided his bank details to those operating an email fraud for €1,000…

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jailed for kicking and spitting at gardai after claiming she had the virus

Jailed for kicking and spitting at gardaí after claiming she had the virus

A Dublin woman who told gardaí she “had the virus”, kicking and spitting on them as they struggled to take her into custody has been jailed for five months. Erika Gould (36), of Kilmacud Road Lower, Dublin, pleaded guilty at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court to…

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tallaght university hospital heroes awards 2021 launched

Tallaght University Hospital Heroes Awards 2021 launched

Tallaght University Hospital (TUH) yesterday launched the fourth annual TUH Hero Awards and is calling for the local community, patients and their families to nominate their Hospital heroes for the “Patient Experience Award.” Every year this staff recognition scheme celebrates staff members who have gone…

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sandyford business district supporting the friendliness sector

Sandyford Business District supporting the friendliness sector

Sandyford Downtown is Ireland’s premier organization place and also hosts 1000 firms using over 26,000 people and is additionally home to over 5,000 citizens. It is centrally situated in South Dublin just off the M50 as well as appropriate beside the Sandyford Luas quit. The…

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one more leo celebrated at bloomsday event

One More Leo Celebrated at Bloomsday Event

Commemorate Bloomsday and Joyce’s protagonist in Ulysses, Leo Flower, from this Friday right approximately Bloomsday on June 16, creates Amy Rohu. For the 2nd year in a row, occasions will certainly be primarily online but there will certainly be a few live, personally events too…

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<aYoung man passes away in drowning tragedy off Dalkey

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allowed her bank account to be used for fraud after she was told private photographs of her would be released

Allowed her bank account to be used for fraud after she was told private photographs of her would be released

By Sonya McLean An expectant mother who allowed her bank account to be used in a banking scam has been given a two-year suspended sentence. Jennifer Ithere (24) was approached in her college by another person and told that they would provide her with supplies…

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