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Clew Bay and Achill key study areas in SeaMonitor marine research project

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Clew Bay and Achill will be among the key study areas in SeaMonitor, a unique marine research project, which is using innovative marine species tracking technology to better understand and protect vulnerable marine life in our oceans.

Healthy Workplaces Good Practice Awards open for entries

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The Health and Safety Authority (HSA) has launched the Irish leg of the EU Healthy Workplaces Good Practice Awards with a closing date of June 4.

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Crowe calls for parental leave for parents who suffer miscarriage

Russia is willing to supply Ireland with the Sputnik V Covid-19 vaccine, says Charity

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Russia is willing to supply Ireland with the Sputnik V Covid-19 vaccine, all that is needed to start the process is an expression of interest from the Irish Government.

Sock Co Op - A Little Piece of Ireland for your Sole!

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Sock Co Op designs unique and eye-catching unisex socks that celebrate the beautiful places and landmarks of Ireland and is causing waves all around the world.

Delivery of world-class infrastructure vital to quality of life in the West - Ibec

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Ibec, the group that represents Irish business, has said that Government must seize the opportunities of the unprecedented wealth-generating capacity of the Irish economy and deliver an ambitious programme of world class public services and infrastructure development.?

GastroGays call for Westmeath’s best comforting cheese recipes

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Food writers Patrick Hanlon and Russell Alford, aka GastroGays, are on the lookout for Ireland’s most comforting cheese recipes, with recipe contributors in with a chance to win Ireland’s Blue Book hotel vouchers worth €2,000, as well as two runners up prizes.

Cantec Group to launch Brexit Customs Clearance Software as declarations head past 20 million mark

As this first quarter in a post-Brexit era comes to a close, it has inevitably played host to a significant increase in challenges affecting Irish businesses and the trade relationship between Ireland and the UK as a result of the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union on December 31st.

Westmeath e-waste recycling falls in January after 2020 increase

Westmeath local authority recycling centres saw a 5% increase in electrical waste recycled last year, new data from WEEE Ireland shows.

Looking forward to a future of travel

The top international hotelier, Irishman Brendan Dwyer, was on holidays last February in the Maldives when the pandemic began in China. "We noticed they were taking temperatures at Mali airport on the way home, so it was about to kick off. A week later the big news was coming in from China. And two weeks later the EU were saying we have a problem and a week later it was game over and we had to shut up shop.”

 

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