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A special ceremony will be held at 12pm on Sunday November 20 at Knock Shrine to remember people who have been killed and injured on the nation’s roads.
Extensive damage was caused to a hotel in Portumna after a fire broke out yesterday afternoon spreading quickly through the premises which was evacuated.
The premises Athenry-based bakery company The Foods of Athenry was extensively damaged in a fire yesterday morning.
There was panic at St Luke’s Hospital on Tuesday as the Hospital Internal Emergency Plan was activated in Kilkenny.
A lot of public and private land was destroyed in Mayo last March and April due to bog and forest fires.
The Mullingar Drugs Network (MDN), in partnership with the emergency services, will conduct a two-day ‘Blue Light Day’ promotion next Wednesday and Thursday December 8 and 9 to raise awareness about drug use and abuse.
The county’s fire services are appealing to members of the public for their assistance in ensuring Hallowe’en goes by without any serious injury or avoidable emergency call-outs.
Fireworks are already causing distress to many elderly Castlebar residents and pets even in advance of Halloween, according to Mayor of Castlebar and Fine Gael Town Councillor, Ger Deere.
The residents of Newpark Close and the wider community have been praised for their response to a devastating house fire which forced four families out of their homes.
The Road Safety Authority (RSA) is calling on the people of Westmeath to nominate Leading Lights in road safety as part of the 2010 Leading Lights in Road Safety awards. The awards recognise the extraordinary contribution of people across Ireland to make road use safer for everyone. The winners will be announced at an awards ceremony in Dublin Castle on Wednesday October 13.