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Scheme promotes smoke alarms for the vulnerable

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More than 600 homes in Galway are set to receive free smoke alarms in this year’s Community Smoke Alarm Scheme.

Castlebar mechanical company receives health and safety award

Johan Collins Mechanical Services has been awarded the prestigious Merit Award by The National Irish Safety Organisation. This award marks the efforts put in by the company over the last year with regards to its on site health and safety awareness.

Further remand for firearms duo

Two men charged with allegedly being in possession of a firearm with intent to endanger life have been further remanded on continuing bail for the service of the book of evidence.

HSE advice to the public during adverse weather

Despite a thaw in some parts of the country today, risks to the public from slips and falls on icy footpaths are likely to continue in the days ahead, the HSE said today. The elderly and vulnerable remain at risk of isolation in many parts of the country and the HSE today reminded people to drop in on elderly neighbours to ensure that they had adequate food, heating and prescription medicines. The public should remember that elderly people are particularly prone to hypothermia and pneumonia and while temperatures are due to rise slightly in the days ahead, health and safety risks, particularly to the elderly and vulnerable, are likely to remain for the foreseeable future.

A divide amongst hurlers as helmet wearing rule becomes compulsory

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Several of Kilkenny’s star hurlers will face an added challenge this season following the implementation of a new rule making the wearing of helmets compulsory while playing hurling.


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