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Met Eireann has lifted its blizzard warning and removed instructions for the public to stay indoors until 6pm this evening. However, a status red snow-ice warning is currently in place for Munster, Leinster and Galway with strong easterly winds until 6pm. A status orange warning is in place for the rest of the country. The […]
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As Storm Emma hits the country Irish people are urged to stay indoors from 4pm today (March 1st) until 3pm tomorrow (March 2nd). Dublin Bus and Bus Éireann have cancelled all services today. Meanwhile, a limited Luas service is operating on both the Green and Red Line, but services will stop completely at midday. Supermarket […]
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Met Éireann has extended its Status Red snow ice alert in Munster and Leinster to include the entire country It came into effect at 11pm and remains in place until 3pm tomorrow and means that people should take action to protect themselves and their properties as the weather continues to deteriorate. Further heavy snow showers […]
Business News Technology
The set-up of Ireland’s first national Space Strategy for Enterprise by the Department of Business, Enterprise and Innovation has been announced by Minister of State for Training, Skills, Innovation, Research and Development, John Halligan. The Strategy will set out how Ireland can maximise the benefit of its investment in the European Space Agency (ESA) and […]
Housing News
Dublin City Council’s planning scheme for a Strategic Development Zone (SDZ) on Dublin’s Poolbeg Peninsula was declared winner of the overall award for excellence in planning in Ireland by the Irish Planning Institute (IPI) at the Institute’s biennial awards gala. The scheme plans for up to 3,500 residential units along with substantial new commercial development, […]
Health News
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has included County Clare in its Global Network for Age-Friendly Cities and Communities.The movement involves communities, cities and other sub-national levels of government that have pledged to meet the needs of their older residents. At present there are 541 cities and communities in 37 countries, covering over 179 million people
Business News
A stark warning regarding a ‘Hard Brexit’ was issued to Irish manufacturers at the National Manufacturing and Supply Chain Conference recently at the Citywest Convention Centre, Dublin. The annual conference welcomed 3,000 manufacturing and supply chain industry professionals including over 200 speakers and 170 exhibitors. With the Brexit negotiations seemingly nowhere