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Zero tolerance approach on illegal bon Fires in run up to Cork celebration

Cork City is looking for a zero-tolerance approach when it comes to illegal bonfires. An Emergency Services interactive Day...

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Features World News

British woman may be last person to see Malaysian flight MH370

A British woman sailing near Indonesia may be the last person to have witnessed the disappeared Malaysia Air-flight MH370....

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Features Lifestyle

Lotto Winners find Lost ticket

A couple in Canada who had lost their lottery ticket worth $50 million had it returned to them by...

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Travel World News

Emergency landing in Dublin Airport

Dublin on Thursday was the site for an emergency landing when crew on a Cityjet plane discovered smoke and...

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Avalanche Slide Triggers Debate in Personal Responsibilty

A search and rescue has unintentionally lead to a debate on personal responsibility. The rescue occurred on Sunday May...

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Features Sport

Stephen Hawking uses Maths to Bring England the World Cup

In what many would see as an unlikely pairing, Professor Stephen Hawking and Paddy Powers have teamed up to...

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Lifestyle

Real Estate Mogul Brings Cheer to San Francisco

San Francisco had a treasure hunt with a difference yesterday, as residence searched for clues that lead to envelopes...

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Senator smuggles pipe bomb into Parliament House

An Australian Senator chose an unusual way to demonstrate lax security in the parliament house by sneaking in a...

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Features

White Houses Naked Ambition

A man stripped naked outside the White house in what is assumed to be a form of protest. US...

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Health

Millions being spent on renovated American Hospitals

Hospital Systems in America are spending millions of Dollars in preparation of the newly introduced Affordable Care Act. Officially...

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Features

A new supercomputer to battle Australia’s unpredictable weather

A new supercomputer is being purchased in the fight against extreme weather conditions in Australia. Purchased by the Bureau...

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Eamon Gilmore supports bringing War Crime charges against Syria

Eamon Gilmore, Táinaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs, has said he will back any request to refer Syria to...

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Danger of unexploded mines in Balkin Floodings

47 Deaths have been reported so far from the Balkins Floodings with some calling it ‘Armageddon’. There are growing...

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Clare Fire Service Awarded NSAI Safety Award

Minister of State for Small Business, Mr John Perry T.D. Presented Clare County Fire and Rescue Service with a...

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Features

New Sign Safety Roll Out in Dublin Bay

Thirty-one signs are to be placed all along the North Dublin coastline in an effort to improve efficiency of...

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Irelands need for a permanent Air Ambulance

A trial air ambulance scheme operated by Air Corps has received an extension of three months on it’s contract...

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Emergency Services using Computers to fight fires

Firefighters in America have started to use cloud computer and data in an attempt to handle emergencies better. Social...

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Features

“To kill a mockingbird for the next generation”

Reclusive author Harper Lee is celebrating her 88th birthday in the electronic age by releasing the rights for “To...

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Features

John ‘WILD THING’ Daly coming to Cork

Cork will be welcoming John ‘WILD THING’ Daly this Summer for the Fota Island Resort tournament on the 19th...

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Lifestyle

Volunteering at it’s best

The Us Embassy in Dublin  decided to do it’s part this week by finding 40 American students and volunteers...

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