Covid 19/Advice

The future of robotics in healthcare

Image courtesy of www.healtheuropa.eu NEURA Robotics introduces an innovative robotic assistant with the potential to transform clinical care. The data which shows that robot-assisted procedures accounted for 15.1% of all…

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Medical card eligibility extended for terminal illness under interim scheme

Image courtesy of pxhere.com ‘End of life’ criteria extended from 12 to 24 months. Terminally ill patients with a prognosis of up to 24 months are to receive medical cards,…

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Major Transformational Projects Proposed for Limerick

Image courtesy of Limerick County Council. Limerick City and County Council has announced a major transformational development proposal across three key sites in Limerick City in an investment in the…

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Immune system mounts a lasting defense after recovery from COVID-19, researchers find

Coronavirus illustration (stock image).Credit: © Matthieu / stock.adobe.com As the number of people who have fought off SARS-CoV-2 climbs ever higher, a critical question has grown in importance: How long…

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Stress Control Online

The first session of the HSE’s Stress Control Online is to be repeated again today at 2pm and 8.30pm. There was great feedback from those who participated in this the…

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Defence Forces Launches Re-enlistment Scheme for Former Members

The Defence Forces have launched a campaign to re-enlist former members in the fight against the Coronavirus crisis and former Defence Forces members will be able to re-enlist for as short as…

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BE ON CALL – HSE OVERWHELMED

Over 50,000 people have contacted the HSE to be ‘On Call for Ireland’ over the last three days after the national health body called on those former health staff who…

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History of the Garda Síochána Boat Club

On 9th June 1954 a meeting was held at Islandbridge with a view to establishing a Boat Club for members of An Garda Síochána. The meeting was presided over by the…

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March in the Garden, Top Tips

By March, we’re ready to welcome the start of spring – a hopeful, happy time for gardeners. Timely Tips This month’s timely tips are all about getting a head start…

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Triple Crown History and Winners

In rugby union, the Triple Crown is an honour contested annually by the “Home Nations” – i.e. England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales who compete within the larger Six Nations Championship….

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Walking on the Grand Canal

The Grand Canal Way follows pleasant grassy towpaths, gravel and sometimes tarmac canal-side roads from Ringsend in Dublin to Shannon Harbour on Ireland’s longest river. ​​​The Grand Canal Way is…

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The Hellfire Club Walk: One of the most relaxed walks in the Dublin Mountains

The Hellfire Club Walk (more officially known as ‘the Montpellier Loop Trail’) is a lovely Dublin walk that will treat you to a spectacular panoramic view out over Dublin City….

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The Incredible Story of Stephen Roche

Very few people have won a Tour de France and only eight cyclists have won two Grand Tours in a year. Seven have wo both a Grand Tour and The…

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Babe Ruth

Babe Ruth, by name of George Herman Ruth, Jr., also called theBambino and the Sultan of Swat, (born February 6, 1895, Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.—died August 16, 1948, New York, New…

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Joe Schmidt in Conversation – Bord Gais Theatre

Joe Schmidt has just stepped down as Ireland coach having achieved success on a scale never before seen in Irish rugby. Two Heineken Cups in three seasons with Leinster. Three…

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IRISH NATIONAL OPERA: CINDERELLA | LA CENERENTOLA

“It’s not fair!” The notion of justice is of paramount importance to children, and key to the appeal of the Cinderella story.  But whatever your favourite version, you will find…

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Mayo Dark Sky Festival 1st – 3rd November 2019

From the 1st – 3rd November 2019, the ‘Friends of Mayo Dark Skies’ in Newport, Mulranny and Ballycroy willhost the fourth MAYO DARK SKY FESTIVAL – a three day feast of…

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EURO 2020 Worth Over €100m to Irish Economy

Dublin’s hosting of UEFA EURO 2020 next year will be worth an estimated €106m to the Irish economy according to an independent economic impact study carried out by EY-DKM on…

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Diego Maradona – Soccer’s Greatest Star – A Tragedy

On November 10, 2001, Diego Armando Maradona played his final testimonial match, in Buenos Aires. For those unacquainted with the tradition, testimonials are tribute games, played for adoring, nostalgic fans,…

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Aidan Dooley’s Award-Winning Production of Tom Crean Antarctic Explorer Dates Released

Keep up to date with this award-winning production, read reviews and find out about where the show has played and where it will be touring in the future. The show…

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