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Spy camera forces Dunnes to Payout

Dunnes Stores had to pay a fired employee €8000 because the firing came as a result of secretly installed...

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Covid 19/Advice EMS Services

Powdered alcohol is on it’s way but is taking the scenic route

The introduction of powered alcohol to the American Market has been stalled due to a problems with it’s labelling....

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World’s first solar powered aircraft to attempt round the world flight

Aviation technology has taken some giant steps forward recently as it has been revealed that an aircraft that operates...

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Dramatic Mountain rescue in Donegal

Two men had to be rescued off Mount Errigal over the Easter weekend. The two student teachers from Monaghan...

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Discovery of Bombs down from last year

The Army Bomb Disposal team has been called out 50 times this year so far but for the same...

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World News

Helmet camera capturing the real action

Fire-fighters in America have developed a new way to investigate suspicious fires and their causes, by introducing portable Helmet...

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Trumps Doonbeg course still on track

Donald Trumps Doonbeg golf course has been hit by a series of setbacks this year. Tidal waves and microscopic...

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Features

Fukushima aftermath still haunts Japan

The crisis at Japan’s Fukushima nuclear plant “has not ended”, the country’s nuclear watchdog has warned, saying the situation...

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Features

Aviation’s blackest day: The Tenerife disaster

Bar 9/11, the Tenerife disaster of 1977 remains the single greatest catastrophe in airline history. However, the entire tragedy...

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World News

The perfect radioactive storm

Leaking tanks and threatened job cuts at infamous US nuclear site lead to growing environmental concerns Concerns are growing...

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World Police & Fire Games 2013

The 2013 Games, the first to be held in Europe, were an unqualified success for Belfast and Northern Ireland....

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Covid 19/Research

The five great fires of medieval Dublin

Everyone has heard of the Great Fire of London in 1666 when vast swathes of the city were engulfed...

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Covid 19/Research

The triangle shirtwaist factory fire

Just over a century ago, a devastating inferno consumed the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory in Greenwich Village, New York, killing...

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Covid 19/Advice

The Firefighters – RTE’S hit series returns

Firefighters is blazing its way back on to your screens for a highly anticipated second season of hard hitting...

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Covid 19/Advice

Legislation change covers cancer treatment for 9/11 Firefighters

Compensation fund extended to cover 58 types of cancer. Firefighters and volunteers who have suffered from illnesses contracted in...

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Covid 19/Health

New Year Boosters

Eat smart, healthy, and tasty, to avoid the common colds associated with the current time of Year. As we’re...

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Northern Ireland’s Longest Serving Firefighter Celebrates 50 Years’

Northern Ireland Fire & Rescue Service (NIFRS) longest serving Firefighter, Watch Commander Ronnie Nicholl from Antrim Fire Station is...

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Funds approved for new Waterford City Fire Station

A new fire station has been approved for Waterford City with the allocation of funds from Budget 2013. Around...

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