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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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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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Covid 19/Education General News

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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“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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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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Covid 19/Advice

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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The legend of E.T. continues

When is an urban legend not an urban legend. Crew for a documentary film production company retrieved Atari games...

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Tornado hits Southern Us

A large Tornado has hit Southern United States. Ten deaths have been reported so far but the full extent...

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Covid 19/Advice

Phone Data found to be Rarely Safe

Encryption and resetting your phone has been found to not necessarily provide protection from Data Fraud. Research from Deloitte...

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Essential Chernobyl Shield is delayed

Political tensions in Ukraine have put doubts over the construction of a contamination shield at the chernobyl nuclear power...

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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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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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