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Dublin Fire Brigade May Start Using Drones.

Dublin Fire Brigade is currently researching the use of remote controlled aerial craft called quadcopters to deal with major fires and other incidents.  The use of drones by fire services…

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State of Emergency In Southern California After Massive Oil Spill.

A state of emergency has been declared in Southern California following one of the largest oil spills to hit the Santa Barbara coast in over 46 years.   The 21-inch-wide…

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Mount Everest: A Continuing Story of Adventure, Achievement, and Tragedy

The recent Everest avalanche in the wake of the Nepal earthquake reminded the world of the mountains daunting unpredictability and long history of conquest and tragedy. As the world’s highest…

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Woman Rescued from River Corrib by Galway Emergency Services.

Members of the public raised the alarm when they saw a woman being swept out to sea at roughly 11.30pm on Wednesday night (the 6th of May.)  The Galway lifeboat…

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Third Season of Firefighters Now Showing On RTE 1.

RTE’s popular Firefighters, a series which documents the lives of the men and women of Dublin Fire and Rescue, has returned for a third season.  In this season, the program…

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Spanish Emergency Services Rescue Over 150 Passengers From Burning Ferry.

Spanish emergency services successfully evacuated more than 150 passengers from a ferry (the Sorrento) which dramatically caught fire while crossing the Mediterranean from Majorca to the Spanish port of Valencia….

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Covid 19/Health

EU Cars and Light Vans to have eCall Emergency Feature in 2018.

    As of March 31st 2018, all cars and light vans in the European Union will be equipped with a device called an eCall which automatically alerts emergency services…

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Covid 19/Health

Fire Safety Training for Home Care Workers

A new fire safety training programme specifically designed for home care workers could soon be rolled out throughout Ireland having been developed and piloted in County Clare. Developed by Ennis-based…

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Covid 19/Advice

How to React when you hear Emergency Sirens

Many drivers are unaware of what action to take when they hear emergency service sirens, this clip covers many different situations that drivers may encounter, the clip offers practical Solutions…

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Covid 19/Health

New Smartwatch to aid Emergency Services

  Emergency services might be about to get a helping hand in the form of a new smartwatch. Recent years has seen a need for more advanced technology to aid…

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Covid 19/Research

Miguel De Cervantes remains might about to be uncovered

  The mystery of where the famous authors Miguel de Cervantes remains are buried may be about to be solved. A team of experts made up of archaeologists and anthropologists…

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Covid 19/Health

Derry City Centre to receive three Defibrillators

  Derry’s city centre is to have three defibrillators installed by Derry City Council’s Environmental Services Committee. The potentially life-saving equipment was confirmed as viable at their December meeting on…

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Covid 19/Advice

A New Whiskey Museum to open in Dublin

August will see the opening of a new whiskey museum in College Green  by Extreme Event Ireland Ltd. The development is one of two new projects which the Department of…

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EMS News

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 was taking place today in Clashduv Park Togher at 2pm in…

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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. Katherine Tee,41, a yachting enthusiast, believes she saw the burning plane…

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Covid 19/Advice

Lotto Winners find Lost ticket

A couple in Canada who had lost their lottery ticket worth $50 million had it returned to them by a church parish member. Hakeem and Abiola Nosiru couldn’t believe their…

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Covid 19/Advice

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 help England win the world cup. The English Physicist has created…

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White Houses Naked Ambition

A man stripped naked outside the White house in what is assumed to be a form of protest. US Secret Service were forced to jump into action and arrest the…

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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 of Meteorology, it will be able to forecast tiny details within…

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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 the emergency services. The signs will be marked with locations so…

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