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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 fears that the dead bodies and animal carcasses could result in…

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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 OHSAS 18001:2007 certification for international standards for health and safety. They…

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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 after reviews that Ireland needs a permanent service. Originally set up…

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Covid 19/Education

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 Media and Geographical Information Systems are just some of the ways…

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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 will not be known until after sunrise. More twisters have been…

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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 cameras. Dunnes stores had it’s head of security install the cameras…

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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 totally on solar energy will attempt to make a round the…

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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 and Leitrim required assistance after they fell 30-40 meters on the…

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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 period last year the figure was 84. That’s 34 fewer than…

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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 snails have meant the planned development was halted before if even…

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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 celebrating 50 years of dedicated service to the local community. Watch…

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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 €2 million has been allocated for the project out of the…

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