Updated: 29/01/18 : 12:48:02
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Sligo's St Patrick's Day Festival theme for 2018 revealed

Last year's St Patrick's Day Parade in Sligo had its highest number of entries yet. It saw entries from schools, local businesses, community organisations and sports clubs, all representing [...]  Read More...

Updated: 06/02/18 : 07:09:00
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Three delivering 93% 4G coverage across Sligo

Three has announced that, following its extensive network upgrade across Sligo, it is now delivering 93% 4G population coverage to the area. Following the integration of the legacy O2 and Three networks, customers now have access to significantly more sites*, and are enjoying average 4G speeds of 18 MB per second, as well as improved coverage for calls and texts. Three’s Sligo customers are putting the new state-of-the-art network to [...]  Read More...

Updated: 06/02/18 : 07:23:59
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Teenagers invited to create videos about the stuff we consume

Following the success of last year’s competition, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is pleased to launch the 2018 The Story of Your Stuff competition for secondary schools.  This year the EPA is teaming up with big-wave surfer and marine social scientist Easkey Britton to promote The Story of Your Stuff.  The competition invites students to choose an everyday object – perhaps a pen, a mobile phone, a banana, a jumper or [...]  Read More...

Updated: 13/02/18 : 14:57:54
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Ireland to open drug pricing negotiations with Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg and Austria

Minister for Health, Simon Harris today (Tuesday) announced that Ireland is to open negotiations with Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg and Austria on drug pricing and supply.  The Minister will now issue a Letter of Intent to his counterparts in those four countries formally signalling Ireland's interest in joining the existing collaboration, known as the BeNeLuxA Initiative, on drug pricing and supply.Minister Harris [...]  Read More...

Updated: 22/11/17 : 05:50:09
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No one should be ALONE this Christmas

Vincent Browne asks public to reach out to thousands of older people spending Christmas aloneALONE, the charity that supports older people to age at home, today launched their Christmas campaign which asks individuals to support the work of ALONE by volunteering and donating, and for older people experiencing isolation and loneliness to get in touch with ALONE to avail of one of it’s services. At the launch of the campaign [...]  Read More...