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New metro poses risk to local GAA club

April 4, 2018

Glasnevin GAA club Na Fianna are set to lose some of their facilities after the National Transport Authority (NTA) recently announced the preferred route for the new Metrolink project. The NTA and Transport Infrastructure Ireland

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Number of girls getting HPV vaccine rises

April 4, 2018

There was an increase in the uptake of girls getting the HPV vaccine this year, according to the latest figures released by the Health Service Executive (HSE) on March 22nd .

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No phising here

March 13, 2018

EU regulations for the control of data security, which come into force in May, are a long way from compliance rates, according a cyber-security expert. “Ahead of the GDPR regulations which come into effect on

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DCU partner with I Wish to promote women in STEM

March 7, 2018

Over 5,000 students attended two workshops in Dublin and in Cork hosted by the I Wish initiative to encourage female secondary school students to choose careers in fields of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM).

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Phone usage on roads at ‘ridiculously high levels’

February 21, 2018

A fifth of female drivers say they’ve applied makeup behind the wheel while one in 12 drivers admit to using their phones while driving, according to recent research. “You’re seven times more likely to crash

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UCC to give refugees full scholarships

February 7, 2018

University College Cork has been granted the status of “University of Sanctuary” and will provide seven asylum seekers and refugees with full scholarships from September.

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Irish Rail phase out quiet carriages

February 7, 2018

Irish Rail have announced that they are phasing out their quiet carriages on long haul routes, which is to have a negative effect on people with autism. The reasoning behind this move is said to