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Thursday, 29 September 2016

Ten reasons why you should... get a pet

Ten reasons why you should... get a pet
Research into the influence of pets on Alzheimer's patients has found that any pet will do good. An analysis of the positive effects of having pet fish in ...

Children favour criminalisation of harmful online behaviour

Children favour criminalisation of harmful online behaviour
- Children said catfishing can be used to lure someone into a relationship, ask for nude photos, bully people, get people into trouble, and start fights.

The European trends on cigarettes, drugs, and alcohol consumption

The European trends on cigarettes, drugs, and alcohol consumption
- The latest report from the Irish arm of the project, based on data from more than 1,400 students here, revealed a significant downward trend in the ...

Disability charity finds 70% of people struggle every week to make ends meet

Disability charity finds 70% of people struggle every week to make ends meet
- A charity for people with disabilities says 70% of them it difficult to live on the ... training, education and community support services throughout Ireland.

Irish short films are playing the long game

Irish short films are playing the long game
Irish people thrive on the success of their fellow citizens. With a wide embrace, we eagerly adopt their achievements as our own, be they droll, rowers ...
Some 60% of Irish people de-clutter at least twice a year,
 - A new survey has found 49% of Irish people wear just half of the clothes in their wardrobe on a regular basis. The study looking into de-cluttering also ...

Taoiseach to host all-Ireland talks on Brexit

Taoiseach to host all-Ireland talks on Brexit
- The Taoiseach said the “all-island, all-Ireland conversation” in November will involve business people, members of civic society and political parties.

Ambitious plans for education

Ambitious plans for education
- Minister Bruton's initial Action Plan for Education 2016-19 is no less ambitious, aiming ultimately – as he declared at the launch – to give Ireland the ...

Sharp rise' in calls to charity about child abuse

Sharp rise' in calls to charity about child abuse
- Mum seems to take it out on the kids when Dad isn't around. She is ... In Northern Ireland, the PSNI has reported that domestic abuse incidents have ...

Bruce Springsteen feared fans would die in horror crush at 1985 Irish gig

Bruce Springsteen feared fans would die in horror crush at 1985 Irish gig
- In his new autobiography the New Jersey singer also links his Irish roots to a strain of mental problems in his family, and talks openly about his own ...

Health workers ballot threat over failure to open mental health units

Health workers ballot threat over failure to open mental health units
- Siptu health workers are threatening to ballot for industrial action unless unsuitable units are closed and “a state-of-the art” mental health unit in ...

Irish volunteers active in 50 countries

Irish volunteers active in 50 countries
Ireland's missionary spirit is alive, with news that last year 2,000 people engaged in voluntary service in no fewer than 50 countries worldwide.