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Wednesday, 12 August 2020

New research shows young people of Ireland leading the way in supporting charities amid COVID-19

Research carried out by Charities Institute Ireland and Amárach shows that the young people of Ireland ages 18-24 are leading the way in responding ...


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No gold rush but demand is strong in Ireland as gold hits record highs

"It is people who are more risk averse. They are seeing negative interest rates on deposits, currencies are being devalued, so that's why people are ...


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Increase in trainee psychologist places in Northern Ireland welcomed

Psychologists play a key role in providing mental health services and have provided essential support during the Covid-19 crisis. The expansion in ...


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4 groups awarded €1.5 million from Ability to Work Fund

State Street and Rethink Ireland have awarded €1.5 million from the Ability to ... It aims to reach 500 people with disabilities across the country and ...


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The head-hunter who measured Irishmen's skulls

He observed differences in the physical appearance of people he ... to the survival of pre-conquest folklore and customs in the west of Ireland. This put ...


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Irish farms invite holidaymakers for free staycation

People in Ireland have been invited for a free staycation on an Irish farm – provided that they are willing to get their hands a little dirty. Staycationers ...


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Ireland should stand with Poland on threats to gay rights

Sometime later I found myself outside the GPO amongst dozens of both Irish and Polish people with LGBTQ+ flags and signs showing both solidarity and ...


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Kildare woman, UNICEF Ireland Deputy Executive Director appeals for support for children of ...

Kildare native and UNICEF Ireland Deputy Executive Director Colette Harte said: “The explosions last week left at least 140 people dead, 5,000 injured and hundreds missing. It's is a truly tragic situation for children and UNICEF is ...


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