Friday, June 5, 2020

Drinking to excess – just part of Irish culture?

21% of Irish adults classified as hazardous drinkers, while 23% are at potential risk of becoming hazardous drinkers New Drinkaware Index published reveals 19% exceed...

Something for the weekend?

Why not treat yourself to the perfect weekend treat by whipping up Siúcra x Catherine Fulvio’s Mousse au Deux Chocolat. These sweet little pots may...

61% of over-60s admit to breaking speed limit

In advance of the June Bank Holiday weekend, new research by Liberty Insurance shows that more than half (52%) of Irish drivers admit to...

It’s no sky lark for Swifts numbers

The Swift population of Wicklow is being surveyed in a joint venture project between the County Council and Birdwatch Ireland. The aim is to identify...

Go Girl! Joan’s 50-year service award

A Wicklow Girl Guide leader has received a 50-year service award in recognition of the five decades of service she has given to the...

Almost 1,000 waiting on essential therapies in Wicklow – Donnelly

Fianna Fáil Health spokesperson Stephen Donnelly says new figures supplied to his party show that almost a thousand people in Wicklow and Kildare are...

Coeliac sufferers walk around Ireland twice to highlight 7,300 undiagnosed children

Coeliac disease sufferers planning Walk for Awareness around Ireland to highlight 7,300 undiagnosed children Coeliac disease sufferers are planning to ‘walk around Ireland twice to...

Inspired youths tackle climate change on local level

Wicklow County Council discussed Wicklow County Council's Climate Change Adaptation Strategy.  Cllr Tom Fortune speaking with the media says this is all happening in...

Glencree walkers collect 150 bags of rubbish

A walking group based in Glencree collected more than 150 bags of rubbish from the Wicklow and Dublin uplands recently. The Glencree Walking Group, who...

Rural areas of Wicklow abandoned without National Broadband Plan

Bray Labour Party Local Election candidate has described the continuing lack of a National Broadband Plan before Easter as a continuing travesty for towns...
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