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16 February 2018 02:57 Cork County Council could cut aid to firms over plastics usage

Cork County Council is to examine barring start-up businesses from securing grant-aid unless they take measures to reduce the use of plastics in the workforce. The local authority wants plastic bottles and other plastic drinking vessels to be cut out due to the increasing threat of plastic to the environmental. Proposed measures will be discussed by the council’s 6

12 February 2018 12:45 Dunnes is still Ireland's most popular supermarket

We’re also buying more vegetarian and vegan foods. SALES OF BRANDED goods in Irish supermarkets have climbed 4% year-on-year, the first time in four years that they have shown stronger growth than own-brand competitors. The sales figures are carried in the latest Kantar Worldpanel market share results, which show that Dunnes Stores remains Ireland’s 3

13 January 2018 16:00 Want to refresh your wardrobe and save money? Here are some expert tips

We went to the Grafton Academy of Fashion Design to find out how to spruce up your wardrobe for less. This week, we bring you some tips on how to spruce up your wardrobe without spending a lot of money. If you have old plain t-shirts lying around, now’s your time to add a slogan or design to them. And the key is a very cheap product: iron-on bonding 40

03 October 2017 10:55 Stoppages in Catalonia after independence poll violence

Barcelona metro stations were closed, pickets blocked main roads and civil servants walked out in response to a strike called by pro-independence groups after hundreds were injured in a Spanish police crackdown on a banned independence referendum. The stoppages, originally billed as a region-wide general strike but disavowed by the country's largest 11

30 September 2017 20:05 Trump lashes out at San Juan mayor who begged for more help

President Trump on Saturday lashed out at the mayor of San Juan and other officials in storm-ravaged Puerto Rico, contemptuous of their claims of a laggard U.S. response to the natural disaster that has imperiled the island’s future. “Such poor leadership ability by the Mayor of San Juan, and others in Puerto Rico, who are not able to get their workers 2

30 September 2017 19:03 Trump attacks 'poor leadership' after San Juan mayor begs for help

After the Puerto Rican capital city's mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz appealed for help "to save us from dying", the US president said in a series of tweets: "Such poor leadership ability by the Mayor of San Juan, and others in Puerto Rico, who are not able to get their workers to help. The tweets amounted to a biting response to Ms Cruz, who had accused the Trump 1

30 September 2017 14:26 Trump hits back over claims of tardy Puerto Rico storm response

Biting reply to San Juan mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz’s claim of ‘killing us with inefficiency’ US president Donald Trump has lashed out at the mayor of San Juan and other officials in storm-ravaged Puerto Rico, contemptuous of their claims of a slow US response to the natural disaster that has threatened the island’s future. “They want everything to be done for them when it should 5

29 September 2017 11:36 Irish Women Advised To Take Folic Acid Every Day

Women across Ireland are being advised to take a folic acid supplement every day if they are sexually active and could become pregnant. Public body Safefood is urging women to take a folic acid supplement daily, even if they are not actively trying to become pregnant. A baby’s spine and brain start developing in the first weeks of pregnancy and folic 5

28 September 2017 21:47 Burst water mains will be ‘a common occurrence for years’

Irish Water issues warning following publication of report on July 2017 incident Irish Water has warned that water main bursts will be a “common occurrence” for years to come, following the publication of a report analysing the causes of a major incident in the northeast last July. The utility said it “recognises and deeply regrets the disruption and hardship

26 September 2017 13:12 Tesco launches ‘The Community Chill’ to help charitable groups receiving surplus food

The supermarket chain says no good food will go to waste in Tesco Ireland by 2020. The chain's Community Chill campaign, which will provides funding for food related good causes to buy fridges and freezers so they can receive more surplus food donations to help people in need. Since 2014, Tesco has donated over four million meals of surplus food to more than 260 community 6