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It’s possibly one of the biggest debates any expectant couple will have. Choosing a name for a newborn is a tough one, especially with so many to choose from. Well if you like to follow the trends, the Central Statistics Office has revealed the top baby names from 2020. Grace has replaced Emily as the […]

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Advertisement STEPS Engineering Week is taking place virtually this year, from 27 February – 5 March, and brings some amazing opportunities for school students. The week-long campaign encourages primary and post-primary students, their teachers and parents to explore the exciting world of engineering as well as highlighting the diverse career opportunities engineering offers. Join Engineers […]

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Those blue skies won’t be hanging around for long. Met Éireann has issued three weather warnings for Ireland that’ll kick in from this evening. An Atlantic storm is approaching the country bringing heavy rainfall to most parts of the country. Localised flooding is also expected in some parts of Munster this evening. A Status Orange […]

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Please read this, I’m shedding light on something that seriously needs to change🇮🇪 #missireland pic.twitter.com/5emlslytwX — Blue💙 (@BlueScannell) February 16, 2021 A young woman has walked out of the Miss Ireland competition over it’s outdated rules. One rule in particular prompted 19 year old Blue Scannell, who’s an aspiring midwife, to leave the competition. Contestants […]

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We had drive-thru ashes last year, but Parishioners in Donegal are being offered takeaway ashes this Ash Wednesday. Parish priest of Clonmany Fr. Brian Brady has teamed up with a local Centra to deliver takeaway ashes. According to the Irish Independent, the blessed ashes will be placed in sealed containers and left in local churches […]

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