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They include two Galway spots and one on Westmeath. The Environmental Protection Agency has released it’s latest bathing report, which classifies the quality of bathing spots around Ireland. Overall, the number of Irish swimming spots that met EU minimum standards last year in Ireland rose to 140, with over 100 classified as ‘excellent’. Key findings […]

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Online registration opens tomorrow. Leaving Cert students are being told that online registration for Leaving Cert calculated grades opens tomorrow (Tuesday 26th of May) at 10am. Participating students should log on to gov.ie/leavingcertificate where they will be be asked which level they are choosing –  higher, ordinary, foundation. Teachers need this so they can provide […]

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And there should be dry weather for the June bank holiday weekend. After a recent spell of wet and windy May weather, things look set to turn around this week. Met Éireann is forecasting temperatures to rise to 25 degrees on Thursday with warm and sunny spells forecast for this week. Here’s the day-by-day: Tuesday […]

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Good news for students who booked a J1 for the summer. USIT has announced that most customers whose trips have been cancelled will be refunded. The travel company went into liquidation in March following the coronavirus outbreak. USIT specialises in student travel, volunteer and work abroad programmes, particularly the J1 scheme. After being liquidated, the […]

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Winds of over 100km/h are currently battering the country. A status yellow wind warning has been issued for the entire country. Met Éireann issued the alert at 11am this morning and it will be in effect until 9pm tonight. The ‘unseasonable’ 100km/h winds will now hit all of Leinster and Munster, as well as Cavan, Monaghan, […]

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