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Whats Kids Are Reading have revealed the reading trends from 1.1 million pupils in over 5,000 schools in both the UK and Republic of Ireland. Northern Ireland has been crowned the best of the UK regions, followed by Scotland. The lowest scoring country was Wales. Students in the Republic of Ireland however, ranked higher than […]

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You can’t beat Mum’s dinners It comes as no surprise that ‘Meat and two veg’ tops the list of favourite meals for Irish adults. The study which was carried out by Bord Bia and Red C looked at evening eating habits in Ireland showing chicken dishes and sauce meals come in 2nd and 3rd place. […]

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Vape pen sellers not seeing eye to eye with HSE Vape pen sellers are planning to go to court in an attempt to block a ban on e-cigarette flavours. Last month Health Minister Simon Harris came out and expressed his belief that the fruity flavours are aimed at kids. The Irish Vape Vendor’s Association are […]

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Theodore and Bonnie have become popular children’s names. Murphy, Kelly and Ryan were some of the most common surnames among babies in Ireland in 2018 according to the Central Statistics Office (CSO). New data released by the CSO revealed the three surnames that topped the list in 2018 with Murphy being registered 686 times, Kelly […]

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The hopes to promote healthier eating among children In an attempt to promote healthier eating Lidl Ireland ban the use of cartoon characters on all of their original cereal boxes. Their cartoon characters can attract children to the boxes and encourage “pester power” by the bright colours. The supermarket chain has committed to making this […]

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You could say it was a bit of a Casualty. Earlier this week, actor Amanda Henderson went viral after her brain fart moment on the popular quiz show Celebrity Mastermind. Host John Humphrys asked the following question: “No One Is Too Small To Make A Difference is a collection of speeches made by a Swedish climate […]

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Hundreds of swimmers and thousands of supporters thronged the steps of Blackrock in Salthill to support the 30th annual COPE Galway Christmas Day Swim. The event helps raise funds for COPE Galway’s Services for people experiencing Homelessness, Domestic Abuse and services for Older People in Galway. The cold December morning did not deter over 900 swimmers […]

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