“Gillette Ad Brave” -National Women’s Council Of Ireland

The National Women’s Council of Ireland is calling a Gillette ad which is dividing opinions online “brave”. The shaving brands new campaign changes it slogan … Read More

Call For Provision Of Free Contraception

Student Health Centres can now dispense free condoms to offer students, in an effort to cut down on STIs. The President of the Irish Student … Read More

Offaly Mart Will Close To Mark Death Of Ex-Manager

Tullamore Mart will close tomorrow to mark the death of a former manager. Peter Scully had worked with the mall since 1967 and had been … Read More

ICSA Calling Out Varadkars ‘Eat Less Meat’ Comments

The Irish Cattle and Sheep Farmers Association is calling out the Taoiseach on comments he’s made that he cut down on eating meat to benefit … Read More

“Gardaí Must Better Monitor Speeding In Housing Estates”

A Westmeath Councillor is urging Gardaí to better monitor speeding in housing estates. Sinn Fein’s Sorcha Clark is questioning whether Gardai have set up a … Read More

72 People On Trolleys In Midland Hospitals

There’s 72 people awaiting admission to Midlands hospitals. Figures from the INMO show Portlaoise is the busiest in the region, with 27 people on trolleys … Read More

Labour Bigger Than Any Representative – Penrose

A Longford Westmeath Labour TD says the party is bigger than any public representative. Willie Penrose is making the comments following Mullingar Councillor Mick Dollard’s … Read More

Athlone Garda Station Renovation On Track

The renovation of the Garda Station in Athlone is still on schedule. Works on the €8 million investment began last May in the long-awaited refurbishment. … Read More

Minister Wants Inquiries Into Retiring Gardaí Sped-Up

The Justice Minister has called on the Garda Ombudsman to speed up any investigation against a retiring member. Currently an inquiry is taking place into … Read More

Appeal To High Court On Drug Rehab Centre

A case is to be heard in the High Court over a controversial drug rehabilitation centre on the Meath-Westmeath border. Narconon Trust, an affiliate of … Read More

FG Should Respect Confidence & Supply – Cowen

Fianna Fáil’s Spokesperson on Public Expenditure is accusing Fine Gael of playing games with the public with threats of a snap election. Barry Cowen has … Read More

‘Women Treated Like Second-Class Citizens’ – Leahy

Renua Ireland claims women are being treated like second-class citizens when it comes to the Cervical Check scandal Leader John Leahy has been reacting to … Read More

Labour Councillor Leaves Party After 3 Decades

A Labour councillor who’s been with the party for three decades is planning to run as an Independent in the next local elections. Mick Dollard … Read More

Fine Gael TD Says Election Posters Are On Standby

A Fine Gael TD says the election posters are on standby. Marcella Corcoran Kennedy has been speaking from her party’s parliamentary meeting ahead of the … Read More

“We Can’t Sign-Post The Whole Slieve Bloom Mountain”

The Slieve Bloom Rural Development Co-Op claims they can’t sign-post the whole mountain to prevent people getting lost. It comes after a Tullamore walker lost … Read More

HSE Winter Measures Extended Due To Overcrowding

Additional measures that have been in place as part of the HSE’s winter plan, have been extended due to overcrowding in hospitals. It comes as … Read More

Mullingar Hospital Advising To Avoid A&E

Management at Mullingar Hospital is asking people to avoid the emergency department where possible. The facility says its admitted a lot of elderly people over … Read More

Call For Cars With High CO2 Levels To Be Banned

A car dealer believes vehicles should be banned based on their CO2 levels, not their year. Reddy 2 Drive in Monasterevin has been reacting to … Read More

Residents Want Offaly Priest To Be Made A Saint

Residents in Daingean are calling for a former priest in the area to be made a Saint. Father Andrew Mullen died 201 years ago this … Read More

Jump In Visits To Irish Distilleries

Tullamore Dew claims Irish Whiskey thrives because tourists care about its heritage. It’s been reacting to figures released this morning that show there’s been a … Read More

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