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Jim Mulhall Mar 8
Going onto the Farm Show tonight after 7pm with to discuss the events of the past week. Tune in!
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DJ Dave Wexford Mar 9
Got a call last night to say that my brother was admitted to hospital in London. Was unaware that he was made homeless 2 weeks ago & spent on the street. He's malnourished & exhausted. He was too proud to tell anyone. Certainly puts things into perspective
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#DDD Mar 11
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Wales&West Utilities Mar 9
With the snow gone, temperatures rising and things slowly getting back to normal, we’ve taken stock on last week and the impact and had on the area we serve. Here’s some facts and figures…
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Cllr. Cormac Devlin Mar 12
For those of my posters that weren’t used as toboggans during - I have taken all of them down over the weekend (including the cable ties) however while some are missing, you might let me know if you spot any and we’ll retrieve them. Thank you.
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David Hixon Mar 13
Withstanding: lighthouse took a real battering from the other week. glad to say the repairs are well under way, lets hope she fairs better when the next storm hits.
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Hannah Jackson Mar 11
Yet more success stories from neighbours of ewes being found ALIVE 11 DAYS after being stuck in snow drifts! INCREDIBLE!
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SIPTU Health Division Mar 9
Confirmed: "All HSE staff who attended work on Red Alert weather warning days will be paid for time worked and receive time off in lieu. Staff who could not get to work or whose place of work was closed due to red alert weather warding will be paid as normal."
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Right2Water Ireland Mar 14
The pro-water charges campaigners are out in force using & to promote their plans to commodify our water. And the media let them spin it any way they like. So have prepared a fact check on their claims.
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J. Whittaker Mar 8
- Custume Barracks Athlone was stood down today after 8 days during which we deployed a total of 526 troops & 75 vehicles across the Midlands, Kildare & Wicklow completing 600+ tasks in sp of civil authorities
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Mountain Rescue Mar 9
Photos and statistics cataloguing one teams activities during last week's .
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Carlow Weather Mar 7
Welcome to my new followers, I picked up a few after a busy week last week with and Twitter analytics show 1.6 Million impressions in last 16 days!
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RSPCA (England & Wales) Mar 19
🐑 During the first bout of bad weather from , we had 300% more calls. Some officers were snowed in and we were stretched very thin, but managed to deal with emergency call-outs, including this poor sheep! Thankfully she was unharmed and was released back to her flock
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Carl Mullan Apr 19
So I've started doing some stuff on YouTube. This week's vid is looking back at & staying overnight in when the power went out. Thanks everyone for watching and sharing so far 👌 If ya haven't seen & ya fancy it now...hope ya enjoy 😎
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Fiona Corcoran Apr 18
Staff say thank you to the for their help transferring staff and patients during
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South Dublin Co Co Mar 8
Most of us are through now but our crews are still clearing the way in rural parts of the county. This was taken today on the Shankhill Road in the Ballinascorney area and gives an idea of the Trojan work being done up there!
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Dublin - Wicklow MRT Mar 7
Team members walking in to an incident during
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Emma Ferguson Dec 8
... I promise it wasn’t on purpose 😬
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Jo Pack Mar 9
What a difference a week makes! Wow ❤️🇮🇲 ...no more
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Volunteer Ireland Mar 7
We want to thank all volunteers for their dedication and commitment during last week's extreme weather from frontline volunteers to those checking in on neighbours!
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