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Lowland RFCA Sep 3
Today, Day, we remember those merchant mariners who sacrificed so much during and , as well as the risks they face to this day as they brave the high seas.
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On This Day RN Aug 11
All good stuff but for me the greatest Naval word is Aye! All is possible, give your ambitions a chance.
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Niall Sabongi Sep 9
Only a few sleeps left until this brilliant event with Still a few tickets left. I'll be bringing lots of amazing seafood from all over this beautiful island of ours
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Bonnie Greer Jan 28
Losing convoys to U-Boats was the only thing that admitted to being afraid of. Many merchant seamen & other personnel lost their lives in defending and protecting the food supply to this country in WW1 and WW2.
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Raising awareness of our dependence on seafarers Sep 2
Good luck to everyone who will be flying a ashore at more than 950 locations tomorrow, Merchant Navy Day, to help raise awareness of our ’s dependence on
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Sustainable Seafood Ireland ( SSI ) Dec 29
Just over the moon with this!! Thank you We are so lucky to have such amazing customers supporting us on the journey! 2019 is going to be epic 🐟🦀🦑❤️🐟🦐 ( customer list is now open, closing again end on Jan)
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Paul Hegarty Dec 17
Important capability for a to have... ample applications ranging from national defence to HADR overseas...
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Jobs in Maritime Sep 3
Today is We are the at our offices to signal the UK's on Merchant Navy Seafarers
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Ensign Sep 3
Happy to all the brave men and women who keep our afloat. Did you know they are responsible for providing 95% of the UK's imports?
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Paul Hegarty Dec 15
Had the privilege of attending a Maritime Strategic Seminar with Prof Geoffrey Till in Brussels over the last 3 days. Fascinating discussion with EU colleagues from other C&S Schools on future challenges in the maritime domain. Interesting times ahead for Ireland
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Seafarers UK Sep 2
is tomorrow, 3rd September! Hundreds of will be flying ashore to remember our ’s dependence on . Learn more:
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Catherine Spencer Sep 10
HRH Princess Royal spoke of recognition of need for skills training for our seafarers and need to understand the value of the sea as an
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The Wire Aug 28
A new has been elected for - will this mean more humanitarian change for the and what will this mean for Australia's political relationship with Nauru and Australia's offshore processing policy?
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Ensign Sep 3
We are flying the red ensign for ! We want to raise awareness of the important work our do everyday. How are you celebrating?
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Anthony O’Toole Sep 4
Today’s wish - people living in Ireland should eat more oysters. Definitely one of Ireland’s hidden culinary treasures.
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Kevin Phipps Jul 11
As a former maritime patrol pilot it is ludicrous we don't have the ability to launch a martime aircraft in support of SAR agencies 24/7. we used to have this capability not that long ago
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Nicholas Harvey Aug 6
No-deal : What is the UK government doing to prepare?
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The Seafood Cafe 16h
It is Irish. It’s from Moira Co Down. Cattle 🐄 don’t see borders and nor do we. We support Irish food regardless of what side of the line it’s from. ( Niall )
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Ocean Diver Aug 10
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Raising awareness of our dependence on seafarers Sep 3
It’s good to see trending every week but today is special - it’s ! Raising awareness of our ’s dependence on
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