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Psychological Society of Ireland (PSI) launches new podcast series to mark 50th anniversary

COVID-19 pandemic, including: Coping with Lockdown Anxiety in Children Social Media and Children Managing Suicidal Behaviour in Young People Emotional Intelligence and Stress What is Mindfulness? Problems with the Weight Loss Industry The experts and contributors featured include: Mark Smyth, President of the Psychological Society of Ireland and a Chartered Senior Clinical Psychologist specialising in […]

Lynk invests €150,000 in protective screens to separate taxi drivers and passengers in the fight against Covid-19

Lynk becomes first taxi service to install protective screens and ensure fully contactless journeys across Dublin Lynk, Dublin’s taxi booking app, has invested €150,000 to equip its vehicles with protective screens. The screens divide the front and back of Lynk taxis, and will offer significant comfort to both drivers and passengers as they begin to […]

Extreme concern over elderly who are putting off seeking medical treatment for fractures and injuries for up to three weeks – Affidea ExpressCare Clinics

Significant increase in number of patients presenting with injuries that are weeks old and at risk of becoming infected Over 50’s most likely to cancel medical appointments in a bid to avoid medical settings due to Covid-19 Cancellation of communion and confirmation parties – meaning no bouncy castle activity – has resulted in fewer fractures […]

Enet becomes Ireland’s first network provider to deploy VIAVI virtual network testing

Partnership with Butler Technologies and VIAVI Solutions will enhance connectivity across Ireland and reduce troubleshooting times Limerick, Ireland: Enet, Ireland’s largest wholesale, open-access network provider, has become the first provider in the country to introduce virtual testing across its networks. Partnering with Butler Technologies to utilise VIAVI Solutions’ network test and monitoring systems, Enet will […]

FM104’s to host ‘Mind Your Noggin Day’ on Friday 22 May to raise awareness and funds for Jigsaw, Ireland’s leading youth mental health charity

Range of special guests lined up to help spread the Jigsaw message!  Dublin radio station FM104 will host ‘Mind Your Noggin Day’ on Friday May 22nd in aid of Jigsaw, Ireland’s leading youth mental health charity.  The aim of the initiative is to raise awareness of mental health issues in young people, particularly at this […]

Affidea and Irish Life Health reach agreement to allow consultants provide range of patient procedures at Affidea outlets in Tallaght and Cork

Affidea ExpressCare Clinics in Tallaght and Cork will act as advanced treatment centres –       Patients will be able to avail of a range of additional procedures carried out by specialist consultants Affidea, Ireland’s leading independent provider of diagnostic imaging and outpatient services, has reached an agreement with Irish Life Health (ILH) which will allow private consultants provide […]

59% of people in Ireland would like to be able to travel beyond 2km within the next month according to new Covid-19 research from Core

54% of people would like to see restaurants, bars and clubs opening by October 2020 but there is a high public consensus (75% agreement) that it should not occur until April 2021 47% of adults want shops to re-open within a month, while 23% said this shouldn’t happen until September 2020 Re-opening of the state’s […]

Don’t miss The Sunday Times Wine Guide this weekend

Over 100 wines featured, to suit all palates and budgets, selected from thousands tasted Learn the science of matching drinks with food, discover new trends in the ever-changing world of wine and find out how to taste like a pro The Sunday Times Wine Guide will be published this Sunday, May 3rd, and will offer […]

1,858 complaints received by the Advertising Standards Authority for Ireland (ASAI) in 2019 and 105 advertisements found to be in breach of ASAI Code

2019 ASAI Annual Report shows significant majority (65%) of complaints were made on the basis that an advertisement was perceived to be ‘misleading A total of 1,858 written complaints concerning 1,360 advertisements were received by the Advertising Standards Authority for Ireland (ASAI) last year, according to the organisation’s 2019 Annual Report which was released today. […]