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First and Deputy Prime Ministers Question Time will be signed for the deaf and hard of hearing in English and Irish Stormont for the first time on Monday. Assembly speaker Alex Maskey MLA confirmed that a pilot project to provide a live signature of Question Time to the executive office will begin at 2 p.m. …

A memorial service was held for the bomb victims of the Balmoral furniture company on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the atrocity. our people, including two infants, were killed in the blast that occurred without warning on the Shankill Road on December 11, 1971. Among those in attendance were Jackie and Ann Nichol, …

In some Christian calendars, today is the anniversary of a miraculous event which, at the height of its glory, according to one commentator, drew “the ridicule of one half of the world and the devotion of the other” . Despite a childhood during which I must have been surrounded by many members of this latter …

Since August, the Irish government has granted 510 Afghan citizens a visa or visa waiver to travel to Ireland under the Irish Refugee Protection Program. In total, it issued five visas and 505 visa waivers. 394 people have arrived as part of the device, more than 30 of whom have landed in recent days. It …

A community in Co Fermanagh was “shaken” after three people were stabbed on Monday. Two 18-year-old men and another 20-year-old man were taken to hospital for treatment for stab wounds after reports of an attack on Lettergreen Road in the Donagh area of ​​County D ‘North Ireland. The attack took place around 6 a.m. on …

The number of new cases of Covid-19 has climbed to triple digits, with 106 new community cases reported in New Zealand today. Photo: AFP In a statement, the health ministry said there were 77 people hospitalized with the coronavirus, including seven in intensive care. New cases have been reported in Northland (3), Auckland (93), Waikato …

To mark the International Day of Persons with Disabilities (December 3rd), we spoke with Seapoint Dragons, one of the 21 disability clubs we have in Leinster, to find out how they got started and what it means for players. and the club. Tell us why you got involved in creating a disability section? Seapoint RC …

The data centers have accepted joint responsibility with the national power grid to make sure “the lights don’t go out,” according to Eirgrid’s chief executive. Speaking at a webinar hosted by Host in Ireland, an organization that promotes the data center industry in Ireland, Mark Foley said that there is a “sense of collaboration and …

On June 3 of last year, my friend Phil Ware suffered a stroke from a ruptured aneurysm that changed his life forever. Although he was fortunate to survive (50% of people with ruptured aneurysms do not survive the ambulance ride), the injury rendered him unable to use the right side of his body and severely …

TWO JOURNAL MEDIA journalists won the Award for Excellence in Journalism at the Irish Red Cross Humanitarian Awards 2021. Remarkable investigative journalist Maria Delaney and The newspaper senior journalist Michelle Hennessy won the award for her long series DIFFICULT START. The prestigious award recognizes outstanding contributions to humanitarian storytelling and celebrates writing that inspires change …