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60% of Wicklow teens know someone who has been cyberbullied

60% of Wicklow teens know someone who has been cyberbullied

Over the last two months Wicklow Comhairle na nÓg have been conducting consultations with young people on the topic of cyber bullying. The aim was to explore and unpack the issue and to delve deeper into what is happening with young people right now. Both surveys and...
Marking the History of Newcastle

Marking the History of Newcastle

Newcastle village held two very successful events during Heritage Week. The first, held in the Holy Spirit Oratory, comprised of  an excellent slide presentation of old photographs taken in the area over the last century.The slide was presented by Brian Harris and...
Wicklow Port transferred to Wicklow County Council

Wicklow Port transferred to Wicklow County Council

Fine Gael TD for Wicklow and Minister for Agriculture, Food, Forestry and Horticulture, Andrew Doyle, has welcomed the transfer of Wicklow Port to Wicklow County Council. “This transfer marks an important milestone for Wicklow Port and a new era for its growth...
1 in 5 Irish Children have Asthma

1 in 5 Irish Children have Asthma

One in five children in Ireland suffer from asthma and have more to manage than most when going back to school this September.  While the school year can be a concern for families with children dealing with asthma, a plan in place goes a long way to avoiding undue...
The importance of tourism to Ireland

The importance of tourism to Ireland

The Irish Tourist Industry Confederation (ITIC) has welcomed the creation of 3,400 extra tourism jobs, but has warned that the sector faces external threats. The sector currently accounts for 1 in 9 jobs nationally. Recent tourism jobs include the opening of two...
Mansion House Talk on Cancer Trials in Ireland

Mansion House Talk on Cancer Trials in Ireland

  Cancer Trials Ireland recently hosted a public talk in the  Mansion House on the subject of participants of clinical trials. The Irish Cancer Society were in attendance along with the Greystones Cancer Society. Ahead of the event Head of Research at the Irish...

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