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Ocado to trial one-hour delivery service in London The online grocer will offer up to 10,000 products for immediate delivery. Ocado is trialling delivery in under an hour (Ocado/PA) Ocado will launch the first trial of its one-hour delivery service next month, as it squares up to retail giant Amazon. The service, dubbed Ocado Zoom, will carry fewer than 10,000 products available for...
Teen girls most at risk online as more than half of us report seeing fake news - Microsoft index (stock photo) Ireland has been placed 11th in a ranking of 22 countries measuring risks and behaviour of online interactions. Microsoft's Digital Civility Index (DCI), which placed the UK and the US first and second respectively, has been released to mark Safer Internet...
Most major trauma incidents caused by low falls, report finds One in two major trauma patients sustain injury in their own home, many of them through falling. A report has found that the majority of major trauma in Ireland is caused by a fall of less than two metres (Niall Carson/PA) The majority of major trauma incidents in Ireland are caused by...
Missing teen (16) found safe and well A missing 16-year-old girl has been found safe and well. Gardaí have thanked the public for their assistance. } }); #bb-iawr-inarticle- { clear: both; margin: 0 0 15px; } Online Editors
'Please take a look at these pictures - this is what your dog can do' - devastated farmer asks dog owners Warning: Graphic images - One of the sheep was dragged the whole way down a hill, it took more than one dog to do that Stock picture Cavan sheep farmer Daphne Scott is asking dog owners to look at the pictures...
Thinking of doing the Green Cert? Here's some options Stock Image Agricultural courses have always been a big part of education in counties Galway and Clare with courses available in Teagasc Centres and in Mountbellew Agricultural College. Courses are still in demand and intake has been steady over the last number of years in both counties. On completion of the Green cert...
Jobless rate holds as Brexit cloud looms   (Stock image) Last month's unemployment rate remained unchanged from December at 5.3pc, according to figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO). The figure is down from 6pc in January 2017. Overall, there were 127,300 people unemployed last month, down from 127,900 when compared to the December 2018 figure, and a decrease of 13,400 when compared to...
Pay, conditions and patient safety 'gone downhill' - nurses   Phil Ní Sheaghdha, INMO general secretary, at the St James’s Hospital picket line. Photo: Kyran O'Brien Nurses on picket lines said that pay and conditions have "gone downhill" and they would continue to strike until this situation was reversed. University Hospital Limerick was the most overcrowded hospital in the country with 59 patients...
Russia ramps up missile plans after collapse of US nuclear arms treaty Weapons programme: Russian President Vladimir Putin. Photo: AP Russia has said it will develop a new hypersonic missile and a land-based version of an existing cruise missile by 2021 following the demise of a key nuclear arms control treaty with the US. Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu yesterday issued a deadline...
Government begins discussions with EU over possible state aid in event of hard Brexit Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe. Picture: Frank McGrath DUBLIN has started preliminary discussions with Brussels over possible state aid in the event of a hard Brexit, Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe said, even as he said there would be no discussion with the UK over the backstop. Speaking to the...

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