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[Ireland] Fire inside Mayo General Hospital may have been caused by someone smoking

Two units of fire service from Castlebar attended after being called to the fire at 8.40pm. The blaze had started in a one-bed ward in the hospital and it is understood the room was suffered extensive damage. The general area around the room also suffered
The Journal.ie (ie)
added Jun 29, 2015 13:57
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[Ireland] Smokers’ group criticises new ban as ‘excessive’

A smokers’ group has criticised a new ban on smoking in Waterford’s public parks, describing the measure as “excessive and unnecessary”. The Irish branch of Freedom Organisation for the Right to Enjoy Smoking Tobacco (Forest) was responding to the int
Irish Times (ie)
added Jun 25, 2015 20:55
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[Ireland] Smoking and cursing banned from public parks

Parents will no longer be allowed to smoke or curse as they watch their children play in parks or playgrounds in Waterford. According to the Parks, Playgrounds and Open Spaces By-Laws 2015, brought in by Waterford City and County Council it is now prohi
Sunday World (ie)
added Jun 20, 2015 21:48
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[Ireland] Two thirds of black market cigs sold in Dublin are 'illicit whites'

In the tests, carried out in May, two out of every three packets bought were so-called 'illicit whites', brands that only exist to be smuggled, usually into the UK and Ireland. As well as that, many never before seen names appeared for the first time, w
Sunday World (ie)
added Jun 12, 2015 10:15
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[Ireland] Heard of ‘Black Mount’ and ‘Jim’s’ cigarettes? They’re available on the Irish black market…

In the test purchase exercise, carried out on behalf of tobacco manufacturer Philip Morris International, it was found that these brands, known as ‘illicit whites’, made up the bulk of black market trading. The company carries outs research in the area of
The Journal.ie (ie)
added Jun 12, 2015 10:14
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[Ireland] Man claims he fell three storeys from hotel window while smoking, court told

He told the court he opened the right side of the third floor window and was smoking and "trying to blow smoke so no alarm would go off". "I was leaning towards the window trying to flick cigarette ash  away from our window  when I lost my balance. Al
Irish Independent (ie)
added Jun 9, 2015 07:59
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[Australia, Ireland] LETTERS: Tobacco products and public policy

If Mr Noonan were to reduce tobacco taxation at the next budget he would also reduce the smuggling problem / Tasmania seems to have led the way with the recent second-stage reading in their parliament of the Tobacco-free Generation Bill introduced by Ind
Irish Times (ie)
added Jun 9, 2015 01:25
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[Ireland] Disadvantaged women more likely to smoke

Women living in poorer communities are more than four-and-a-half times as likely to smoke than those in more affluent communities, according to the latest figures from the HSE. The Irish Cancer Society revealed the figures as it launched the 'We Can Qui
RTÉ Online [Radio Telefís Éireann] (ie)
added Jun 3, 2015 22:04
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[Europe, Ireland] Irish smoking rates falling fastest in EU, says survey

Ireland now has the fourth lowest rate of smoking in the EU, according to the data released by the European Commission in advance of World No Tobacco Day on Sunday. While tobacco use is declining across Europe, it has fallen four times faster than averag
Irish Times (ie)
added Jun 1, 2015 07:51
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[Ireland] O'Herlihy ran hugely successful PR firm which acted for tobacco industry

O'Herlihy Communications has been in business since 1973 as a PR and lobbying firm. Among its clients was the Irish Tobacco Manufacturers' Advisory Committee (ITMAC). ... "As a sports presenter, I have had no complaints about my association with tobacco.
Irish Independent (ie)
added May 26, 2015 08:15
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