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[Ireland] Laois fire service appeal to smokers after roadside fire

Laois fire crews attended a number of roadside grass fires over the last couple of days as the heatwave sizzled in Ireland. Crews attended a grass fire at the side of the M7 motorway at J21 Borris-in-Ossory last Friday.
Leinster Express (ie)
added Jul 6, 2018 02:35
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[Ireland] Offer e-cigarettes to help smokers quit, says senator

Catherine Noone, a Fine Gael senator, said England and Scotland have policies that recommend e-cigarettes but there was a “lacuna” in Ireland. She said: “I’m known for having nanny state policies on alcohol, sugar and things like that, so I’m not in favo
Times Of London (uk)
added Jun 22, 2018 16:11
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[Ireland] Minister calls on smokers to kick their littering habit

According to the 2017 National Litter Pollution Report, cigarette-related litter - mainly butts - was responsible for more than 56pc of rubbish discarded on the country's streets. Packaging items like cardboard, paper, bottles and caps, glass and cans c
Irish Independent (ie)
added Jun 20, 2018 13:34
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[Ireland] Smokers held responsible for most littering

A fifth of Irish people are smokers but their litter is responsible for more than half of that found on the country’s streets. Cigarette butts accounted for 52.5 per cent of the rubbish left on streets last year, but when boxes, wrappers, matches, match
Times Of London (uk)
added Jun 20, 2018 13:09
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[Ireland] Revenue ‘wants Drinagh man’s head on a platter’

John Daly, The Paddock, Drinagh, was convicted at a court sitting last October of selling cigarettes and tobacco, without paying duty on them. A SOLICITOR has asked why the Revenue Commissioners appear to ‘want his client’s head on a platter’.
The Southern Star (ie)
added Jun 13, 2018 06:15
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[Ireland] Stand-off between judge and Revenue drags out John Daly tobacco case

John Daly, brother of the junior health minister Jim Daly, has admitted having illegal tobacco for sale in his shop without having paid the necessary duty. The case has been before the judge Mary Dorgan on at least three occasions since October, but she
Times Of London (uk)
added Jun 12, 2018 02:00
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[Ireland] Ten men sent for trial over illegal cigarette factory in Louth

Ten men charged following the discovery of a multi-million euro illegal cigarette factory in Co. Louth have been sent forward for trial to Dundalk Circuit Court. The group of Bulgarian and Lithuanian nationals had been charged earlier contrary to the Fi
Irish Examiner (ie)
added Jun 12, 2018 02:07
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[Ireland] New signage on city playgrounds declares ‘smoke free zones’

Galway City Council has launched new ‘smoke-free zone’ signage for the city’s 30 playgrounds. The colourful signs aim to grab the attention of parents and children promoting an important health message that playgrounds are smoke-free environments. The
Connacht Tribune (ie)
added May 22, 2018 15:40
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Dramatic drop in smoking among teenagers in Ireland

The research used data from two surveys, conducted in 1995 and 2005, to track smoking habits. In 1995 the number of young people who smoked was 41 per cent but this figure dropped to 13 per cent by 2015, according to the report published in the BMJ Open
Times Of London (uk)
added May 3, 2018 19:49
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[Ireland] Number of Irish teenagers smoking has dropped dramatically since 1995 - study finds

The number of teenagers aged between 15 and 16 years old has dramatically dropped since 1995, a new study revealed on Wednesday. It said 41% of teens in that age bracket would fond of a fag over 20 years ago, compared to just 13% in 2015. Nine out of 2
Irish Daily Mirror (ie)
added May 3, 2018 19:33
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