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[Ireland] University of Limerick president to introduce 'no smoking zones'

THE University of Limerick is moving towards having a ‘No-Smoking’ campus, its president Dr Des Fitzgerald has announced. Dr Fitzgerald said there will be designated smoke-free areas all around the campus in the coming months, with some being introduced
Limerick Leader (ie)
added Aug 28, 2017 22:27
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[Ireland] University Of Limerick Working Towards A Smoke-Free Campus.

The college has already removed tobacco products from all over the site, including from shops and cigarette vending machines. A spokesperson has also confirmed there will be designated non-smoking areas throughout the university, the locations of which
KFM Kildare (ie)
added Aug 28, 2017 22:26

[Ireland] LETTER: Young people and e-cigarettes

Vaping is not a gateway to smoking, and there is no evidence to suggest that it is....the Irish Vape Vendors Association do not sell vape products to young people, but as a responsible trade association for the independent industry in Ireland, we do feel
Irish Times (ie)
added Aug 22, 2017 02:32

[Ireland] LOGUE: I miss my smoking habit. I know it's crazy but I do

Clearly I’m a recovering addict. I know I am, and it is this addiction that makes me feel this way. And if I found any of my kids fooling around with cigarettes I’d kill them stone dead for it. If any of you are reading this: dead. On the spot, lads. Pow
Irish Times (ie)
added Aug 16, 2017 15:27

[Ireland] TAXMAN'S HITLIST New taxes could be slapped on e-cigarettes, gambling and the VAT rate for tourism in next Budget

One way to raise money would be to extend the tax on tobacco to e-cigarettes. Around €8.62 of an €11 pack of normal cigarettes is collected as tax. The briefing doc points out that smoking is in decline and so tax income is expected to fall. In 2016 Re
Irish Sun (ie)
added Aug 7, 2017 18:01

[Ireland] Mothers-to-be need more help to quit smoking

Efforts in Irish maternity hospitals to persuade pregnant women to stop smoking have been described as inadequate. The finding is the result of an audit of smoking cessation services at the country’s 19 maternity units by a team of medical researchers. T
Times Of London (uk)
added Aug 3, 2017 14:05
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[Ireland] A National Audit of Smoking Cessation Services in Irish Maternity Units.

Although smoking is an important modifiable risk factor for adverse pregnancy outcomes, smoking cessation services are inadequate in the Irish maternity services and there are variations in practices between hospitals.
Irish Medical Journal (ie)
added Aug 3, 2017 14:04

[Ireland] ‘Inadequate’ aid to help expectant mums quit smoking

Services in maternity hospitals to persuade women to stop smoking during their pregnancy have been described as “inadequate”. An audit of smoking cessation services at the country’s 19 maternity units by medical researchers found wide variations in pra
Irish Examiner (ie)
added Aug 1, 2017 18:33

[Ireland] Nearly €275m of illegal cigarettes and tobacco seized by Revenue since 2012

More than a quarter of a billion euro worth of illegal cigarettes and tobacco has been seized by Revenue in the past five years, it has been revealed. Figures obtained under the Freedom of Information Act show €274,360,000 worth of the contraband produc
Irish Daily Mirror (ie)
added Jul 11, 2017 08:12

[Ireland] Alcohol and tobacco smuggling is now 'costing retail workers their jobs'

THE scale of alcohol and tobacco smuggling has cost Ireland €2.4bn over the past seven years and is now costing retail jobs. The warning came as a special campaign was launched by Retailers Against Smuggling (RAS) in a bid to underline to holidaymakers a
Irish Independent (ie)
added Jul 4, 2017 03:44
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