Monthly Archives: March 2016

Civilians remain at risk in South Sudan, despite peace agreements, Security Council told

31 March 2016 – Senior United Nations officials today cautioned that the humanitarian and human rights situation in South Sudan remains dire, and asked the Security Council to call on the parties to the conflict …

Denmark & WFP Confirm Strong Partnership In Responding To Humanitarian Crises And Reaching Zero Hunger

ROME – A high-level delegation from Denmark’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, led by Martin Bille Hermann, State Secretary for Development Policy, today visited the headquarters of the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) to discuss

More Irish hospitals needed second inspection for poor hygiene last year, report finds

One in five hospitals inspected in 2015 required a follow-up inspection for poor hygiene and maintenance, compared to one in 10 hospitals in 2014, according to a HIQA report.

Thirty-nine unannounced inspections were carried …

Dublin man stabbed to death in Sydney restaurant

The daughter of a Dublin man stabbed to death in a Sydney restaurant has said she loves him “more than anything” and “will always be (his) girl”.

Keith Collins was having dinner with his girlfriend …

Photos: Apprenticeship Expo 2016 showcases a wide range of…

Hundreds of young people flocked to the Exeter College Technology Centre to learn about apprenticeship opportunities with a host of local employers.

The city’s second annual Apprenticeship Expo was one of the biggest events taking