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How has the Covid-19 pandemic changed cycling in Dublin City? – Weekly News & Analysis

Since the start of the Coronavirus pandemic, people have looked for alternative methods of travelling to avoid busy public transport. Eibhin Kavanagh investigates how the pandemic is affecting cycling in the city. Is cycling in Dublin City safe? Photo by Eibhin Kavanagh With our movements once again restricted, people in Ireland are limited to travelling within 5km of their homes. Walking and cycling have become a more popular means of exercising as a result of gyms closing and sporting events being cancelled. In the last ten years, Dublin has seen an increase in the number of people cycling. A number
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#Networker2018 #MikeArmstrong chatting with John Donnelly from Your Holistic Academy on his Podcast #YourHolisticAcademy

Listen to the most recent episode of my podcast: #Networker2018 #MikeArmstrong having a follow up chat with John Donnelly from Your Holistic Academy😎 https://anchor.fm/mike-armstrong9/episodes/Networker2018-MikeArmstrong-having-a-follow-up-chat-with-John-Donnelly-from-Your-Holistic-Academy-ef94c5
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Kivapour in Ireland now offering home deliveries…

Established in 2014, Drogheda, Co. Louth, Ireland. Our goal at Kivapour is to personalise each and every consumers experience with us to find the best suitable devices and flavours for the unique touch of our customers. We deliver the best experience on a personal level, not only for our loyal customers, but also first timers. We are a dedicated team who drive to expand our experience and knowledge on the vaping industry and are here to help with any questions you may have, whether you are a beginner or an advanced user. We have tried and tested all our products
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#IrishBiz – Irish Economic News…

Coronavirus in Ireland: €6bn deficit — but it could have been much worse https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/coronavirus-in-ireland-6bn-deficit-but-it-could-have-been-much-worse-b6wdcgcnv
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Free Webinar for Life Improvement from Your Holistic Academy…

Join Our Life Improvement Course                                Meet Your Speakers  Wellness and Floatation expert Vivian McKinnon set up Hydro-ease, Northern Irelands only dedicated floatation centre, in September 2015. She established the business in response to her own traumatic experiences after a chance introduction to floatation in her native Scotland and a passion for helping people move away from pain and towards a life of fulfilment. The idea to open a healing centre came about during her first float in Edinburgh in 2004 where Vivian knew instantly this
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Like Entrepreneur Podcasts? – Check out the amazing “Fire in the Belly” Podcast run by Pete Lonton…

Fire in The Belly – An Entrepreneur Podcast Brought to you by Fire in The Belly “Do you have a ‘Fire in the Belly’?” What does ‘Fire In the Belly’ mean to you? What is your passion? What is your drive and purpose and where does that come from? Are you being your true self and lighting up the mightiest version of you? These are the some of the questions we seek to answer in this podcast. It is a great privilege to hear from some truly amazing people who are extremely successful in their lives whether it be money, business,
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Another Coronavirus Poem – The Upside of Coronavirus!

After weeks in total Lockdown, we’ve had plenty of time to reflect… On all our real values, and what we can affect. Lots of things in life are outside of our control! But staying connected with loved ones, has to be our goal. When the going gets tough, the tough get going, we need to thank our front line staff, by ways that keep on showing. We can get through any crisis when we stand strong together, It not just now that we’ve proved that, it’s been like that forever! So use this time to reconnect with all the people
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Eamonn Holmes sparks outrage as he fuels 5G coronavirus conspiracy on This Morning: ‘Do some research!’

Eamonn Holmes sparks outrage as he fuels 5G coronavirus conspiracy (Picture: ITV)Eamonn Holmes has sparked outrage on This Morning after appearing to… Eamonn Holmes sparks outrage as he fuels 5G coronavirus conspiracy on This Morning: ‘Do some research!’
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Supermarket opening hours on Easter Monday for Tesco, Asda, Morrisons, Sainsbury’s, Aldi, Lidl and Co-op

With most stores closed yesterday, some people may need to retire today to pick up some more essential items, so we’ve rounded up the supermarket’s … Supermarket opening hours on Easter Monday for Tesco, Asda, Morrisons, Sainsbury’s, Aldi, Lidl and Co-op
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Conor McGregor continues to train in self-isolation amid coronavirus as UFC star teaches fans pull up techniques

CONOR McGREGOR gave fans some pull up tips as he continues to train in self-isolation amid the coronavirus pandemic. The former two-weight UFC … Conor McGregor continues to train in self-isolation amid coronavirus as UFC star teaches fans pull up techniques
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Recruitment drive for NHS volunteers stopped now as levels reach 750,000…

The NHS drove for volunteers have reached their target just two days after it was extended, the Royal Voluntary Service announced today. The recruitment drive has been such an overwhelming success that it has now been temporarily paused to allow the charity to process the torrent of applicants and work with the NHS to get the volunteer army up and running. Those who registered will be helping the health service perform ‘vital roles’ that will allow people to comply with strict government advice on self isolation and social distancing. Community response volunteers will collect and deliver shopping, medication or ‘other
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Positive Coronavirus News roundup… #PositiveCoronavirusNews

Battersea Dogs and Cats Home reportedly rehomed more than double their usual amount of cats and dogs last week. Pet shops were also cleared as people looked for a companion for the lockdown. British scientists have developed a new ventilator for the NHS in just a week – they hope the simple design will make it easy for manufacturers to produce en masse. Families in America, Canada and some parts of Britain, have been decking their houses like it’s Christmas with fairy lights, decorations and inflatables. Millions of the world’s poorest people will receive over 20 million hygiene and cleaning
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