Archive for the category: ‘News’

17. 12. 2018

11 Schools in Dublin Bay North will Undergo Major Improvement Works Next Summer

11 local schools will undergo major improvement works over the summer months thanks to Government funding through the Summer Works Scheme. Today’s announcement confirms the Government’s continuing prioritisation of capital […]

31. 10. 2018

Great News on New Howth/Donaghmede Educate Together Secondary School

I have welcomed the news that a new Educate Together Secondary School for the Howth/Donaghmede area has been given the go ahead this morning by the Department of Education. This […]

29. 3. 2018

Chronic Chef Shortage is negatively Impacting The Restaurant Industry And Consumer Experience 

The current shortage of qualified chefs in Ireland is reaching chronic proportions and is not only negatively affecting countless Irish businesses- but also the consumer experience of many diners.   […]

19. 10. 2017

I Have Called for the Introduction of Nutri-Scoring in Ireland

Each product is given points, positive and negative, relative to the levels of sugars, proteins, fat, fibre etc in the food. The sum of these elements then determines what Nutri-Score […]

5. 9. 2017

DAILY PE CLASSES SHOULD BE MADE MANDATORY IN ALL SCHOOLS

I am calling for the mandatory introduction of daily PE classes in all schools across the country. We all know the positive effects of exercise, regular physical activity helps children […]

20. 7. 2017

Going Dutch!

The British-Irish Parliamentary Report on Childhood Obesity is a welcome piece of research and it should be used by the Government to direct policies and actions to prevent the increase […]

6. 7. 2017

New study shows direct link between obesity during pregnancy and birth defects

I have  highlighted a major study which has found that women who are obese when they conceive are more likely to give birth to a baby with serious birth defects. […]

29. 6. 2017

Social media networks must take more responsibility for their users following worrying new report

A recent survey by the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) in the UK, has revealed that four of the five most popular forms of social media are harming young […]

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