You’re almost certainly safer in these countries than you are at home.
This weekend, Met Éireann issued a status orange wind warning as Storm Dennis swept across the country.
A national survey of CBD products by the Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) has found that consumers are being put at risk and, in some cases, misled.
Scramblers, quad bikes, and joyriders have wreaked havoc in some areas, but gardaí say they are powerless to stop them, writes security correspondent Cormac O’Keeffe.
Transport Minister Shane Ross has warned retailers that e-scooters are illegal on public roads and that they need to tell customers that they should not be used in such spaces.
A young family had a narrow escape when their car went up in flames on the M3 motorway last weekend.
Both the Government and Cork County Council have refused to say why they did not publish warnings they received about the safety of Haulbowline Island over two years ago.
Drones should be properly integrated into traditional aviation's mapping systems to avoid potentially deadly collisions, a standards expert said.
The chief executive of Norwegian Air has met with Boeing executives to discuss the 737 Max crisis that has grounded a tenth of its fleet.
The union representing Bus Éireann drivers fears one of them could be killed amid a spate of serious assaults in Dublin.
The Government cannot give any commitment on when a new online safety commissioner will be appointed.
A deer cull is urgently needed to protect motorists following an explosion in the wild population in parts of North Cork.
The Road Safety Authority are running a 'Check it Fits' installation service across the country.
The dangers of modifying hurling helmets have been highlighted in the case of a club hurler who required surgery after his hand got caught on a metal spike protruding from another player’s headgear.
All flights have resumed at London's Heathrow Airport after an earlier disruption following a reported drone sighting.
Official circles have adopted a head-in-the sand approach to fire safety defects, hoping homeowners will just go away, and praying no tragedy occurs, writes Michael Clifford.
Referee Daniel Sweeney who sustained broken jaw and a fractured eye socket when a row broke out toward the end of a match in the Midlands last week has called for referee safety during matches.
More steps need to be taken to ensure the tax-payer is not left footing the bill for badly built schools, according to Fianna Fáil.
It's true what they say about dog being a man's best friend and even more true that our pets are our family and we would do anything to keep them safe.
The independent company examining the safety of 42 schools built by Western Building Systems was itself involved in the construction of some elements of the facilities.
The construction company that built dozens of schools which are being examined over concerns for structural safety has said the Department of Education signed off on the projects.
The Government is facing an immediate multimillion-euro bill to fix life-threatening safety problems at up to 42 Celtic Tiger-era schools because any lawsuits against the firm responsible could drag on for years.
42 schools which are to undergo emergency structural examinations amid fears over safety have been named.
The first step in conducting online propaganda efforts and misinformation campaigns is almost always a fake social media profile, writes Arun Vishwanath.
Those jetting off on holiday may want to reconsider posting snaps on social media – otherwise, they could become a burglary target, writes Helen O’Callaghan
Farms remain Ireland’s most dangerous workplaces with 24 deaths last year — almost double that of any other sector.
The husband of the American woman who lost her life while cycling in the Gap of Dunloe in Co Kerry last year said the road signage he called for after her death has still not been erected.
A mid-year road safety review will be published by the government today, just days after the Road Traffic Bill was passed by the Dáil.
Primary schools are being urged to remind children about farm safety before they break for the summer.
CEO of the Road Safety Authority has expressed concern in the number of deaths on Irish roads since the beginning of the month.
One in five Irish homeowners buy or rescue a dog to make their homes more secure.
Laws that force cyclists to wear high-visibility clothes do nothing to reduce the number of road accidents involving people on bikes, a study has found.
An emergency call system is to be fitted on all new cars from tomorrow.
Computers and mobile phones are not the only devices likely to be targeted by cyber-criminals, with webcams, televisions and even fridges at risk, Interpol has warned.
A recent study has found that almost one in 12 motorists in Ireland have used their phone while driving at flowing speed on an open road on at least an ‘occasional’ basis.
Pubs and nightclubs in Cork city have embraced an initiative to help people who feel at risk or vulnerable while out socialising.
The number of health and safety inspections on farms has fallen by more than a third in just two years despite a worrying rise in farm deaths.
An estimated 3m medication errors are made in Irish hospitals per year, one mistake per hospital patient per day, according to the health watchdog.
A senior fireman has warned that electrical appliances should not be left on when the homeowners are out.
Rescue workers searching for a missing fisherman in Galway Bay have found a body.
More than two-thirds of primary school teachers do not feel equipped to teach online safety to their students, according to research by CyberSafeIreland.
The number of cyclist killed on the roads in Ireland is at its highest in a decade.
The iKydz device protects children from inappropriate content and regulates the amount of time spent online.
The warning follows the seizure of 700 items that customs destroyed after finding they didn't have the required safety marks.
The Government has launched a second investigation into serious fire safety concerns in Celtic Tiger-era schools amid growing fears that the scale of the crisis has been deliberately “suppressed”.
The case for a widespread audit of Celtic Tiger-era buildings has never been as strong, writes Michael Clifford.
A series of fire safety tests designed to probe cladding systems on high-rise towers have concluded, finding 228 buildings at risk across the UK, the Government said.
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