Wednesday, 25th July 2012
The first Donal O' Connor Memorial Cycle was launched by Mayor Cllr Jim D'Arcy and will be held on Saturday 8th September to help create awareness of World Suicide Prevention Day and to raise much-needed funds for Waterford Marine Search & Rescue. The 10k family friendly cycle will take place at 11.30 am (registration 10.30am) from the Kingfisher Club to Tramore GAA with entertainment and refreshments afterwards at Tramore GAA Club. Participation costs €10 per adult, €5 per child or €20 per family. The beneficiary of the Donal O'Connor Memorial Cycle, Waterford Marine Search and Rescue, is a voluntary group who patrol the waterways of Waterford City, saving lives and preventing suicides. The ongoing selfless work of the volunteers helps to allow people to return home safely to their families – people who might otherwise have been lost, leaving heartbroken families behind them.
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Once in a blue moon. As rare as hen's teeth. A Government success. Each of those three sentences are as unusual and as rare as each other. But the last one seems to be about to take place. The Government has announced that it plans to give each child in the State a second year of free pre-school. It might not sound like earth shattering news but if it does happen then it could be one of the most significant things that this Government has done since it took office. Any money that is given over to education is a …
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