Panasonic TOUGHBOOK Appoints Michael Willett As UK Logistics and Manufacturing Lead

Panasonic TOUGHBOOK Appoints Michael Willett As UK Logistics and Manufacturing Lead

Aims to improve mobile workforce productivity across the supply chain with Panasonic TOUGHBOOK rugged solutions.BRACKNELL, UK. 15th April 2021 – Panasonic has appointed Michael Willett as its new key account manager in the UK & Ireland for retail, transportation & logistics (T&L) and manufacturing for its Mobile Solutions Business Division. Michael aims to bring the…

Mandatory quarantine: Ireland needs to have '' exception system ' – French ambassador

Mandatory quarantine: Ireland needs to have '' exception system ' – French ambassador

The French ambassador to Ireland, Vincent Guérend, has said there has to be exceptions to Ireland’s ‘harsh’ mandatory hotel quarantine system. He was speaking after the European Commission said it was seeking ‘clarifications’ from the Government over the system. A spokesperson said on Thursday there were concerns in relation to the general principles of European…

European Commission seeks clarity over Irish quarantine

European Commission seeks clarity over Irish quarantine

The European Commission has said the Government should use “less restrictive” quarantine measures for citizens arriving from five EU member states and that there should be clear exemptions for essential travel to Ireland. The commission said it had written to the Government today asking the Irish authorities to clarify the criteria used to determine which…

400 Covid-19 cases and seven deaths as Ireland surpasses 1m vaccine milestone

400 Covid-19 cases and seven deaths as Ireland surpasses 1m vaccine milestone

There have been seven further Covid-19 related deaths confirmed this evening by the National Public Health Emergency Team (Nphet).Of the deaths reported today two occurred in April, another two occurred in March, and three happened in February. The number of deaths related to coronavirus now stands at 4,737.Another 400 cases of the coronavirus were also…

FSA survey finds high confidence in food safety

FSA survey finds high confidence in food safety

More than nine in 10 people surveyed in three UK countries have confidence that the food they buy is safe to eat. Food and You 2 is a biannual survey which covers self-reported consumer knowledge, attitudes and behaviors related to food safety and other issues amongst adults in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Fieldwork for…

Irish nationals in UAE state hotel quarantine in Ireland has triggered huge upset for households

Irish nationals in UAE state hotel quarantine in Ireland has triggered huge upset for households

As part of Covid-19 measures in Ireland, hotel guests undergo testing on the first and tenth days of quarantine Irish citizens living in the UAE said Ireland’s mandatory hotel quarantine has caused anguish for residents who need to travel home on compassionate or emergency grounds. Many are calling on the government to make exceptions for…

Win versus Luxembourg needed to mint development of Kenny’s reign and get campaign back on track

Win versus Luxembourg needed to mint development of Kenny’s reign and get campaign back on track

MIR WËLLE BLEIWE wat mir sinn, you’ll doubtlessly already know, is the national motto of Luxembourg, translating as “We want to stay what we are.”  It’s a statement of Luxembourg’s independence from its imperial neighbours, while also usefully serving as a contrived segue into talking about Stephen Kenny’s Republic of Ireland, who are still seeking a nation’s…

What do we understand – and not understand – about the costs of an unified Ireland?

What do we understand – and not understand – about the costs of an unified Ireland?

As part of The Good Information Project we are posing the question this month ‘What could a shared island look like?’. Here, CJ McKinney examines what we know – and don’t know – about the economics and living standards of a different Ireland.  HOW WOULD A united Ireland do economically? At the moment, credible answers are pretty…

Hotel quarantine in impact by next weekend – McGrath

Hotel quarantine in impact by next weekend – McGrath

The contract for the mandatory hotel quarantine system is set to be awarded to the Tifco Hotel Group, RTÉ News understands. The group has 24 hotel properties with more than 2,550 rooms in total.  The hotels include the Crowne Plaza, and the Holiday Inn Express next to Dublin Airport, and Travelodge Hotels at both Dublin and Cork airports. The single…

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