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We need to look after our staff and volunteers during these worrying times when they are trying their best to keep our environment safe children & teens supported and looking after their own mental health.They are all taking part in Yoga & mindfulness here for the next 6 weeks
Thank you to An Taoiseach @MichealMartinTD for his time this morning on our @CorkChamber call. In particular, I’d like to acknowledge his words about the hospitality industry and the various measures he has taken to try and protect jobs and livelihoods to date. @TrigonHotels https://t.co/UVvgQCW5jF
https://t.co/ffEl417CMD This time of year is usually Masquerade Ball Season! Unfortunately this year, we have had to cancel all of our fundraising events due to covid. We fundraise all year to try to sustain the demands on us.@echolivecork @deshocks @TrevorWelch_1 @JP_Cork https://t.co/iJOP62uj7D
Sterling work being done by the crews emptying gullies on Sth Terrace & South Mall & removing sand bags and gel bags after the flood receded. A suction tanker hoovers up water on Oliver Plunkett St Council crews pumped water from 2 homes on Probys Quay. #corkfloods https://t.co/UMYsVNayCS
As the clean-up operation continues following this morning’s floods in Cork, Govt has agreed that the necessary supports will be made available through the existing humanitarian & business schemes https://t.co/MtIrH5RAto
Young people’s lives have been turned upside down during the Covid-19 pandemic. We asked some of them to share their experiences with us as they learn to cope with "the new normal". (Tap for best view on mobile) https://t.co/6fdUTDJHfu
It is so important that young people's voices are heard on how #Covid19 has impacted their lives. It is great to see some familiar faces in this video too who have supported our work and campaigns over the past year! https://t.co/Zyopd2LRKU
This is how bad our country is for Services. This little person will have to wait 3years to be seen by E.I.T . Its a disgrace what you are doing to our children. Meanwhile the family will stress & struggle fiancially to get what is best. Shame on YOU @DonnellyStephen https://t.co/CkYHWzTzTR
As the country moves to Level 5 from midnight on Wednesday, I confirm that disability day services are deemed essential and will continue to remain open. I know how important these services are to people across the country and such support is crucial.
We as a people, are much stronger than we realise. We are more resilient than we can imagine. These are the toughest of times, but the Irish people will persevere, and we will come through this, together. Ar Scáth a chéile a mhaireann na daoine #COVID19 https://t.co/WF1jHfKqX8
#Budget2021 is the largest and most ambitious in the history of The State, intended to protect lives and livelihoods. But also, as Minister @MMcGrathTD says, give hope for the future. https://t.co/soO2y247id
These are difficult & uncertain times for our country. There are no easy answers. There are risks with any path we choose. We all have to work together & mind one another. Gov will do all it can to protect lives & livelihoods, & to give hope for the future. https://t.co/eOYPpIOrn3
So it begins again the panic in people on Sunday night .We won’t have a nerve left by the time this is any way over. Peoples Mental Health is differing massively. It’s going to take lots of strength , support and help to get families through this! #MentalHealthAwarenessDay
Delighted you and the girls enjoyed Nicola. Best wishes to the special bride on her big day 🤞 https://t.co/O1Dq8sBk4A