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FDYS on Social Media

RT @GaisceAward: Great opportunity for 15-25 year olds to explore career
options in the green economy! #Gaisce #YourWayYourAward #GreenWo…
RT @nycinews: Do you wonder about the best ways to respond to hateful language and behaviour? This course can help: https://t.co/UddyzgtWwz
RT @OCO_ireland: 🚨Tickets on Sale Now🚨#YourOCO launches Beyond Limits a summit for young people with disabilities. We have an extraordinary…
RT @ComhairleNaNog1: Inspirational teacher Mark Russell designed a programme for his 6th class group to help them cope with stress & anxiet…
RT @powerian: Very cool to see #VoteAt16 on the Junior Cert CSPE exam today! https://t.co/5ABrR1q2tE
Photos from FDYS County Wexford's post https://t.co/8DYnnoZCYi
Photos from FDYS County Wexford's post https://t.co/1ljZe1ERls
Photos from FDYS County Wexford's post https://t.co/XJ1ZeiWNln
Photos from FDYS County Wexford's post https://t.co/mKZn3GewIP
Photos from FDYS County Wexford's post https://t.co/R0QkKVwk8B
RT @YSInow: The @OffGridYSI team of St Fintain’s High School want to take their school off the grid - follow them to keep up to date with t…
RT @nycinews: *Applications close today!* Hiring: Youth Arts Development Officer - Exciting opportunity to work in our National Youth Arts…
Interesting stuff regarding social media survey
Half of children in third class on social media https://t.co/TEVCpXn7o7
Ok win didn’t win but congrats to Linc from cork and thanks for the nomination from the group https://t.co/iH6LNDMmm8
Nominated for a Gala tonight wish us luck#galas2017 https://t.co/EQ9U7JRLeP
'I'm Not a Punchline, I’m a Human Being': Monica Lewinsky Reflects on Clinton Scandal as She Debuts Ant… https://t.co/1AdMYxQe4A via @people
In response to the imminent Storm FDYS is advising that all service will be closed tomorrow Monday 16th

Kieran Donohoe,
RT @Leargas: Our VET mobility charter holders will be working hard today! #ErasmusPlus impact workshop on the way! @EUErasmusPlus https://t…
RT @ywirl: "Equality involves recognising that some people do need to be treated differently" Fionnuola shares her #storiesofequality #equa…
RT @officialiymas: IYMAs recipient act 2017 Liquid Space from @ywigalway hitting into a powerful pre-record in @RTE2fm it's sounding great…
RT @nycinews: Very disappointing that there is no change to lower rates of jobseekers allowance for young people aged 18-25 years #budget18
RT @GaisceAward: We have a Gaisce Challenge Area game here at #zeminar 🙌😃
Pop down to have a go! https://t.co/gx5czKFYJb
RT @GaisceAward: Excited to be at day 2 of #zeminar 🙌
Why not to get your photo taken in our photo frame 📸 https://t.co/z84fzkwcZx
RT @BeLonG_To: Dublin teachers, don't miss our free LGBT school training Oct 11 in Blackrock Education Centre http ://bit.ly/2xUHX6r #edcha…
RT @YouthSDGs: Happy #InternationalPeaceDay! Engaging youth in conflict prevention and resolution is key to ensuring sustainable peace #you…
RT @ywirl: Social Media & Youth Engagement Guidelines now available to download @ https://t.co/eHmhZqUiFi @KZapponeTD @CYSLtd @ywirl #mcafe…

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News from around Ireland

Irish Eurovision singer Sandie Jones dies, aged 68 The Irish singer Sandie Jones, who represented Ireland at the Eurovision Song Contest in 1972 with her song Ceol an Ghrá, has died at the age of 68, her family has confirmed.
Overcrowding an issue as more people sent to prison The Prison Service says more people are being sent to prison and overcrowding has once again become an issue in Irish prisons.
Stripe now valued at $35bn after $250m fundraising The online payments firm Stripe, founded by Irish brothers Patrick and John Collison, is raising a further $250 million in new funding.
68 complaints made to Irish Greyhound Board phone line The Chairman of the Irish Greyhound Board has said they received 68 complaints to a confidential phone line that was set up in July.
Climate Change Mitigation Plan ruled constitutional The High Court has ruled that the Government's 2017 National Climate Change Mitigation Plan did not violate constitutional rights of Irish citizens.
Hail Mary voted Ireland's favourite prayer at Ploughing The Hail Mary has been voted Ireland's favourite prayer at the National Ploughing Championships in Co Carlow.
RTÉ to broadcast acclaimed Loughinisland Massacre documentary RTÉ One has announced that it will broadcast Oscar-winning director Alex Gibney's No Stone Unturned, a feature-length documentary on the 1994 Loughlinisland Massacre.
UK court to issue parliament ruling 'early next week' Former British prime minister John Major believes Boris Johnson's prorogation decision was motivated by his "political interest" in closing down parliament ahead of the UK's exit from the EU.
UK rejects 'artificial' deadline on Brexit proposals The British government has said Prime Minister Boris Johnson will not be bound by an "artificial deadline" to produce formal written proposals to resolve the Brexit deadlock.
Varadkar 'horrified' by Lunney attack Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has condemned the "cowardly" and "brutal" attack on businessman Kevin Lunney and said he hopes arrests and convictions will follow.
Dublin petrol station shut after rat filmed in kitchen Applegreen has today closed one of its petrol stations after an online video showed a rat in a food preparation area.
Dublin Airport additions stalled over charge cut plans Some planned developments at Dublin Airport have been put on hold because of planned cuts to charges, according to the DAA.
HSE spent €11.2m in consultancy fees in 2018 for NCH The Health Service Executive spent €11.2 million on consultancy fees for the National Children's Hospital last year.
'I love you Mom' - US ad highlights school shootings An association formed by victims' relatives after the 2012 massacre at Sandy Hook school in the United States has posted a shocking ad featuring children fleeing at the sound of gunfire.
Ryanair AGM narrowly approves bonus plan for O'Leary Ryanair shareholders have narrowly approved a bonus scheme for Chief Executive Michael O'Leary that could earn him around €100m over five years.
Seán Quinn condemns 'barbaric' attack on Lunney Businessman Seán Quinn has said attacks being carried out on Quinn executives are not being carried out in his name and are damaging to his family.
New images emerge of Trudeau wearing blackface New images of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wearing blackface makeup have emerged, following his apology for wearing brownface makeup 18 years ago.
GPs warned on overprescribing anxiety, sleeping pills The Medical Council has warned doctors to reduce the overprescribing of anxiety and sleeping medicines, or they could face an investigation.
Varadkar set to meet Johnson as 'very wide' gaps remain Taoiseach Leo Varadkar is expected to meet Boris Johnson on the margins of a UN meeting in New York next week, saying "the gaps are still very wide and we have no time to lose" as the Brexit deadline approaches.
Can we plant 22 million trees a year? The government's ambitious plan to plant 440 million trees by 2040 to tackle emissions faces significant barriers

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