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FDYS at Mansion House for Youth Work Ireland event yesterday, Happy Youth Week!
Wishing our Childcare Manager Joy a very Happy Birthday today 😊
Photos from FDYS County Wexford's post The children of the ECCE room in Junglebox Childcare Centre very excited to have received Catterpillars yesterday... they will get to follow the life cycle of the Catterpillars and Butterflies... we will keep you posted on their progress...
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Photos from FDYS County Wexford's post CYC young people taking part in a sexual health prog as part of youth week. Programme facilitated by our student Aaron, topics discussed in this weeks session were sex words (using the correct terminology) & STIs followed by a short ...
Young person from Slaney Project creates first scribble robot. #STEM
Young woman enjoy sexual Health quiz and petal design in celebrating Youth Week
Photos from FDYS County Wexford's post Celebrating Youth Week-
Topic -Sexual Health Awareness !
Coolcotts young people enjoy designing their petals, with lots of discussions around words they associate with Sexual Health .
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Photos from FDYS County Wexford's post Great Day at IYMA's in Croke Park today 🤗🎶🎶
FDYS County Wexford added 3 new photos.
Enjoying the Irish Youth Music Awards in Croke Park
Photos from FDYS County Wexford's post Smoking awearness session in Enniscorthy.
FDYS County Wexford added 3 new photos.
All FDYS Youth Groups, Youth Clubs and Youth Projects are very welcome to participate in our FDYS Fun Day on 12 May.
This is a great opportunity for us all to come together to celebrate all that is good about ...
FDYS County Wexford's cover photo FDYS County Wexford updated their cover photo.
Photos from FDYS County Wexford's post Lorraine our fantastic Receptionist is leaving us 😭 All the the best for the future Lorraine 🤗
FDYS County Wexford added 2 new photos.
Photos from FDYS County Wexford's post Great to see some of the seniors pop in for a youth cafe session this eve.
FDYS County Wexford added 5 new photos — at Coolcotts Youth Centre
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Photos from FDYS County Wexford's post Hectic in the homework support session this evening with a few new members joining the group.
Young people continue to complete homework 📚 in a safe space.
FDYS County Wexford added 8 new photos — at Coolcotts Youth Centre
Photos from FDYS County Wexford's post Young womens group are glad to be back after the Easter break. Plenty of fun was had in today's session.
FDYS County Wexford added 8 new photos — at Coolcotts Youth Centre
Well done Enniscorthy Community Youth Project participants much deserved award received at the Garda Youth Awards💪
Photos from FDYS County Wexford's post Garda Youth Awards, an honour to receive awards for these amazing young people. Well done and much deserved 👍👍
FDYS County Wexford added 4 new photos.
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

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News from around Ireland

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May to get indication of opposition to Brexit plans British Prime Minister Theresa May will be given an indication of the strength of opposition to her Brexit plans as MPs in the House of Commons debate the decision to leave the EU customs union.
800-year-old stolen heart relic recovered An 800-year-old religious relic, which was stolen from Christ Church Cathedral in Dublin six years ago, has been recovered by gardaí.
Canney's Independent Alliance future remains in doubt The future of Sean Canney in the Independent Alliance remains in doubt as the Galway East TD continues to weigh up his political options.
Macron believes Trump will exit nuclear deal with Iran French President Emmanuel Macron has said Donald Trump may well pull out of the Iran nuclear deal for domestic political reasons.
Mental health report calls for less medication reliance A report on mental health has called for the health service to reduce the reliance on prescribed medication by increasing investment in counselling and talk therapies.
Moon and Kim to meet at military demarcation line North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un and the South's president Moon Jae-in will meet at the Military Demarcation Line that divides the peninsula before their summit tomorrow.
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Combilift to create 200 jobs at new Monaghan plant Two hundred jobs are due to be announced for Monaghan by heavy machinery manufacturer Combilift.
Former policeman arrested in US serial killer case A former police officer has been arrested in connection with a notorious series of rapes and murders in California by the "Golden State Killer".
Meath man remains critical after Liverpool game attack A 53-year-old Irish man remains in a critical condition following an assault before Liverpool's Champions League semi-final against Roma at Anfield last night.
€2.5m award for terminally-ill woman over missed cancer A 43-year-old woman who was given incorrect test results and is now terminally ill with cervical cancer has settled her High Court action against a US laboratory for €2.5m.
Fianna Fáil promises would cost 'billions' - Taoiseach Taoiseach Leo Varadkar received rapturous applause at a private meeting of Fine Gael TDs and Senators in Leinster House tonight when he hit out at Fianna Fáil.
Facebook reports increase in revenue Facebook Inc shares rose after the social network reported revenue that beat Wall Street estimates, showing no initial impact on its lucrative ad business from a scandal over the handling of personal data.
15 more women had smear test issues, solicitor says The solicitor of a woman who is terminally ill with cervical cancer after she was given incorrect test result, claims that 15 other women have had issues with their cervical smear tests.
Danish court sentences Madsen to life for murder A Danish court has handed down a life sentence to submarine entrepreneur Peter Madsen for the murder of Swedish journalist Kim Wall.
Abuse victim calls for commission of investigation A solicitor for one of the victims of abuse in a Co Galway foster home, has said his client is keen to ensure that a commission of investigation be established immediately.
June an 'artificial deadline' for agreement on backstop The Brexit secretary David Davis has said that the backstop solution to avoid a hard border will not include anything that will mean different arrangements for Northern Ireland than for the rest of the UK.
Metrolink plan 'calamitous' for local communities GAA and soccer pitches were chosen for construction of the €3 billion Metrolink rather than impacting directly on houses and businesses according to Transport Infrastructure Ireland.
Numbers affected by tracker mortgage issue up by 3,400 The Central Bank has said that another 3,400 customers have been affected by the tracker mortgage issue, bringing the total to 37,100 by the end of March.

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