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# risk-assessment - Thursday 27 February, 2020

Covid-19: St Patrick's Festival organisers say emergency health team carrying out risk assessment

The festival is due to start in two weeks.

# risk-assessment - Tuesday 12 November, 2019

Lisa Smith will be subject to security assessment on arrival in Ireland

Yesterday Turkey said it was in the process of deporting 20 ‘foreign jihadists’.

# risk-assessment - Monday 5 August, 2019

Ageing population to put strain on pensions and health system, Government warns

A high percentage of the working population is not saving enough or is not saving at all, says the National Risk Assessment.

# risk-assessment - Friday 18 August, 2017

Council investigating whether bollards are needed to prevent a Grafton Street terror attack

Fears had been raised that Ireland’s major urban centres like Dublin’s pedestrianised Grafton Street could be targeted.

# risk-assessment - Wednesday 18 May, 2016

WHO: Zika virus likely to hit Europe this summer

WHO said there was a “low to moderate” risk of an outbreak in Europe during late spring and summer.

# risk-assessment - Wednesday 10 September, 2014

Here's the advice the Government was given on the Scottish referendum

That’s according to the new Draft National Risk Assessment, which was launched for public consultation today.

# risk-assessment - Wednesday 25 June, 2014

A senator wants to stop the pre-budget 'kite flying'. Here's how...

Senator Fidelma Healy-Eames has proposed legislation that she says would put an end to the usual pre-budget speculation and leaks.

# risk-assessment - Friday 2 May, 2014

Some credit unions 'unwilling to comply with the law' - Central Bank

Credit unions Registrar Sharon Donnery made the warning in a report sent to credit unions yesterday.

# risk-assessment - Wednesday 16 April, 2014

The Government's provided us with this handy list of things to worry about

Better safe than sorry…