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# Voluntary

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These unique new labels are to make recycling easier in Ireland
The system is supposed to help consumers see which items are widely recycled, and which aren’t recyclable.
Job losses: Intel workers being told about 'separation programmes'
Meetings are happening on a one-to-one basis today.
Some small rural schools may be asked to merge with other schools
Most small schools are in Donegal, Mayo, Roscommon and parts of Galway and Kerry.
No 'slam dunk' for ex-Rehab chiefs as CPP yet to rule on compellability
Mary Lou McDonald said it would be ‘quite wrong’ to pre-judge the view of the committee.
There is only one respite bed per 450 people with dementia in Ireland
Only 52 nursing homes nationally have specialised care units for people with the disease.
30 former AIB senior execs asked to take pension reduction
The news broke last year that senior executives were being asked to take voluntary pension cuts.
Irish netball side set for Nations Cup adventure in Singapore
We interview team spokesperson Liz Allan about their hopes and preparation ahead of the tournament.
The ‘defacto detained’: How voluntary patients can be held without review
Under the current Mental Health Act, while involuntary patients are entitled to a have their detention reviewed by a mental health tribunal, voluntary patients are not afforded the same rights.
Coillte boss under pressure to take pay cut
The Taoiseach singled out David Gunning for criticism in his speech at the Fine Gael Presidential Dinner last night.