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# off the shelves
Mars withdraws Skittles, Starburst and Milky Way drinks over health risk
The drinks may contain a bacteria which can cause food poisoning.
# recall debate
"We must take action"... Senators call for Ireland to strengthen stance on Gaza
Senators hit out at Minister Charlie Flanagan over Ireland’s UN vote abstention this afternoon, as politicians came back from their summer breaks to address the spiraling crisis.
# dail recall
Sinn Féin and Fianna Fáil want to call TDs back from their holidays to talk about Gaza
Gerry Adams has written to Enda Kenny asking for the Dáil to be recalled.
# Airbag
BMW to recall 1.6 million cars, 8,500 in Ireland
The problem lies in a faulty airbag, the German manufacturer says.
# Recall
Ford recalls 100,000 vehicles in North America over safety concerns
Car maker says no injuries or accidents have been reported in connection with the defects.
# total recall
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# Safety
Own a Toyota? Multi-million car recall affects 8,500 in Ireland
A range of problems on several models have been identified.
# Choking Hazard
IKEA recalls cot canopies due to fears they could strangle infants
IKEA have received reports of the net being pulled into cots or beds and then becoming entangled around infants’ necks.
# central power
England recall centre Manu Tuilagi as they target tries in Rome
The Leicester Tiger is likely to be used as a replacement in the second half against Italy.
# warning
Emergency allergic reaction pens found to be defective
Seven lots of Jext pens are being recalled by the Irish Medicines Board.
# Recall
Batches of Tixylix recalled due to risk of plastic contamination
The UK company said a manufacturing defect with the tamper seal may have caused contamination.
# What a scoop
Tesco recalls ice-cream contaminated with painkillers
The retail giant says the move is a “precautionary measure”.
# true or false
Debunked: Is it possible to have a photographic memory?
It wouldn’t be the worst thing in the world. You’d never have to double-check to see if you locked the back door or not. Did you?
# Nissan
Nissan Ireland warns of 'loose steering wheel' glitch in some 14,000 Micras
The company advised over 800,000 customers worldwide to bring their car to a dealer for a free check.
# Vroom vroom
BMW recalls over 1,500 cars in Ireland over air bag fault
The move is part of a global recall of 220,000 vehicles over airbags manufactured 10 years ago.
# Recall
Toyota recall: Car maker joins Honda, Nissan, Mazda in Irish car recall
Toyota has recalled 22,000 cars in addition to Nissan, Honda and Mazda which have recalled over 15,000 cars between them.
# need to know
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# Food Safety
McCoy's crisps recalled after plastic found in packets
Four different multipacks of McCoy’s crisps were being voluntarily recalled from shelves.
# Breakfast
Special K recalls cereal in US over broken glass fears
The company said the limited recall was a precautionary move.
# Faulty
Debenhams issues recall of childrens' clothes with faulty zips
The Ted Baker snowsuits and jackets for babies and small children were found to be below the store’s quality standards.
# need to know
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# Toyota
Toyota recall: Car maker recalls thousands of vehicles in Ireland
It is part of a worldwide recall of 7.43 million cars around the world.
# Cash Curtains
Barnardos appeals to curtains donor after cash discovery
Charity shop in Rathmines are trying to contact woman who recently donated curtains which contained a quantity of cash.
# Birth Control
One million packs of contraceptive pills recalled in the US
Pfizer cited packaging faults as the reason for the recall as pills could be out of sequence, leading to an increased risk of unwanted pregnancies.
# Recall
SANYO recalls microwaves that "may cause severe electric shock"
The company has asked the owners of specific models of microwaves to unplug the microwave straight away and contact SANYO.
# fire hazard
Company says fridge freezer is 'fire hazard'
Beko has urged owners of Beko frost free fridge freezers to get in touch due to a potential fire hazard with the appliance.
IKEA issues immediate recall of children's high chair belt
The furniture chain says that the belt on some of its Antilop high chairs can open unexpectedly.
# France
France recalls ambassador to Iran
The French government’s move follows the UK’s decision to pull its diplomatic staff from Tehran and shut the Iranian embassy in London.
# Recall
Batches of three cancer drugs recalled by Medicines Board
The Irish Medicines Board said it was a purely precautionary measure.
# Recall
Back in green: Best called up to Irish squad, as West Brom rule out Long
The Newcastle striker has been belatedly rewarded for his fine Premier League form this season.
IKEA issues immediate recall of mirror door wardrobe
Customers who bought the PAX wardrobe with AURLAND mirror doors should contact IKEA’s customer service for a free replacement door.
# Recall
IKEA recalls children's folding tent over injury risk
BUSA folding tent should be immediately taken away from children and returned to the store, according to IKEA.
# Recall
IKEA recalls 'hazardous' wardrobe
IKEA has recalled a wardrobe with a sliding glass door over fears that the heavy mirror could fall and break.
# milkybar
Milkybar chocolates recalled over rubber fears
Sad times for the Milkybar kid as his buttons are recalled due to fears that bits of rubber ended up in some packets.
# Spiders
Total Recall: spiders cause Mazda major headache
Over 50,000 vehicles at risk after car manufacturer says webs in the fuel tank could lead to fire.
# Consumer
Exploding coffee pots recalled by IKEA
Fragile glass has caused 12 burns and one laceration injury.
# Recall
Fisher Price forced to recall toys
Toy manufacturer recalls more than 3,000 toys and high chairs in Ireland as part of global recall.