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# Safety

This month
January 2023
# Security
SF's Kenny says his family was traumatised after arson and vehicle attacks at their home
The TD told Morning Ireland that his family are moving house due to the trauma of attacks on their home.
Last year
2022
# winter is coming
Freezing weather, frost and snow: Here's what you need to know as the cold snap sets in
A Winter Weather Advisory is in place as the coldest temperatures in three years are expected this week.
# Crash
Amateur pilot said plane was ‘dodgy’ prior to footballer Emiliano Sala’s fatal flight
Sala was joining then Premier League club Cardiff City in a £15 million transfer.
# Safety
95% of 8-12 year-olds own their own smart device, new survey finds
A total of 34% reported they can go online ‘whenever they want’.
# late-night public transport
Late-night Luas service ruled out, as hours needed for maintenance
The Luas will not operate a 24-hour service as the NTA says it carries out maintenance when the trams are out of service.
# August
Public urged to be mindful of fire, water and road safety on bank holiday weekend
Summer bank holidays tend to the most dangerous for preventable deaths as people take to beaches or road trips.
# Safety
Safety concerns given as reason by women for not walking more, survey finds
The survey is the first on travel behaviour carried out by the CSO since the coronavirus pandemic.
# not prepared
People 'putting safety at risk' by climbing scenic peaks just for Instagram likes
Gerry Christie, from Kerry Mountain Rescue, said climbers often don’t have the proper equipment when climbing.
# Safety
EBU defends decision not to hold Eurovision in Ukraine, citing high risk of mass casualty event
The decision has been criticised by the Ukrainian government, which said it had provided guarantees on safety standards.
# Safety
Everton mount stunning fightback to clinch Premier League survival in Palace win
Michael Keane and Richarlison were also on target as Everton came from two goals down.
# Evacuation
Ukrainian port city evacuation bid fails for second time due to continued shelling
A safe corridor had been agreed upon to evacuate Mariupol and Volnovakha.
Voices
Áine Kerr: Women deserve to run for exercise without having to face the shadows
After the murder of Ashling Murphy in Tullamore, the businesswoman and broadcaster describes the endless safety routine female runners have to follow.
All time
# your stories
'A man followed me home on the Nitelink': Readers' stories of safety on public transport
“The man stood beside me laughing while I spoke to the driver. The driver just looked embarrassed,” one woman wrote of an incident.
# Your story
Have you been assaulted or harassed on public transport? We want to hear your story
A “misogynistic” incident on the DART this week comes after a report found women have serious safety concerns about using public transport.
# Your Say
Poll: Do you feel safe on public transport?
Security officers on the Luas are temporarily increasing after a report found many women feel unsafe on public transport.
# Coronavirus
Children aged 12 to 15 at high risk to be prioritised in Covid vaccine rollout
This will also extend to those who live with people with underlying conditions.
THE MORNING LEAD
Number of security officers on Luas temporarily increases by 30% after report on women’s safety
A report by
Lauren Boland
Activists say better infrastructure, like lighting at bus stops, and including women in planning are crucial to making public transport safer.
The number of Luas security officers has increased by 30% after a report found that women have serious safety concerns on public transport, Lauren Boland reports.
Activists say better infrastructure, like lighting at bus stops, and including women in planning are crucial to making public transport safer.
Negative experiences have a "lasting effect" on women's transport choices, according to Transport Infrastructure Ireland.
From active travel to the Western Railway Corridor: An A-Z(ish) of public transport in Ireland
# Safety
New media regulator needs powers to order ‘swift takedown’ of harmful content
The deputy Data Protection Commissioner said the new media commission has to be able to regulate all types of harmful online content.
Voices
Opinion: Women have lived in fear of walking alone in the dark for too long - we've had enough
Our reader shares two terrifying experiences walking home in Dublin and London and asks if we are doing enough to free women from this fear.
# Boeing
Boeing 737 MAX cleared for Irish airspace after green light from EU authorities
Irish authorities said they were satisfied that the aircraft is safe to return to European airspace.
# Safety
11 rescued after two weeks underground following China gold mine explosion
The workers were hauled up one by one in baskets with their eyes shielded to protect them after days in darkness.
# hpra
Benefits of Covid-19 vaccines 'continue to outweigh risks' as 81 cases of suspected side effects reported
Over 77,000 vaccines have been administered in Ireland so far.
# cybersafe ireland
Two thirds of children contacted by a stranger while gaming online, according to new survey
The survey was conducted by charity Cybersafe Ireland.
# covid19 facts
'It's all about assessing risk': How to protect yourself and family at home from the coronavirus
We look at the latest advice and speak to a virologist.
# London
Police board easyJet flight at Gatwick airport over 'safety-related issue'
A spokesperson confirmed the issue involved a flight which arrived from Poland.
# tampering
'Safety is paramount': Van Graan calls for clampdown on moving post-pads
In the lead up to Tommy O’Donnell’s try, Edinburgh defenders moved the safety pads out of Munster’s reach.
# Safety
Halloween campaign warns public of 'life-changing injuries' caused by fireworks
Dublin Fire Brigade’s chief fire officer has said it’s important that parents of young children know where they are and make sure they are supervised.
# workplace safety
HSA to carry out safety inspection blitz on quarries
More than 50 quarries across the country will be inspected next week.
# Safety
Fianna Fáil takes aim at funfairs ahead of summer holidays
The Health and Safety Funfair Amendment Bill looks to further regulate funfairs.
# Safety
Concern at increasing levels of 'aggression, threats and violence' towards barristers
The Bar Council is calling for an increased garda presence at courts and for screening facilities to be installed at all courthouses.
# safety campaign
'Seconds could change your life': Luas releases video of crashes and near misses
Two pedestrians died after being struck by trams in separate incidents earlier this year.
# Safety
Hendrick strike helps Burnley all but secure Premier League status with draw at Chelsea
Maurizio Sarri’s side failed to capitalise on defeats suffered by their top four rivals this evening.
# Plane Crash
Boeing CEO stands by 'fundamental safety' of 737 MAX jets following Ethiopian Airlines report
‘We remain confident in the fundamental safety of the 737 MAX,’ CEO Muilenburg said. .
# Road Safety
All cars sold after 2022 must have speed-limiting technology, EU says
It is part of a string of new measures proposed by the EU to help improve road safety.
# Department of Health
Taoiseach on suspicious package: 'Come after us, don't come after our staff or families'
The white powder in the envelope addressed to the Health Minister was confirmed to be non-hazardous.
# Dublin
Patient dies after falling from fourth-floor window at Mater Hospital
Gardaí are investigating the incident.
# Taxi
Perspex glass and a dedicated garda team: What taxi drivers want after robberies by west Dublin gang
A number of taxi drivers have been recently targeted.
# Blanchardstown
Woman stabbed at 'isolated, unlit' Dublin bus stop
The woman’s handbag was stolen during the incident.
# Halloween
OPINION: Don't let your dog greet trick-or-treaters and other tips to keep your pet stress-free
Una O’Toole of the Irish Blue Cross talks us through some ways you can safeguard your pets this Halloween.
# Breakdown
Farm deaths: Cork most fatal county and July most dangerous month
Over the past eight years, the most dangerous months for farm deaths in Ireland have been May, June and July.