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Here's some selected stories from the Sunshine newsroom in recent days:
Britain's Duke and Duchess of Cambridge To Visit Dublin, Meath And Kildare On Irish Trip
During the three-day tour from the 3rd to the 5th of March, William and Kate will visit organisations supporting young people and learn about conservation initiatives including sustainable farming and marine conservation.
Eason Buys Wicklow Dubray Bookshop Chain
The business started as a single shop in Bray.
Local Authorities In Dublin Pledge To Improve Air Quality By 2030
The county’s four local authorities have committed to cutting pollution through the WHO and UN ‘Breathe Life’ campaign.
Mastercard To Create Huge Number Of Jobs In South Dublin
1500 jobs are to be created by Mastercard in Dublin over the next 3 to 5 years.
500 Landmarks To Go Green For St Patrick's Day 2020
The Great Wall of China will not light up green for St. Patrick's Day because of the Coronavirus.
Dublin Based Company Develops Rapid Test To Check For Coronavirus
Hibergene has developed a ten minute test that checks for the illness and the results are available within in an hour.
Body Of Second Fisherman Recovered Who Died Off Wexford Coast
The body of missing fisherman Willie Whelan from Wexford has been located.
Reports Claim Cost Of Construction For The National Children's Hospital Is Behind Schedule
Budgetary concerns have also been discussed in private meetings between Government officials and the HSE.
Man Found Guilty Of Murdering Woman Whose Remains Found Scattered Across Wicklow Mountains
A man has been found guilty of murdering his partner's mother at the home they shared at Mountainview Park, Rathfarnham, Dublin in May 2017.
Beef Farmers Hold Further Demonstration Over Prices
Demonstrators are demanding a better price for their beef, but the Department of Agriculture says it has no comment to make on the action.
AirBnb See A Rise In Number Of Entire Homes Available For Short Term Stays
People renting out properties for short-term letting could be fined 5,000 euro or jailed for six months from today.
People Employed By IDA Companies Reaches Highest Level Ever
The number of people employed in IDA backed companies has reached its highest level ever
Health Minister Urged To Deal With Anti-Abortion Protests At Hospitals
It comes following a demonstration of around 100 people outside the National Maternity Hospital on Holles Street in Dublin yesterday.