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Sunday 19 August 2018

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RTE broadcaster Maura Derrane will be donning her finery next Sunday to officially launch European Cervical Prevention Week at the top of Grafton Street at 11am.

European Cervical Cancer Prevention Week is taking place on Sunday and will run until January 29.

The awareness week is organised by the Irish Family Planning Association with the support of CervicalCheck.

During the week women's health specialists are calling on women to avail of a free screening from a GP or family planning clinic of their choice. It's funded by the National Cervical Cancer Screening Service, CervicalCheck.



  • POPULAR restaurant chain Nandos is going nationwide with a fifth restaurant in Cork creating 28 new jobs.

Located on Mahon Link Road in Cork, the restaurant will seat 120.

It boasts an inviting, contemporary style interior, with upholstered booths and banquettes. The restaurant also has impressive design features, including stunning custom-made lighting and original African artwork.

Nandos currently has four restaurants in Ireland -- in Dundrum and Swords and two in Belfast.

wwwFADE Street star Cici Kavanagh will be following in Vogue Williams' footsteps tomorrow night when she takes to the decks at Temple Bar's Sycamore club.

Doors will open at 10pm, with entry strictly by guest list. Every member will receive a complimentary drink on arrival, with resident DJ Eoin Long due to DJ on the night.



  • JACK Daniel's yesterday revealed an exciting new format for their JD Set 2011.

The new format will feature singer/songwriter, Neil Hannon, who will collaborate with popular Irish artists Cathy Davey and Jape in a unique project that will see them perform their own version of Vampire Weekend's debut album, Vampire Weekend at an exclusive free gig in The Button Factory on Friday April 1.

www COMMUNICATIONS Director for Tony Blair Alastair Campbell will be coming to Dublin next month for a one-off public interview with David McWilliams.

The event is being presented by Leviathan and Clockwork events and will take place at the RDS Concert Hall in Dublin on Tuesday, February 8.

Joining them for a panel discussion will be Brendan Butler, of IBEC, Dragon's Den star Sean Gallagher, and UCD's Professor Niamh Brennan.

The group will discuss what the next government can do to help businesses get the economy back on track.

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