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Banning alcohol advertising near schools is a big win from the Public Health Alcohol Bill – Noone
Nutri-Score rating could help curb obesity in Ireland – Noone
The Nutri- Scoring rating could help curb obesity in Ireland, according to Fine Gael Dublin Senator, Catherine Noone.
Increased VAT on sunbeds will help reduce skin cancer –Noone
The increased VAT rate on sunbed services announced in Budget 2018 will help to reduce skin cancer, the most common form of cancer in Ireland, says Fine Gael Dublin Senator Catherine Noone.
Urgent review needed of review of VAT rate anomalies – Noone
Dublin Senator Catherine Noone is today calling for a review of existing VAT rate anomalies.
Committee will complete work in timeframe – Noone
Increase financial incentives for electric cars – Noone
Fine Gael Dublin Senator, Catherine Noone, has called for Norwegian-style incentives to increase the popularity of electric cars.
Hotels and restaurants must be included in any change to Good Friday alcohol law – Noone
Fine Gael Dublin Senator, Catherine Noone, has today (Wednesday) said that hotels and restaurants must be included in any change to the law banning alcohol sales on Good Friday. Senator Noone was speaking today (Wednesday) as the Intoxicating Liquor (Amendment) Bill 2017 was debated in the Seanad.
Hospitals should follow lead of Govt Depts on healthier vending machines – Noone
Fine Gael Dublin Senator, Catherine Noone, has said that changes made to vending machines in some Government Departments to offer healthier options to staff are the way forward, adding that other workplaces, school buildings, and particularly hospitals should follow suit.
Education and awareness are key to improving cancer outcomes- Noone
Fine Gael Dublin Senator, Catherine Noone, has said education and awareness are key to improving cancer outcomes.
Let’s put the brake on exorbitant hospital car park prices – Noone
Fine Gael Dublin Senator Catherine Noone today (Thursday) called on Government to support the Irish Cancer Society's ongoing campaign to reduce exorbitant hospital car parking prices by issuing a parking pricing guideline, similar to the one issued by the NHS in the UK.