VISA cards are failing across the country with payments on debit and credit cards not being processed.
Customers have reported being left without access to systems across Ireland and the UK
Card payments network Visa has experienced a widespread outage with many customers unable to make contactless payments.
A statement from VISA has said:
Visa is currently experiencing a service disruption. This incident is preventing some Visa transactions...
In light of the tragedy in Ennis (Co. Clare) yesterday of the sad drowning of 2 teenagers, I thought it would be a good time to remind our young people about some water safety as the schools start to close ahead of the summer break.
If you’re heading to the Urlaur Lake for a swim, remember to go with friends, let your parents know roughly...
Darkness into Light Walk takes place on Saturday, May l2th at 4.l5 am
Starting at St. Nathy’s College Sports Hall.
Registration must be completed online (www.darknessintolight.ie) in advance of the event this year
.Register by May 4th to receive a T-Shirt
Temperatures across Ireland will be five to 10 degrees lower than normal with significant wind chill and "persistent bands of snow" starting from mid-week.
Snowfall will largely affect the eastern part of Ireland on Tuesday but will become much more widespread from Wednesday with significant and disruptive accumulations.
Met Eireann has issued a stark update to its weather advisory for the bitter cold front that is set...
Gardaí are warning the public to be vigilant of scams trying to obtain your bank details, and reminding people that banks will never telephone or email customers to send or provide personal details.
A number of “vishing” cases have been brought to the Gardaí’s attention in the past few weeks, In one case reported to Gardaí, the victim was contacted by someone who they believed to be...