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Saturday 23 September 2017

120 jobs in care home

A NEW nursing home in Bray, Co Wicklow, will be recruiting 120 staff over the coming months.

Cairnhill Nursing Home is seeking to employ new workers in the areas of nursing, administration, catering and management before the end of the year.

The new nursing home was developed by McMahon Healthcare Group, which already runs a 42-bed facility in Foxrock, south Dublin.

€11K CIGARETTE SEIZURE

CIGARETTES worth more than €11,000 have been seized by customs officials in Cork.

The 24,400 Marlboro Gold cigarettes were recovered when officers, acting on a tip off, swooped on a man on board a flight from Poland.

Around 18,000 cigarettes were discovered when they stopped the non-national disembarking the flight from Warsaw at Cork airport. A further 6,400 cigarettes were found during a follow-up operation at an address in east Cork.

MAN STABBED IN FACE

A MAN suffered stab wounds to his face and arms after a knife attack.

The 20-year-old was stabbed in the Allenton estate near the Old Mill Pub in Old Bawn, Dublin, at 11am.

The victim's injuries are not believed to be life threatening and were mainly caused as he tried to defend himself from his attacker. He was treated in Tallaght Hospital after being taken there by ambulance.

Irish Independent

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