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Hospital cafe hit by rodent problem

A rodent problem led to the closure of a hospital cafe.

The Coffee Dock Restaurant at Our Lady's Hospital in Navan was issued with a closure order by environmental health officers due to a rodent problem. The coffee dock was closed on April 1 and re-opened on April 4.

Health officials also ordered the closure of six other premises to rectify food safety breaches.

They included Hartley's Fish & Food in Tramore, where the closure order only related to an enclosed rear yard; Star Pizza, Denmark Street, Limerick; Joe's Family Butchers, Johnstown, Meath where the order related only to the mincing of meat; Mace/Duleek Service Station, Carranstown, Meath - April 28, with order lifted April 29.

A premises occupied by Growing Enterprise Together Ltd at Dock Road, Limerick, also received an order as did Polski Sklep Miesny shop, 50 South Street, New Ross, Co Wexford, relating to handling and cutting of raw meat.