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Ireland: The Public Health (Tobacco Products and Nicotine Inhaling Products) Bill has been adopted in both houses of the parliament. Along with prohibiting
Ireland: The health minister, Stephen Donnelly, and the minister of state for public health, Hildegarde Naughton, have launched a public consultation on the
Ireland: The Health Service Executive (HSE) has issued two RAPEX safety alerts against two vaping products. The products in question are the R and M Tornado
Ireland: Ossian Smyth, the minister of state at the Department of Public Expenditure, National Development Plan Delivery and Reform, has said he aims
UK/Ireland: The Superdrug pharmacy chain joins Waitrose supermarkets in their commitment to stop selling disposables. In addition to their UK stores, Superdrug will
Ireland: The Health Service Executive (HSE) has warned the public to stop using five different flavours of the McKesse brand of e-cigarettes. The vaping
Ireland: The Health Service Executive (HSE)'s National Tobacco Control Office has submitted a RAPEX alert notification to the European Safety Gate for two
Ireland: The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has issued a safety alert notice and notified the European Safety Gate, the EU rapid alert system for
Ireland: The government is expecting to have the Public Health (Tobacco and Nicotine Inhaling Products) Bill 2019 passed before July, press reports. The bill was approved yesterday
Ireland: The Health Service Executive (HSE) is analysing claims, made by a British newspaper, that some Elfbar e-cigarettes may contain more than the legal
Ireland: The newly published Healthy Ireland survey 2022 shows 3% of the population are regular vapers, while 22% of people who have successfully quit smoking in
Ireland: Calls have been made to raise the legal age to 21 to purchase tobacco products and e-cigarettes, press reports. Center-right party Fine
Ireland: The government is considering banning disposable e-cigarettes, press reports. The minister of state, Ossian Smyth, said that he is not against vaping products but
Ireland: Research by the Tobacco Free Research Institute Ireland shows that 39% of young people aged between 16 and 17 have tried vaping,
Ireland: The Oireachtas (parliament) Joint Health Committee is pushing for a flavour ban and age restrictions on e-cigarette sales. The committee has published
Ireland: Senators have urged stricter regulation of e-cigarettes, press reports. In discussions on the Nicotine Inhaling Products Bill, senator Diarmuid Wilson of the Fianna Fáil
Ireland: The Health Service Executive (HSE) has issued an alert against certain disposable products. The alert recalls disposable e-cigarettes from the Aroma King brand that
Ireland: Today, the Joint Committee on Health discussed the Tobacco and Nicotine Inhaling Bill with the industry members. The trade organisation Vape Business Ireland (VBI),
Ireland: The Oireachtas (parliament) Health Committee is continuing its scrutiny of the Tobacco and Nicotine Inhaling Products Bill by hearing the concerns of stakeholders, press reports.