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  1. prideofengland
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    Hi all

    Working in the Republic of Ireland soon, hospital extension, does anyone know how the wiring and building regs differ and if there are any online downloads I can get to do a bit of research?

    Cheers
     
  2. LukeScotty
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    not sure myself, but prescriptions are now going to be free, won't be free in the uk till 2010, just thought i'd tell ya seen as its hospital related
     
  3. tony.towa
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    If I remember rightly we had an Irish sparks introduce himself last week. Might be worth dropping him a pm.
     
  4. prideofengland
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    Umm Free Prescriptions!

    Cheers Tony will check the introductions
     
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