Home 2018
News
The ‘Gangani Legacy’, under the new art program, Gaining Ground, is an auditory exploration of influences that immigration and assimilation have had in West Clare. Led by composer Ian Wilson, he will examine such effects through various cultural lenses like linguistics, customs, heritage and local attitudes. The musical project will combine both indigenous and foreign […]
News Tourism
Condé Nast Traveller has voted Cork as the third friendliest city in the world in a poll taken this month. Ireland’s second city saw off competition from Dublin and Galway to secure the third spot in this month’s poll.  Some of the reasons given by the magazine’s editors were  Cork’s ‘picturesque, riverfront location’ and ‘cozy pubs […]
News
Construction of the €5 million Harley’s Street Pedestrian & Cycle Bridge, linking the city centre and Victorian Quarter, is to start this month. It’s expected that when fully operational, up to 11,000 pedestrians and cyclists, travelling between the city centre and the Victorian Quarter daily, will benefit from the improved connectivity and convenience provided by
Health News
A long-term plan is needed to address the crises in the health service, Minister for Health Simon Harris has said, as an implementation strategy for the Sláintecare Plan was launched. The strategy sets out key actions over the first three years of the plan. The all-party ten-year Sláintecare Report was published in May last year […]
Business Education Feature
 (l-r) Cian Forgarty and Jack Dooley of Greener Globe, participating in LaunchBox 2018, Trinity’s student accelerator. Photo courtesy of LaunchBox All the teams chosen to participate in LaunchBox summer accelerator have two things in common, says Programme Manager Alison Tracey: an idea with the ability to create impact, and the right team to make it […]