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This year will see the development of a €4 million whiskey distillery and visitor’s centre in the town of Lahardane, Co Mayo. Ahead of the official opening of the first whiskey distillery to operate in County Mayo in over a century, Dr. Paul Davis, Managing Director of Nephin Whiskey Company, took time out to tell […]
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Kildare county Council: The monthly meeting of the council will be held at 2.00 p.m. on Monday, 30 March 2015 in the council chamber, Áras Chill Dara, Devoy Park, Naas, and you are invited to attend. Further information on what will be discussed at the meeting can be found at  Kildare county council meeting Limerick: […]
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Flood risks at eleven areas throughout Donegal will come under the spotlight this week as a major study will plan to manage both existing and potential future flood threats at these locations. The work will rely on the public to help determine the potential hazards and associated impacts identify measures to manage the risks and […]
Education
Proving there is always something new to learn, Limerick’s Lifelong Learning Festival kicks off this week with over 150 events and activities to interest, entertain and engage people of all ages! The festival, now in its fifth year, runs from Monday 23rd to Sunday 29th March 2015. This year’s festival theme ‘Learning for Positive Living’ links learning […]
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  excel 2015 Mayo County Council’s Youth Arts Programme Brochure is available at excel 2015 For more information please contact Mayo Arts Office on 094-9047558 or 0949047471 or mayoarts@mayococo.ie  
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Donegal County Council’s litter wardens have praised to proactive approach of a number of communities in the war against litter.   Warden Brian McBrearty points to recent successful clean up operations at Trusk Lough outside Ballybofey and at Doneyloop near Castlefin.   “The scenic walk around Trusk Lough is popular so when we were notified […]
Transport
Transport Minister Pascal Donohoe is to announce new guidelines today that will affect speed limits in rural areas and housing estates. The new changes will see new signage on country roads and within housing estates in the next two years. There will be the provisional inclusion of “slow zones” introduced in housing estates and a […]
Business
Student entrepreneur’s from three local secondary schools ( Loreto Abbey, Dalkey, St. Raphaela’s, Stillorgan and St. Andrew’s College, Blackrock) will represent Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County at the Student Enterprise Awards National Final in Croke Park on Wednesday, 22nd April. Co-ordinated locally by Local Enterprise Office Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown, the competition is the
Financial
As part of the Sustainable Business Programme for South Dublin a series of local Retailers Forums will be carried out during 2015, in your local area. The forum will last no longer than 90 minutes, and is a chance to have your voice heard on local and countywide issues, in an impartial environment – hosted […]
Education
EXCEL 15 is Mayo County Council’s annual celebration of young people’s creativity takes place this month. As always there will be a whole host of events, workshops, exhibitions and showcases awaiting this year’s young audiences and events are happening right across the west county. The EXCEL 15 programme is designed for teenagers and young adults […]
Business
How we introduce ourselves to someone new can reveal a lot about the type of person we are. Traditionally in most countries throughout the world people tend to greet one another by shaking hands. You could be forgiven for thinking that shaking hands is a standard practice but there are many different forms of handshake […]
Transport
Donegal County Council and the Donegal Road Safety Working Group cycling safety campaign aims to: To display the safe overtaking of cyclists “Staying Alive 1.5” logo on Donegal County Council vehicles with the central message of allowing 1.5 meters between overtaking vehicles and cyclists. To educate all road users in the safety aspects of overtaking […]
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Limerick kicks off its first Festival of Kindness this weekend in a unique initiative which is expected to create a ripple effect throughout the city and county. The Festival of Kindness, from 13th-17th March is an initiative from Pay it Forward Limerick (PIF Limerick) – a team of local volunteers and businesses who are embracing […]
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As part of European Week against Racism, South Dublin County Council’s Social Inclusion Unit and Sports and Recreation Office with the F.A.I. Football in the Community Development Officers, Rugby Officer and Cricket Officer will hold a Sports Blitz. The event will take place in Clondalkin Sports and Leisure Centre on Thursday 19 March and Friday […]
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The Park Kiosk reopens with Ed Devane’s KIOSK: Mechanised Music Making – a Limerick National City of Culture,Visual Art Legacy Project Following on from the success of Dogs Tales, Theatre Shop, Wildroutesand From Print to Postcard…Limerick City of Culture is delighted to announce the commencement of Ed Devane’s KIOSK: Mechanised Music Making For the month of March
Housing
Waterford city and county council is to get two new senior staff members in an attempt to reduce the housing list. The new positions are part of 200 new appointments approved by Environmental Minister Alan Kelly for local county councils throughout the country. The move came in response to his pledge last November when he […]