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A village renewal scheme has been put into motion to transform the small town of Patrickswell in County Limerick. With a population size of under 850, Patrickswell serves as primarily a commuter village to the people working in Limerick. The village renewal scheme is focused along Main Street in Patrickswell and consists of the upgrade […]
Education News Technology
A two-year part-time Masters degree in Artificial Intelligence (AI), run by the University of Limerick, aims to educate over 300 people within the next five years. The course, beginning from September 2018 onwards, will be delivered primarily online with some intensive Problem Based Learning (PBL) workshops taking place on the University of Limerick campus. Ireland’s […]
Housing News
Mayor of the County of Cork, Cllr Declan Hurley has turned the sod on a new development of social housing at Cuan Barra, Kilmore, Ballingeary between the approved housing body Coiste Tithe Uibh Laoire Teo and Droumleigh Construction Limited. The development will see the construction of three houses providing long-term accommodation. Cork County Council is […]
Feature News
The digital_self exhibition and public programme is a part of the Irish Museum of Modern Art’s (IMMA) Project Spaces Initiative, promoting artistic and curatorial experimentation and research. The project in its entirety poses the question; how do digital technologies impact our daily lives? Through photography, video and web artworks, digital interventions, talks,
Housing News
VacantHomes.ie is a website that was launched in August 2017 by Mayo County Council on behalf of the local government sector, as an online resource for anyone to anonymously log possible vacant properties and alert local authorities who can then follow up with the owners to see whether the house can be re-used quickly. According to […]
Education
Taking place at the start of December, the Volunteer Ireland Awards hosted by Volunteer Ireland, occurred for another year.  The awards celebrate ordinary people’s outstanding contributions in the voluntary sector across Ireland.  Anyone is able to nominate a volunteer who they deem worthy of recognition. With the exception of the Volunteer Manager category, those