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Education News
The Minister for Education, Richard Bruton published a circular requiring all schools to consult parents, teachers and students on the use of smart phones and tablet devices in schools. Minister Bruton also reiterated his commitment that the use of smart phones in schools will be included as an item requiring consultation under the Education Bill 2016, that requires every
Feature News
Dublins Bolands Quay in its entirety has been bought by tech giant Google, as confirmed by Mark Reynolds of Savills, the NAMA-appointed receiver to the Bolands Quay development project. The Bolands Quay site received planning permission in July 2015 and since then NAMA has provided funding for demolition and enabling works. The development is one of […]
Feature News
The Chief Fire Officer’s Association (CFAO) is the professional body of Chief Fire Officer’s (CFO) in Ireland.  The CFOA Annual Conference, now in its 61st year, was held in the Knockranny House Hotel, Westport Co. Mayo. Speakers from Ireland, England, Scotland, the Czech Republic, Austria and America gathered together over the space of two days […]
Financial News Tourism
The Vaults, a new tourist attraction in Dublin City centre, is set to open its door on the 30th of June. The attraction will have six scenes spread across four floors of the old Augistinian St John’s National School in Dublin 8. Each of these scenes will feature 360° sets with state of the art lighting, […]
News
Running from April 23rd to April 27th, South Dublin County Council’s Eco Week, now in its 14th year, is providing free events to create environmental awareness and aims at engagement with citizens of South Dublin in protecting our environment. Mayor of South Dublin County, Cllr Paul Gogarty officially launched Eco Week in the County Hall, Tallaght […]