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Environment News
Min Ryan Park is Wexford’s newest flagship amenity that will cater to a range of citizens in the Wexford community. Construction of the much-anticipated neighbourhood park is under way following the sod-turning ceremony at the site of the park by Wexford Mayor, Councillor Tony Dempsey. The 18-acre Min Ryan Park facility at Killeens will feature […]
News Tourism
A record number 21,000 people were in attendance at Cork City’s 14th Annual Cork Heritage Open Day. Cork Heritage Open Day is an event which celebrates the unique architecture and history of the Built Heritage in the Cork City Region. Many of these are not usually accessible to the general public. This event opened and […]
Business Financial News
Launched in 2014 Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) is an Enterprise Ireland initiative connecting public sector bodies to organisations and companies with innovative ideas, aimed at solving prevalent issues across local communities nationwide. Contracting authorities can approach Enterprise Ireland with a problem they can’t find solution to in the current market
Environment News
More than 8 millions tons of plastic are dumped in our oceans every year. 4Ocean is a global movement actively challenging this issue by removing waste from our oceans; pulling 1,133,108 pounds of toxic marine waste to-date. This movement began with two surfers visiting Bali, Indonesian, and their devastation by the amount of plastic in […]
Business News Technology
Arralis is a Limerick based technology company that specialise in Radio Frequency (RF) and wave technology. Excelling in proprietary antenna technology, and in pursuit of technical innovation, the company have developed a new electronically steerable Ka band antenna. The big news is: The European Space Agency want in. The company have just announced today that […]
Education Environment News
Amidst chaotic, unruly urban winds, the opportunity to harvest urban wind energy may now be possible. An omnidirectional wind turbine designed to work in the middle of high-density, urban environments is the winner of the UK’s James Dyson Award winner for 2018. The current prototype of O-Wind Turbine is 25 centimetres in diameter, with vents […]
Financial News
Designs for the new Dublin City Library on Parnell Square have been unveiled. The 11,000 sq m design is set to be a key component to the newly-branded Cultural Quarter. The Cultural Quarter includes: the Irish Writers’ Centre, the Dublin Writers Museum, the Gate Theatre, Poetry Ireland and the Garden of Remembrance. The build is […]
Business Feature News
National Women’s Enterprise Day is an event launched by Carlow and Kilkenny Enterprise Offices designed to connect businesses and entrepreneurs, and bring enterprises from local to global levels through these connections. The event’s launch was announced on Wednesday 5th September and will be held on Thursday 18th October 2018. This years theme is ‘from local […]
Business Feature News
Local Enterprise Offices in Clare, Limerick and Tipperary have hosted called ‘Beyond Local’. The event aims to highlight opportunities in key overseas markets so as Irish enterprises can explore the possibility of internationalising their businesses. On Tuesday Limerick held an export event where business owners could discuss opportunities to internationalise, the pitfalls
Business Feature News
The Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection, along with the EURES Cross-Border Partnership, will host a cross-border Job Fair in the Slieve Russell Hotel, Ballyconnell, Co. Cavan on Thursday, 20th September, from 10am to 1pm. The event, financially supported by the European Union Programme for Employment and Social Innovation, has been purposed for those
Business Education Feature News
This Friday, 7th September, marks the return of the monthly meetup ‘Founder Friday’ to Waterford. This is an opportunity for business minds, or even just curious minds, to come together and share their business backgrounds and experiences with like-minded people. Tracy Keogh, West Region Innovation Community Manager at Bank of Ireland, founded the national movement […]
Business Education News
The Institute of Public Administration (IPA) has launched a new three-day course in correct GDPR practices. This course is aimed at companies, both public and private, and their staff, who work with and/or are responsible for personal data. As of May of this year, both significant changes and new obligations to handling and retaining personal […]
Business Feature News Technology
A showcase of successful innovators and supporters of local innovation, Mayo Ideas Week is a week-long entrepreneurial series aimed at inspiring new and existing businesses in Mayo. This is a collaborative project by Nuálann Mhaigheo/Mayo Ideas Lab that helps inspire creativity within businesses, and converts original ideas to authentic products and services. The ‘Ideas
News Tourism
Ireland’s top ‘Foodie Destination’ has been announced and Kilkenny is the triumphant winner. This initiative, run by the Restaurants Association of Ireland (RAI), sponsored by FBD, is aimed at driving food tourism and irish food enterprise across the country. The ten shortlisted entrants were announced in June and included: Armagh, Boyne Valley Cavan, Derry City […]