April 2, 2020




Culture Education News


Irish public libraries, publishers and writers have agreed a deal to facilitate online storytime sessions for young people while libraries and schools

Education Environment News

Let it Bee – wild flower meadows to be created around Limerick City 10 March 2020

Limerick City and County Council is to develop its programme of wild flower meadows around the city as part of our commitment to climate action and to

Education News Transport

MATCH-UP Partners Travel Back in Time

On 15 th January 2020 the Southern Regional Assembly hosted the final site and study visit for project partners of the Interreg Europe MATCH-UP project in

Education News

Dublin announces One City One Book programme

The newly-appointed Lord Mayor, Tom Brabazon, today launched the programme for the 2020 Dublin One City One Book Festival at an event in the Mansion House.

Education Health News Transport

Fingal County Council launch first ‘Mobility Hub’ on Main Street, Blanchardstown

The hub comprises five parking bays with specific colour-coordinated functions including age-friendly, disabled, electric vehicle charging, bike rack (bike

Education News

National Library Open Day to launch tomorrow at Coolock Library

The first ever National Library Open Day will be launched tomorrow, Thursday February 13th at Coolock Library, during the official reopening of the

Education Housing News

New Report Sets Out Vision for Future of Kilmainham and Inchicore

A new, government-commissioned report sets out a plan to develop a “sustainable community” in the Kilmainham-Inchicore area. The Department of Housing,

Education News

Cork City Council Sports Capital Grant Scheme 2020

Please note that the Sports Capital Grant Scheme 2020 is now open for applications.  The scheme, which is open to local voluntary sporting

Education News

Waves and the Science of Surfing — Met Éireann launches first Podcast episode of 2020

Met Éireann’s first monthly podcast of 2020, ‘Waves and the Science of Surfing’, was released this morning (31 January 2020). In this episode, Met Éireann

Education Feature News

New Coast Guard Emergency 112 Signs on Howth Cliff Path

Fingal County Council together with the Irish Coast Guard’s Howth Unit and representatives from local community groups Howth Pathways and the Howth SAAO