December 12, 2019




Education Environment Feature News

The Story of Water, a new documentary exploring the development and current state of Ireland’s public water network

Understanding the role that water plays in our daily lives Research commissioned by Irish Water and conducted by B&A indicates that 44% of the Irish

Education News

‘Light Your Bike’ campaign announced by North West Greenway Network team

Active Travel Officer to hand out free bike lights at three locations in December The North West Greenway Network is organising three bike light set

Education News

Innovative and imaginative ‘Atlas for a City Region’ project launched in Harvard

After 18 months of research including fieldwork in the Northwest of Ireland, Harvard University Graduate School of Design (GSD) formally launched their

Education Feature News

Minister McHugh launches competition for Students to Make their Mark in Wellbeing with Logo Competition

The Minister for Education and Skills Joe McHugh TD has launched a new art and design competition for senior cycle students to create a logo representing

Education Feature News

Record investment in Education and Skills with hundreds of new teachers and more than 1,000 additional special needs assistants

Budget increases by €360 million to €11.1 billion as special education, small schools and teaching principals benefit from new investment. More higher

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New €230,000 mobile library launched by Wicklow County Council

A new €230,000 mobile library launched today (Monday) by Wicklow County Council will carry over 3,000 items and have a “bounce pad” providing easy internet

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Make Way Day – Local Authorities Support Disability Groups

Fingal County Council, along with 19 other local authorities, will support local disabilities groups as they hit the streets on Make Way Day, which is

Education News

Expect to Connect at Wainfest 2019

‘Expect to Connect’ this October as Wainfest, the annual Children’s Arts and Book Festival makes its highly anticipated return. The festival, organised by

Education News

Cork City Libraries receive €45,000 boost from Dormant Accounts Fund

Cork City Libraries are set to benefit from a €45,000 grant from the Dormant Accounts Fund, a fund designed to support programmes that enhance the

Education Feature News Transport

New Ship Launched to Spearhead Marine Engineering Training

The training programme has been developed by a steering group of boat building and maintenance employers (Brian O’Sullivan – Marine, Tralee; Ger