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Council Partners News
Limerick City and County Council has been selected as one of 13 international cities to participate on the prestigious Bloomberg Center for Public Innovation at Johns Hopkins University’s 2022 Innovation Training program. The program will provide consulting, training, and networking to address a key issue facing its residents. The training, delivered in partnership with
Culture News Technology
Minister of State Jack Chambers, visited the TechFéile event at Ionad Óige na hÉireann in County Meath. TechFéile is the largest Irish language technology event for young people aged 12–18 who attend Irish-medium schools and youth clubs, and who participate in the annual TechSpace programme with Kinia. Speaking, Minister of State Chambers said, “I am […]
Council Partners Environment News
The Mayor of South Dublin County, Councillor Peter Kavanagh, has launched a new litter bin sticker campaign at an event in Corkagh Park. The sticker was designed by Comhairle Na nÓg and Foróige in conjunction with the Environmental Awareness section of South Dublin County Council and highlights the importance of not leaving your rubbish on […]
Business News
The Minister for Social Protection, Heather Humphreys TD, has attended a major Jobs Recruitment Fair in Dublin – the first event of its kind since the lifting of Covid-19 restrictions. Over 1,000 prospective jobseekers and 50 employers, including several multi-national companies, were present at the event in Swords, North County Dublin. A number of Ukrainian […]
Business News
The Alliance for Insurance Reform has marked the first anniversary of the implementation of the Judicial Guidelines for personal injury awards by publishing the results of a major new survey showing that: 42% of organisations say that insurance premiums are threatening their future. 90% say Government is not doing enough to address the issue of insurance costs.
Education News
The Minister for Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth, Roderic O’Gorman, is pleased to announce a €200,000 ‘Sharing Knowledge’ Fund, which will be rolled out as part of the What Works initiative and funded through Dormant Accounts Funding. The ‘Sharing Knowledge’ Fund builds on the 2021 What Works ‘Learning Together’ Fund to support learning, share […]
Business Health News
Global biopharmaceutical company BioMarin sought a unique way to celebrate 10 years in Ireland by recognising the deep connection to the communities in which it operates, especially rare disease populations. Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, Michael McGrath TD officially unveiled The Giving Tree – a specially-commissioned sculpture by Cork-based artist, Rachel
Business News
Amcor, a global leader in developing and producing responsible , have announced new jobs to establish new thermoforming capabilities for medical packaging in its Sligo, Ireland, healthcare packaging facility. The multi-million-euro investment is expected to double the revenue of the site, increase the site’s footprint and create approximately 75 new jobs. It will also