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Leading manufacturer of heating technologies Grant has unveiled the latest addition to its extensive product portfolio – the Grant Aerona 3 R32 air source heat pump range. The new range of A+++ heat pumps, available in outputs of 6kW, 10kW, 13kW and 17kW, incorporates the more environmentally friendly R32 refrigerant which champions a lower global […]
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MINISTER HEATHER HUMPHREYS ANNOUNCES WINNERS OF IRELAND’S BEST YOUNG ENTREPRENEUR AWARDS A 34 year old former accountant was named Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur (IBYE) for 2019 at today’s awards ceremony in Dublin.  Sharon Cunningham, co-founder of Shorla Pharma, who are supported by Local Enterprise Office Tipperary, took home the top award at today’s event after
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EUROPEAN MOBILITY WEEK is focusing on ‘safe walking and cycling’ and the ways active mobility can benefit our health, environment, and bank balances. The Transport and Mobility Forum will be holding 3 great events on Friday 20th September to show how Cork City and County are moving towards more low-carbon, active mobility.  Tickets for all […]
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Recently a large number of food producers such as restaurant owners, supermarket groups, and chefs gathered at the Limerick Institute of Technology to participate in the Meet the Buyer Event. This event, which hosted more than 75 up and coming businesses, allows participants to pitch their ideas to the top trade buyers from Ireland, Northern […]
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For the first time ever tonight, Cork City Council’s monthly meetings will be paperless as all council documentation is to be presented in electronic format only. Previously, councillors received their agenda, council reports, information and responses to individual councillor questions in a bundle known colloquially as ‘the council pack’.  Instead, councillors and
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Dublin’s climate is changing and this poses significant risks and challenges to all of those living in the region. In response to this, South Dublin County Council has produced the Climate Change Action Plan 2019-2024 in association with Codema (Dublin’s Energy Agency) and the Dublin Metropolitan Climate Action Regional Office (CARO). The Climate Change Action […]
The role of modal Interchange to foster low carbon mobility. MATCH-UP focuses on the optimisation of travel hubs – that is the places where people change between low carbon transport modes – Walking/Cycling, Public Transport, Rail Transport and Green Vehicles.  This project aims to improve these interchanges at local level to improve public transport by […]
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A new community planned for South Dublin County on the lands that make up the Clonburris Strategic Development Zone has recently been approved by An Bord Pleanála, subject to modifications. The land, comprising approximately 280 hectares, is located between the established communities of Lucan, Clondalkin and Liffey Valley. The lands have been designated by the […]
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Louise and Stephen Murphy founded a start-up company in County Carlow that would seek to revolutionise cycling security in a rapidly changing urban landscape. In 2014, Louise and Stephen Murphy founded a start-up company in County Carlow that would seek to revolutionise cycling security in a rapidly changing urban landscape. Cyc-Lok Ltd. is a completely […]
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Climate Action and Environment Minister Richard Bruton and Business, Enterprise and Innovation Minister Heather Humphreys this morning outlined the government’s plans to reduce harmful emissions from industry at an industry meeting held in Dublin Castle. They also took the opportunity to launch Pillar 5 of Future Jobs Ireland, the whole-of-Government strategy to prepare
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Multi-award winning marine biologist, wildlife cameraman and documentary producer Doug Allan will be visiting Donegal next week to speak at the two-day Connecting our Coastline conference which will be held in the Redcastle Oceanfront Hotel. The conference which will take place on the 5th and 6th September will look at opportunities to continue to develop