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For the first time Transition Year students at Castleknock Community College got to experience a road safety instruction programme through the use of modern Virtual Reality (VR) technology when Fingal County Council, in partnership with AVIVA Driving School, brought the VR experience ‘Your Life – Your Choice’ to Castleknock Community College on Wednesday 29 January […]
Business Environment News
€140 million invested by Government in sustainable energy actions across a range of sectors in 2019, securing total investment of €400 million 24,700 homeowners, 4,700 car owners, and more than 800 businesses are using less energy, have lower energy bills and are better placed for carbon tax increases 2.5 million tonnes of CO2 will be […]
Housing News
Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council, in partnership with the Land Development Agency, has submitted an application for approval to An Bord Pleanála on 29th January 2020, in accordance with Section 175 of the Planning and Development Act 2000, as amended, for the development of circa 9.69 hectares of land zoned for residential development within the Woodbrook–Shanganagh
News Technology
On Friday 24 January 2020, Athlone Institute of Technology and Westmeath County Council officially opened an ‘Athlone IT Learning Gate’ at the Mullingar e-Working Centre, Áras an Chontae, Mount Street, Mullingar, ensuring Higher Education opportunities are available to those living and working in Mullingar and its surrounding regions. The Athlone IT Learning Gate, a
Financial News
Mayo County Council has announced its support of todays release of  the ‘A Region in Transition: The Way Forward’ study. The purpose of the report is to provide evidence that the Northern and Western Regions’ capacity for greater government investment in the region’s key growth enablers. The report also details how the region also has […]
Education Environment Feature News
Limerick’s green credentials deepened today as it launched its European Green Leaf Year with the announcement of a programme of events to mark the European Commission designation. Some 26 events and initiatives are so far scheduled for a packed programme in Limerick, which was awarded the designation along with Belgian city Mechelen in recognition of its […]
Environment Housing News Technology
Esri’s digital mapping technology used by local authority to manage housing, planning, finance, property management, roads, environment and customer service Tech is enabling Council to complete double the number of housing inspections per year Council has created a number of engaging story maps to promote tourism in the region Esri Ireland, the market leader in […]
Housing News
As 2019 moves swiftly into 2020, Clúid Housing – Ireland’s largest Approved Housing Body (AHB) – moves into its 26th year. With that in mind, the association is planning on how to build on a quarter century which has seen it go from a few houses in Clondalkin to over 7,000 across the country.Clúid Housing’s […]
News
Traditional change management as we know it is obsolete. Even the very notion that change can be managed feels absurd given the reality and pace of business today. The intent of executives—to deliver results more sustainably and more quickly— remains the same, but the context in which organisations operate today is fundamentally shifting, and so […]
Education News
Limerick Local Enterprise Office has launched its Training & Development Programme for 2020. The Training & Development Programme 2020 contains over 70 training programmes as well as information on business advice clinics running throughout the year and is targeted at small business owners. The Programme also contains details of other initiatives such as the