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Health Housing News
The Minister for Housing, Local Government and Heritage, Darragh O’Brien TD and the Minister of State with responsibility for Planning and Local Government Peter Burke TD have today (7 May) approved funding of more than €23m million for the Disabled Persons Grant scheme (DPG) and Improvement Works In Lieu of social housing scheme (IWILs). Every […]
Education Health News Technology
Image: RCSI.com A new website focused on helping educators to address the diverse mental health needs of young people has been launched today by RCSI University of Medicine and Health Sciences. Mental Health Educate provides access to a range of resources to help educators bring mental health and well-being into schools and other educational settings. The […]
Business Culture Environment News Tourism
Image: Unsplash Following a call for proposals for Agri-Food Tourism Initiatives under the 2021 Rural Innovation and Development Fund in January, the Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine Charlie McConalogue T.D, has announced the projects that will receive funding from his Department. Minister McConalogue said, “2020 and 2021 have been difficult
Culture Environment
Image: Unsplash Is your community interested in: · Becoming a resilient, vibrant and sustainable community? · Reducing its carbon emissions and energy use? · Working well together? If so, Donegal County Council invites you to register your interest in joining Donegal’s Decarbonising Journey. Under the Climate Action Plan 2019 each Local Authority is required to identify a
Culture News
Pictured above (L-R) Mayor of Fingal Cllr. David Healy and Emer O’Gorman, Director of Economic Enterprise Tourism and Cultural Development Fingal County Council Press Release 04-05-21 Fingal County Council is delighted to announce an exciting and varied programme for Cruinniú na nÓg which takes place on June 12, 2021.  Fingal County Council is delighted to […]
Environment News
image unsplash PROJECT DETAILS 2Mw Wind Turbine has been installed by Enerpower at Kepak in North Condonstown, Watergrasshill in Co. Cork. The installation of this turbine is part of the commitment from Kepak to cut their carbon footprint intensity by 2030 as committed to as  part of their 2019 Sustainability report. Wind energy provides a […]