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Council Partners Housing News
A new development in Hollystown has been opened by the Mayor of Fingal, Cllr. Adrian Henchy, celebrating the launch of Marillac Housing Association’s newly completed housing project that will be home to a number of adults living with disability. Local TD and Minister for Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth Roderic O’Gorman also attended the […]
Council Partners News Transport
Louth County Council are supporting the ‘Gift A Lift’ road safety Christmas campaign, raising awareness of the importance of planning the journey home during the festive season. Louth County Council Fire Service, together with An Garda Síochána and the National Ambulance Service, have launched their annual campaign highlighting the need to think ahead when heading […]
Culture News
Stephen Gerard Kelly and Garry Keane’s ‘In The Shadow of Beirut’ will return to the Irish Film Institute’s screens from this Friday, 15th December. The Screen Ireland supported film was selected as Ireland’s entry for the Oscars®’ Best International Feature Film category by the Irish Film & Television Academy this October, and is currently on
Council Partners News Transport
Mayo County Council’s Road Safety Office have launched a new Road Safety awareness campaign short film in conjunction with An Garda Siochana ahead of the Christmas Period. The theme of the campaign is ‘The Choice is Yours’ and was filmed on location in Westport by Mayo based production company Western Front Studios. The awareness film […]
Business News
Digital Business Ireland, the country’s largest representative body for digital and online businesses has urged the public to ‘Click Green, Buy Nearby’ in the Christmas shopping rush. Following the announcement of the finalists for the National Digital Awards 2023, proudly supported by PTSB, DBI have compiled a list of 24 top businesses to buy from […]
News Technology
The Public Service Innovation Fund 2024 has been launched by Minister for Public Expenditure, NDP Delivery and Reform, Paschal Donohoe TD. This competitive fund aims to support innovative, technology-based projects from across the Public Service which provide better public services. Since 2019, the Public Service Innovation Fund has provided around €3.5 million in funding
Business News
US tech company WP Engine is hiring at its Limerick office as it accelerates its growth in Europe. The WordPress company, which provides managed hosting as well as e-commerce and enterprise offerings, is hiring for 20 new roles in Ireland, which includes software engineers, pricing analysts, technical support and more. The company first came to […]
Council Partners News Transport
A public information event relating to proposals to connect Wickham Street and Clare Street in Limerick city centre via an Active Travel scheme is to be held, with the project continuing to progress. This upcoming information session follows a round of non-statutory public consultation which was held between April 26th and May 24th, 2023. As part […]
Health News Technology
The National Institute for Bioprocessing Research and Training (NIBRT) hosted the opening of CONCEPT, a pioneering core facility dedicated to fostering innovation, collaboration, and cutting-edge early-stage biotherapy research.    The opening, attended by a range of delegates from academia, industry and government including Dr Ruth Freeman, Director, Science for Society,
Business News
Verizon Communications, one of the world’s leading providers of enterprise and consumer communications and technology services, has announced the establishment of a Global Centre of Excellence in Limerick, Ireland. This initiative will create hundreds of jobs over the next two years with and has full support of the Irish Government through IDA Ireland. Active in […]