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Taoiseach Micheál Martin unveiled the Sport Ireland Campus Masterplan Vision, the ambitious blueprint which proposes a vision and framework for the growth of the Sport Ireland Campus and the long-term development of associated sporting facilities over the next 15–20 years. The masterplan captures the aspirations of Sport Ireland and identifies a proposed guide for the […]
Health News
The Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly and the Minister for Public Health, Frank Feighan, received government approval to introduce additional regulation on the sale and advertising of nicotine inhaling products such as e-cigarettes. Under the new proposals, the sale of e-cigarettes (and related nicotine inhaling products) will be prohibited from self-service vending
Council Partners Culture News
‘Brigid 1500’ is a programme of national and international events and initiatives to celebrate and commemorate St. Brigid, the woman, the life and the legacy launched at St. Brigid’s Cathedral. According to leading Brigidine experts, 2024 marks the 1500th anniversary of the death of St. Brigid and thus, St. Brigid’s Day, 1st February 2024 will be a key […]
Education News
Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science, Simon Harris, has welcomed the launch of the National Action Plan for Open Research 2022-2030. The Plan outlines objectives and actions for the next chapter in Ireland’s transition towards open research. Speaking at the launch, Minister Harris said, “open research is a priority for Impact
Council Partners Housing News
Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council, in partnership with the Land Development Agency (LDA) have started construction on the largest public housing scheme in the State in recent years at Shanganagh, Shankill, Co Dublin. The project’s commencement was marked in a sod turning ceremony by Councillor Mary Hanafin, An Cathaoirleach, Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council, An
Business News Technology
IDA Ireland welcomes the official opening of Logitech International’s new facility at City Gate Plaza in Cork. Established in 1981, Logitech is a global provider of personal computer, tablet, and mobile accessories. Headquartered in Lausanne, Switzerland, Logitech employs 8,200 people in over thirty countries worldwide. With products sold in almost every country in the
Business Environment Housing News
Cork based software company Retrokit is making waves in the environmental sector through its daring approach to making housing energy efficient. The award-winning company provides a strategic toolkit for local authorities and housing associations, assisting them in their retrofitting projects. This helps to optimise investment, meet climate targets, and reduce the carbon
Council Partners News
Award-winning screen and stage writer, author and director, Stefanie Preissner will MC a conference ‘Pathways to Participation – Attracting and Sustaining Women as Leaders in Communities, Politics and Business’ at Cork City Hall. Organised on behalf of Cork City Council’s Women’s Caucus and in collaboration with Women for Election, speakers will address challenges
Education News
Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science Simon Harris has announced an €11 million capital investment in the Advanced Manufacturing Training Centre of Excellence (AMTCE) in Dundalk, Co Louth. Minister Harris confirmed capital investment to expand and refurbish the centre to facilitate AMTCE. In addition, Minister Harris also confirmed
Business Financial News
Building on the progress to date to improve terms and conditions for workers, the Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Leo Varadkar, has announced the introduction of a national living wage for employees. As agreed by Government, the national living wage will be set at 60% of hourly median wages in line with […]