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Education News
Minister for Further and Higher Education, Innovation, Research and Science, Simon Harris has welcomed news that a record number of applications have been made to take part in the Erasmus+ programme over the next two years. Up to 7,000 people have applied for Erasmus+, compared to 5,100 who applied in February 2020. Léargas and the […]
Business Environment Health News
The Department of the Environment, Climate and Communications and the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment intend to seek proposals from the research community on the social, economic and environmental implications of reduced working time to a four day working week. Similar research has been carried out in other jurisdictions to give consideration to how, […]
Business Health News Technology
IDA Ireland welcomes the announcement by biotech company Horizon Therapeutics plc that it is to establish a manufacturing facility in Waterford which will employ 90 people. The new global biotech manufacturing operation will produce drug product for Horizon’s rare, autoimmune and severe inflammatory disease portfolio. The project is supported by the Irish Government
Culture News
The Minister for Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth, Roderic O’Gorman, has announced that €1.4 million is to be provided to front-line youth services and clubs nationally to support their reopening as COVID-19 restrictions are being eased. The re-engagement and support of volunteers who are the backbone of youth services nationally is a key focus […]
Education News
As demand for remote work and study sets in for the long-run, Trinity Business School launches ‘four years in the making’ Flexible Executive MBA, only weeks after unveiling new state-of-the-art ‘Matrix Room.’ With 80% online delivery, and 20% on-campus learning, the new Flexible Executive MBA will complement the existing Full-Time and Executive MBA programmes already
News Tourism
Center Parcs has announced major expansion plans by submitting a planning application for a significant investment to further develop its resort in County Longford. Building on the success of the resort since opening in July 2019, Center Parcs is now planning to increase the number of lodges and further develop the existing facilities. The proposed […]
Culture News
The Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media, Catherine Martin TD has announced recipients of the €25 million in funding to assist commercial venues, producers and promoters to plan live performances across the country over the summer months, with a total of 237 organisations benefitting from the scheme. This live performance support scheme […]
News Technology
The world’s population is set to reach a staggering 8.6 billion within ten years, two-thirds of which is expected to be living in urban areas and cities. This growth means the significance of powering smart cities is more relevant than ever. As population density grows, so too does the number of smart devices, estimated to […]
Culture News
Letterkenny Chamber of Commerce in partnership with Donegal County Council is pleased to announce the submission by Joseph McCallion as the winning design concept in the architectural competition to re-imagine Market Square, Letterkenny. Launched in July 2020, the competition invited concept design proposals to redesign Market Square as a great public space that people