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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
Business Education News
Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science Simon Harris and Minister of State for Skills and Further Education Niall Collins have today launched 10,158 places on 294 courses under Springboard+ 2021 for unemployed, self-employed or returners to work. There are also 1,101 places on 1 and 2 year information technology (ICT) graduate […]
Culture News Tourism
A major investment of €73 million to develop four new world-class Irish tourist attractions has been announced by the Minister for Tourism Catherine Martin and Fáilte Ireland today. Fáilte Ireland is investing €44.3million of the total investment in what Minster Martin is describing as “the most significant investment in visitor attractions ever undertaken by Fáilte
Business Education News
The HEA is launching its call for applications to the Gender Equality Enhancement Fund 2021. The aim of this fund is to advance gender equality initiatives in Irish higher education. Applications under the Fund will open on Friday, June 4, and the deadline for submission of applications will be 12 noon on Friday, September 24, […]
Culture Health News
Sport Ireland has today announced an investment package of €5.9million in Dormant Accounts Funding for a wide range of sport and physical activity measures countrywide at an event in Corduff Community Resource Centre. The investment aims to engage communities across the country, focusing on people with disabilities, people who are educationally disadvantaged and from
Education Housing News
The Minister for Housing, Local Government and Heritage Darragh O’Brien TD and the Minister for Further and Higher Education, Simon Harris TD, have today (9th June 2021) announced new student rental protections. Under the Residential Tenancies (No. 2) Bill 2021 any upfront payment upon the commencement of a tenancy will be restricted to a total […]
Business News
The Irish Local Development Network (ILDN) have criticised the Government’s proposal to replace the employment service delivered by Local Employment Services (LES). The new Regional Employment Service which seeks to replace existing Jobs Clubs and Local Employment Services which have been assisting those out of work in Communities for 25 years is being initiated in […]
Business Health News
As the impact of the vaccine roll-out continues to show promise, Chambers Ireland has called on Irish businesses to be flexible in facilitating employees to receive their vaccine. Chambers Ireland Chief Executive Ian Talbot said, “as the National Vaccination Programme moves to vaccinate people in their 40’s and younger, businesses in Ireland can show continued […]