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Flights on the Waterford-London Luton route are set to resume at the end of this month, with Belgian-based VLM Airlines to fly 12 times a week in each direction. Services to London will consist of twice-daily Monday-Friday flights, as well as a Saturday and a Sunday service. Operations began on Monday, April 27. VLM will […]
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It’s due to become one of the major political hot potatoes over the next couple of years, but many people don’t yet realise that Ireland has signed up to massive carbon reductions by 2020. In the 2007 Government White Paper, Delivering a Sustainable Energy Future for Ireland, a target has been set for a 20% […]
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The Riverside Park Hotel Enniscorthy was the venue for a very well attended public meeting on Thursday last 19th March 2015, when over 150 people from all over County Wexford met to develop, consider and agree a Programme of Celebratory Events to commerate the Centenary of the Easter 1916 Rising in County Wexford. The organising […]
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This year will see the development of a €4 million whiskey distillery and visitor’s centre in the town of Lahardane, Co Mayo. Ahead of the official opening of the first whiskey distillery to operate in County Mayo in over a century, Dr. Paul Davis, Managing Director of Nephin Whiskey Company, took time out to tell […]
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Student entrepreneur’s from three local secondary schools ( Loreto Abbey, Dalkey, St. Raphaela’s, Stillorgan and St. Andrew’s College, Blackrock) will represent Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County at the Student Enterprise Awards National Final in Croke Park on Wednesday, 22nd April. Co-ordinated locally by Local Enterprise Office Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown, the competition is the
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How we introduce ourselves to someone new can reveal a lot about the type of person we are. Traditionally in most countries throughout the world people tend to greet one another by shaking hands. You could be forgiven for thinking that shaking hands is a standard practice but there are many different forms of handshake […]
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Most new laws receive little attention and Ireland’s adoption of the EU Energy Efficiency Directive (2012/27/EU) is no exception. On first viewing, the directive imposes yet more obligations on industry. However the intent should be seen as admirable and ultimately business friendly. In a nutshell, one of its provisions SI426 applies to you if you […]
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With an objective to showcase Meath to the world, a most eagerly awaited first ever Meath Enterprise Week, Conference and Exhibition will take place from 17th – 20th November. Focusing on three distinct themes of Digital, Food and Women in Business, the week long programme includes enterprise events, seminars, workshops and schools programmes taking place […]