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Donegal County Council and the Donegal Road Safety Working Group will once again partner Finn Harps Football Club to assist with the promotion of Road Safety in Donegal with the Road Safety Art Competition. The competition was officially launched on Wednesday 8 January at Gaelscoil Adhamhnáin, Letterkenny by the Cathaoirleach, Cllr. Nicholas Crossan, Director of […]
Education Environment News
Ireland’s Ambassadors, Permanent Representatives, and Consuls General from over 90 missions in our global network gathered today, Monday 6 January, to examine significant shifts in the geopolitical landscape as part of the Heads of Missions Conference 2020. This conference marks 18 months since the launch of the ‘Global Ireland—Ireland’s Global Footprint to 2025’ strategy,
Education Environment Feature News
Understanding the role that water plays in our daily lives Research commissioned by Irish Water and conducted by B&A indicates that 44% of the Irish public admit they ‘know nothing or not very much’ about the work carried out by Irish Water and almost 80% of those surveyed say that they are interested in hearing […]
Education Feature News
The Minister for Education and Skills Joe McHugh TD has launched a new art and design competition for senior cycle students to create a logo representing Wellbeing in Education/Folláin san Oideachas. The winning design will be used on all materials and resources supporting the Department’s Wellbeing Policy in all schools and centres for education. Minister […]
Education Feature News
Budget increases by €360 million to €11.1 billion as special education, small schools and teaching principals benefit from new investment. More higher education places and new third level courses being created as part of new €60 million fund. Increase in funding for apprenticeships and training under the National Training Fund. Budget 2020 provides the fourth […]
Education News
‘Expect to Connect’ this October as Wainfest, the annual Children’s Arts and Book Festival makes its highly anticipated return. The festival, organised by Donegal County Council’s Culture Division, is one of the country’s leading children’s festivals. This year, the week-long festival will run from October 5th – 13th 2019. Children and their families are invited […]
Education News
The 2018 gradireland Graduate Salary & Graduate Recruitment Trends Survey gauges the temperature of the graduate recruitment market in terms of what employers are paying, what skills are in demand, what recruitment methods are most common and much more. The gradireland Graduate Salary & Graduate Recruitment Trends Survey 2018 was published earlier this year and
Business Education
‘Tangent, Trinity’s Ideas Workspace’ hopes to build upon Trinity’s position as a European leader in innovation and entrepreneurship and Dublin as a location of choice for technology investment and new start-up creation. Innovation experts and student entrepreneurs gathered for the launch of ‘Tangent, Trinity’s Ideas Workspace’. This exciting new initiative at Trinity