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In early October, we spoke to Fiona Leahy from the Local Enterprise Office in Kerry. Ms Leahy, a Business Advisor & Training Coordinator for Kerry’s LEO was kind enough to take part in a brief interview regarding the “We’re stronger together” campaign. “We’re stronger together” was the message coming from Local Enterprise Offices around the […]
Feature Financial News Uncategorized
Finance Minister Pascal Donohoe and Public Expenditure Minister Michael McGrath outlined the details in the Dáil this afternoon. The Government has unveiled a €17.75 billion budget package in the Dail. There will be a €3.4 billion COVID-19 recovery fund aimed at increasing employment by targeting domestic demand. As part of the stimulus package, the VAT rate for
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The principle of non-violence — also known as non-violent resistance — rejects the use of physical violence in order to achieve social or political change. Often described as “the politics of ordinary people”, this form of social struggle has been adopted by mass populations all over the world in campaigns for social justice. The International […]
Environment Feature News
WHAT IS INTERNATIONAL COFFEE DAY? International Coffee Day on 1 October brings together coffee lovers in a global celebration to share their love of coffee and support the millions of farmers whose livelihoods depend on it. WHAT IS THIS YEAR’S FOCUS? This year, the International Coffee Organisation is working to highlight the plight of coffee farmers, the threat […]
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Dublin’s distinct communities, urban villages, and Georgian core are intrinsic to the city’s unique feel and atmosphere. However, Dublin needs ambitious andprogressive planning to become a world leader as a smart and sustainable city.By creating a 15 Minute City we can significantly enhance the liveability ofDublin. Reduced congestion and pollution, enhanced public spaces,
Business Feature News
Diageo has today announced that it has chosen Ballymore as its partner to deliver the transformation of 12.6 acres of its iconic St. James’s Gate site into one of the most dynamic urban quarters in Europe. Ballymore is a developer with vast and varied experience, notably in established and historic cityscapes like Old Spitalfields Market […]
Feature Health News
Chef Brian McDermott’s Cookery Videos As part of Healthy Ireland at your Library, Donegal Library Service are delighted to announce that Chef Brian McDermott will be hosting two masterclass cookery videos on our Facebook page on Saturday 12th September The first recipe will be a Chicken Stir Fry and this will be aired at 11.00am. […]
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The creation of 14 new ‘people friendly’ streets and an investment of up to €2 million in the wider city’s existing cycling infrastructure forms part of a series of transformative initiatives unveiled today in the “Re-imagining Cork City” programme. “Re-imagining Cork City” represents an immediate response to social distancing requirements resulting from Covid-19 but also