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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 […]
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Developer Sean Mulryan’s Ballymore Group will submit a fast-track planning application to An Bord Pleanála today for the development of a 23-storey apartment block in Dublin city centre. The proposed tower forms part of the wider Connolly Quarter mixed-use scheme, Ballymore and its Singapore-headquartered partner, Oxley Holdings, are aiming to deliver on a 2.88 hectare
Feature News Transport
An Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar, Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Shane Ross, and Minister for Rural & Community Development Michael Ring announced today the Government’s approval to allow Mayo County Council, under the direction of Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII), to award the main construction contract for the N5 Westport to Turlough Road Project. This
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 […]
Feature News Transport
Proposed construction of a new pedestrian and cycle bridge over the Dublin-Belfast Railway Line 220 metres south of Donabate Train Station, Donabate, Co. Dublin. In accordance with Part XI of the Local Government Planning and Development Act 2000 (as amended) and Part 8 of the Planning and Development Regulations 2001 (as amended), Fingal County Council […]
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Funded by Interreg Europe programme, DIGITAL REGIONS project partners from Slovenia, Romania, Bulgaria, Spain, Portugal, Germany, Switzerland and Ireland have met for the first time on 8th October for the kick-off meeting in Letterkenny (Co. Donegal, Ireland). The event, hosted by Lead Partner ERNACT, has served to start discussions on how to improve innovation policies
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Kerry County Council has begun to outline its application for a greenway cycle and walkway through small farms and towns along the old railway line skirting the N70 Ring of Kerry in south Kerry, which was announced in 2014, but which has still to be constructed. The proposed South Kerry Greenway will rise from sea […]
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The community is urged to remember that bonfires can cause serious damage and injuries both to the environment and to health, Glenties Municipal District has heard. In the lead up to Halloween, Donegal County Council is asking local communities not to provide materials for bonfires. People should be aware that bonfires can also very often […]
Environment Feature News
On Thursday 3rd October 2019 the Fingal Greener Communities Awards were held in County Hall, Swords. This important competition has over the years enhanced Fingal County Council’s relationship with residents, community groups and individuals of the county. In attendance on the night were Mayor of Fingal Cllr. Eoghan O’Brien and Fingal County Council Chief Executive […]