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Following the recent signing of contracts, Mayo County Council has confirmed that construction of the Mary Robinson Centre in Ballina will commence on December 5th. The project entails the conservation and refurbishment of the original Robinson family home with a contemporary new build extension. The project is located on Emmet Street looking over the world-famous […]
Culture News
The mother of Cranberries front woman Dolores O’Riordan has presented another Limerick singer/ songwriter with the first ever music bursary established in memory of her late daughter. Eileen O’Riordan was the guest of honour as Limerick City and County Council presented a number of bursaries to artists including one to Emma Langford, who is the […]
Feature Health News
The Minister for Children and Youth Affairs, Dr Katherine Zappone T.D., has today marked the opening of the National Childcare Scheme (NCS) for online applications with An Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar TD. The National Childcare Scheme opened for online applications on Wednesday 20th November 2019.  Acknowledging this achievement, Minister Zappone stated: This is a landmark
News Transport
dlr Municipal Service Department in consultation with the Planning Department and the Infrastructure and Climate Change Department have now made a further submission to Bus Connects following the 2nd round of public consultation. This submission can be found here. This submission adds to the previous submission and will deal with both strategic level issues and more
Fingal County Council has launched its inaugural Public Service Innovation Week with a showcase of Digital Innovation talks for staff. Public Service Innovation Week is an initiative of the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform under OurPublicSevice2020. The aim of this week is to encourage public sector organisations to highlight innovation in the workplace and […]
Feature Housing News
Commenting on these reports Minister Murphy said: “Rebuilding Ireland continues to put in place supports to help people out of homelessness. Today we see that those sleeping rough is at its lowest level since 2015 and the lowest since Rebuilding Ireland began. In October, there was a decrease of 23 families and 47 children in […]