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Sea swimming’s explosion in popularity during the Covid-19 pandemic has led scientists to call for more rapid, detailed and year-round testing of bathing water quality. In this Podcast, we spoke to Nadia Jones. Nadia, along with her father Gerry initiated The Save Our Sea (SOS) campaign in Dublin Bay. This campaign which has gathered over […]
Feature News
Public Service-wide Innovation Week takes place from today (Monday 19th) until 23rd October. The Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, Michael McGrath TD, today (Monday) launched Public Service Innovation Week. Innovation Week provides us with an opportunity to highlight the importance of continuous improvement in our Public Service. For Ireland to succeed we need a
Health News
Dysautonomia is a term that you may never have heard about before, and that’s why Dysautonomia Awareness Month is so important! The purpose of this occasion is to increase the support that people with this condition receive in their communities, as well as lowering diagnostic delays. Read on to discover more about Dysautonomia Awareness Month […]
News Podcasts
Fiona Cormican has over 20 years’ experience in the delivery of social housing projects in a senior management capacity. She currently holds the position of Director of New Business with Clúid Housing, Ireland’s largest housing association with a portfolio of assets in excess of €600 million and a three year new business pipeline of projects […]
Environment News
The local authority has a €15 million plan for Ireland’s first data centre-based ‘district heating system’. SOUTH DUBLIN COUNTY Council will use excess heat from Amazon’s new data centre in Tallaght to warm nearby homes and businesses in Ireland’s first public system based around one of the power-hungry facilities. The local authority recently called for […]
Culture News
Has your primary school signed up for the free ‘Heritage in Schools’ virtual programme?  Primary schools in County Donegal have until Wednesday, October 14th to participate in this pilot programme run by The Heritage Council in partnership with the Donegal Education Centre and the County Donegal Heritage Office, Donegal County Council. “This is an exciting
Environment Housing News
The MATCH-UP project aims to improve low carbon interchanges at local level to improve public transport by learning from our Interregional partners. The Southern Regional Assembly is delighted to release the MATCH-UP project 10 Minute Town Video and the MATCH-UP 10 Minute Town Framework full report which was inspired by learnings from the Interregional partners […]
Business News
Local Enterprise Office Kerry announces ‘National Women’s Enterprise Day’ as new figures show 20,500 female entrepreneurs have taken up supports this year across the country Free events moving online for National Women’s Enterprise Day on Wednesday, October 14th New 2020 figures*: Over 20,500 female entrepreneurs have taken part in Local Enterprise Offices’ training
Feature News
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 […]