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Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science Simon Harris TD has announced €1m in funding for research projects for researchers and community organisations to collaborate on societal issues. The 77 projects from The Irish Research Council will reach communities across the country and beyond, focusing on diverse societal challenges. Among the
Education News Technology
Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science Simon Harris TD has opened the Bright Futures in Technology event at the 2022 BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition. Bright Futures in Technology, run by Connecting Women in Technology (CWIT), brings together figures from the world of technology to share their experience with second […]
Council Partners News Transport
The significant re-drawing of traffic management priorities on Cork’s historic city centre island continues with the advancement of works on the MacCurtain Street Public Transport Improvement Scheme. The scheme will improve the reliability and journey times of bus services in the city centre and, in parallel, will provide improved walking and cycling infrastructure along
Council Partners Environment News
Mayo County Council are delighted to receive their SEAI Energy Efficiency Measures plaques presented by Project Coordinators Clár ICH. This project was funded by SEAI’s Community Scheme and represents a unique partnership between Bord Na Mona, the nominated Participating Energy Supplier (PES), Mayo County Council as beneficiary, Clár ICH as project coordinators and SEAI as
News Tourism
The first two schemes in the €50 million Tourism Business Continuity Programme 2022 open for applications this week. The Strategic Tourism Transport Business Continuity Scheme opens for applications today, 11th January 2022, and will support eligible tourism transport operators including Coach Tourism Operators, Tourism Chauffeur, Limousine Services and Escorted Private
Council Partners Culture History News Tourism
The Ardagh Station House and Abbeyfeale Railway Goods Shed along the Limerick Greenway will once again welcome visitors thanks to funding from the Rural Regeneration Development Fund. A total of €600,000 has been allocated to Limerick City and County Council for the projects in Ardagh and Abbeyfeale in the latest tranche of funding by the […]