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Minister Joe O’Brien T.D., Minister of State at the Department of Rural and Community Development has today announced an increase in funding of almost €1m to local authorities to support their community functions. This additional funding will in particular support the work of the Local Community Development Committees (LCDCs) through Additional Staff Resource (ASR) payments.
Minister for Rural and Community Development, Heather Humphreys T.D. has launched a major national awareness campaign to remind dog owners of their responsibilities. The campaign entitled – ‘It’s not your dog’s fault, it’s yours’ – is aimed at increasing awareness of the harm that out-of-control dogs can do to people and to livestock. The goal […]
News Tourism
O’Callaghan Coaches from Co. Kerry received the Outstanding Employer Award at Fáilte Ireland’s Employer Excellence Awards which took place in the Lyrath Estate Hotel in Kilkenny last night. The awards ceremony celebrated businesses who have demonstrated their commitment to making the tourism industry an appealing and rewarding place to work through their participation in
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The ‘Digitising Galway’s Graveyard Heritage’ project has been named the overall winner of the ‘Community Engagement’ category of Esri Ireland’s annual ‘Customer Success Awards’ held in Dublin’s Anantara The Marker Hotel. The project from Galway County Council sought to digitise over 40,000 graveyard memorial records across County Galway and made them publicly available online.
Business Culture News
Cork City was recently ranked very highly on FDI’s European Cities and Regions of the Future 2024 awards. Beating off stiff competition in the highly competitive small city category, which includes well-established business cities like Geneva, Cambridge, Basel and Luxembourg. In addition to placing first for FDI strategy, Cork was placed: Topping the rankings for