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Business Health News
AbbVie, a global research-driven biopharmaceutical company with a significant presence across six Irish locations, opened a new €23 million European manufacturing services hub in Clonshaugh, North Dublin.  The state-of-the-art facility spans two sites within the IDA Business Park in Clonshaugh and serves as an international base for a range of supply chain, manufacturing
Council Partners News Tourism
Waterford has recently marked the successful conclusion of the Fáilte Ireland Destination Towns initiative, a groundbreaking project that has significantly enriched the visitor experience within the city. The project, generously supported by a €500,000 investment from Fáilte Ireland, has achieved its objectives, breathing new life into Waterford City’s cultural and
Housing News
Whether you’re looking to rent or buy, a number of supports are now available so that you can be opening doors to your new home. Different initiatives help in different ways. Some target first time buyers. Some make buying or renting more affordable. Others help with refurbishment. The Help to Buy scheme: if you are a first […]
Council Partners News Transport
Driveyou in partnership with Fingal County Council, ear marked twelve suitable locations across Blanchardstown, Swords, Malahide, Sutton, Rush, Balbriggan and Skerries where a community car sharing service would integrate with the day to day needs of people in these areas. New Driveyou.ie locations in Fingal: Main Street, Blanchardstown Dublin Road, Swords Liam Rodgers
Council Partners Culture Environment News
A visionary new climate action arts project responding to the ecological, cultural, industrial and historical heritage of Cork’s Glen River Park launches in the city this Friday, September 22nd. The project titled ‘Gleann a’ Phúca’ – referring to the fact the area was once known as ‘Glen of the Spooks’ – aims to celebrate, protect […]
Health News
Minister of State with responsibility for Farm Safety at the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Martin Heydon TD, and Minister for Public Health, Wellbeing and the National Drugs Strategy, Hildegarde Naughton TD, launched On Feírm Ground 2, an expanded programme to raise awareness and to support farmers health and wellbeing, at the National […]
Business Financial News
Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Simon Coveney, along with the Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Charlie McConalogue, and Minister for Finance, Michael McGrath, have announced Bank of Ireland as the first lender to the market for the €500 million Growth and Sustainability Loan Scheme. A number of other lenders, including non-bank lenders, […]
Council Partners Environment News
Galway City Council, in collaboration with Galway Tidy Towns, have installed three new water bottle filling stations in the City Centre, to make it easier for the public to fill their water bottles. The new stations are on Churchyard Street, outside Sheridan’s Cheesemongers; Dominick Street, outside the old Canal House; and outside the Eyre Square […]
Business News Technology
A team of researchers at Trinity College Dublin has secured €365,000 in funding to develop an AI-driven platform to address failings in ethics and compliance that are causing large multinational companies to suffer huge losses every year due to fraud, corruption and unethical behaviour. IntegrityIQ will be a spin-out of Trinity Business School, a top-ranking […]
Health News Sport
The Minister for Public Health, Wellbeing and the National Drugs Strategy, Hildegarde Naughton, and the Minister for Sport and Physical Education, Thomas Byrne, have launched the Get Ireland Walking strategy 2023-2027 and announced Healthy Ireland funding of €1.46 million to Sport Ireland for 2023. Get Ireland Walking was established in 2013 with the support of […]