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Established in 2013, BUMBLEance had one vision, to provide transportation services for children affected by serious and life limiting conditions in a fun and safe environment. It is the official Children’s National Ambulance Service of Ireland. They provide safe and comfortable transportation for Ireland’s youngest patients as they travel between their homes and hospitals,
Health News
The Minister of State for Public Health, Wellbeing and the National Drugs Strategy, Frank Feighan TD, has welcomed confirmation that community drug projects in Tallaght – Jobstown Assisting Drug Dependency (Jadd) and Community Action Response Programme (Carp) – are continuing to provide drug services, including crack cocaine services. HSE addiction services fund both
Business Financial News
Highvern has established an Irish office, led by country head Philip Dempsey and directors Adrian Bailie and Emma Keane in three new appointments. The Irish office will provide corporate and fund administration services to both regulated and unregulated structures ranging across debt, capital markets, real estate, infrastructure, private equity, and other alternative asset
Education Health News Technology
University College Cork (UCC) researchers have won highly competitive European Research Council (ERC) funding totalling €4.75m.   UCC researchers secured the most number of awards of any Irish Higher Education Institution in the European Union’s most competitive grant call in 15 years.   Three UCC researchers won the highly prestigious discovery research grants
Health News
The Minister for Health, Stephen Donnelly TD, the Chief Medical Officer, Dr Tony Holohan and Chair of the National Immunisation Advisory Council, Professor Karina Butler are jointly encouraging parents and guardians to get their children vaccinated for Covid-19. Ireland’s paediatric vaccination programme is underway for children aged 5 to 11 who: have a health condition
Council Partners News Sport
Limerick Sports Partnership is to receive an additional €204,665 as part of government plans to help sport recover and grow in the aftermath of the COVID-19 restrictions. A total €78.9 million euro has been allocated to National Governing Bodies and the Sports Partnership Network under two separate support programmes announced by the Department of Tourism, […]
Business Financial News
Chambers Ireland, the voice of business throughout Ireland, argues the Exchequer Returns emphasise the strong economic position we are in, despite two years of the pandemic. Strong tax returns, particularly in income tax, demonstrate that Government policy to support businesses and jobs has been correct. This suggests that we will be in an ideal position […]
Business News Tourism Transport
Minister Eamon Ryan T.D. and Minister of State Hildegarde Naughton T.D., have announced that Ireland’s newest airline, Emerald Airlines, will operate the Government funded public service obligation air route between Donegal and Dublin airports, under the Aer Lingus Regional brand. The current temporary contract operated by Amapola Flyg AB following the collapse of Stobart
News Transport
With the increase in staycations over the last 18 months, the beauty of home has become more apparent than ever. From road trips in the mountains to camping by the coast, both locals and tourists are choosing to explore Ireland – who can blame them? Whether you fill up with petrol, diesel or charge your […]