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Council Partners News
Metropolitan Mayor Cllr. Jason Murphy officially launched the Jubilee Memorial Community Garden in Central Avenue, Lisduggan. The concept for the community garden was spearheaded by Larchville Lisduggan Residents Association in a bid to develop a space in the heart of a thriving Waterford community that residents and visitors alike can enjoy. Jointly funded by Waterford
Council Partners Health News
Minister of State for Public Health, Wellbeing and the National Drugs Strategy, Hildegarde Naughton TD joined Cathaoirleach of Cavan County Council, Councillor John Paul Feeley in visiting new projects that have been funded by Sláintecare Healthy Communities Programme and Healthy Ireland.   In the first engagement of the day Minister Naughton visited Johnston Central
Education News
The Minister for Education Norma Foley TD launched the new Primary Curriculum Framework for all primary and special schools. The Primary Curriculum Framework will shape the work of all primary and special schools for the coming years. This is the first curriculum framework for primary education in Ireland. Under the framework, schools will have a […]
Council Partners News Transport
Cork County Council has taken delivery of two electric compact sweepers, marking a significant step forward in the Council’s commitment to promoting and implementing sustainable practices. This is the first time any Local Authority in Ireland has taken delivery of such machines, which will be used to maintain the expanding network of pedestrian and cycle […]
Business News
Co Down law firm Fisher & Fisher is celebrating after reaching the momentous milestone of 125 years in business, with a range of celebration events planned across 2023. The firm has offices in Newry, Newcastle, Kilkeel, Rathfriland, Belfast and Donaghadee, and is one of the longest-established businesses still operating under the same brand name in […]