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The Football Association of Ireland is proud to announce that football players representing the Republic of Ireland Senior Men and Senior Women’s international teams will receive equal pay on international duty with immediate effect in a ground-breaking deal for Irish sport. The historic three-way agreement between the Men’s and Women’s squads and the FAI was […]
Council Partners Culture Environment News
The Lord Mayor of Cork, Cllr. Colm Kelleher will officially launch 8 newly installed city parklets this week, on August 31st and September 2nd. Following a call-out for “parklet partners” in September 2020, a number of local businesses and community associations were selected to take part in the National Transport Authority-funded scheme.  The parklets, designed by […]
Business Financial News Technology
There’s seemingly no end to the business applications of artificial intelligence. From fraud detection to forecasting sales and analysing consumer behaviour, AI has rapidly become a powerful tool for enterprises across the world. In recent years, building societies and credit unions have increasingly looked to AI as a way to modernise their operations and better […]
Culture News
The Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media, Catherine Martin T.D., has announced a new initiative under the Creative Imagination Strand of the Decade of Centenaries Programme 2012-2023– ‘Poetry as Commemoration’. The project is led by the UCD Library’s Irish Poetry Reading Archive and supported by the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts,
Culture Environment News Transport
Part floating arts studio, part science lab, the recently-launched Eco Showboat project boasts action and ambition by the bucket-load. With the aim of connecting communities along Ireland’s waterways to ignite urgent climate action and build a shared, zero-carbon future; the Eco Showboat project website and an exhibition of the vessel’s design drawings were launched in