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Business Council Partners Health News
Local authorities improved their performance across a range of indicators during 2020, despite Covid-19 challenges and while providing additional innovations and services during the pandemic. The NOAC Local Authority Performance Indicator Report 2020 shows local authorities made advances last year, in particular in the areas of housing, business supports, and online
Business News
Poly has announced it will open its new EMEA office in Galway, expected to create more than 200 high-skilled jobs over the next five years. The global communications company is investing in the region to meet the growing demand for its premium audio and video products as businesses adjust to managing highly distributed workforces. The Galway […]
Business Council Partners News
Following on from a phenomenally successful 2020 campaign, #BuyDonegal will once again return in 2021, showcasing the best of Donegal business! The campaign provides an opportunity for businesses across the county to highlight their exciting and innovative range of products and services and most importantly encourage people to buy them. The initiative, developed by Donegal
Business Health News
Boston Scientific Corporation has announced it is to invest €30 million in its Cork facility to accelerate the development and manufacturing of minimally-invasive medical technologies that treat patients suffering from cancer and peripheral arterial diseases around the world. This research, development, and innovation (RD&I) investment, which is supported by the Irish
Health News
The Minister for Health, Stephen Donnelly TD, and Sláintecare have welcomed and shown support Positive Ageing Week 2021. This year’s theme is focused on Reconnecting Communities by Reframing Ageing. Sláintecare is shifting narratives around ageing, and one of the main objectives of Sláintecare is to enable people to age well at home or in their […]
Council Partners Environment News
Lord Mayor of Cork Cllr. Colm Kelleher visited Greenmount National School to launch a new programme to tackle litter for the city’s primary schools called Picker Pals.  The programme, run by environmental NGO VOICE (Voice of Irish Concern for the Environment) and supported by Cork City Council’s Waste Enforcement section, motivates and equips children with […]
Education Health News
Pop-up vaccination clinics will begin over 15 colleges campuses today as thousands of first years enter college for the first time. Speaking today, Minister of State for Skills and Further Education Niall Collins said, “today, thousands of students, many of them first years, are beginning an incredibly exciting chapter of their lives as they return […]