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Cork County Council has launched a new parking initiative aimed at helping older people get around the county more easily. The new plan will see a selection of parking bays designated as ‘age friendly’ spots – similar to the mother and child parking bays found in many supermarkets throughout the country. The council has said […]
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Phase 2 of The Ulster Canal Greenway (UCG) project is a pioneering move to develop the first sustainable transport alternative for cross-border commuters. The Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Shane Ross TD and the Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Heather Humphreys TD, have launched the EU INTERREG VA funded €4.95m Ulster Canal […]
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An initiative of the Department of Business, Enterprise and Innovation, ‘Taking Care of Business’ will bring together up to 30 State bodies, agencies and units, and builds on the success of previous events in recent years, which have been attended by more than 2000 people from across the country. Businesses are being encouraged to register […]
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A six-year assessment of surface water quality between 2010 and 2015 by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has found “unwelcome declines in Irish water quality” in hundreds of water bodies around the country. Water in hundreds of rivers, lakes, estuaries, groundwater bodies and along our coasts is failing to reach acceptable quality standards. The findings […]
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A new industry-funded scheme to recycle “end-of-life” vehicles has been set up by Minister for Environment Denis Naughten. The end of life vehicle environmental scheme, known as ELVES (ELV Environmental Services), will operate like the Weee scheme for recycling waste electrical equipment or the Repak ELT for end-of-life tyres. The new compliance scheme that has […]
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Deber filet mignon picanha meatball frankfurter pork belly prosciutto tenderloin fatback shank ball tip pastrami pork chop strip steak. Swine Themeforest ribeye andouille pastrami pork kevin. Pork loin chuck ham pork capicola. Pancetta t-bone cow drumstick tail jowl salami tri-tip shank pig turkey turducken ground round pork swine.. Strip steak beef ribs pork belly
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€1.3m in fresh funding has been awarded to 34 European research teams, working on offshore renewable energy technologies. The Marine and Renewable Energy Ireland centre (MaREI) based in University College Cork (UCC) is currently heading up a €10.5m EU project to accelerate offshore renewable energy technology and infrastructure. The project provides support to developers
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Cork, Dublin and Galway have been named among the best cities in Europe for cultural vibrancy and cultural infrastructure in a special European Report launched in Brussels. The first edition of the Cultural and Creative Cities Monitor considers how 168 cities across 30 European countries perform when it comes to Cultural Vibrancy, the Creative Economy […]
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Ireland’s national maritime festival SeaFest attracted 101,113 visitors to Galway Harbour during the three day event, generating €6.3 million for the city. The figures, just released show a 68% growth in attendance in just one year. Last year SeaFest attracted 60,000 visitors to the festival in Galway, and in 2015, its inaugural year, it netted […]
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A new survey of 1,000 of business professionals across Ireland, has shown the vast majority (85%) have insufficient IT skills. The survey, carried out by Code Institute, asked participants to carry out a “tech diagnostic” test, which included 10 entry-level technical questions about modern IT, from what is the Internet of Things and what is […]
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Some 20,951 companies were newly incorporated in 2016 in Ireland, an increase of 7.9 per cent on the previous year, while 8,302 companies were struck off the companies register for failure to file an annual return. However, the number of business names registered decreased, with 24,848 registered last year. According to the Companies Registration Office […]