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Construction Information Services (CIS) have announced the publication of their Q3 2017 Construction Market Review. The report is an analysis of activity in the construction sector for the first 9 months of 2017 and a comparative analysis against the corresponding period in 2016. It also provides an insight into the overall planning pipeline for the remainder […]
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Pinergy has announced the establishment of a new Energy Services division which promises to provide domestic and business customers with a range of energy efficient technology solutions. Pinergy has partnered with some of Ireland’s most innovative energy technology providers that support a range of solutions. Energy technology partners who have signed up to support the
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The EU was called upon last week to abolish daylight savings time in a parliamentary committee. The Finnish parliamentary transport and communications committee gave its recommendation after more than 70,000 Finns signed a petition for citizens asking their government to cease this seasonal procedure. Their argument, that daylight savings time has an adverse effect on […]
Health News
The Green Party has today accused the Government of “misleading the public” over the levels of funding allocated for mental health services in Budget 2018. According to the Mental Health Reform charity, Minister Jim Daly has confirmed that the €35m ‘additional’ spending for 2018 includes €20m carried over from the 2017 budget. This means there will only […]
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As Budget 2018 announcements are underway by Minister Paschal Donohue in the Dail, here are a few changes that will be implemented: The economy will grow by 4.3 percent this year and 3.5 percent next year. A Rainy Day Fund is to be established in the coming year, with at least €1.5bn to be transferred to it […]
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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 […]