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Innovate Limerick through Film in Limerick has partnered with Gorm Media to launch a new diversity initiative to support under-represented in the film and TV industry. Supported by Screen Skills Ireland, the initiative responds to the under-representation of people from culturally and ethnically diverse communities working in Irish filmmaking, and the barriers faced by
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 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
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 […]
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An Cathaoirleach of Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown (DLR) County Council, Lettie McCarthy, Interim Chief Executive Tom McHugh, Director of Services Anne Devine and Sarah McCullough, Project Manager – Landscape were on hand with Niall McElwaine from Clonmel Enterprises on Wednesday 22nd September to mark the launch of the construction of Tully Park Phase 2 within the Cherrywood […]
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Dublin City Council would like to announce that 8 local social enterprises have been awarded funding and supports at the Dublin City Social Enterprise Awards. These social enterprises are actively working to address important issues and achieve a social, societal or environmental impact, rather than maximising profits for owners or shareholders. The issues that the […]
Council Partners Culture News
Public art, light installations and performance spaces to transform cities and towns under Fáilte Ireland’s Urban Animation Investment Scheme. Minister for Tourism Catherine Martin TD and Fáilte Ireland have announced the locations where projects of scale will be developed that will transform and re-imagine urban spaces.  Following a competitive process, the pilot €5
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Female entrepreneurs and budding businesswomen from across Cork City are being encouraged to look to the future and register for this year’s National Women’s Enterprise Day (NWED) after the line-up for the event was announced.  The Local Enterprise Office (LEO) initiative, now in its 15th year, will be hosted by founder and broadcaster Aine Kerr. Traditionally […]
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Joe O’Brien TD Minster of State with responsibility for Community Development and Charities, launched a new National Pilot Community Volunteers Programme in partnership with Volunteer Ireland and Volunteer Centres, supported by Local Authorities. This exciting new volunteering initiative is a government led, nationally formulated programme for the whole of Ireland which
Council Partners Housing News
Cork City Council has been shortlisted in several categories under the ICSH Allianz Social Housing Awards 2021 and is inviting the public to vote in the competition. Voting opened on Monday 6th September at 8.00am and will close at midnight Monday the 13th  of September. The ICSH Allianz Community Housing Awards showcase innovative and sustainable social housing projects