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Cork County Council’s Library and Arts Service has launched its 2023 calendar featuring colourful illustrations designed by children from all corners of Cork County.  This year’s art competition invited children to enter a picture based on the theme of ‘Our Library: A welcome for all’ to reflect the message that Cork County Council’s Libraries provide a welcome […]
Council Partners Environment Health News
Clare County Council’s Healthy Clare and Greener Clare teams have joined forces to deliver a five-week ‘Healthier and Greener Christmas and New Year’ campaign. The campaign launched on Monday, 12th December, 2022, and will continue until Sunday, 15th January, 2023. The weekly themes of the campaign are: Reducing your Food Waste Week Bring Your Reusable […]
Council Partners News
The Kildare County Development Plan 2023-2029 was adopted by Kildare County Council and will come into effect on 28th January 2023. The County Development Plan is the key strategy document which supports the proper planning and sustainable development of land-use across County Kildare over the plan period and beyond. The Strategic Vision of the Plan is […]
Council Partners News
The Minister for Rural and Community Development, Heather Humphreys, has announced over €27 million in funding that will combat dereliction and breathe new life into rural towns and villages. The announcement represents the largest ever investment under the Town and Village Renewal Scheme and will see a range of landmark projects delivered across rural Ireland. […]
Council Partners News
Dún Laoghaire Baths will be welcomed back by the people of the town. Elected members, local businesses and community representatives will join Councillor Mary Hanafin, An Cathaoirleach and Frank Curran, Chief Executive, Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council, at an official ceremony to celebrate the re-opening of the well-known public facility. Councillor Mary Hanafin,
Council Partners Environment News
The three local authorities of Wicklow, Meath, and Kildare County Councils have come together to address their combined climate mitigation ambitions through the formation of the Mid East Energy Unit. The establishment of the Mid East Energy Unit will provide a platform for the three local authorities to work collaboratively to bring about measurable climate […]