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Chambers Ireland, the voice of business throughout Ireland, has welcomed the Government’s revised National Development Plan which was launched this week. Supporting the increased ambition in the plan, the organisation acknowledges the need for Government catch up on the lost decade of investment over the 2010s. In the medium to long-term, it believes that investment […]
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With high-tech carbon frames and aerodynamic wheels, today’s modern bicycle is anything but cheap. It makes sense you’d want to protect your investment and make your bike last longer. Fortunately, there are some easy things you can do to help prolong your bike’s longevity. Here are nine ways to make your bike last longer: Clean […]
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Bike Week 2021 will kick off on Sunday September 12th and end on Saturday September 18th. Fingal County Council’s Department of Environment, Climate Action and Active Travel are delighted to announce an exciting programme of events taking place across Fingal. Further details will be available here over the coming weeks, so please check back to see what […]
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The Irish Coast Guard has launched the new ‘Oil/HNS Contingency Plan Approval Portal’ which will support contingency planning for oil spills. This marks a further milestone in the implementation of the National Maritime Oil/HNS Spill Contingency Plan 2020 and will improve the national regime of preparedness and response to pollution incidents. In line with the […]
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Part floating arts studio, part science lab, the recently-launched Eco Showboat project boasts action and ambition by the bucket-load. With the aim of connecting communities along Ireland’s waterways to ignite urgent climate action and build a shared, zero-carbon future; the Eco Showboat project website and an exhibition of the vessel’s design drawings were launched in
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The Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Leo Varadkar T.D., the Minister for Finance, Paschal Donohoe T.D. the Minister of State, with responsibility for Financial Services, Credit Unions and Insurance, Séan Fleming T.D., and the Minister of State with responsibility for Company Law, Robert Troy T.D., welcomed the outcome of the CCPC investigation
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The National Transport Authority (TFI) marked the recent sale of the 5 millionth Leap Card, the convenient way to pay for public transport services in across the country. Despite the challenges faced by the public transport sector over the past 18 months, Leap has continued to grow and become ever more essential. Of the 5 […]