Intel to offer a number of scholarships to third level students

A monetary grant of up to €12,000, a placement opportunity and Intel mentor offered to students as part of Intel scholarship program As thousands of students across the country this week receive CAO offers and look forward to the next chapter in their education journey, Intel is announcing details of their continued support of a […]

Stay Fulfilled This Summer With HB’s Happyful Yoghurt!

HB Ice Cream, Ireland’s leading purveyor of happiness, has today introduced a deliciously healthy sweet treat in association with the nation’s favourite vitamin and protein bar, Fulfil.   Available for a limited time only, The HB Happyful Yoghurt offers an irresistible combination of natural yoghurt layered with freshly cut fruit, creamy soft-served ice cream and […]

New Mercedes-Benz S-Class A ‘Technological Master Class’

Flagship model of the Mercedes-Benz range – and the best selling luxury saloon in the world last year – the S-Class saloon has sold well over 300,000 units since its introduction in 2013.   Now, in its latest form, the S-Class has many new elements that distinguish it from its predecessor, including an eye-watering array […]

ALONE – Need For Increase In Home Care Budget ’

ALONE, the charity that supports older people to age at home, is calling on the government to increase funding for homecare following the report that 90,000 bed days have been lost in the hospital system so far this year because of delayed discharges.  This is according to HSE figures provided to Fianna Fáil health spokesman Billy Kelleher. […]

Food Companies Encouraged To ‘Think Digital’

Bord Bia today announced a partnership with the Digital Marketing Institute to offer Irish food and drink companies an opportunity to grow and develop their online presence with a view to increasing brand awareness and sales. Clonmel based company, O’Donnells Crisps was on hand to launch ‘Think Digital’, a 6-month digital marketing programme available to all […]

Guide To Joining A Local Youth Arts Project This Autumn

What questions should you be asking before joining a local youth arts project? A new guide published by the National Youth Council of Ireland today aims to help young people and their parents choose the after school activities that are right for them. With such a variety of exciting after school activities available locally, it’s […]

Irish Diesel Owners Could Get Trade-In Bonus

Vehicle history and data expert Cartell.ie reports today (16th August) on the numbers of Diesel Euro 4 (EU4) emission standard vehicles and below in the Irish fleet that could be entitled to a trade-in bonus. With reports in the media that some vehicle manufacturers are set to introduce diesel scrappage schemes to incentivise the roll-out of […]

Ibec Welcomes Increase In Number Of Lleaving Certificate StudentsTaking Hhigher Level Mathematics

Ibec welcomes increase in number of leaving certificate students taking higher level mathematics Government should incentivise key subjects and move towards inquiry and experiential based learning to match skills to business needs Ibec, the group that represents Irish business, has welcomed the continued increase in the number of leaving certificate students taking higher level mathematics […]

UK Customs Proposals Very Negative For Irish Agriculture – IFA

IFA President Joe Healy has said the UK’s insistence on leaving the customs union and pursuing an independent trade policy amount to a hard Brexit and is potentially very negative for Irish agriculture and the value of our agri-food exports.   The IFA President was commenting on the UK Government’s Position Paper on Future Customs […]

Sean Kelly Conquers 17th Annual Tour de Munster Charity Cycle

From August 10th to 13th, cycling legend Sean Kelly led over 100 amateur cyclists on the four day, 600 km Tour de Munster charity cycle around the six counties of Munster, culminating in Cork City on Sunday evening. The Tour de Munster cycle is now in its 17th year, with funds raised going to Down Syndrome Ireland (DSI) Munster […]

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