Registrations invited for ‘Meet the Buyer’ event for the Social Housing PPP Bundle 1

Enterprise Ireland, in association with the National Development Finance Agency and Dublin City Council, is inviting registration for a ‘Meet the Buyer’ event for the Social Housing PPP Bundle 1. The event will take place at the Round Room in the Mansion House from 8am – 12 noon on 14 March 2018 and is free of charge.   This […]

Insurance industry is actively undermining NCT certification process – Mattie McGrath TD

Independent TD Mattie McGrath has called on the Minister of State with special responsibility for Financial Services and Insurance, Michael D’Arcy, to immediately investigate the growing practice of insurance companies denying cover to vehicles that are over ten years old. Deputy McGrath was speaking after being contacted by a significant number of people who are […]

EPA 2017 in Review: Waste prevention initiatives are gaining traction

 In its review of 2017 the EPA reports that, in addition to delivering on its core reporting and enforcement roles, several of its waste prevention and resource efficiency activities made significant progress during the year. Laura Burke, Director General of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) said, “The EPA provides leadership by identifying new and innovative practices that […]

Discover Europe’s undiscovered wildlife frontier with Ireland’s Wildlife Tours

Perched on the northwestern edge of Europe, Ireland is world renowned for its stunning vistas, dramatic Atlantic headlands and breathtaking coastal scenery. But when it comes to wildlife tourism, Ireland simply isn’t on most people’s radar. Wildlife enthusiasts Calvin Jones and Colin Barton are looking to change that with the launch of Ireland’s Wildlife Tours, […]

Chef Network Skillnet to Deliver Professional Development Training for Chefs

Chef Network will now be recognised as an official training body for Ireland’s chefs. The online chef community, with almost 3000 members, has been awarded Skillnets funding to provide professional development training for the sector. The funding will be used to support training across the areas of Personal & Leadership, Business and Culinary Skills for […]

CSO Reclassification Risks Moving the Goalposts for Housing Associations that are Delivering 1/3 of all new Social Housing

– The Joint Committee on Housing, Planning and Local Government heard from representatives from the Irish Council for Social Housing (ICSH) today who have called for a cross-departmental team to be established to work alongside housing association to ensure the CSO/Eurostat classification does not derail our social housing delivery programme –     Speaking at today’s Joint Committee […]

55 Young Musicians from County Laois to Perform at Annual National Festival of Youth Orchestras in the National Concert Hall

  On Saturday, 10 February 2018, 55 Young Musicians from County Laois will take to the stage of the National Concert Hall, Dublin, as part of the 23rd Annual ‘Festival of Youth Orchestras’, hosted by the IAYO. Under the baton of renowned composer Elaine Agnew, whose works have been performed worldwide by artists including the RTÉ National […]

Agri Aware seeks entrants for their inaugural photography competition #agrishoot

Are you a budding photographer? Love to take a selfie? Agri Aware Ireland’s independent agri-food educational body wants to see agriculture through your eyes, from a snap of your Mammy’s hearty stew to your favourite view! The inaugural Agri Aware #agrishoot photography competition was launched today by Irish international rugby player and farmer Sean O’Brien at his […]

Free GP care for USI students with VideoDoc

374,000 USI student members to have access to free online GP consultations   VideoDoc, the Irish leading digital healthcare provider, is announcing their 7 day a week online GP service will be provided free of charge to all 374,000 student members of the Union of Students in Ireland (USI).  The service will be available free […]

Irish Guide Dogs Release Top Tips For Dining With Pets

In support of recent changes by the Food Safety Authority allowing domestic pets access to food businesses Irish Guide Dogs for the blind has published its ‘Five Top Tips’ for pet owners looking to bring their dog or cat to a restaurant or bar. The organisation believe this is a great initiative and now hope […]

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