Make the best of the May Bank Holiday with Click&Go’s top offers

The Easter Holidays may be over but don’t miss your chance to getaway in May! Make the best of the upcoming May bank holiday with a trip to Berlin, Budapest, Krakow, Vienna or Prague. 5* Berlin from €399 per person From €399 per person. Price is per person based on 2 adults sharing for travel the […]

Survey shows growing optimism in foodservice sector and hospitality sector

A survey conducted ahead of CATEX 2013, by flagship event of the Irish Foodservice Suppliers Association (IFSA) has found growing optimism in the foodservice and hospitality sector, with almost 4 out of 10 businesses likely to increase employment levels in 2013. A total of 39% of respondents said that they are more upbeat about the […]

New Video by the Corrigan Brothers- There’s no team as Wembley as Bradford City     Corrigan Brothers the Irish Band who have amassed over ten million youtube hits as well as charting all over the world with their huge international hit “There’s no one as Irish as Barack Obama” and who just last week appeared on coast to coast TV in the USA on the msnbc programme […]

Launch of the Public Consultation on the draft National Radon Control Strategy for Ireland

Fergus O’Dowd, T.D., Minister of State at the Department of Environment, Community and Local Government, today (17 January, 2013) launched the public consultation on the draft National Radon Control Strategy for Ireland. Speaking at the National Radon Forum in Dublin, Minister O’Dowd stressed that input from the public is key to ensuring that Ireland has […]

Agri Aware Calls on Consumers to Buy Irish this Christmas

Agri Aware, the agri-food educational body,has appealed to the general public to support the Irish agri-food industry, by buying local, quality and sustainably produced Irish food this Christmas. According to Agri Aware’s Chairman, Bernard Donohue, buying Irish will support 300,000 jobs on farms and in Irish agri-food companies nationwide. “This is the time of year […]

The AET condemns the government enabling eviction

The Anti Eviction Taskforce strongly condemns the intentions of the Irish Government in seeking to change the 2011 Judgment on the Land and Conveyance Law Reform Act 2009. This Judgment currently makes it difficult for banks to gain repossession orders and has been one of the few protections available to distressed mortgage holders. Its existence is a […]

Relax! SEAT offers 3 Years of Worry-Free Motoring

3,000km Free Fuel 3% Finance 3 Years Warranty 3 Years Roadside Assistance 3 Years Free Servicing SEAT Ireland, the Irish Motor Industry’s Best Kept Secret, has unveiled a quintet of special offers to take the stress out of buying a new car in 2013. The SEAT brand is enjoying a renaissance in Ireland, with two […]

Campaign “fully prepared to legally defend householders if they are taken to court”

 The Campaign Against Household and Water Taxes (CAHWT) has announced that is “fully prepared to legally defend householders” and will be organising “massive protests” at court cases, aimed at making it “politically impossible for the government to continue with their strategy” of trying to impose the household and property taxes.  A Campaign press conference held […]

Dublin Guitar Quartet head for Nenagh Arts Centre

The Dublin Guitar Quartet who perform at Nenagh Arts Centre on the 22nd September is Ireland’s leading guitar ensemble and includes Brian Bolger, Pat Brunnock, David Creevy and Tomas O’Durcain. The quartet’s concerts include a mix of celebrated works of the guitar quartet repertoire and modern classics by internationally acclaimed composers such Philip Glass, Steve […]

IFA Secures Strong Commitment From Minister Coveney on Protecting the Single Farm Payment in CAP 2013

At a meeting in Dublin this week, the Minister of Agriculture Simon Coveney told the IFA President John Bryan that he was making some progress to deal with Ireland’s concerns on CAP reform, and especially on securing a flexible payment model based on approximation to protect the Single Farm Payment of farmers. Minister Coveney told […]

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