€625,000 funding opportunity for innovative Irish businesses in the Circular Economy

 The EPA’s Green Enterprise: Innovation for a Circular Economy fund worth €625,000 is now open for applications. Applications for project funding in the range of €50k to €100k are invited, to support Irish businesses develop circular solutions in product and service design, production, distribution, use of resources – including raw materials and waste reduction. The fund is […]

Number of properties available to rent hits three and a half year low

The number of properties available to rent nationwide at the start of 2012 is at its lowest level in three and a half years, according to the latest report published today by Ireland’s largest property website, Daft.ie. The number of properties available to rent nationwide has fallen by 5.7%. This is primarily driven by Dublin, […]

Crime down in Laois since 2011, but increase in burglaries!

Crime dropped in Laois last year but there has been a huge rise in burglaries in the south of the county. Annual figures published by Chief Superintendent Frank Moore last week showed that reported incidents of crime have dropped by 12 per cent. In the area covered by Abbeyleix Gardai, crime is down three per […]