July 3, 2020

UCC offering over 500 free or subsided places for those looking to upskill

Over 500 free or subsided postgraduate and higher diploma places arebeing offered by University College Cork (UCC) to those seeking toupskill during the economic downturn. Workers […]
July 3, 2020

A treetop sky-bridge, visitor centre and cafe have been given the go-ahead as part of plans to develop Dublin’s historic Hellfire Club forest lands into a major tourist attraction.

However, local groups are angry with An Bord Pleana’s  decision toapprove the development South Dublin Co Co owns the land and is to develop along with […]
June 24, 2020

The statue of Luke Kelly in South King Street was vandalised last night.

he statue  was doused in white paint overnight. Earlier this year another statue of the famous singer in Guild St,East Wall was damaged for the fourth […]
June 24, 2020

Ireland places 9th in the European Innovation Scoreboard 2020

Ireland has placed 9th in the European Commission’s annual EuropeanInnovation Scoreboard and remains in the group of Strong Innovators,performing above the EU average. The Scoreboard provides […]
June 17, 2020

Survey shows that Dubliners rank the city’s nightlife poorly versus European peers

Dubliners have a negative view of nightlife in the city, with 73%rating it as either somewhat or very poor. That’s according to a new ‘Your Dublin […]
June 17, 2020

SUPPORTING THE IRISH HEALTH SECTOR DURING COVID-19 €1M VALUE UNLOCKED BY ONLINE REMOTE WORK QUALIFICATION

When the Irish health sector was suddenly required to work-from-homedue to government policy, Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin)and e-Learning solutions company Enovation knew they had to […]
June 17, 2020

The Irish Wildlife Trust welcomes the Programme for Government as potentially transformative for the Irish landscape.

The Irish Wildlife Trust (IWT) is welcoming the Programme forGovernment (PfG) presented by Fianna Fáil, the Green Party and FineGael as containing a number of elements […]
June 3, 2020

Dublin boy takes home top prize in gardening challenge for primary school children

A Dublin boy has taken home a top prize in a gardening challengecreated for primary school students to participate in during thecountry’s lockdown period. Agri Aware’s […]
June 3, 2020

Dublin City Libraries launches new ‘Call and Collect’ service

Dublin City Libraries will launch a new pilot ‘Call and Collect’service from next Monday 8th June. The first six libraries to offer the service are Cabra, […]
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