The Development Technology in the Community Research Group of Dublin Institute of Technology, Engineers Without Borders Ireland and Habitat for Humanity will host a conference on 9 and 10 October Continue Reading →
Fifteen local authorities across the country will take part in the first-ever national Make Way Day on Wednesday 26 September, alongside leading disability organisations to call for greater public awareness Continue Reading →
An €8m investment package for libraries nationwide, which aims to enhance ICT infrastructure, create new meeting spaces with state-of-the-art technology and provide dedicated digital learning suites, has been approved by Continue Reading →
A total of 880 projects are set to receive funding from this year’s Local Agenda 21 (LA21) Environmental Partnership Fund, which supports local environmental initiatives by communities, individuals and not-for-profit Continue Reading →
Kildare County Council, in association with the Gardaí, are making a joint appeal for motorcyclists to ‘Bike Safe’ while motorists are also urged to watch out for motorcyclists and to Continue Reading →
Cork County Council has been instrumental in attracting the 11th Service Design Global Conference to Ireland for the first time, which will take place in Dublin on 11-12 October.
Planning and housing experts, architects and artists will come together with local authority representatives, and those engaged in health and social care, geography, arts and heritage for a conference at Continue Reading →
A further 71 new build social housing homes have been delivered across the county by Fingal County Council as its construction programme continues to ramp up.
Donegal’s Seven Strategic Towns Local Area Plan is the first consolidated local area plan for An Clochán Liath/Dungloe, Ballybofey-Stranorlar, Ballyshannon, Bridgend, Carndonagh, Donegal Town and Killybegs for 2018 to 2024.
Circle VHA (Voluntary Housing Association) was a winner in the ‘Tenant Empowerment’ category at this year’s Chartered Institute of Housing Awards in recognition of its work with the residents of Continue Reading →