Clúid Housing’s legal eagles won the ‘In-House Legal Team of the Year’ category at the 2018 Irish Law Awards on May 11 at the Clayton Hotel on Dublin’s Burlington Road, Continue Reading →
James Kennedy has been appointed as Chairperson to the National Standards Authority of Ireland (NSAI) Board, following an open Public Appointments Service (PAS) process.
Dublin Chamber has welcomed the news that Irish Water intends to proceed with the construction of a new water source for the Eastern and Midlands Region.
Irish councillors joined their counterparts from across Europe for the Spring 2018 Session of the Congress of Local & Regional Authorities (CLRA) at Strasbourg. Pictured (l-r): Tom Moylan, AILG Director; Continue Reading →
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 →
The International Energy Research Centre (IERC) and the Tyndall National Institute have jointly secured €600,000 in energy research funding to deliver the H2020 ‘RECO2ST Project’ – a new energy research Continue Reading →
Cork, Waterford and Wexford will benefit from a new tourism initiative – Celtic Routes – which aims to encourage and attract visitors to explore new areas of Ireland’s coast.
The new Enhanced Long-term Social Housing Leasing Scheme, which has been launched in Dublin, is just one of a large number of actions being taken to implement Rebuilding Ireland, the Government’s Continue Reading →
A new strategy to develop tourism across Limerick city and county envisages that the total number of visitors to Limerick will reach 1.17 million per annum, generating more than €360 Continue Reading →
Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council has taken delivery of six electric powered Citroen Berlingo Vans for its fleet operations. The electric vans will replace existing diesel powered vehicles and will based in the Continue Reading →