Second call for proposals under €60 million Regional Enterprise Development Fund – Minister Pat Breen.

Minister for Trade, Employment, Business, EU Digital Single Market and Data Protection, Pat Breen said he is looking forward to seeing the next wave of exciting and innovative initiatives that will be supported by the Regional Enterprise Development Fund and drive employment creation in the regions. The minister of state was speaking at the launch […]

Flexibility Can Be Used In ANC Review – IFA

IFA Rural Development Chairman Joe Brady has said sufficient flexibilities are available to ensure that ANC payments can increase and that areas currently designated can be fully protected in the upcoming review of ANC areas in Ireland.   Speaking at a special COPA meeting on the role of ANC payments in the CAP post-2020 today […]

Good Friday Agreement Not Honoured By Forgetting Key Players – Mattie McGrath

Independent TD Mattie McGrath has called on both the government and the Fianna Fail party to give significantly more prominence to those who were instrumental in bringing about the Good Friday Agreement, but who now seem to be excluded from the current political debate on the issue. Deputy McGrath was speaking after former government adviser, Dr. Martin […]

New Memoir Describes A Young Girl’s Move To The Gaeltacht In The 1970’s

Following a doctor’s warning to change his high-pressured job as a manager in Stanley’s Waterford Iron Foundry, Joe Foley, along with his wife, Ena, decided to uproot his family altogether and move from the elegant surroundings of Lower Newtown in Waterford city to the wilds of the Gaeltacht, An Rinn. It may have only been […]

Majority Of Motorists See Saving On Car Insurance By Shopping Around – AA Ireland

Motorists who fail to shop around at the time of their car insurance renewal could be missing out on an opportunity to lower their premiums, AA Ireland has warned. A recent survey of over 4,000 motorists undertaken by AA Car Insurance found that a majority of respondents were able to lower their insurance costs by […]

IFAC Climbs In List Of Top Accountancy Firms

In the Finance Magazine annual survey of Ireland’s top accountancy firms published this week, IFAC has moved up to 9th on the list of top 20 firms following a year of strong growth for the accountancy and financial advisory firm.   IFAC provides financial advisory and accounting support to farmers and businesses in the agri, […]

Catherine Fulvio’s ‘Tastes Like Home’ Returning To RTE

Hit TV show, Tastes like Home, which is sponsored by Londis and fronted by celebrity chef Catherine Fulvio, is now recruiting fresh participants for the third series, which returns to RTE screens in the Autumn.   The series is presented as a TV cooking show with a dash of travel and lifestyle with Catherine’s culinary skills […]

Early Diagnosis Of Bowel Cancer Is Vital Says Survivor

Paul Mohan (54), bowel cancer survivor is urging people to get checked out if they experience any of the symptoms of bowel cancer as early detection saves lives. Mr. Mohan said, “As a diabetic, I have regular health checks. When something showed up in my routine bloods I wasn’t too worried but they repeated the […]

Enterprise Ireland’s Innovation Arena Awards At National Ploughing Championship Open for Applications

Minister Heather Humphreys has opened Enterprise Ireland’s Innovation Arena Awards at the National Ploughing Championships for applications from Irish companies in the agri sector. The awards will take place within the popular Innovation Arena at the heart of the National Ploughing Championships in Screggan, Tullamore, Co. Offaly, 18-21 September 2018.   The Innovation Arena is a unique […]

Track-Attack: A Mile With A Smile

How long does it take you to complete a Mile? Borrisoleigh is the place to be on Monday 23rd of April next when Track-Attack join up with St. Joseph’s College to host the annual Borrisoleigh Mile. In the inaugural event, Liam Harty became the first name etched on the Gerard Ryan Perpetual Cups when he […]

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