Consumer Protection Standards in Private Rented Accommodation
Robust consumer protection standards required for private rented sector July 4, 2018 Landlords who are renting residential accommodation should be required to display a certificate in the rented property that confirms they are compliant with minimum consumer protection standards, including building and fire safety. That’s according to national housing charity, Threshold, which …
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Liberties Festival
Liberties Festival announces vibrant programme of events for all ages June 28, 2018 Opera, a Lego workshop, an outdoor cinema, comedy, printing and a family fun day all feature in this year’s Liberties Festival, the programme for which was launched today (28.06.18) at an event on Thomas Street, Dublin 8. The unique culture, …
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Reuters Institute Digital News Report 2018
BAI to launches Irish section of Reuters Institute Digital News Report 2018 June 14, 2018 Consumers in Ireland and worldwide have limited understanding of how news appears in their social media feeds. That was one of the findings from the Reuters Institute Digital News Report. The annual international study aims to understand how news is …
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Less than a third of Threshold clients choose to rent
Less than a third of Threshold clients choose to rent June 11, 2018 Less than a third of tenants rent their homes by choice. That’s according to Threshold’s Tenant Sentiment Survey released ahead of an event to mark the national housing charity’s 40th anniversary. The remaining 71% rent in the private sector because …
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NCAD Graduate Exhibition 2018
NCAD Graduate Exhibition 2018 sheds new light on challenging social issues June 8, 2018 Graduates from the National College of Art and Design (NCAD) are showing themselves to be responsive to the growing demand for creative solutions across community, industry and the public service. Speaking at a preview of the NCAD Graduate Exhibition 2018, …
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Archiving Scheme 2
BAI launches Archiving Scheme 2 June 7, 2018 The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (BAI) has announced details of the Archiving Scheme 2, which aims to contribute to the safeguarding of Irish heritage by encouraging the development of an archiving culture in the Irish broadcasting sector. This is the …
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Creative Arts Summer School
NCAD issues call for applications for Creative Arts Summer School June 1, 2018 The National College of Art and Design (NCAD) has issued a call for applications for the first Creative Arts Summer School, which will take place in Dublin from Monday, 25th to Friday, 29th June 2018. The deadline for applications is …
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Young designers snub disposable fashion at NCAD 2018 fashion showcase May 28, 2018 Longevity and durability are key features of the fashion collections presented by graduates of the National College of Art and Design (NCAD) Fashion Design degree at NCAD’s annual fashion showcase today (28.05.18). This is the fourth year that the event …
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Minister leads the way in encouraging a sustainable approach to Africa Day celebrations May 24, 2018 Minister of State for Diaspora and International Development, Ciarán Cannon T.D. has, encouraged visitors to this year’s Africa Day flagship Dublin event to leave the car at home and make their journey to the celebrations a sustainable one. Africa Day …
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