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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Ireland’s young people increasingly focused on the environmental challenges of waste and single-use plastics May 22, 2018 Concerns about the impact of waste and specifically the damage caused by single-use plastics, among many other environmental issues, were a key feature in entries by young people all over Ireland to this year’s ECO-UNESCO Young Environmentalist Awards. The awards …
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Threshold reiterates call for regulation of short-term lets May 16, 2018 The national housing charity, Threshold has reiterated its call for regulation of the short term lets market after research from Daft.ie, released today (Wednesday, 16th May 2018), showed that less than half of all listed rental properties in Dublin are …
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Minister Cannon encourages writers of all ages to enter Africa Day writing competition May 15, 2018 Minister of State for the Diaspora and International Development, Ciarán Cannon T.D. has announced that Irish Aid has again partnered with The Irish Times on an African-themed short story and poetry competition. Now in its fourth year, the competition marks …
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Further rent rises show RPZ enforcement measures not adequate May 4, 2018 Figures released by Daft.ie as part of its Q1 2018 Rental Price Report highlight the urgent need for effective legislation to be introduced to ensure proper RPZ Enforcement to fulfil their purpose of moderating rent rises in those areas. That’s according to …
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Political Year Ahead
2018: A Look At The Political Year Ahead January 9, 2018 With the festive season firmly behind us, it’s full steam ahead for 2018 and our Account Advisor, Tony Heffernan takes a look at what is set to be a very busy political year ahead. The demise of so many ‘dead certs’ at …
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