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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F.A.T.D.A.D.
Immersive theatrical experience ‘F.A.T.D.A.D.’ comes to The Complex February 6, 2018 The Complex will host the world premiere of Anthony Goulding’s new play ‘F.A.T.D.A.D.’ from Thursday, 15th February to Sunday, 25th February. The play tells the story of the profound impact a teacher and hunger striker had on his pupils in …
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Altan to play Saint Patrick’s Cathedral fundraiser for refugee event May 3, 2018 Traditional music fans are invited to attend a special fundraising concert at Saint Patrick’s Cathedral, where Irish folk band Altan will be performing on Saturday, 19th May at 7.30pm. Proceeds from the concert will go towards a special ‘Irish Welcome’ …
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Tánaiste launches vibrant programme of nationwide Africa Day celebrations May 2, 2018 The Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Simon Coveney T.D. has launched a nationwide programme of events to mark Africa Day Celebrations 2018, supported by Irish Aid. These will include a flagship family day in the grounds of …
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Fold Ireland begins construction on new senior citizens complex in Dublin 8 April 27, 2018 Housing association Fold Ireland has turned the sod on New Dolphin Park, a 43-unit, purpose-built development for older people in Dublin 8. The development, which is part of the State’s largest ever regeneration project, will be undertaken by Fold on …
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Over-analysed ‘Generation Z’ has huge contribution to make to society – Young Social Innovators (YSI) March 6, 2018 The upcoming generation of young adults is fast becoming the most analysed and researched group in our society, yet opportunities for them to be truly heard and listened to don’t match up. That’s according to Rachel Collier, Co-founder and CEO …
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As temperatures plummet, Threshold calls for minimum energy efficiency standards for private rented accommodation February 28, 2018 The national housing charity, Threshold is calling on the Government to introduce minimum Building Energy Rating (BER) standards for rented accommodation. The BER rates the overall energy efficiency of a building on a scale from A to G, with A1 being the …
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Threshold calls on Housing and Finance Ministers to reveal strategy to protect renters caught up in sale of non-performing mortgage loans February 23, 2018 National housing charity Threshold has said that the sale by Permanent TSB and Ulster Bank of non-performing home loans is a matter of grave concern to the thousands of tenants who will be affected and threatens to exponentially increase pressure …
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