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New  book highlights Ireland's Native Woodlands
28th September 2017
A new full-colour book entitled Management Guidelines for Ireland’s Native Woodlands has today been launched by Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Heather Humphreys TD, and Minister...  
Draft National Planning Framework
27th September 2017
The Government has just published “Ireland 2040 – Our Plan” for its final round of public consultations. Over the next number of weeks, until 3 November, members of the public will have the...  
Tender process for Athlone’s Church Street works opens
27th September 2017
The tender process is underway for the enhancement works of Church Street in Athlone. Westmeath County Council was given the go-ahead to undertake a €3 million project that will make the road a...  
Taking Care of Business
13th September 2017
A Department of Business, Enterprise and Innovation initiative, Taking Care of Business will bring up to 30 State bodies together to offer advice to small businesses
Start of construction is a landmark for The Midlands
8th September 2017
Center Parcs was delighted that An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar TD was today able to join Martin Dalby, CEO of Center Parcs to attend the Official Sod Turning Ceremony marking the start of onstruction work...  
€750k Enterprise Ireland fund opening for start-up applications
30th August 2017
Competitive Start Fund is aimed at all sectors with focus on agritech, manufacturing, lifesciences and renewables
Minister Michael Ring publishes the first Progress Report on the Action Plan for Rural Development
23rd August 2017
The Minister for Rural and Community Development, Michael Ring TD, has described the findings of the first six-monthly Progress Report on the Government’s Action Plan for Rural Development as...  
Survey finds employment in companies supported by Enterprise Ireland, IDA grew for a sixth consecutive year 
18th August 2017
Companies supported by Enterprise Ireland, IDA and Údarás na Gaeltachta reported full and part-time employment of over 409,041 jobs in 2016, accounting for 31% of total business employment in...  
Minister Halligan Switches on World Leading Radio Telescope: I-LOFAR
27th July 2017
Minister of State for Training, Skills, Innovation, Research and Development, John Halligan was at Birr Castle, Co. Offaly to switch on I-LOFAR telescope, the largest radio telescope in the world.
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