A City Rising: Cork set to become the fastest growing region under the Project 2040 plan

Peter Coppinger, Teamwork.com, John Drury, Smarttech247 & Chair of Leaders Awards, Caroline O’Driscoll, KPMG and Chairperson it@cork, and Eoghan O’Mahony, Senior Cluster Manager, it@cork Cork cements its place as key European tech hub with over 300 ICT related companies employing more than 29,000 people in the region it@cork Launch Annual Leaders Awards Today, it@cork, the…

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150,000 emergency calls are made every month to Ireland’s Emergency Call Answering Service

The Minister for Communications, Denis Naughten, has published new figures, which show 150,000 emergency calls are made every month in Ireland. Minister Naughten has today published the latest figures relating to Ireland’s emergency call answering service [ECAS], which is responsible for dispatching 112 and 999 calls to the relevant frontline emergency services. Last year a…

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Budget 2019 should address Brexit and sterling impact on food and drink industries, says FDI

Food Drink Ireland (FDI), the Ibec group that represents the food sector, today launched its Budget 2019 submission, which calls on the Government to introduce a series of measures to help the sector maintain its competitiveness and achieve its growth potential against the backdrop of Brexit and a significant weakening of pound sterling. It highlights that…

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BioMarin expands its Cork facility to add drug product filling capability

Simon Coveney TD, Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, today welcomed the announcement by BioMarin International Ltd that it is investing in a new drug product filling project at its Shanbally, Cork, facility. This project will allow the company to maximise the flexibility of the site with the expansion of the operational manufacturing capacity…

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Alice Maher’s ‘Vox Materia’ opening soon at the Crawford Art Gallery

Photo: Matt Gidney Vox Materia comprises a multi-part installation of sculpture and eight large works on paper at the Crawford Art Gallery. Stemming from Maher’s consideration of a twelfth century mermaid carving, this show meditates on voice, silence and materiality. The mermaid is a hybrid creature that transgresses boundaries between human and animal, and appeals to…

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Minister for Justice and Equality, Charlie Flanagan, has a formal meeting with new Garda Commissioner, Drew Harris, on his first day in office

The Minister for Justice and Equality, Charlie Flanagan TD, this afternoon welcomed the new Garda Commissioner to the Department of Justice and Equality as Drew Harris took up his new role. Following their discussions, Minister Flanagan said: “I was pleased to welcome Commissioner Harris to my office today to discuss the Government’s policing priorities with him…

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Minister Charlie Flanagan signs the Commencement Order for Intoxicating Liquor (Breweries and Distilleries) Act 2018

Act will allow craft breweries and distilleries to sell intoxicating liquor manufactured on the premises to tourists and visitors who have participated in a guided tour of the premises. The Minister for Justice and Equality, Charlie Flanagan TD, this afternoon signed the Commencement Order for the Intoxicating Liquor (Breweries and Distilleries) Act 2018. The principal purpose…

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