Cynics tend to dismiss the practice of holding Cabinet meetings outside Dublin as a “Cabinet Roadshow” yet there is little doubt that conducting government business in different locations across the country is welcomed by local communities and provides an opportunity to meet regional organisations and groups.
Developer Johnny Ronan’s development group has stated that it is ‘bewildered’ and ‘disappointed’ by the Bord Pleanála decision to refuse planning permission for its 22 storey tower at George's Quay in Dublin.
Those heading to the capital today for the parade or to attend the All-Ireland club finals in Croke Park should make allowances for traffic and transport disruptions arising from today’s parade when travelling to Dublin.
More than 60% of items produced annually by the fashion industry end up on landfill within a year, but now the High Street is taking the lead in promoting eco-friendly fashions.looks at some of the brands —some even getting the green light from Beauty and the Beast star Emma Watson — which are aiming at sustainability.
Explore, the adventure travel specialists, has launched eight brand new ‘Explore Beyond’ trips, which offer cruising through the tropical waters of West Papua, exploring the remote villages of the Ivory Coast or experiencing the Adivasi Tribal Fair in east India.
The move in coming months by the Central Bank to its new €140 million offices on Dublin’s North Wall Quay has resulted in the eagerly anticipated arrival to market of the iconic Sam Stephenson-designed tower by College Green and Temple Bar, along with two other lots, all with a combined value of €80 million.