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Sarah Keane new leader of OCI

Sarah Keane - Olympic Council of Ireland

February 2017 – At an Extraordinary General Assembly, the Olympic Council of Ireland (OCI) elected Sarah Keane as their new President, replacing Patrick Hickey. Sarah Keane new leader of OCI The Swim Ireland chief executive, 43, received 29 of 43 votes cast to become the first new leader of the organisation in 28 years. Interim […]
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Irish Life Invest in GAA Healthy Club

life health

Irish Life is to invest €1million in the GAA’s Healthy Club Project. The commitment will greatly enhance the project’s positive influence on the health and wellbeing of GAA clubs, their members, and the communities they serve. The investment has been made as part of Irish Life’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programme to celebrate the company’s 75th anniversary of business in Ireland. [Read more…]

Event Management Student Awarded

Kay O'Mahony

Kay O’Mahony from Monkstown, Cork has been awarded the Irish Academy of Public Relations’ Event Management Student of the Year 2014.  Kay achieved the highest mark in the country after completing the course at UCC. [Read more…]

MoRun set for Phoenix Park

dublin morun

MoRunning comes to Dublin on the 15th November 2014, when you get the opportunity to be participate in MoRun in Phoenix Park, Dublin. With the inaugural event attracting around 600 runners, the event has continued to grow at a rapid rate, with some 2500 to 3000 participants expected for this fun November event. Phoenix Park […]

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Athlone 3Quarter Marathon prepares

athlone 3/4 marathon

The Athlone 3/4 Marathon prepares for the 5th running through picturesque setting of County Westmeath on the 5th October 2014. Starting in the village of Glasson, the 30km event serves as perfect preparation for the Dublin Marathon. Over the years, Ireland’s top athletes have utilised this opportunity and have enjoyed the event to the fullest to […]

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Time-to-Run Ireland

Irish Recovery leads to Professional Job Vacancies

professional job vacancies

The recovery in the Irish economy has gained pace as evidenced by the big increase in professional jobs on offer according to the Morgan McKinley Irish Employment Monitor for July 2014. The Monitor recorded a 21% increase in the number of vacancies in July 2014 compared to the same month last year according to Morgan […]

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JobnSpire» Ireland

Dublin Marathon set for October 27th

dublin marathon

Dublin Marathon – Monday October 27, 2014 is a public holiday in Ireland and Dublin, once again, will play host to one of the great European city marathons. This will be the 35th year of this great event which is run through the capital’s historic Georgian streets and its magnificent Phoenix Park. Thousands of boisterous […]

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Time-to-Run Ireland

Dingle prepares for 2014 run

dingle marathon

The Dingle Marathon prepares for the 6th running of this delightful event in County Kerry, on the West coast of Ireland, set for the 6th September 2014. In 2009, race organiser Ken Dunne, set his mind on running the inaugural event on the scenic coastal route of Dingle. What a success this proved to be […]

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Time-to-Run Ireland

Ireland Pubs play role in Development

ireland pubs

The findings of an academic study conducted by the University of York and Newcastle Business School (Northumbria University) and prepared for the Vintners’ Federation of Ireland has revealed the central role that pubs play in creating economic development and social wellbeing in rural Ireland. Figures from the research show the significant contribution that the Irish pub makes to the economy with 50,000 employed by Irish pubs and how important the pub is to the local economy. [Read more…]

Economic Growth and Environmental Impact

development and sustainability

We Need to Live Better While Using Less – EPA Report Sets Out How to Break the Link Between Economic Growth and Environmental Impact

Millions of Euro per year can be saved right across the economy and society if people use water, energy and raw materials in a better way – through efficient production processes and less wasteful consumption.  If we want our society to be competitive and sustainable we need to live better while using less. [Read more…]