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The new Martin Naughton E3 Learning Foundry brings together Engineering, Environment and Emerging Technologies on Trinity College Dublin’s campus in Dublin city centre The ceremonial sod-turning for it, hosted by then Trinity provost Dr Patrick Prendergast and his successor, Professor Linda Doyle, was attended by Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science Simon Harris, TD, and by philanthropist Dr Martin Naughton of Glen Dimplex, who donated €25 million towards the development of the facility.
The average listed rent for a property in Mayo is now €847 per month, a 64 per cent increase on the lowest point of the rental market post economic crash and an increase of 15.8 per cent on the same time last year, according to the latest Daft.ie property report.
Croi, the heart and stroke charity has announced the appointment of Mark Gantly as chairman of its board of directors.
Rents have risen by nine per cent in Galway city in the last year, with the average rent now €1,443 according to the latest rental report by Daft.ie.
An exhibition by artist Anna Spearman entitled 'LOOSE PARTS' is now open in Roscommon Arts Centre’s Gallery Space until July 30.
Lero, the Science Foundation Ireland Research Centre for Software, is to expand its research capacity with the addition of GMIT as an academic partner.
Rent premiums for residential properties within County Westmeath were almost seven percent higher in the first quarter of 2021 than a year previously, the most recent daft.ie rental report has confirmed.
Nixx, a new Irish brand based in Galway, has recently launched its cutting-edge range of period and bladder leak underwear. An environmentally conscious company, Nixx specialises in period and bladder leak underwear that is 100 per cent reusable, absorbent, leak-proof, and stylish.
The Poemathon with Older People, which captures the thoughts and imaginings of older people right now in society, has been unveiled.
Residential property premiums in Westmeath are now 10.8 percent higher than a year previously, the results of a recent report by the online property website, daft.ie, has revealed.