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Irish charities rewarded for IMPACT they make in their local communities at GSK Ireland IMPACT Awards 2017

Awards programme recognises and rewards Ireland’s “unsung healthcare heroes” who make a real difference to health and wellbeing in their locality Five winners each receive €10,000 while five runner-up charities receive €2,000 each   Five Irish charities were named as winners of the GSK Ireland IMPACT Awards 2017, with each organisation receiving €10,000 in unrestricted […]

Homeless crisis to be discussed by eight European front line organisations at seminar organised by Sophia, Midlands Simon Community and SMES Europa

 Minister Eoghan Murphy T.D, Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government, opens seminar Sophia’s ‘Housing First’ model believes long term solution to homelessness is a home for life – not just a bed for a night Sophia, the organisation that supports families, couples and individuals as they emerge from the traumatic experience of homelessness, and […]

Healthcare heroes that are making an IMPACT – 2017 shortlist revealed for annual GSK Ireland IMPACT Awards

Up to five winning charities will receive €10,000 each, with five runner-up charities to receive €2,000 each Awards designed to champion and reward the unsung heroes among small Irish healthcare charities Ten charities across Ireland have been shortlisted for the GSK Ireland IMPACT Awards 2017, which are designed to recognise and reward small to medium […]

David Walliams to receive Bord Gáis Energy ‘International Recognition Award’ at the BGE Irish Book Awards 2017

The Bord Gáis Energy Irish Book Awards televised show moves to a new 9.30pm primetime slot on RTÉ One   David Walliams, the mega-selling children’s author, will be presented with the ‘International Recognition Award’ at this year’s Bord Gáis Energy Irish Book Awards ceremony which takes place in Dublin on 28th November 2017. Walliams will […]

News Ireland journalists from The Sunday Times, the Ireland edition of The Times and The Irish Sun shortlisted for Journalism Awards 2017

News Ireland is delighted to announce that a number of journalists across The Sunday Times, the Ireland edition of The Times and The Irish Sun have been shortlisted for the NewsBrands Ireland Journalism Awards 2017. All nominees progress to the awards event which takes place in Dublin’s Mansion House on Thursday, 2nd November 2017. Nominees […]

NUI Galway is named The Sunday Times University of the Year

ATHLONE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY SCOOPS THE SUNDAY TIMES INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY OF THE YEAR AWARD  TRINITY COLLEGE DUBLIN CLAIMS UNIVERSITY OF THE YEAR RUNNER-UP SPOT  LETTERKENNY IT IS IT OF THE YEAR RUNNER-UP   NUI Galway has been named The Sunday Times University of the Year and Trinity College Dublin is the runner-up in The […]

Despite social media, Irish mums remain traditional when it comes to sharing pregnancy news according to new Pregnacare survey

·         Nearly three quarters of Irish mums keep their baby news a secret until at least 12 weeks ·         82% shared the news with family and friends in person rather than using social media ·         85% say that choosing the baby’s name is a joint decision made with their partner ·         96% have shunned the […]

Trust Rules: How the world’s best managers create great places to work Bob Lee creates 16 rules to make good managers great managers

Now available in all bookstores across Ireland and on https://www.amazon.co.uk Have you always wondered what makes a happy employee? What makes and keeps an employee engaged in their role? Many companies now offer extra perks to their employees from health insurance to free snacks and possibly even a day off for their birthday and personal […]

Eight out of ten business owners say unnecessary office clutter takes up vital space in their office while almost half of all employers say the mess reflects badly on their business

Old paperwork, furniture and computers are biggest culprits contributing to office disorder  Eight out of ten business owners (82%) feel clutter is taking up vital space in their office, with almost half of all employers (42%) saying the mess reflects badly on their business. A further four in ten employers (41%) worry that prospective clients […]

Advertising Standards Authority for Ireland release latest Complaints Bulletin

17 advertisements found to be in breach of the ASAI Code on grounds relating to Misleading Advertising, Principles, Taste and Decency, Safety and Promotions The Advertising Standards Authority for Ireland’s (ASAI) independent Complaints Committee has released its latest Complaints Bulletin which contains 20 case reports on complaints recently investigated by the ASAI. 17 of the […]