Friday, September 20, 2019
A DUBLIN locksmith has come up with a smart lock which allows the elderly and people with disabilities to open doors by touch. An electronic tag carried in a pocket or purse allows those with limited dexterity to enter their...
THE re-introduction of pick-up and luggage charges at Dublin Airport would encourage more taxi drivers to provide services at the gateway, according to the Irish Taxi Drivers’ Federation. The call by the federation’s president, Joe Herron, comes as Dublin Airport...
INCREASED employment is benefiting all parts of the country but the “damaging over-concentration” of employment in the greater Dublin region continues, according to leading economists. The criticism comes as Government ministers welcomed CSO figures that 81,200 jobs had been created...
UP to 2,000 more hotel rooms are needed in the City to meet growing demands from visitors and tourists, and that is despite the 4,000 now being built, according to an industry analyst. There was also likely to be a...
A DISPUTE over rights-of-way is threatening plans for the redevelopment of Phibsborough Shopping Centre. The developers, Mm Capital, say the row with Tesco could see regeneration of the site “shelved indefinitely”. But the supermarket giant says it has not made...
Monday 8th April 2019: Pieta House has today announced the appointment of Elaine Austin to the role of Chief Executive.  Pieta House is the Irish based charity supporting people and communities in crisis – those at the risk of suicide,...
The Property Registration Authority (PRA) has launched a new Property Alert Service to help property owners protect themselves against the risk of property fraud. Property fraud can occur where property is fraudulently sold or mortgaged. The Property Alert Service is a new, free, online serviceavailable to the public that will allow property owners to monitor registered properties for possible fraudulent activity.Users of the service...
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