Ten food businesses inIreland were forced to close in February 2013 because of breaches of food safety legislation. Businesses closed under the FSAI Act 1998 were: Amerta Chinese Restaurant, 1 Clifton Avenue, Monkstown, Co Dublin German Cakes and Snacks (restaurant), 15 Percival Street, Kanturk, Cork Imperial Chinese Restaurant, 3-4 The Spa, Mallow, Cork Asian European
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Using data from the 2011 Census – Pobal have created the “HP Deprivation Index ” They looked at certain census data broken down by Electoral District- and scored every district on it’s relative level of deprivation or affluence using information such as Unemployment , Home Ownership , Education , Type of Jobs, Lone Parent numbers
Ballina, Co. Mayo, Dungarvan, Co. Waterford, Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford, Mullingar, Co. Westmeath and Rathkeale, Co. Limerick are being given €88000 each as part of the RAPID scheme (Revitalising Areas by Planning Investment and Development) The total €440,000 is to come form the Dormant Accounts Funding The Dormant Accounts legislation targets three broad categories of persons
Tipperary town came third in our chart of worst place to live in Ireland . Based on census 2006 information we have compiled a top 20 best and worst places to live in Ireland. Of course people will disagree with these positions – but thay are based on facts and figures like unemployment, housing, lone parents and education.
This is a list of the housing estates in Kerry that are classed as unfinished in relation to the Household Charge waiver. Anyone living in one of these estates will be given a waiver from the household charge for 2012. Owners must still register for the household charge but claim the waiveron the basis that
Trim has been named Ireland’s cleanest town out of 53 towns and cities that entered a Litter League . Swords came second with Killarney in third place, Cavan 4th and Dun Laoghaire 5th The rest of the Litter League results are listed below. 6 Wexford Clean to European Norms 7 Youghal Clean to European Norms