Holy Trinity N.S. in Leopardstown should be included in new school plan
I will be asking the Minister for Education to consider including the Holy Trinity N.S. in Leopardstown in these plans, as the school only has the capacity to educate 161 children from the area and is made of prefab buildings, which cost over €150,000 a year to rent.
Good news for local schools
Minister rows back on cuts to local schools and replaces prefab with permanent building
Funding provided for permanent building for Holy Trinity NS
Holy Trinity is in dire need of a permanent school building. At present, 161 pupils are crammed into nine pre-fabricated buildings
Foxrock village to get new lease of life from proposed car park
Quarter of shops have closed down since recession began
Special visa for foreign entrepreneurs vital to creating jobs in Ireland
We, in Ireland, need to diversify our trade to ensure that our economy grows and that we can create new jobs. We need to turbo-charge our exports to Brazil, Russia, India and China.
South Dublin schools excel at Young Scientist Exhibition
Kate Brayden and Sian Roberts-Walsh of Loreto College, Foxrock, Co Dublin won first prize in the Intermediate Group of Biological and Ecological Sciences
Expansion of local business provides hope for the future
This company shows that, even in difficult times, a company with a smart idea can prosper and expand
Sarkozy attempts to financially bully Ireland using suspect statistics
For every €100 million that French companies pay in corporation tax, Irish companies pay €145 million
Sandyford site must be completed or placed on Derelict Site Register
Minister confirms that Council has the authority to finish site and charge costs to the owners
Removal of waste at derelict site a sign of progress for Sandyford
Cleaning up this site and completing the tower will be an important sign that Sandyford Business Park has survived the recession and will continue to thrive and prosper.