BALLYMALOE FOODS LAUNCHES COLLABORATION WITH IRISH COFFEE CHAIN

Ballymaloe Foods has teamed up with leading food chain Esquires Coffee to develop a Christmas offering. It follows a series of similar collaborations announced by Ballymaloe Foods this year as it joined forces with restaurants and food service outlets in Ireland.   During 2021, Ballymaloe Foods worked with CoqBull restaurants ...
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Cork Solicitor and Senior Counsel Bill Holohan recognized as “Irish Lawyer of the Year”

Alan Raftery solicitor (left) and Bill Holohan SC (right) at the Irish Law Awards ceremony. At the Irish Law Awards ceremony held at the Clayton Hotel Ballsbridge Dublin on Friday evening 29 October, Bill Holohan, Senior Partner of Holohan Lane LLP, was presented with the Award for “Irish Lawyer of ...
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Competitiveness challenges remain for Irish business – Ibec

Ibec, the group that represents Irish business, has said that revitalising the labour market and building for a new world of work will play an important role in preparing the economy for emerging competitiveness challenges. It comes as the group hosts its annual HR Leadership Summit, taking place virtually today. ...
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JOHNSON & JOHNSON (J&J) MOVES TO 100% RENEWABLE ELECTRICITY ACROSS IRISH OPERATIONS

Leisha Daly, Head of Government Affairs & Policy in Ireland and EMEA, Johnson & Johnson, John Lynch, Plant Leader, Johnson & Johnson Vision and An Taoiseach Micheál Martin TD at the announcement of Johnson & Johnson’s Corporate Power Purchase Agreement with Ørsted at the DePuy Synthes Ireland facility in Ringaskiddy, ...
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Revive Paint City & County Councils and Social Enterprises Rethinking Waste New Cork initiative sees waste paint reused and upcycled

October is National Reuse Month, and to help us play our part, Cork County Council and Cork City Council have launched an innovative circular economy initiative called Revive Paint, which involves the production of good quality, affordable paint by two Cork based social enterprises using paint which they collect from local authority civic amenity sites. ...
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