The Giant’s Causeway contributed over £150,000 to conservation work in the local environment in 2018.
An Ulster University economic and social impact report into the UNESCO World Heritage Site, revealed that the National Trust regularly partners with local community groups and volunteers at the Giant’s Causeway to protect and conserve the wildlife and scenery around us.
The Irish Government has moved to potentially mitigate, where possible, key elements of a crash out Brexit by launching its Omnibus Bill today. If implemented this emergency legislation will have considerable policy impact across the island of Ireland. Notable elements for the business include Part 6 (Taxation) and Part 3 (Amendment to Industrial Development Acts 1986 to 2014)
“LET us never negotiate out of fear, but let us never fear to negotiate.” JFK
Retail must be innovative in attracting customers back and creative new living and event space within our town centres, requiring strong collaboration between the public and private sectors, is of course integral to that.
As the curtain draws on another exciting and successful year at AIKEN we have each taken five minutes break to reflect upon our favourite moments of agency life in 2018
An update and analysis of the current Brexit environment
Since the launch of the Electric Ireland Game Changers campaign, in partnership with the Irish FA, in May 2017, there has been a 47% increase in local female football participation levels. Electric Ireland’s aim is to continue inspiring the next generation of female footballers, continuing to grow and develop the game.