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Government Launches National Spatial Strategy 11/29/2002
how does crypto trading work “The National Spatial Strategy will ensure a wider spread of economic activity throughout the country and a better quality of life for both urban a
Welcome for National Spatial Strategy from BMW Regional Assembly11/29/2002
Mr. Gerry Finn, Director of the Border, Midland and Western Regional Assembly welcomed the publication of the National Spatial Strategy by the Governm
Transport sector: Commission approves UK scheme to facilitate environmental protection11/28/2002
The European Commission authorised today the “UK Logistics Transaction Programme” which is intended to facilitate environmental protection and the red
European energy market revolutionised11/28/2002
crypto currency trading app The Energy Ministers reached agreement on 25 November on completely open gas and electricity markets for non-household customers by 2004 and fo
New €3.2m Extension To Wavin Ireland’s Production Plant In Balbriggan, Co. Dublin. 11/28/2002
Speaking at the opening of the new €3.2m extension at the Wavin Ireland production plant in Balbriggan, Co Dublin, Mr Martin Cullen TD, Minister f
BMW Assembly elects new chairman11/27/2002
Cllr. Peter Kennedy from Donegal Town has been elected, unopposed, as the new Chairman of the Border, Midland and Western Regional Assembly at their A
U.K. – OECD report on UK’s environmental performance11/26/2002
trade bitcoin philippines Good work so far - but more needs to be done. That was the verdict on the UK's environmental performance from a report from the Organisation for Econo
Dermot Ahern Increases Competition in Gas Market11/26/2002
Mr. Dermot Ahern TD, Minister for Communications, Marine and Natural Resources, has announced that he is to further liberalise the gas market from Jan
90% of residents in major Irish cities and towns view current patterns of car use as a problem11/26/2002
In 10 major Irish cities and towns, including Dublin, Cork and Galway, 90% of residents have said they think the current patterns of car use in towns
Launch of EPA report 11/26/2002
The Environmental Protection Agency has published (25 November) a major new report on the effects of climate change in Ireland – Climate Change: Indic