Pictured Rory O’Donnell, Vice President of the Irish Pharmacy Union and local pharmacist from Letterkenny, County Donegal with Phil Hogan T.D., Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government and Darragh O’Loughlin, President, Irish Pharmacy Union at the National Pharmacy Conference which took place in Kilkenny recently. Pharmacists called on the Minister for Health to expand the role of pharmacists making it government policy to place community pharmacists at the frontline of health care delivery.
Archive for June 2011
Eventovate, an award-winning Irish start-up that has developed a suite of cloud-based software for the hotel sector has just completed a funding round of €700,000 to support its continued expansion. This latest investment announcement represents one of the most significant seed-funding rounds in the emerging Irish cloud services market this year.
Eventovate’s investment includes funding from Bank of Ireland Start-up and Emerging Sectors Equity Fund managed by Delta Partners; High Potential Start-up Funding from Enterprise Ireland; and funding from the AIB Seed Capital Fund managed by Dublin Business Innovation Centre. Read more
Keith Cleary was overseas when the tragedy occurred yesterday evening.
His son Daniel was playing near the family home in Donegal when a thick steel door fell on him. The accident happened at Drumbar, near Donegal town when the door from a steel crater collapsed in a family workyard. Read more