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23 October 2020
The Minister for Agriculture Food and the Marine, Charlie McConalogue T.D., today announced a third tranche in 2020 of grant awards worth €558,039 to 33 local community groups and micro enterprises...
22 October 2020
Report will assist Government in meeting its target of 10% of Ireland’s maritime area to be Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) as soon as is practicable, aiming for 30% by 2030 Public consultation on...
22 October 2020
Speaking at the IFA Aquaculture Webinar today Thursday 22 October, the Minister for Agriculture Food and the Marine, Charlie McConalogue T.D., announced a special Covid-19 financial support scheme...
20 October 2020
Atlantic Stakeholder Platform Virtual Conference, 19 November 2020  Registration is now open - register here Draft Agenda (EN) version 14.10.2020 Atlantic Project Awards 2020  Atlantic Stakeholder...
20 October 2020
ACT now and prepare to switch The Minister for Transport on 19 October announced the start of a further communication campaign to encourage the logistics and maritime transport sector to ACT now and...
16 October 2020
Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Charlie McConalogue T.D., has earmarked the construction of a new marine research vessel for the State in his Department's 2021 Budget. In making the...
8 October 2020
The Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Charlie McConalogue T.D., today launched his Department’s “Annual Review and Outlook for Agriculture, Food and the Marine 2020”.  Minister...
8 October 2020
The people of Ireland are being invited to share their views on Irish coastal seascapes. Seascapes around the coast of Ireland are an important part of our sense of identity and culture. Our...
8 October 2020
Minister for European Affairs, Thomas Byrne T.D., visited Dublin Port on 7 October to meet the new direct ferry linking Ireland and Portugal and to see the infrastructure and systems that have been...
2 October 2020
The Marine Institute will join forces with international ocean experts from Europe, Brazil, South Africa, Canada and the USA to map and assess the current and future risks from climate change,...

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