We are not organising 'adoptions online' you will need to contact the rescue centre to find out about their homing policy.
This site is not intended for breeders to advertise deliberately breed litters or for breeders to find 'stock'.
AISHE is affiliated with the International Consortium for Educational Development (ICED– and the President of AISHE sits on the ICED Council.
All AISHE members have the opportunity to sit on the Executive Committee and stand as Executive Officers at the AGM elections, thereby having the opportunity to play an active role in debates that influence decision making in relation to the future directions of higher education.
Rabbit Rehome UK allows rescue centres and individuals to enter details of rabbits in need of new homes.
Rabbit lovers can then search for rabbits to adopt.
Its status as an outpost of Dublin continued for centuries, marking a border of The Pale.
Speaking on the Throw-In, Whelan argued that their eye-catching destruction of Meath had more to do with the inadequacy of the losers than Kildare's burgeoning brilliance. They were five yards off, there was no pressure on the ball coming out the field. "And coming into Croke Park will be a critical factor for Kildare. 2 final), Westmeath beat them last year, Dublin have given them a few hammerings over the last few years. "It's going to be a crucial first 15 or 20 minutes.
The All Ireland Society for Higher Education (AISHE) is an independent, membership-based professional society dedicated to the promotion of good practice in learning and teaching throughout the island of Ireland.
It represents the academic community across disciplines and communities of practice and also those who support learning and teaching in general.
Its location on the confluence of the River Liffey and the Rye Water has marked it as a frontier town historically: on the border between the ancient kingdoms of Leinster and Brega, as an outpost of The Pale, and today on Kildare's border with Dublin. Leixlip was the site of the famous Battle of Confey, in which the Viking King Sigtrygg Caech of Dublin defeated the Irish King of Leinster around the year 917.
The first settlement at Leixlip was an outpost of Early Scandinavian Dublin, built at the furthest point where longships could be rowed up the Liffey.