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Met Éireann has issued an Orange wind warning for parts of the west and north tomorrow as strong winds associated with Storm Ciara are forecast to continue into tomorrow. Very strong westerly winds are forecast in coastal areas with mean speeds of 65-80km/h and gusts generally between 110 and 130km/h will affect Donegal, Galway, Leitrim, […]
News Tourism
South Dublin County Council’s County Promotion Unit is delighted to offer a grant scheme that makes funding available to businesses and community groups across South Dublin County to support key priority areas such as cultural, food, sports and activity based tourism aimed at growing the visitor economy. The aim is to fund innovative events/festivals that […]
Environment News
800 representatives from public bodies and government departments today attendedthe fourth annual Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) public sector conference at the Helix in DCU to advance their energy efficiency gains. This year’s conference focused on accelerating leadership in the public sector towards the Government’s energy efficiency and CO2 reduction
Culture News Tourism
Donegal County Council and Fáilte Ireland are working with the local community, key agencies, business partners and stakeholders to deliver a Visitor Management Plan for Malin Head. The aim of this plan is to leverage Malin Head’s position as the most northerly signature discovery point on the Wild Atlantic Way. It will also help guide […]
Education News
Met Éireann’s first monthly podcast of 2020, ‘Waves and the Science of Surfing’, was released this morning (31 January 2020). In this episode, Met Éireann presenters Liz Walsh and Noel Fitzpatrick talk to Met Éireann marine researcher Dr Sarah Gallagher, and professional bodyboarder and surf coach Seamus McGoldrick of Sligo Surf Experience, about how waves […]
Culture News
Lord Mayor of Cork, Cllr. John Sheehan, has welcomed the news that the city centre has successfully retained the prestigious Purple Flag award for 2020. The international accreditation, awarded by the Association of Cities and Towns Management, celebrates areas of excellence in night-time economy and requires renewal every two years. In November, independent assessors came
Culture News
Other Voices Ballina 2020 was launched yesterday in beautiful St Michael’s Church. The 225-year-old church saw representatives from Other Voices and event partners Mayo County Council and Moy Valley Resources, along with local councillors, TDs and senators, all gathered in celebration of the return of the highly acclaimed show to historic Ballina town. St
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Limerick today declared a bold ambition for growth with the unveiling of a first ever brand positioning and international marketing campaign. ‘Limerick: Atlantic Edge, European Embrace’ was unveiled today, becoming the first major branding of the city and county to promote it nationally and globally as a destination for inward industry investment, tourism, education