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Architects Fitzgerald Kavanagh & Partners have been appointed by the Commissioners of Public Works to lead the integrated design team for the refurbishment of the National Museum of Ireland – Natural History. This appointment marks the beginning of the first phase of the design works which will see the building close this September to enable the full decant of
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The National Monuments Service is establishing a Brú na Bóinne Community Heritage Forum with the appointment of Ms Mona O’Rourke as lead facilitator for the project. The forum will enable the community to be more involved in making decisions about the management, presentation, interpretation and conservation of the site and will help them become stewards […]
Dublin City Council (DCC) has launched Sensoria – Ireland’s first-ever Neurodivergent Friendly Festival. Sensoria is a celebration of the neurodiverse community through a considered and creative live outdoor event experience in Merrion Square Park, D2 on Sunday 28th April as part of World Autism Month. This free ticketed event takes place over two sessions – 11am-1:30pm
An exciting festival looking at art in the landscape is coming to Mayo this April. The Festival of Change in Mayo takes place on Friday 12th and Saturday 13th April 2024. The Festival of Change is a collaboration between Offaly County Council, Mayo County Council and Visual Artists Ireland and is funded through the Arts Council’s Invitation to Collaboration Scheme.
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Cork City was recently ranked very highly on FDI’s European Cities and Regions of the Future 2024 awards. Beating off stiff competition in the highly competitive small city category, which includes well-established business cities like Geneva, Cambridge, Basel and Luxembourg. In addition to placing first for FDI strategy, Cork was placed: Topping the rankings for
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Stephen Gerard Kelly and Garry Keane’s ‘In The Shadow of Beirut’ will return to the Irish Film Institute’s screens from this Friday, 15th December. The Screen Ireland supported film was selected as Ireland’s entry for the Oscars®’ Best International Feature Film category by the Irish Film & Television Academy this October, and is currently on
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Toots the Train is making tracks to Limerick city this week as the Christmas in Limerick calendar of events continues to deliver festive cheer for all the family. Limerick city is the ideal destination to create cherished memories with loved ones or enjoy some seasonal shopping.   Glide gracefully towards December 25th with a visit to Limerick […]