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The Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Sport, Gaeltacht and Media, Catherine Martin T.D. has announced details of the next two phases of Fáilte Ireland’s Strategic Tourism Business Continuity Scheme.  The Minister made the announcement in Cork where she held meetings with members of Cork’s tourism industry, in a needed boost for  visitor attractions, activity operators
Culture News Tourism
Cork city centre’s historic grand parade quarter will be at the heart of one of the most transformative and ambitious public realm renewal programmes ever undertaken in the city, beginning next year. Cork City Council has released details of the first phase of the €46.05 million “Grand Parade Quarter” project which will see a complete […]
Environment News Tourism
Mayor of the County of Cork, Cllr Gillian Coughlan has officially opened the new Argideen Valley Trail walkway in picturesque West Cork. Works were recently completed on the installation of way-markers, map boards and interpretive signs along the new walking route that runs from Ballinscarthy to Timoleague and onto Courtmacsherry.   The walk is approximately
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Minister for Rural and Community Development, Heather Humphreys TD, today (Monday 5th July) visited County Cavan to open a series of new rural development projects and to review progress on forthcoming major projects as part of a nationwide tour to promote Our Rural Future. Our Rural Future is the Government’s new rural development strategy, which […]
Health News Tourism
Young Eoin McCallig with Dad Anthony on hand to try out the new beach wheelchair at Fintra beach.” Pictured: Anthony & Eoin McCallig Prior to finishing up his term as Leas-Chathaoirleach of Donegal County Council, Cllr Noel Jordan unveiled a new beach wheelchair at Fintra blue flag beach on Friday, 25th June. This is another welcome […]
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Taoiseach Micheál Martin has announced €3m euro in funding from the Shared Island Fund to progress work on the Narrow Water Bridge. The money will see the project brought to tender stage, based on the current design of the bridge and existing planning permission. Further funding will be allocated from the Shared Island Fund, once […]
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A fully integrated ticketing, booking and capacity management system is being introduced at the Cliffs of Moher to further enhance the overall visitor experience for the 1.6 million annual visitors to Ireland’s most popular natural attraction. Clare County Council has engaged Vivaticket to roll out the Visitor Attraction Management System (VAMS) which will enable