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First ever direct flight from Asia to Dublin sold out

First ever direct flight from Asia to Dublin sold out

Club Tourism Inc, one of the leading travel agencies in Japan, will bring the first ever direct flight from Asia to Ireland, this August with 240 Japanese flying to Dublin on a charter flight operated by Japan Airlines. Senior representatives of Club Tourism Inc and Tourism Ireland attended an event ...

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June 22, 2017 – The Lab – Patricia Cronin: Shrine for Girls, Dublin – E

June 22, 2017 - The Lab - Patricia Cronin: Shrine for Girls, Dublin - E

Patricia CroninShrine for Girls, Dublin June 16–August 20, 2017 The Lab The LAB Gallery Foley Street Dublin Ireland Hours: Monday–Sunday 10am–6pm, Saturday–Sunday 10am–5pm T +353 1 222 5455 artsoffice@dublincity.ie www.dublincityartsoffice.ie Facebook / Instagram The LAB Gallery is pleased to present, Shrine For Girls, Dublin, the first solo exhibition in Ireland ...

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The Lab – E

The Lab - E

Patricia CroninShrine for Girls, Dublin June 16–August 20, 2017 The Lab The LAB Gallery Foley Street Dublin Ireland Hours: Monday–Sunday 10am–6pm, Saturday–Sunday 10am–5pm T +353 1 222 5455 artsoffice@dublincity.ie www.dublincityartsoffice.ie Facebook / Instagram The LAB Gallery is pleased to present, Shrine For Girls, Dublin, the first solo exhibition in Ireland ...

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Dublin ‘quite good’ on value for money, insists Fáilte Ireland

Ireland ne to update its global literary and artistic image, by celebrating and supporting talented contemporary writers, director of the Irish Writers’ Centre Valerie Bistany has said. She said the country’s most lauded writers were Joyce, Beckett, Yeats and Heaney who undoubtedly created literary tourism and Bloomsday yesterday showed there ...

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Irish taoiseach Enda Kenny to visit Hammersmith

Irish taoiseach Enda Kenny to visit Hammersmith

Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny will visit Hammersmith on Friday (May 15). The out-going taoiseach is in London for a number of engagements including an address to the Ireland Funds Great Britain London City Lunch. He will then meet members of the Global Irish Network and Enterprise Ireland clients, before ...

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‘Chain gang’ of Wexford civic dignitaries visit London

'Chain gang' of Wexford civic dignitaries visit London

President Michael Sills and Registrar Sharon Cave with Dermot O’Leary By Anne Geaghan Television and Radio presenter Dermot O’Leary, the London-Irish son of Wexford parents, was one of the guests of honour at last weekend’s Wexford Association dinner in Cricklewood. It was the Association’s 63rd annual dinner dance and organisers ...

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Taoiseach invites Donald Trump to visit Ireland

Enda Kenny has invited US president Donald Trump to visit Ireland during his presidency, in a move that could be one of the defining decisions of his tenure as Taoiseach. Mr Kenny, who last year described language used by Mr Trump as “racist and dangerous”, said he took the decision ...

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Tourism Ireland looks to grow 2017 visits from South Florida, US

Ireland, the land of Shamrocks and St. Patrick’s Day wants more Americans to come visit. To generate some inspiration, tourism boosters from Ireland were in South Florida recently to tout its affordability, attractions, heritage and culture to travel agents, media and business interests during a showcase event at the Boca ...

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Irish Travellers granted formal recognition as ethnic minority

Irish Travellers granted formal recognition as ethnic minority

Image copyright Houses of the Oireachtas Image caption There was a standing ovation as Enda Kenny made the announcement in parliament The formal recognition of Irish Travellers as an indigenous ethnic minority by the Republic of Ireland has been hailed as a “historic” day. Members cheered and applauded in the ...

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