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Results For: Covid-19

County by county: The Irish businesses and communities rallying together during the COVID-19 pandemic

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From #SelfIsolationHelp on Twitter and Facebook to communities and businesses coming together as one county by county, the message is clear: We can work together to help combat this pandemic.

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Hotel Doolin’s random act of kindness stands out during the COVID-19 pandemic

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As our nation deals with the announcement that Ireland is on lockdown, one hotel in County Clare is taking the opportunity to cater to vulnerable people in the area. Hotel

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Children in family hubs, Direct Provision centres and schools to receive new books

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Hundreds of children who are based in family hubs, Direct Provision centres and Deis schools across Ireland are to receive a gift package of new books by leading Irish authors

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Enjoy a magical weekend of music at the Hugh Lane Gallery

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The Hugh Lane Gallery in Dublin has announced an entire weekend of music this weekend, August 15th and 16th. Four musicians have been invited to respond to paintings in the gallery

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Irishman creates beautiful prints celebrating leading Irish figures

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Has quarantine helped you reignite your passions? Despite finding himself unexpectedly stuck in a pandemic, Irishman Brian Ó Muirí managed to rediscover his talent for prints. Brian has been drawing

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Irish Women in Harmony release star-studded cover of ‘Dreams’ in aid of Safe Ireland

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A new and rousing cover of The Cranberries’ Dreams featuring over 30 of Ireland’s most exciting female artists and musicians has been released. With a mix of well-known, established and

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Dublin’s most popular library books revealed

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Dublin City Council has revealed a list of the most popular library books that have been borrowed during the Covid-19 lockdown. Man Who Didn’t Call by Rosie Walsh tops the list

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Colourful, creative and virtual Cruinniú na nÓg launched for young people of Ireland

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Celebrating youthful creativity by creating together but staying apart, Cruinniú na nÓg’s line-up for 2020 has been announced. Wicklow County Council today revealed their Cruinniú na nÓg lineup which features celebrity chef

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Say 👋 to Dubliner Keith Broni, the Irish Emoji Officer

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Emoticons have come a long way since the characters appeared back in 1999. If you’re a smartphone user, then the chances are that you’ve used emojis and emoticons in some

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100 Archive project uncovers the impact of design on Irish life over the past decade

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A fascinating archival project by 100 Archive has revealed the impact of design on life, business, culture and society in Ireland over the past decade. Map Irish Design is a

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