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Ireland’s best landmarks to have free entry for first Tourism Day

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Mark it in your calendars folks! Dozens of famous landmarks across Ireland will be free to visit on Tourism Day which will take place on April 17th. Organised by the

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Vote now! Irish Tree in the Running to be the European Tree of the Year

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The Tree Council of Ireland needs our help to vote the Witch’s Yew in Blarney, Cork as European Tree of the Year. Voting closes on February 29, Leap Day. Click here

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こんにちは: Meet the Dubliner who teaches Japanese for the Leaving Certificate

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Dublin woman Shereen Perera has a rather interesting career and one that you wouldn’t see that often on an Irish CV! The 26-year-old whose father is from Sri Lanka and

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Rap stars at Cappabue National School tackle climate change

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Primary students at Cappabue National School in Co. Cork upped their rap game in a brilliant video on climate change and zero-waste. The fun approach to introducing young ones is

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The Herstory Light Festival brings brilliant Irish women to the forefront

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Herstory Light Festival marked St. Brigid’s weekend with a breath-taking series of images projected onto famous Irish landmarks across the country. The illuminations were projected onto public buildings amongst them

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Ireland’s longest bridge the ‘Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy’ opens in Co Wexford

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The Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Bridge that spans between Co. Wexford and Co. Kilkenny has officially been opened. Named after President John F. Kennedy’s mother Rose, the event was attended by

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How Ola Majekodunmi is championing diversity and Gaeilge on the airwaves

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Ola Majekodunmi was just seven months old when her parents sought asylum in Ireland from Nigeria leaving four older children back in Lagos. They settled in Ranelagh, Dublin and it

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Tipperary to be part of Fáilte Ireland’s ‘Historic Towns Trail’ Initiative

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Good news for those in Tipperary, tourism board Fáilte Ireland is to bring its ‘Historic Towns Trail’ initiative to the town. The initiative is part of the tourism board’s ‘Ireland’s

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Meet a CoderDojo Mentor: How coding has inspired young people in Monaghan

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Kae Verens was born in the late 1970s and grew up in Tallaght in Dublin before finally settling down in Co. Monaghan. He is a CoderDojo mentor. ‘People say my

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A Kerrywoman’s curious quest to become a beekeeper

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Anna McQuinn, now a beekeeper, is a self-made publisher from Castleisland in Co. Kerry who began her journey into the editing world while in University College Cork where she read

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