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Meet Lian McGillycuddy the Bilingual YouTuber who’s making waves over in Japan

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For many, the world of YouTube and Vloggers may be still quite foreign to them but for Lian McGillycuddy this is part of her livelihood. This brilliant Irish YouTuber whose channel

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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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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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Hastings Everglades Hotel launches Derry Girls walking tour and menu combo

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Fans of Derry Girls rejoice as Hastings Everglades Hotel in Derry has launched a Derry Girls package which includes a walking tour of Lisa McGee’s critically acclaimed comedy. A tour

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New ‘Global Greening’ locations announced ahead of St. Patrick’s Day

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We’re getting close to that time of the year again when the whole world goes green! Tourism Ireland’s famous ‘Global Greening’ initiative is celebrating its tenth anniversary this year and

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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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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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From Clare to Greenland: How geese sparked this Irishman’s solo hiking adventures

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Dermot Cosgrove was born in Ennis and has been living in Kilkee for the past 20 years. He loves the outdoors. But there was a time when he was looking

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