AHEAD launches careers fair for students and graduates with disabilities May 8, 2019 Employers are missing out on a wealth of untapped talent, skills and creativity if they exclude graduates with disabilities from job interview lists. That’s according to Executive Director of AHEAD, Ann Heelan, who was speaking today (08.05.19) at the launch …
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National Library highlights lesser-known revolutionary figures in photographic exhibition April 18, 2019 A typist in Dublin Castle and spy for the IRA; a priest who rebelled against the British and his own church; and a playwright who spread the republican message coast to coast across America: these are just some of the …
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Seamus Heaney
National Library brings poetry of Seamus Heaney to commuters across the country April 11, 2019 The National Library of Ireland (NLI) has launched a special two-week public transport campaign, which brings a selection of Seamus Heaney’s poetry to commuters across the country. Five poems have been selected and made available by Seamus Heaney’s family for …
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WB Yeats Letter
Letters between WB Yeats and lifelong friend Olivia Shakespear go on display at the National Library of Ireland February 14, 2019 To mark Valentine’s Day, a selection of newly acquired letters between WB Yeats and his first lover and close friend, the English writer Olivia Shakespear (1863-1938), have gone on display, today (14.02.19), at the National Library of Ireland. The letters …
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Simon Cumbers Media Fund Student Scheme
Simon Cumbers Media Fund Student Scheme now open for applications February 7, 2019 The Simon Cumbers Media Fund Student Scheme is now seeking applications from third level students interested in travelling to a developing country to report for a national media outlet. The Fund is once again teaming up with Newstalk and TheJournal.ie to …
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Heritage Awards 2018
Ireland’s ‘heritage heroes’ take centre stage at National Heritage Awards 2018 February 6, 2019 The dedication of individuals and community groups across Ireland to the preservation and promotion of Ireland’s heritage was recognised today (06.02.19) at the National Heritage Awards 2018 and closing ceremony for the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018. The special …
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Minister leads the way in encouraging a sustainable approach to Africa Day celebrations May 24, 2018 Minister of State for Diaspora and International Development, Ciarán Cannon T.D. has, encouraged visitors to this year’s Africa Day flagship Dublin event to leave the car at home and make their journey to the celebrations a sustainable one. Africa Day …
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Minister Cannon encourages writers of all ages to enter Africa Day writing competition May 15, 2018 Minister of State for the Diaspora and International Development, Ciarán Cannon T.D. has announced that Irish Aid has again partnered with The Irish Times on an African-themed short story and poetry competition. Now in its fourth year, the competition marks …
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