Village Counselling Service
Village Counselling Service calls for greater resources to support work of community-based mental health organisations February 26, 2019 A properly resourced community-based counselling service is key to addressing the growing waiting lists for mental health services. That’s according to chief executive of the Village Counselling Service (VCS), Dr Marcella Finnerty. She was speaking as Minister of State with …
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New FLAC Head Office
President Michael D Higgins opens new FLAC head office in Dublin February 25, 2019 A better and more comprehensive system of legal aid, as well as securing the availability of legal aid for cases where none is available, is required to begin to meet the scale of unmet legal need in Ireland. That’s according …
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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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Heritage Ireland 2030
Heritage Ireland 2030 – Heritage Council invites the public to share views on Ireland’s heritage February 8, 2019 The Heritage Council has announced details of a public meeting to support the Government’s public consultation on the future of Ireland’s heritage. The meeting will take place on Tuesday, 19th February at 6.30pm in the Claregalway Hotel, Claregalway, and will …
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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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Bauhaus Effects Conference 2019
Bauhaus Effects brings experts together to celebrate centenary of influential arts and design school February 7, 2019 A major conference to mark the 100-year anniversary of the influential Bauhaus school gets underway in Dublin. ‘Bauhaus Effects’ leads the Irish strand of the world-wide celebrations to mark the Bauhaus centenary, and reflects on the legacy of the innovative …
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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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Alcohol Action Ireland Silent Voices
Alcohol Action Ireland launches Silent Voices initiative on impacts of parental alcohol misuse on children January 17, 2019 Alcohol Action Ireland has launched a new initiative to raise awareness of the experience of growing up in Ireland with parental alcohol misuse.  Called Silent Voices, it aims to end the silence of this experience, by promoting an understanding of …
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EPA The Story of Your Stuff 2019
EPA invites students to explore their impact on the environment in The Story of Your Stuff 2019 competition January 16, 2019 “The EPA is calling on second-level students, who are influential consumers and will be the decision-makers of tomorrow, to use their unique artistic talents and inspire others to make low carbon and environmentally conscious consumption choices.  We have a very …
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