Africa Day 2019
Minister of State Cannon launches nationwide programme of community-based events to celebrate Africa Day 2019 May 14, 2019 Free family-friendly Africa Day 2019 events highlighting Ireland–Africa connections to take place in Cork, Dublin, Galway, Kildare, Laois, Limerick, Meath, Waterford and Wexford. Minister of State for the Diaspora and International Development, Ciarán Cannon T.D., has launched a nationwide programme …
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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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Colin Eaton
DHR makes wall space available to artists and creatives in a new CSR initiative March 22, 2019 Visual artist Colin Eaton exhibits collages of well-known Dublin landmarks Based in the heart of Dublin’s Art and Antiques Quarter, DHR enjoys a bright office space thanks to our high ceilings, expansive white walls and floor to ceiling shopfront windows …
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Tayto Park An Foras Pátrúnachta
5,000 young Gaeilgeoirí flock to Tayto Park to celebrate An Foras Pátrúnachta’s 25th anniversary September 28, 2018 The largest patron of Irish medium schools in Ireland, An Foras Pátrúnachta (AFP), has marked its 25th anniversary by bringing together the largest ever gathering of Gaelscoil pupils for a takeover of Tayto Park Theme Park & Zoo, Co. Meath. …
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An Foras Pátrúnachta Patronage
An Foras Pátrúnachta to apply for patronage for 13 new primary schools September 13, 2018 The largest patron of Irish-medium schools in the country, An Foras Pátrúnachta (AFP) has announced that it intends to apply for the patronage of 13 new primary schools due to open in 2019. The new schools were confirmed by the …
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Rental Market
Years of rising rents points to a rental market creaking at the seams August 17, 2018 Real and effective rent transparency measures need to be introduced, along with the creation of sustainable urban communities, if the Government is to begin to make any progress on tackling the ongoing crisis in the private rented market. That’s according …
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Liberties Festival
Liberties Festival announces vibrant programme of events for all ages June 28, 2018 Opera, a Lego workshop, an outdoor cinema, comedy, printing and a family fun day all feature in this year’s Liberties Festival, the programme for which was launched today (28.06.18) at an event on Thomas Street, Dublin 8. The unique culture, …
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Commuting by Bike
Commuting by Bike – Getting More Dubliners on their saddles November 28, 2016 Commuting by bike is the only logical choice for me. This has been the case for a number of years; whether I was cycling to school, college or work. It is quicker, cheaper and healthier (both for my mental and …
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The Complex
‘Reassembled, Slightly Askew’ comes to The Complex Theatre for Tiger Dublin Fringe 2016 September 14, 2016 The Tiger Dublin Fringe 2016 programme features a cutting edge performance piece about acquired brain injury. ‘Reassembled, Slightly Askew’ is an autobiographical live art piece by Shannon Yee, and is a co-production with The Complex which opened on Tuesday 13th …
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THINKTECH Challenge launched at Google HQ, Dublin June 21, 2016 DHR’s Account Director Sarah Harte was delighted to attend the launch of THINKTECH this morning at Google’s HQ. In today’s blog, Sarah tells us what it’s all about. It was an early start, but that didn’t stop the throngs of …
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