Flavours from the Island of Ireland
Apr24

Flavours from the Island of Ireland

Flavours from the Island of Ireland: Tourism Ireland’s latest video invites foodies everywhere to discover Ireland’s culinary delights. Called “Flavours from the Island of Ireland”, the short film provides a glimpse of the superb food scene here. From farm to fork, and from port to place, the message for ‘foodies’ and potential visitors around the world is that we’ve got incredible produce that inspires creative and delicious dishes...

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Erin Walton to visit Ireland
Mar11

Erin Walton to visit Ireland

Erin Walton to visit Ireland The sensitive middle daughter from the iconic TV Series, The Waltons is to visit her ancestral home in the late Spring. Mary McDonough, who for a decade portrayed Erin Walton in the TV Series, has Irish roots in Golden in Tipperary, Limerick, and in Dublin. She plans to explore her roots during her week long stay. Following her success as an actor Mary went on to be a successful author and producer, and...

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Dublin Airport wins global airport quality award.
Mar06

Dublin Airport wins global airport quality award.

Dublin Airport wins global airport quality award. It was joint first for customer service in Western Europe alongside Malta, Porto & Zurich airports Dublin Airport has won a major international award for the quality of the customer experience that it provides to its passengers. Dublin was the third best airport in Europe for customer service last year in a tie with Malta, Porto, and Zurich airports. Sochi and Moscow Sheremetyevo...

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IrishCoin A New Digital Currency For The Irish.
Feb08

IrishCoin A New Digital Currency For The Irish.

Exclusive offer for LiveIreland members Only! Get Free IrishCoin the new Irish Bitcoin. Have you heard of BitCoin? Well now there’s IrishCoin. A new peer to peer digital currency for the Irish community abroad and at home… IrishCoin will get you discounts with online Irish Gift Stores, Irish Pubs, Clubs, shops and Restaurants in Ireland and at Irish businesses near you. To download your digital wallet just follow the...

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Christmas in Ireland
Dec20

Christmas in Ireland

Lights, markets, family and friends. Here’s why we love Christmas in Ireland. A very happy Christmas to everyone around the world.

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Someone’s adopted a Christmas Tree in Glendalough
Dec20

Someone’s adopted a Christmas Tree in Glendalough

Spotted by lughnasadh on Reddit, someone decided to randomly dress up a tree for Christmas on the military road to...

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St Patrick’s celebrations get the green light around the world
Mar17

St Patrick’s celebrations get the green light around the world

Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening goes from strength to strength with 190 major landmarks and sites taking part this year – celebrating Ireland and St Patrick Some 190 iconic landmarks and sites around the world will be illuminated in green over the coming days – as part of Tourism Ireland’s 2016 Global Greening initiative to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. From Rome to Rio and from London to Las Vegas, a host of...

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Bono, The Script and Hansard on Grafton Street tonight.
Dec24

Bono, The Script and Hansard on Grafton Street tonight.

Bono busking on Grafton Street via The Scripts periscope! Now it’s Christmas!! via Sunny Bono  ...

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Margeson on the Music October 2015

Margeson on the Music October 2015 Posted by Bill Margeson on September 18, 2015 at 3:00 Send Message   View Blog The Instrumental Album of the Year for 2015 will be The Return of Spring by Buttons and Bows. This globally loved group has not recorded in years, but here they are—still fantastic. Brothers Manus and Seamus McGuire on fiddles, Jackie Daly on button box and Garry O’Briain on guitar have created another diamond that...

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New Slí na Sláinte walking route launched in Bruff
Oct19

New Slí na Sláinte walking route launched in Bruff

A new Slí na Sláinte walking route was launched in Bruff, the 12th such route to be developed in Limerick. Developed by the Irish Heart Foundation and supported by Bruff Tidy Towns, Limerick Sports Partnership and Limerick City & County Council, the 3.5 kilometre route is located north of the town and is designed to encourage people to get more active and get walking. The sign-posted route was launched by Deputy Mayor of the City...

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