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Athlone 3/4 Marathon by Gillian

With a slight nip in the air and my bags packed, I began my journey to Glasson Golf Club and the start line of the Athlone 3/4Marathon.  After a nice relaxing car journey down to Glasson and the car parked up, I made my way to Race HQ. I was to collect my race number […]

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Lucy Phelan

‘Stories, fables and tails’ at The Tipperary Excel Centre in August is my first solo show and I am very excited at the prospect of seeing ALL the pieces hang together for the very first time. It has been an exciting journey, sometimes peppered with panic and the odd low moment of frustration and doubt…. Read More

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Avolon to Purchase Dreamliners

Avolon, the international aircraft leasing group, and Boeing (NYSE: BA) today announce Avolon’s commitment to purchase six 787-9 Dreamliners. Avolon also reconfirms its order for five 737 MAX 9 aircraft, bringing Avolon’s total order commitment for 737 MAX aircraft to 20. These commitments bring Avolon’s owned, managed and committed fleet to 207 aircraft. The commitment […]
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Athlone 3Quarter Marathon prepares

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The Athlone 3/4 Marathon prepares for the 5th running through picturesque setting of County Westmeath on the 5th October 2014. Starting in the village of Glasson, the 30km event serves as perfect preparation for the Dublin Marathon. Over the years, Ireland’s top athletes have utilised this opportunity and have enjoyed the event to the fullest to […]

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Dublin Marathon set for October 27th

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Dublin Marathon – Monday October 27, 2014 is a public holiday in Ireland and Dublin, once again, will play host to one of the great European city marathons. This will be the 35th year of this great event which is run through the capital’s historic Georgian streets and its magnificent Phoenix Park. Thousands of boisterous […]

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Dingle prepares for 2014 run

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The Dingle Marathon prepares for the 6th running of this delightful event in County Kerry, on the West coast of Ireland, set for the 6th September 2014. In 2009, race organiser Ken Dunne, set his mind on running the inaugural event on the scenic coastal route of Dingle. What a success this proved to be […]

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Dublin Wilkommen German VIP Agents

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Dublin is playing host this weekend to Germany’s top meetings and event’s organisers as they arrived this weeked to experience all that the city has to offer.  Event Partners, corporate event management company,  has partnered with Failte Ireland to bring these high profile agents and corporate event planners to Dublin. [Read more…]

GB Visitor Boost Expected


Representatives from English Heritage were on a recent visit to Meath and Louth visiting some of the OPW sites that are now available free of charge to visitors with English Heritage membership cards. The group visited local sites including Bru na Boinne and the Battle of the Boyne Visitor Centre along with spending time in Dublin area taking in the Garden of Remembrance, Leinster House, the National Botanic Gardens and Dublin Castle. [Read more…]

Whytes – History, Literature and Collectibles

DUBLIN Artefacts and documents from three millennia comprise Whyte’s eclectic auction on Saturday 21 April. Entitled “History, Literature and Collectibles” the sale starts with Celtic gold ring money from 1,200 BC and the lots represent a potted history of Ireland with books on antiquities, coins from both the Cromwellian and Williamite Wars, documents, weapons, medals… Read More

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Commemoration of the Battle of Clontarf


During the recent celebratory commemoration of the Battle of Clontarf of 1014, there were close to 500 Vikings partaking in the celebration. Yes, lots of jolly costumed Vikings and mad Gaels bouncing about so as to re-enact the battles. [Read more…]