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Honda partners with Wings for Life World Run

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For the second time, Honda is set to sponsor the Wings for Life World Run in Ireland, as official vehicle partner. This year’s race takes place in Dun Laoghaire on May 3. As vehicle sponsor for the Irish race, Honda will provide the official race and support cars for the event, including the unique moving finish line, a Honda CR-V Catcher Car driven by Simon Zebo.

Major humanist conference for Salthill

The Humanist Association of Ireland will celebrate its 21st anniversary with a major conference in The Salthill Hotel on Thursday October 11 and Friday 12.

Judge’s Daybreak excel at Shelflife GRAM Awards

Eamonn and Rowena Judge, Daybreak, Sligo Road in Ballina won the Best Team Performance 2014 award at the Shelflife Retail Grocery Management Awards (GRAMs), held recently in The Royal Marine Hotel in Dun Laoghaire.

New exhibition opening in Custom House Studios

The Custom House Studios in Westport are pleased to present The Vanishing Present, a new exhibition by Sarah Stevens which was opened recently and will run until Sunday, February 9. The Vanishing Present is an art project that documents abandoned spaces and their possessions. Artist Sarah Stevens uses photography, sculpture, and drawing to record homes, schools, hotels, train stations, factories, and other empty spaces. These beautiful, decaying museums lie forgotten in every community in Ireland. Some are a consequence of the financial collapse, but many more have been around for longer.

New exhibition opening in Custom House Studios

The Custom House Studios in Westport are pleased to present The Vanishing Present, a new exhibition by Sarah Stevens which will be officially opened next Thursday, January 16 and will run until Sunday, January 9. The Vanishing Present is an art project that documents abandoned spaces and their possessions. Artist Sarah Stevens uses photography, sculpture, and drawing to record homes, schools, hotels, train stations, factories, and other empty spaces. These beautiful, decaying museums lie forgotten in every community in Ireland. Some are a consequence of the financial collapse, but many more have been around for longer.

Reconstruction for Mayo lighthouse

A challenging lighthouse redevelopment project has been completed on one of the most testing sites on the Irish Atlantic coast. The Commissioners of Irish Lights (CIL) has completed a reconstruction and modernisation project at Eagle Island Lighthouse in Mayo, a landmark lighthouse safeguarding Ireland’s northwest coast.

Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs

Irish students have been able to have an Erasmus year abroad for nearly 30 years. But did you know that young entrepreneurs who have recently set up a business have the same opportunity? An EU scheme is funding international business exchanges for go-ahead young people and for host businesses eager for new ideas.

Discover Ireland sailing team sets sail

A group of sailors from Galway are taking to the water again for a summer campaign that will culminate with the famous Fastnet Race.

The Six Marys returns to Athlone after Dun Laoghaire stint

Jean Farrell’s play The Six Marys, full of memories and melodies played to a full house in Dun Laoghaire recently after a group of people heard about the success of the play in Athlone and invited the group to present the play in Dun Laoghaire.

Fisheries action group set up to boost revenue

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Representatives from fishing, aquaculture, tourism, community development, county councils and leader groups were recently brought together by Bord Iascaigh Mhara (BIM), the Irish Sea Fisheries Board, to establish a Fisheries Local Action Group or (FLAG) for the Western region (Galway and Clare) with the aim of boosting revenue.

 

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