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Ireland’s oldest children's charity the ISPCC has launched its Holly Bake fundraiser sponsored by Betty Crocker.
Comhrá 24/7 will be the longest continuous conversation in the Irish language ever held, running from September 29 to October 6, in a bid to create a conversational world record as part of Bliain na Gaeilge 2013.
A group of students from Moate Community College were ecstatic at the news that their environmental action project was one of the 70 groups across the Republic and Northern Ireland shortlisted for ECO-UNESCO’s Young Environmentalist Awards showcase and ceremony in the Mansion House on May 22.
ECO-UNESCO, Ireland’s environmental education and youth organisation, is making a final call to young people across Ireland to take environmental issues into their own hands. Due to popular demand, the registration deadline for the ECO-UNESCO Young Environmentalist Awards 2013 been extended until Friday December 21. The programme recognises and rewards young people who create environmental action projects that directly affect and influence their local communities.
The Irish Cancer Society and Dell ask Mayo for help to reach this year’s Daffodil Day target set at €3.5million to help fund free patient care services. Daffodil Day will take place on March 23.
A group of young people from St Brigid’s College in Callan, Co Kilkenny made a successful pitch to judges at a Dragon’s Den-style ‘Eco-Den’, hosted by Eco-Unesco in Dublin on March 31 and April 1.
This election will be like no other for a number of reasons. But one of the major reasons has been the explosion of social media since we last went to the ballot boxes in a general election in 2007. While Facebook is something that has become part of the social fabric of communication world wide, it was only in its infancy as a world-wide communication tool four years ago. But even Facebook has been usurped as a instant communication tool by the evolution of Twitter.
IN THIS era of downloading and Youtube, the means of production have transferred from the record companies to ordinary people, raising questions over the relevance of copyright.
A Summer Quiz Night will take place tonight at 9pm in Bar Ritz, Castlebar in aid of Macra Na Feirme.
This year, the David Manley Emerging Entrepreneur Awards is offering €100,000 as well as mentoring for all nine short-listed entrants and Alfie Kane, chairman of the panel of judges, is calling on Mayo entrepreneurs in the business, arts, or social areas to enter the competition.