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A new relationship between Midlands libraries will give students, researchers, and readers unprecedented access to archives, third-level resources, medical, and archive collections.
Cllr Nuala Nolan has hit out this week at plans to cut the funding for new books for Galway’s libraries by €150,000, despite an increase in the number of people now availing of library services.
As part of Library Ireland Week 2011, Westmeath County Library Service are pleased to announce the launch of their new eAudiobook Service, Clipper DL.
A library is a place you go to borrow books to read, but imagine a library where you can ‘borrow’ a bit of time with a person and hear the stories they have to tell.
The members of the cultural, education, and heritage SPC of Mayo County Council gave the go ahead this week for the Draft Development Plan for Mayo County Library to go to public consultation.
The written word remains a strong attraction to Kilkenny’s children, even with the proliferation of television, DVDs, computer consoles, laptops and other technological temptations it appears.
Kilkenny County Library’s brand new online service - The Naxos Music Library was launched recently by award winning Kilkenny violinist, Maria Ryan.
Public libraries in Ballymahon, Roscommon, and Ballinasloe are to benefit from funding as part of a two-year development plan for the library sector, it was announced this week.
Kilkenny Central Library and Kilkenny County Mobile library under the Public Libraries Capital Programme 2010 – 2011 are to receive capital funding from the government to better their services
The new library, which opened its doors to the public on June 11 2009, celebrated its first anniversary with satisfaction levels among the general public very evident. In its first full year of operation the new 847 sq m state-of-the-art library had 108,785 visitors pass through its doors in comparison to visitor numbers of 64,195 the previous year.