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Macnas will take to the streets of the Lithuanian capital Vilnius tomorrow night where it will stage its street theatre show Whose Kingdom Is This Anyways?
THE FOUNDER of the Burrow Sessions radio-show on Australia’s Rabbit Radio, Kevin Hynes, will DJing in Kelly’s Bar this Saturday.
A representative for Bus Éireann told a Mayo district court this week that the death of a man at its Ballina depot three years ago was a “source of profound regret” for the entire company.
Shannon Airport has today welcomed Ryanair’s announcement that it is to strengthen its winter schedule with the addition of further capacity from the end of October.
Ireland West Airport Knock, in partnership with Ryanair, officially launched Ryanair’s biggest summer and winter schedules from the airport in the Knockranny House Hotel in Westport recently. This year Ryanair will fly to a record 16 destinations from Ireland West Airport Knock, and for the first time carry a milestone of 580,000 passengers from the airport – an 11 per cent increase on 2013 figures. In recent weeks Ryanair launched the three exciting new services to Glasgow (Scotland), Kaunas (Lithuania), and Eindhoven (Netherlands). In addition Ryanair has increased capacity by 20 per cent of its London Luton and Stansted services, adding 50,000 new seats in 2014, providing increased choice and day return options for business, leisure, and VFR passengers in the west of Ireland and the London market.
Ireland West Airport Knock is set for a boost in passenger numbers after Ryanair launched its biggest summer and winter schedules.
Ryanair now has more routes and expects to carry more passengers than ever before from Ireland West Airport Knock.
More than 15,000 new tourists are expected for the west and northwest as Ryanair launches three new services from Glasgow, Eindhoven, and Kaunas to Ireland West Airport Knock this week. The launch represents yet another significant milestone for the airport and western region as it provides the first scheduled direct air access to the Dutch and Lithuanian market. It also opens up access to the Benelux region of Europe, which has a population of some 28m people with the new Eindhoven service providing convenient access to Belgium and Luxembourg.
NUI Galway researchers are part of an exciting EU-funded project looking at how stem cells from adult fat tissue could be used to activate the regeneration of cartilage. If successful, their work could lead to effective new treatments for millions of osteoarthritis sufferers. Positive, early results indicate the treatment could become a reality for patients within the next five years.
St Gerald’s College, Castlebar, was recently selected as one of only a select number of schools in the country to participate in a new education project, the EUFolio project. A total of 25 schools in Ireland will take part in this project alongside schools in five other European countries, Spain, Austria, Cyprus, Bulgaria, and Lithuania.