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Mayo weighted blanket company expands to enter UK market

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Mayo weighted blanket company, Kocoono, has announced its decision to use Northern Ireland as a base to meet growing UK demand.

€755,577 for Mayo music under Live Performance Support Scheme

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Funding of €755,577 has been issued to a proposed event series in Mayo under the Live Performance Support Scheme (LPSS), it was announced this week, with the funding varying from €26,446 to €159,536 issued for nine proposed event series by organisers based in Mayo.

Ireland needs to keep an eye on what is happening in Europe

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While domestic issues are likely to continue to dominate the political agenda – this past week seeing the re-emergence with a vengeance of the housing crisis as some light begins to emerge at the end of the pandemic tunnel – the coming months will also feature some tumultuous developments in European politics that may have significant implications for Ireland.

A year like no other

A year since Ireland went into a Covid-induced lockdown, we can look back and see how we have suffered and stagnated, progressed and then regressed in attempts to return to our pre-Covid normality.

Irish charity Co-operation Ireland kicks off 2021 with music event ‘X the Waves’

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Co-operation Ireland, the leading peace building charity across the island of Ireland, is excited to introduce ‘X The Waves’ (Cross The Waves) - a virtual music event taking place on January 16.

Enable Ireland seeks wild atlantic art

Enable Ireland is appealing to artists to donate art pieces inspired by the wild Atlantic coast for its upcoming charity sale.

Enable Ireland Seeks Wild Atlantic Art

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Enable Ireland is appealing to artists to donate art pieces inspired by our wild Atlantic coast for their upcoming charity sale.

Ring does not support 5km rule for rural Ireland

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Businesses and organisations across the county have had to lock their doors for a second time this year following the move to Level 5 of the Living With Covid plan for six weeks introduced by the Government from Thursday of this week.

‘Ireland will be poor no longer’

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From the comforts of Ballynahinch, such as they were at the time, William Makepeace Thackeray continues his exploration of the surrounding countryside as he gathered information for his successful Irish Sketch Book published some years after his tour in 1842.

Sleepover with Santa in Lapland

Christmas is approaching, things are getting busy in Lapland with Santa preparing for Christmas, and Fahy Travel is offering the sleepover of a lifetime. Santa’s homeland is the stuff of fairy tales, with snow dusted pine forests, cosy log cabins, and more reindeer than people all adding to the magic. If you only have a day to spare Fahy Travel will have a trip to suit you, whether you want to join elf school, decorate cookies with Mrs Claus, or take a reindeer sleigh, there is something to suit.

 

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