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Two first year students at Our Lady’s Bower have been making waves, featuring in an Irish Times special on the direct provision system in Ireland and putting together a documentary on RTÉ radio during the Christmas holidays.
RTÉ digital marketing director Lucy Campbell, and Emer Lawn, director of award winning firm Mediaworks, have been added to the panel of speakers at the first Online Marketing in Galway (OMiG) Digital Summit.
Illustrator Alan Nolan and visually impaired artist Padraig Naughton have teamed up with Sightsavers Ireland to call on primary school students across Mayo to let their inner artists loose and get their paintings ready for the sixth annual Junior Painter of the Year Awards, reminding them that the closing date is only weeks away, January 16 2015.
With the festive period now over, politicians have turned their thoughts to the year ahead and in one respect the mood across the parties is the same – we are now in an election year.
The Irish Times, Newstalk, and Tourism Ireland are big brands and household names to many. They are among the companies which have successfully negotiated the digital age. Have you ever wondered how they did it, and continue to do so? Well now you can find out.
The team at Online Marketing in Galway have been hard at work over the last few months to pull out all the stops for what promises to be an amazing event.
‘People should stay rather than emigrate, it’s too convenient for the Establishment for them to go away’
In these times of ongoing austerity, looming water charges, and general disaffection, God knows we could all do with a laugh. Let us raise our glasses therefore, in thanks and salutation, to writer Eamonn Kelly who delivers guffaws a-plenty in The Franz Kafka Centre for the Uninvolved, newly e-published and ready for download to a Kindle near you.
Westport Folk and Bluegrass Festival has been shortlisted in three categories in the Irish Festival Awards – Best Small Festival, Best Lineup and the Family Festival Award.
The economic downturn coupled with recent charity controversies has made the task of raising €1 million a year “very challenging” for a local cancer charity which depends significantly on public donations.
TWO STALWARTS of the Cork folk and roots music scene - Greenshine, the band consisting of Mary Green and Noel Shine, and singer-songwriter Hank Wedel - play Monroe’s Live on Monday December 22.