Archive for September, 2020

ALONE welcomes the intricacies of six-month Resilience Recovery plan

September 16th, 2020

ALONE, the organisation which supports older people, has welcomed the medium-term approach to COVID-19 as outlined by the Government earlier today. Currently the whole country is at a Level 2 status, with the exception of Dublin which has additional measures at Level 2, depending on the number of cases in the city and county over the next week. Level 2 means that those aged 70 and older and the medically vulnerable should exercise judgment regarding the extent to which they engage with others in and outside the home. Specific guidance is yet to be provided.
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Irish Travel Agents Association statement regarding Resilience Recovery plan

September 15th, 2020

The Irish Travel Agents Association (ITAA) have expressed their disappointment in relation to the Government’s six month Resilience and Recovery plan for living with COVID-19, stating that nothing has changed regarding the current situation for the Irish travel sector.
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Wolfwalkers to open in Irish and UK cinemas from Friday 30th October

September 11th, 2020

Wildcard Distribution is delighted to be bringing the highly anticipated animated feature WOLFWALKERS to Irish and UK cinemas from Friday 30th October with previews from Monday 26th October.
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ALONE highlights increased loneliness among older people as COVID-19 pandemic continues

September 10th, 2020

ALONE, the organisation which supports older people is calling on members of the public to reach out to older people in their lives who may be feeling particularly isolated at the moment due to the current COVID-19 guidelines. The organisation is concerned by the negative impact of loneliness on older people’s mental health, and is asking the public to continue to reach out and stay in touch with their older relatives, neighbours and friends.
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Irish Travel Agents call for Government support for Irish travel sector

September 9th, 2020

The Irish Travel Agents Association (ITAA) is calling on the Government to provide supports for travel agents who are struggling as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The ITAA have consistently voiced their concerns regarding the impact that the COVID-19 crisis is having on travel agents throughout the country, and are calling for assistance from Government in the form of measures such as wage subsidies and grants to help repair some of the damage to Irish travel businesses in the wake of the pandemic.
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Calling all Buskers! Applications are now open for the virtual Busker Fleadh 2020!

September 7th, 2020

Experience the best of independent music and performance, in an electrifying atmosphere at the Busker Fleadh, taking place online for the first time this year on Saturday 3rd and Sunday, 4th October. Organised by Dublin City Council, this FREE family event will showcase some of the most exciting and unique busking acts from across the country, filmed in Meeting House Square in the heart of Temple Bar!


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ALONE cautions members of the public to stay mindful of older people

September 3rd, 2020

ALONE, the organisation which supports older people is calling on members of the public to be vigilant of older people who may be feeling particularly vulnerable as children go back to school this week, as we are seeing more activity and movement from families. The organisation welcomes continued updates on the current guidelines for older people from Government, while encouraging a more long-term plan to be identified and mapped out for future expectations.
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