Archive for May, 2021

Local community remembers North Strand bombing of 1941

May 31st, 2021

The 80th Anniversary of the bombing of North Strand was marked today with a number of activities organised by The North Strand Bombing Commemoration Committee. The ceremony was held to remember and celebrate the 28 people who lost their lives in 1941 and to recognise this significant event as part of the history of Dublin city.
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Intercultural Ambassador Programme Launch in Dublin’s North East Inner City

May 28th, 2021

Dublin City Council and the North East Inner City Initiative today, Friday 28th May, launched the NEIC Intercultural Ambassadors Programme, which seeks to highlight cultural integration and celebrate diversity in this part of Dublin City.
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ITAA respond to Aer Lingus decision to close Shannon cabin crew base

May 19th, 2021

The Irish Travel Agents Association (ITAA) has expressed disappointment at the announcement by Aer Lingus today that they plan the permanent closure of their cabin crew base in Shannon.
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ALONE welcome Government’s approval of Sláintecare Implementation Strategy & Action Plan 2021-2023

May 12th, 2021

ALONE, the organisation that supports older people to age safely and securely at home, has welcomed and is encouraged by the Sláintecare Implementation Strategy & Action Plan 2021-2023, published this morning.
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Studiocanal announce principal photography and cast of ‘The Railway Children Return’

May 6th, 2021

STUDIOCANAL is delighted to announce the start of principal photography on THE RAILWAY CHILDREN RETURN revealing that BAFTA & Emmy Award winning Jenny Agutter will resume her role from the original THE RAILWAY CHILDREN, BAFTA winning Sheridan Smith, Academy Award nominee & BAFTA winning Tom Courtenay & a new generation of Railway Children will star. Shooting begins on location in the UK 10 May 2021. 
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Irish Travel Agents Association call for preparations to restart international travel

May 5th, 2021

The Irish Travel Agents Association (ITAA) are calling on the Government to initiate plans to reopen international travel within the EU.  Presenting to the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Transport later today, the ITAA are calling for the swift implementation of Digital Green Certificates in line with EU regulations and for the Government to begin to unwind current restrictions preventing international travel in order to restore consumer confidence and to set about rebuilding the Irish travel industry.
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