“Travel Wise” Leaflet for Euro 2016 Fans travelling to France
50,000 "Travel Wise" leaflets were available to fans at the Aviva match between Ireland and the Netherlands that took place last week. Key travel tips contained in the leaflets also appear on the big screens that night.
Matt LeBlanc talks about visit to Dingle in Kerry
Graham Norton had Matt LeBlanc of Friends fame on his show recently talking about his new Top Gear show when Graham asked him about filming the show in the south of Ireland. LeBlanc then mentioned his hen-do experience where a girl and her friend were on their way to a hen-do when one of them just came over an took a selfie.McHugh appointed as new Minister for Diaspora
Donegal Fine Gael TD Joe McHugh has recently been appointed Minister for the Diaspora and Overseas Aid. He has taken over his role from Jimmy Deenihan who lost his seat in the general elections. VIDEO: Thai Tims new Ireland Euro 2016 song goes viral
It's not the first time that the Thai Tims have been singing songs from Ireland or about Ireland. This time, their new song has received over 910,000 views in one day and counting on Facebook. The video has received over 13,000 Likes and over 17,000 shares.Older than Ireland documentary gets US & Canada release
docufilm that follows thirty Irish men and women ages 100 or over is now being
released in the US. When it was first released in Ireland, we wrote about this
poignant film that explores each centenarian’s journey, from their birth at the
dawn of Irish independence to their life as a centenarian in modern day Ireland.
Skellig Michael is "just indescribably beautiful" – says Luke Skywalker
Tourism Ireland takes us once again behind the scenes to the filming of Star
Wars: The Force Awakens on Skellig Michael in County Kerry, Ireland.
TV announce worldwide access
The global Irish community will
have instant multi-platform access to Ireland’s first international TV channel
thanks to an historic deal announced between Irish TV and Tata Communications.
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