Minister Creed welcomes EU Commission co-funding decision for a Bord Bia pork and beef promotion campaign in the Philippines, South Korea and Vietnam

Minister Creed welcomes EU Commission co-funding decision for a Bord Bia pork and beef promotion campaign in the Philippines, South Korea and Vietnam

The Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Michael Creed TD has welcomed the awarding by the EU Commission of co-funding of €3.16 million towards a €3.9 million Bord Bia information and promotional campaign promoting European pork and beef over three years in the Philippines, South Korea and Vietnam. The ...

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Minister Madigan TD welcomes the arrival of ‘The Hauntings Soldier’ sculpture to St Stephen’s Green Park, in Dublin, to commemorate the centenary of the ending of World War I

Minister Madigan TD welcomes the arrival of ‘The Hauntings Soldier’ sculpture to St Stephen’s Green Park, in Dublin, to commemorate the centenary of the ending of World War I

The Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Josepha Madigan TD attended a special ceremony in St Stephen’s Green Park, to welcome the arrival of The Hauntings Soldier to Ireland. This beautiful and thought-provoking sculpture was created by Martin Galbravy and constructed by Chris Hannam at Dorset Forge and Fabrication. Its ghostly ...

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National Library adds Slovakia’s ‘The Bloody Sonnets’ to its collection

National Library adds Slovakia’s ‘The Bloody Sonnets’ to its collection

On November 5, 2018, the Embassy of Slovakia in cooperation with Dublin together with the National Library of Ireland and the Embassy of Slovakia in London presented to the Irish literary public a new translation of The Bloody Sonnets by Pavol Országh Hviezdoslav, Slovakia’s greatest poet. The Irish National Library kindly accepted the sonnets ...

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The Bloody Sonnets: Presentations of Slovak anti-war masterpiece commemorating the centenary of the ending of Great War

The Bloody Sonnets: Presentations of Slovak anti-war masterpiece commemorating the centenary of the ending of Great War

On November 5, the Embassy of Slovakia in Dublin together with the Embassy of Slovakia in London and National Library of Ireland is organising a presentation of a new translation of The Bloody Sonnets by Pavol Országh Hviezdoslav, Slovakia’s greatest poet. The event will mark the centenary of the ending ...

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President of Turkey celebrates Turkish National Republic Day

President of Turkey celebrates Turkish National Republic Day

I celebrate the October 29 Republic Day of our citizens who live in our country and abroad, as well as all our friends accompanying us on this day, which is source of joy and pride. At the ninety-fifth anniversary of the proclamation of our Republic, I commemorate all our heroes, ...

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