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Calling on Ireland’s budding astrophotographers

‘Reach for the Stars’, the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies (DIAS) astrophotography competition, has returned for the fourth year running and is calling on Ireland’s budding astro-photographers to submit their images.

Entrants can submit images across five competition categories – including the newly added mobile phone category.

Further information, including the competition guidelines and entry form, is available at www.reachforthestars.ie

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Discovering the Magic of the 2024 International Literature Festival Dublin

Now in its 27th year, The International Literature Festival Dublin returns to its Literary Village home in Merrion Square Park with its biggest-ever program, featuring over 230 events, including more than 35 for families and kids alone. 

The festival showcases a diverse mix of authors, speakers, creatives and performers representing over 25 nationalities, including Richard E. Grant, Marian Keyes, Amor Towles, Marilynne Robinson, Seanchoíche, Liz Pichon and many more

Attendees can expect discussions, debates, cross-cultural conversations, insights into the creative process, and much more for all ages and interests, all as part of this 10-day live literary celebration, brought to you by Dublin City Council and supported by the Arts Council. 

 
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An Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar departing Áras an Uachtaráin after meeting with President Higgins to present his resignation as Taoiseach

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Future architects from @tudublin  lead radical change in how we build

The event welcomed students and staff from all eight schools of architecture on the island of Ireland as part of the Building Change initiative, a national, collaborative project between the six schools of architecture in the Republic of Ireland to radically transform the professional curricula. 

Pictured at the School of Architecture at University of Limerick  for the Building Change student symposium were Eduard Iacub , UL 2nd year student , Josh McGrath, TU Dublin 2nd year student and Alice Tyrrell, SETU Waterford Student.

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Storm Kathleen batters The Great South Wall, Dublin

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Dublin City Council unveils commemorative plaque dedicated to Devlin’s Pub

The building which was the original site for Devlin’s Pub on Parnell Street, an important meeting venue for GHQ Intelligence from 1919 to 1921, was memorialised by a Dublin City Council commemorative plaque earlier today @lordmayorofdublin 

In mid-1919, Derry born Liam Devlin relocated from Glasgow with his family of seven children to a public house that he bought at 68 Parnell Street, Dublin. Within a few weeks he had offered the use of upstairs rooms to Michael Collins. 

Michael Collins waited here for news about the abandoned escape and later execution of Kevin Barry. He was also in Devlin’s Pub on the morning of Bloody Sunday. The pub was the location of the Mutiny, which threatened the very survival of the Free State, led by Liam Tobin, in March 1924.

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Google names Jasmine Feehan of Dóchas Design Studio winner of this year's You're the Business competition

@google has named Jasmine Feehan founder of Dublin based @dochasdesignstudios - an Irish studio specialising in gifting, homewares and acce ssories, one of 21 winners from across Ireland to secure a truly unique, money- can't-buy prize as part of the You’re The Business campaign. 

Speaking about the competition, Jasmine said “I entered the You’re the Business Competition with hopes of expanding my digital expertise, growing my business online and advertising outside of social media. Developing the Dóchas Design Studio website and social media channels has allowed me to give a real sense of personality and brand identity to the business online."

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