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€30 million in Core Funding for Sports Bodies in 2024

The Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media, Catherine Martin, and the Minister of State for Sport and Physical Education, Thomas Byrne, today announced a record investment of almost €30 million in core funding support to sporting organisations, through Sport Ireland, for 2024. Read More

Skillnet Innovation Exchange And Sport Ireland Partner To Support Digital Transformation Of Sport In Ireland

Minister Byrne Launches Winter Initiative 2023

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History

New Exhibition at Dublin Castle Chronicling Key Aspects of Irish Life Over the Last 100 Years

Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media, Catherine Martin TD, will today open a new exhibition in the Coach House, Dublin Castle, which reflects aspects of life in independent Ireland, as revealed in the records of the state. Read More

National Siblings Day – In 1882, Two Sets of Three Siblings Married in Unusual Triple Wedding in West Clare

Today, April 10th, 2024, we celebrate National Siblings Day, a cherished occasion that grows in popularity each passing year. This informal yet beloved holiday is dedicated to honouring the special bond shared between siblings. In the spirit of this celebration, let's delve into a remarkable tale from Irish history that beautifully illustrates this bond - the story of the Roche siblings. Read More

Sceilg Mhichíl Among Sites Selected for International Heritage Project

Sceilg Mhichíl is one of ten World Heritage Properties selected to take part in the international ICOMOS-National Geographic Preserving Legacies: A Future for our Past project, and is the only European site selected. Other sites include Petra in Jordan, the Rice Terraces of the Philippine Cordilleras and Angkor Archaeological Park in Cambodia. The National Monuments Service (NMS) in partnership with the Office of Public Works (OPW) represent Ireland on the project. Read More

Heritage Sites Announced to Re-Open Across the Country

The Office of Public Works is delighted to announce the reopening of heritage sites across Ireland from 16 March 2024. The new season offers a great opportunity for visitors to rediscover the rich and diverse cultural heritage of their local areas. Read More

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