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 Examiner News Picture 11/01/15 School Principal John Murphy who welcomed home the 51st BT Young Scientist Winners Ian o'Sullivan and Eimear Murphy at Scoil Treasa ,Kanturk ,Co. Cork last evening . Picture:Des Barry
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 Examiner News Picture 11/01/15 School Principal John Murphy who welcomed home the 51st BT Young Scientist Winners Ian o'Sullivan and Eimear Murphy at Scoil Treasa ,Kanturk ,Co. Cork last evening . Picture:Des Barry
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 IE LIVE NEWS 11/12/2014 ... 
Two of the junior infants class pupils, Sam van der Molen and Aurelia Glodasik, looking out a window during a beak as they prepared for their Christmas show at Baltydaniel N.S., Newtwopothouse, near Mallow, Co. Cork. 
Picture: Denis Minihane.
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 Irish Examiner News Picture 26-11-2014
Geese enjoy the early morning sunshine as the Christmas market approaches on Rob Fitzsimmons East Ferry Farm near Midleton, Co Cork. Picture Dan Linehan
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 Ireland Rugby Open Training Session, Aviva Stadium, Dublin 31/10/2014
Ireland's Simon Zebo with supporters after training
Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Cathal Noonan
1677254 
 XXJOB 30-10-2014: Karen Horgan with a red rose on at Ballyseede Castle Hotel, Tralee on Thursday re enacting the ghost of Hilda Blennerhassett, the last of the Ballyseede Blennerhassetts, who some believe can still be seen walking the corridors of the hotel carrying the symbolic rose. The red rose secured the lineage of the Blennerhassett's for almost 400 years until Hilda died in 1965. Miss Blennerhassett was awarded the Mons Star for nursing in the Great War and died in the 'Crosby room where the words 'RIP' are now engraved on the window sill.
Picture by Don MacMonagle
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Ellieanne and Hannah Murphy stirring the chowder from their father, Garrett Murphy of Trawl & Trend in Bantry pictured at the Cork heat of the All-Ireland Chowder-Cook on the Friday of the 38th Kinsale Gourmet Festival.
Picture. John Allen
1670645 
 02-10-2014: Award-winning chef Neven Maguire, who was judging at the opening day of the Dingle Peninsula Food Festival on Thursday and also received the inaugural Blas na hEireann, Producers’ Champion Award. Neven is pictured here with Aoife Molly, Lucan, Co. Dublin and Laura O'Callaghan, Timoleague, Co Cork. The Dingle Peninsula Food Festival will continue until Sunday 5th October, with a fun, foodie packed weekend.  Over 80 Taste Trails will take in various venues throughout the town and includes a huge farmer’s market and a programme of workshops and cookery demonstrations covering a huge range of topics.  Huge art Installations covering the topic of food miles and food wastage are situated in key locations in the centre.  For further information please click on www.dinglefood.com.
Picture: Eamonn Keogh (MacMonagle, Killarney) FREE PR PHOTO NO REPRO
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Sinead Duffy and Aoife walsh pictured when they announced details of Ireland's First Zombie Infested 5k Adventure Race in Malahide Castle which will take place on October 26th, the event is being run in conjunction with reachout.com who support youth mental health nationwide.

Irelands First Ever Run For Your Lives Event at Malahide Castle on Sunday October 26th will feature an obstacle course that includes a zombie infested maze, a paintball sniper alley, army crawl nets and in addition to these physical tests, runners will have to dodge and avoid chasing Zombies!!!!

To participate in this thrilling event, please book your tickets now at http://www.eventbrite.ie/e/run-for-your-lives-ireland-tickets-13132897851

Pictures Brian McEvoy
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 EEjob 02/10/2014.
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Sundays Well Boys National School, 3rd Green Flag Ceremony, at Sundays Well Boys NS, Strawberry Hill, Blarney Road, Cork.
In the Front Row, Daniel Fahy and Thomas O'Leary, Junior Infants, at the Greeh Flag celebration Show.
Picture. Jim Coughlan.
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 26/09/2014. FREE TO USE IMAGE. Pictured at the Irish Hot Air Ballooning Championships in Waterford City at the Night Glow on Friday Night (Last Night), large crowds lined Waterford Quayside to see the light spectacle. Picture: Patrick Browne
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 Examiner News Picture 26/09/2014 Indian Summer. Tina Philips born in Bantry but now residing in Wales takes time out for coffee at Bantry House in West Cork yesterday. Picture: Des Barry.
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 25/09/2014. FREE TO USE IMAGE. Waterford Imagine Festival. Waterford is ‘awash’ with talent this Imagine Festival! A programme featuring 62 different events for the Arts festival was announced today in Waterford, looking forward to the Festival which gets underway in the City from October 16th is Rose Keating, Niamh McCann, Rachel Maley, Odile De Leastar and Sean Smith. see Imagineartsfestival.com. Picture: Patrick Browne
 
13th Annual Imagine Arts Festival Programme Announced in Waterford
 
Waterford is ‘awash’ with talent this Imagine Festival
 
The Programme for 13th annual Imagine Arts Festival will be announced in Waterford City today, Thursday, September 25th at St. Patrick’s Gateway Centre. Waterford native and Editor of The Irish Times Kevin O’Sullivan officially launches the 2014 programme.
 
Ireland’s oldest City will be awash with Irish and International talent for ten days from October 16th to October 26th as 62 different events both free and ticketed will be on offer at a variety of venues across Waterford City centre.
 
According to the Festival Director, Ollie Breslin, the programme for this year’s Imagine festival will celebrate a wide variety of art forms including the spoken word, music, dance, comedy, visual art and drama. 
 
“We are delighted to host such a variety of artists at this year's festival, it is a very enticing programme and we expect that tickets will be hot property. Waterford has always been a great supporter of the Arts. Imagine Arts Festival is proud to play a role in continuing that tradition.”

Some of the 2014 festival highlights include music from U.S. Folk singer Tim Eriksen; The Lost Brothers; American musician Lee Ranaldo best known as a co-founder of Sonic Youth, the world’s most famous brass band ‘The Black Dyke Band’, Dylan Tighe, Mick Flannery and a whole weekend of Trad with the John Dywer Trad Weekend.
 
Author and playwright Michael Harding will also feature along with Author John MacKenna, Michael Smith, Colm Keegan and festival-man Mark Graham.
 
History and Heritage is on offer with ‘Booze, Blaas n’Banter’ event which celebrates the City’s Quayside and maritime heritage, featuring a host of journalist, authors and musicians at a traditional ‘early house’ this event is one not to be missed.
 
A variety of visual art will also be on offer with a Patrick Morrison Retrospective Exhibition featuring 20 of his most famous prints. In addition cartoonist and illustrator Gerald Scarfe will also host an exhibition along with artists Paul Bolger and Kate Gaudig.
 
The premiere of a brand new documentary will also form part of the festival programme when the 'Ballybricken Documentary Film' by Mark Power will be screened on October 19th.
 
This year’s Festival also features an events programme especially for children including a 'Parade of Light' and a variety of theatre and dance events for all tastes and ages.
 
For full programme details see Imagineartsfestival.com
 
ENDS – September 25, 2014.
 
For further information, to organise an interview or to secure a Festival Press Pass contact: Ann Power 086 3065588 ann@powerhousepr.ie or Breffni Burke 086 856 3739 

Ann Power
Powerhouse PR
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Rosa Vallbella from Beaumont Boys & Girls NS launch the World Space Week 2014 schools competition in association with ESERO Ireland. CIT Blackrock Castle Observatory, Cork and the Dunsink Observatory, Dublin are running a competition for primary and 2nd level schools to win space themed workshops at their venues. Deadline for entries is the 25.9.14. All competition details are on www.bco.ie 
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 20/09/2014. FREE TO USE IMAGE. Comeraghs Wild Festival, Waterford. Pictured at the Comeraghs Wild Festival, Waterford where an audience of 200 scaled 400 metres to enjoy the compelling performance of Lackendara Jim - A hermit of the Comeragh Mountains by Rigout Productions, performed deep in the Comeragh Mountains at Lake Coumshinghaun during the Comeraghs Wild Festival, Waterford on Saturday night. Picture: Patrick Browne
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17/9/14
Launching the inaugural Ebony and Irony Fringe festival an addendum to the already very successful New Ross Piano Festival in county Wexford, which takes place for the ninth year from September 25th – 28th this year are Tyrone Denniss and Niall Wickham photograph Mary Browne.
Inaugural Fringe Festival Announced for New Ross Piano Festival
 
EBONY and IRONY FRINGE FEST
 
An inaugural Fringe Festival to the annual New Ross Piano Festival has been announced today (Wednesday September 17), the ‘Ebony and Irony Fringe Festival’ in New Ross Co. Wexford was developed as an addendum to the already very successful New Ross Piano Festival. Which takes place for the ninth year from September 25th – 28th this year.
 
The ethos of the Ebony and Irony Fest is to join forces with the already established Piano Festival and expand on the events and programme on offer to create a weekend for the whole family.
 
Co-ordinator of the Ebony and Irony Festival, Bettie-Marie Burger-Smit said: “In order for festivals to be able to access and have continued support from various agencies like Failte Ireland, they must attract a wider audience year on year, and create and increase in visitor numbers. We decided to give a hand by creating this event, in conjunction with the local businesses, and the support of the Chamber of Commerce, to assist in expanding the offering of the Piano Festival to even wider audiences.”
 
The Ebony & Irony Fringe Fest has a full programme of events, kicking off with a Piano Dual between local and renowned Wexford Pianist Toddy Walsh, and South African pianist Brynmore van Wyk. “Something akin to Zorro meets Liberace” with drama, humour and flare at 9pm on Friday 26 September – followed by continued piano and sing-a-longs.
 
Saturday is for the whole family, with workshops in various crafts, Looming, satire and humour, art, music syncopation and the list goes on – all in the name of fun. There will also be a full day of activities in Craft Central on the Quay, the Dunbrody Famine Ship as well as participating businesses and St Michael’s Theatre.
 
For the more active the annual Brandon House Hotel Hill run has been scheduled for 11am, in the morning, and this year it will form part of the Jack and Jill Foundation Hill Climb fundraiser.
 
On Saturday evening at the Brandon House Hotel the day ends with a stand up comedy night featuring two new and upcoming comedians. Fabu D is a Nigerian born comedian from Dublin that has built up quite the reputation on both sides of the border for his acerbic observations of Irish society, especially the Dublin community, and Steve Bennett – a native of Portlaoise who’s musical comedy has already delighted audiences in New Ross in the past. This will be followed by music, and some more entertainment on the resident piano. This is a strictly adults only event with strong language.
 
The Sunday will see the Fringe Fest end with the help of Guinness who has proudly engaged supported the festival, to celebrate their very own black and white offering in support of the Ebony & Irony Fringe Fest with an afternoon of live music. Weather permitting.

For more details on the event and the most up to date programme, please visit  www.ebonyandirony.net see Visitwexford.ie or call 051-421703.
 
ENDS – September 17, 2014.
 
For further details, to arrange an interview or a visit contact Ann Power 086-3065588


Ann Power
Powerhouse PR
 
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1664848 
 13th September, 2014.Farmer Tom Dillon from Fordstown, Kells, County Meath who came up with the idea of making a train and teddy bear from straw bales to attract attention to his pumpkin picking business in time for Halloween.Seen here at the teddy bear are twins Rory and Conor Dunne from nearby Pepperstown.Photo:Barry Cronin/www.barrycronin.com info@barrycronin.com 087-9598549/046-9055044 
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1664306 
 11-9-2014: All the Days of the Kerry dancers…Kerry minor footballer Tomas O'se along with Aoife Granville, fiddle and Aisling Barrett, Harp, swapped his football boots for his dancing shoes on Coomeenole Beach on Thursday to kick start the annual Dingle Tradfest, Ireland's newest innovative Trad-Fusion Music Festival. The All-Ireland dancing champion will line out with Kerry in the All-Irelandn football final the following Sunday before taking up a position with Riverdance for the next year. The festival provides a platform for both National and Internationally acclaimed performing artists to showcase modern and original talents within the usually more traditional environment that is the Dingle Peninsula. The festival kicked off on Thgursday and runs until September 14th Included in the programme is a series of night-time and lunchtime concerts as well as a session trail and some outdoor events including a session on one of the local mountain ranges. The goal of the festival is to promote Irish music in a new and unique way and one of the highlights of this be the continued tradition of the Saturday night Trad-Disco. 
Photo Don MacMonagle

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Marie Ryan from Dripsey, Cork, Gerald O Nolan from Annacotty Limerick and Olubunmi Ipinnaiue from Nigeria, all doctorates of Philosophy , Dept of Economics, Kemmy Business School ,pictured as they graduated from University of Limerick today.
Pic. Brian Arthur/ Press 22.
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Eugene Power from Midleton a member of the Irish Great War Society wearing a Munster Fusiliers uniform at the Timeline World War 1 audio visual show and the Great War exhibition at the City Hall, Cork, which runs until Friday the 29th of August. Picture Dan Linehan

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