Launch of Virginia Pumpkin Festival.
Pictured are Emily (right, 4) and Paddy (8) Breslin at the launch of the 2010 Virginia Pumpkin Festival in Virginia, Co. Cavan.
This year’s festival takes place from 22nd – 25th October 2010 and will feature chart topper Imelda May who will perform live at the marquee on Saturday 23rd October.
For further information and tickets visit Virginia Pumpkin
Photo: Photocall Ireland
Mater Hospital Breast Cancer Appeal. Pictured L to R are Sarah McGovern and Anna Daly encouraging women to sign up to run the Flora Womens Mini Marathon in aid of the Mater Breast Cancer Appeal.
Today (Tuesday 27/4/2010) is the last day for ladies to sign up to run the Flora Womens mini marathon and this year the Mater Breast Cancer Appeal are hoping to increase the amount of funds allocated to research, to give women the best possible chance to fight Breast Cancer in the future.
To sign up, check out www.materfoundation.ie
Exposed – New lastminute.com survey reveals Ireland’s wandering eye.
Models Vinnie Gough and Georgia Salpa at the launch of lastminute.com’s ‘Top Secret Hotels’ sale, where the company uncovered a new survey on some of the secrets people in Ireland keep when it comes to relationships.
One in three admitted to being unfaithful to their partners and a whopping 71% think that cheating in Ireland is commonplace. Almost four out of ten people in a relationship have ‘sexted’ a third party.On a more positive note, seven out of ten who have cheated say that they regret it.
lastminute.com’s sale offers up to 50% off the travel website’s 4-star and 5-star ‘Top Secret Hotels’ for online bookings made between 8th April and 3rd May 2010.
Due to the generosity of the discounts the participating hotels are not named until the booking is completed. The offer applies to a range of four and five star hotels in a range of locations including London, Barcelona, Rome, Istanbul, Dubai, Belfast and Dublin.
Miriam O’Callaghan pictured with Finn and Saoirse Burton launching the Boyne Valley Honey’s Book of Kells National Schools competition at the Long Hall in Trinity College Dublin.
Primary, secondary and third level students and adults have the chance to win one of three copies of the Fine Art Facsimilie of The Book of Kells.
Entrants are invited to submit a work of art on the subject of their choice based on wither the Book of Kells itself, the monks who illustrated it or life in 9th Century Ireland.
Glanbia today kick off a PR offensive aimed at regaining the significant market share that they have lost to cut-price retailers.
The dairy giant today also announced major reductions to the price which it charges retailers for its range of milk brands. These price reductions are likely to mean a saving of a minimum of 10% per 2 litre pack of milk.
Pictured enjoying a glass of milk thanks to Glanbias price reduction announcement are model Aisling Pugh and her daughter Alannah Pugh.
A major “piss-up in a brewery” took place in Dublin yesterday evening to mark Arthurs Day to mark 250 years of that famous Irish brand, Guinness.
Kasabian, Estelle, Tom Jones and Dizzee Rascal played a gig in the famous Guinness’ Dublin brewery.
At the same time as the main show, a series of gigs were staged across the Irish capital, featuring over 60 artists playing in 33 venues, ranging from concert halls to tiny pubs.
Among those playing were The Enemy, Razorlight, Fionn Regan, Natalie Imbruglia, Richard Hawley, Roots Manuva and Supergrass offshoot The Hot Rats.
Events to mark the anniversary were also taking place across the globe, with Sean Paul playing in Lagos, while Black Eyed Peas were in Kuala Lumpur. A Guinness show was also held in New York.
This huge marketing and PR event is sure to reap alot of benefits for our iconic brand.
Labour party leader Eamon Gilmore TD and Deputy Leader and Spokesperson on Finance Joan Burton at launch of Labour Party Analysis of NAMA Bill.
Independent Councillors call for a No vote to Lisbon.
Catherine Connoly, Richard Boyd Barrett, Joan Collins, Cieran Perry and Terry Kelleher pictured at todays No to Lisbon press conference.
The photocall launch of the Fianna Fail Yes-to-Lisbon campaign got a little confusing yesterday when Sinn Fein protesters calling for a NO vote turned up and stood amongst the Fianna Failers outside the Royal College of Physicians in Kidare Street, Dublin.
Poor PR stunt by Sinn Féin.
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