Tourism Ireland

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 A couple enjoy the view over the Upper Lake from the Spink Trail in Glendalough, Co Wicklow. Photograph: Getty Images

Tourism Ireland is to increase its spending by €10 million to €45 million next year and mount its first new global advertising campaign in seven years(...)

In the aftermath of the Disclosures Tribunal and recent amendments to Ireland’s whistleblowing laws, “it is understandable that Irish employers are seeking clarity on how to deal with protected disclosures in the workplace”

MONDAY (November 26th) Results: Fusion Antibodies. Indicators: UK mortgage approvals (Oct); German business climate, current conditions and expectat(...)

Niall Gibbons, CEO of Tourism Ireland Photograph: Dave Meehan/The Irish Times

A hard Brexit could hit the number of British tourists visiting Ireland, the head of Tourism Ireland Niall Gibbons has warned. Mr Gibbons said it was(...)

Eoin O’Leary, Ireland’s ambassador to the People’s Republic of China.

On behalf of Team Ireland in China, I warmly welcome the first China International Import Expo (CIIE) in Shanghai. Ireland will have a strong presen(...)

An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar.

Ireland and China mark 40 years of diplomatic relations next year. Over those four decades, our two economies have been transformed by opening up to t(...)

The automated emails will be sent to Tourism Ireland’s contact database of potential holidaymakers abroad, promoting Ireland as a destination to visit.

Tourism Ireland is planning to spend more than €1 million on Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology, to write marketing emails for the agency. The (...)

President Michael D Higgins: He believes it’s a “myth” that he had an easier campaign than others in 2011 and says his long experience means he might be tougher than his rivals.   Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

It’s always harder the second time. Back in 2011, Michael D Higgins had dodgy knees but was the only one left standing as his rivals were toppled in (...)

Paul O’Toole, chief executive of Solas, is to head the Higher Education Authority.

The chief executive of Solas, the State body with responsibility for further education and training, has been appointed as the new head of the Higher (...)

President Michael D Higgins speaks to reporters. Photograph: PA

President Michael D Higgins has given some details of the spending of a unaudited €317,000 annual Áras An Uachtaráin allowance. Earlier this week Mr (...)

The Minister Shane Ross said the tourism industry is “on fire”. Photograph: Alan Betson

Shane Ross, the Minister for Transport and Tourism, says he is “puzzled” by criticism of his performance from the tourism industry, as the sector’s pe(...)

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