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Win a Case of Beaujolais Nouveau
Wine enthusiasts around the world will enjoy their first sip of Beaujolais Nouveau 2019 vin de Prime...

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Awards for Foodservice Suppliers
Organised by the industry for the industry, Food & Bev Live returns to the Citywest Dublin on th...

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'Food Service Must Cut Waste' says Mahony
The Food service industry must play its part in reducing food waste,  Noel Mahony, chief execut...

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Hotels dump food worth €180m.
 The EPA released a research report last week – “Reducing Commercial Food Waste in Ireland”alon...

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West Coast Sales Blitz


Tourism Ireland, together with a delegation of 20 tourism enterprises, is undertaking a three-day sales blitz to the United States this week..
 The ‘Fill Your Heart with Ireland’ travel trade and media blitz will see 13 companies from the island of Ireland, together with seven US tour operators, visit three key cities on the west coast of the United States – Seattle, San Diego and Los Angeles (Westlake Village). Their busy schedule will include a B2B event in each city – showcasing their products, experiences and the island of Ireland to the American travel professionals, via a 60-minute interactive presentation on stage. It will also include opportunities for networking with influential American travel and lifestyle journalists.


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Ireland's West End Show

Forty-five top British meetings and events professionals attended ‘Ireland Meets the West End’ in London. The annual B2B event – organised by Tourism Ireland in conjunction westend1119with Fáilte Ireland and Tourism NI – saw the buyers meet, and do business with, some 37 tourism businesses from across the island of Ireland.
  Pictured are Chanel Malone, Select Hotels of Ireland; Simon Gidman, Tourism Ireland; and Katie Brooks and Rachael Tamblyn, both Parallel Blue, at the ‘Ireland Meets the West End’ event in London.
 The aim of ‘Ireland Meets the West End’ is to grow business tourism from Britain to the island of Ireland. The event provides a valuable opportunity for the companies from Ireland to showcase and sell their product and to convince the British buyers to confirm their meetings and events in Ireland for 2020 and beyond.


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'Release Brexit funds' says ITIC

ITIC has called onthe  Government to release tourism’s ‘no deal’ Brexit fund to support the industryitic1119
At the “Let’s Talk Tourism” conference Ruth Andrews, chairperson of the Irish Tourism Industry Confederation (ITIC),  called on the Government to release some of the ‘no deal’ Brexit fund that has been set aside for tourism. 
Pictured are Jane Stacey - Head of Tourism Unit, OECD; Margaret Cahill - Chairperson National Tourism Forum; Olivia O'Leary - Moderator at Conference; Conor Pope - Irish Times and Ruth Andrews - Chairperson, ITIC


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Ant and Dec's DNA Tour

TV presenters Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly have been highlighting our spectacular scenery and various locations around Ireland on ITV.antdec1119
A two-part documentary, called Ant and Dec’s DNA Journey, aired earlier this week. It showed the pair’s investigation into their ancestors – which took them to Drumkeeran in Co Leitrim, Desertmartin and Slieve Gallion in the Sperrins, as well as to Fermoy in Co Cork and Castle Ward in Co Down – meeting relatives and discovering old family connections via DNA matching.


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New video promotes hiking

Tourism Ireland has unveiled a new online film showcasing our superb scenery and reminding prospective visitors around the world that one of the best ways to truly appreciate thwalking1119at scenery is to explore it on foot.
 With walks, trails and hikes to suit every ability, the latest video from Tourism Ireland – called "Walking around the island of Ireland” – shows how everyone can get outdoors and get active while exploring the island of Ireland on foot. The message is that walking in Ireland lets our visitors take in the sights, sounds and landscapes as nature intended: at their own pace. They can take their pick from Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, national parks, serene beach walks and coastal trails or interesting historical sites. Or they can meet new friends on one of our fun-filled walking festivals, held throughout the year. 
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