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Derek Kelly, Dublin City Council; Daire Enright, Failte Ireland; Barry Rodgers, Waterways Ireland; Catherine McGovern, Clayton Hotel Cardiff Lane; Aileesh Carew, EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum; Edel Currie, Dublin Port; Mary O’Sullivan, iHubbs; Luke Smith, EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum


Outside EPIC: The Irish Emigration Museum.

Dublin City Council and business owners launched a marketing campaign to inform residents and visitors that Dublin Docklands has open for business.

Where’s yer masks?


Dublin City Council writes:

Dublin City Council has begun rolling out an uplifting new lamp post banner campaign called ‘Words for our Time’ to welcome people back to the city.

From today, a series of colourful banners will be displayed across the city featuring quotes from some of the great writers of the past whose words still have resonance in 2020.

Some of the writers quoted include W.B. Yeats, Lady Gregory, Bram Stoker, and Jonathan Swift.

As restrictions ease, the feel-good banners are designed to make people smile, and encourage the continuation of the great community spirit seen all over the city during the Covid-19 crisis.

The new campaign will feature on lamp post banners, bus shelters, and digipanels.




Sasko Lazarov/Rollingnews



Cork’s much-missed live venue The Pav.


By nearby concert venue Coughlan’s Live

They say:

We are so delighted to be one of the first to let ye know, the Pav will be re-opening it’s doors in March! This is a huge privilege for us and we promise to do our very best to bring the best of local, national and international live acts to one of the most respected and loved music venues in the country. Many of us have incredible and fond memories of The Pav, so together let’s create some more!! We will be taking bookings from Jan 1st, full details to follow in the coming week. Exciting times ahead!

G’wan the langers.

Coughlan’s Live

Welcome back the Pav (Cork Independent)

Previously: Pav Closed