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Project to unlock cultural potential of Irish and Welsh ports

A four-year Irish-Welsh project aims to unlock the cultural potential of the ports of Dublin and Rosslare alongside Holyhead, Fishguard and Pembroke Dock. The research will explore their cultures, traditions and histories to enable their cultural heritages become a driver of economic growth. ‘Ports, Past and Present: Cultural Crossing between Ireland and Walsh’ is a joint initiative with University College Cork and Wexford County Council in Ireland, and Aberystwyth University and the Centre for Advanced Welsh and Celtic Studies, University of Wales Trinity Saint David, in Wales.

Project to unlock cultural potential of Irish and Welsh ports

June 14, 2019/by Gillian Mills

Seafest maritime festival heads to the rebel county city

April 25, 2019/by Gillian Mills

RNLI annual nationwide Mayday appeal

April 24, 2019/by Gillian Mills

Whiddy Island disaster: 40 years on

January 30, 2019/by Guest Writer

Coast guard urges water users to always wear a flotation device

January 18, 2019/by Gillian Mills

Climate change: Ireland’s Arctic momentum gathers pace

December 15, 2018/by Guest Writer

Stakeholder feedback to influence long-term planning of Ireland’s marine territory

November 22, 2018/by Gillian Mills

Ferry service to Dún Laoghaire with Brexit on the horizon?

November 2, 2018/by Gillian Mills

Dún Laoghaire council restates it support of a harbour innovation campus

October 30, 2018/by Gillian Mills

Tech innovation project sinks in Dún Laoghaire Harbour

October 29, 2018/by Gillian Mills

Relatives visit RMS Leinster site at the Kish Lighthouse

October 10, 2018/by Guest Writer

New lease of life for Dún Laoghaire ferry terminal

July 31, 2018/by Guest Writer

Galway economy to benefit from major maritime festival

May 15, 2018/by Guest Writer

RNLI ‘fund our kit’ Mayday appeal

April 23, 2018/by Guest Writer

Irish Lights launches next generation maritime services

April 12, 2018/by Guest Writer

Future governance of historic harbour returns to public control

March 9, 2018/by Guest Writer

New arrivals at Dún Laoghaire Ferry Terminal

February 26, 2018/by Guest Writer

Roadmap to develop Ireland’s first marine spatial plan

January 9, 2018/by Guest Writer

Future governance of Dún Laoghaire Harbour required before redevelopment decision

November 14, 2017/by Guest Writer

Safety will not stand still for Ireland

October 30, 2017/by Guest Writer

‘Floating homes’ proposal for Dún Laoghaire Harbour

September 13, 2017/by Guest Writer

Cross-border ferry service links Ireland north and south

July 21, 2017/by Guest Writer

GRP patrol vessel for auction

June 27, 2017/by Guest Writer

Former survey vessel goes under the hammer

June 27, 2017/by Guest Writer

Seafest maritime festival launches interactive app

June 22, 2017/by Guest Writer

Ireland hosts IoT for the Sea conference

June 21, 2017/by Guest Writer

Marine traffic increase through Irish ports

June 3, 2017/by Guest Writer

Cruise berth judicial review: SOS welcomes outcome but seeks clarification

April 21, 2017/by Guest Writer

Absence of map data may have contributed to fatal helicopter crash

April 17, 2017/by Guest Writer

Absence of map data may have contributed to fatal helicopter crash

April 14, 2017/by Guest Writer
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