Author Archives: Desmond Mc Dermott

‘Representations of Jews in Irish Literature’

‘Representations of Jews in Irish Literature’

Sep 05 2016 | Armagh Public Library Armagh Public Library is very pleased to host the travelling exhibition ‘Representations of Jews in Irish Literature’, which will be on display in the Library’s Long Room until 12 September 2016. The exhibition is part of a joint project, funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC),… Read more »




Richhill Music in the Park

Richhill Music in the Park

Sep 04 2016 | Richhill Community Park In August and on the first Sunday in September, Richhill Village will present  a new season of Richhill Music in the Park. This popular event is now in its fifth year and has attracted large audiences to the Richhill Recreation Centre since its inception. As in other years ,… Read more »




The Importance of Video for your Business

The Importance of Video for your Business

Video marketing was everywhere in 2015. Across devices and platforms, digital video came on the scene in a big way—and forced digital marketers to hustle to keep up. For proof of the importance of video marketing, look no further than our top 10 statistics from 2015 below. The year’s most compelling video marketing stats point… Read more »




Baby Milk Teeth are life Savers

Baby Milk Teeth are life Savers

Baby Teeth Stem cell research is now at the forefront of medical science and has led to advances in the treatment of illnesses and conditions which were previously thought to be “incurable” Using personalised stem cells will become the medical treatment of choice – but you need to be able to use your own stem… Read more »




Can Crossmaglen make it 20 out of 21

Can Crossmaglen make it 20 out of 21

DEFENDING champions Crossmaglen are set to meet the Cavan champions in the first defense of their Ulster Club Football Championship title. That’s if the Rangers come through the Armagh series and win a seventh successive title. Having won 19 of the last 20 Orchard Championships, they are hotly fancied to add another to their remarkable… Read more »




Hamilton Announces new £80k Business Competition for Tourism

Hamilton Announces new £80k Business Competition for Tourism

NEWS FROM THE DEPARTMENT FOR THE ECONOMY Economy Minister Simon Hamilton today announced a new £80k Small Business Research Initiative (SBRI) competition to develop innovative, real time tourism technology solutions. The SBRI competition is seeking technology solutions to encourage visitors to explore more, do more and spend more during their visit to Northern Ireland. The… Read more »




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