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Tourism boost as Carlingford Lough Ferry resumes service
11 hours, 26 minutes ago

As the tourism industry starts to open up again after lockdown, there is welcome news that the Carlingford Lough Ferry between Greencastle in County Down and Greenore in County Louth resumed full service today. The first daily sailing leaves Greencastle at 9am and then every hour on the hour until 8

Andrea McKevitt to replace Erin McGreehan for Fianna Fail on Louth County Council
12 hours, 19 minutes ago

Andrea McKevitt from Gyles Quay has been selected to replace Senator Erin McGreehan as Fianna Fail councillor on Louth County Council. Ms McKevitt took to Facebook this evening to reveal the news. "Earlier today I received the news that the Fianna Fáil members in Dundalk-Carlingford have chosen me t

Flores scores a cracker as Dundalk FC and Derry City draw at Oriel Park
15 hours, 50 minutes ago

Friendly Dundalk FC 1-1 Derry City Jordan Flores hit another cracker as Dundalk FC were held by Derry City at Oriel Park on Friday afternoon. The Wigan-born midfielder struck past Peter Cherrie - who repeatedly repelled The Lilywhites across the 90 minutes - from all of 30 yards with 10 minutes of t
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09 July, 2020 - Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science welcomes historic appointment of female President of University of Limerick
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06 July, 2020 - Ministers Foley and Madigan welcome decision to extend Summer Provision eligibility to post-primary students with Down Syndrome
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02 July, 2020 – Minister Josepha Madigan vows to be a strong advocate for educational equality and opportunity in her new role in Special Education and Inclusion
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Excited and enchanted by new RPG Quest
1 hour, 48 minutes ago

How much are fantasies shaped by an invisible box around us? Are we free to dream boundlessly or are we hemmed in by the things which inspire us? Here's an experiment. Think of a druid. You know the kind: loves a bit of nature, possibly changes into a bear. What's the biggest, flashiest ability you can think of for them? Think, like, level 120 druid in World of Warcraft and then multiply it by 10. What can you do? Take a moment. Really let your mind run free.Does what you're thinking of sound anything like this? "You become the seed for a new world. When you cast it, your body dissipates in radiant light, becoming a cascading wave of energy that transforms the planet you are on. Casting this spell consumes your life forever; you can never be brought back." I bet it doesn't.Read more

Amazon's MMO New World has been delayed again
12 hours, 7 minutes ago

Amazon Game Studios has opted to delay its massively multiplayer online title New World for a second time, with the game now expected to launch in spring next year.New World was initially due to arrive in May this year but saw its release pushed back to 25th August as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. With that revised launch date now a little over a six weeks away, however, Amazon has opted for a second delay to spring 2021 - for both the game and its final beta - in order to "get things where we want them before we fully release".In a statement posted to the New World blog, Amazon Game Studios director Rich Lawrence said he was "proud of the hard work the team has done, making the game ready for launch with the features we intended for release." However, he continued, "When we examined the feedback we received over the last several months from our Alpha audience, we saw that players like the game, and they would like to see even more of it".Read more

Brilliantly silly What the Golf just got a bunch of free new levels on Apple Arcade
13 hours, 33 minutes ago

Developer Triband's acclaimed, and brilliantly daft, golfing oddity What the Golf has just been updated with 30 free new levels on Apple Arcade.What the Golf, if you're unfamiliar, delivers a parade of entirely ridiculously - and ridiculously amusing - WarioWare-esque mini-games, all loosely themed around the notion of hitting things with club, in which the basic rules are re-jigged and re-written with each new level.In one stage, you might be required to defend a fixed point with frantic ball thwacks, while another might switch your ball out for an office chair, insisting you smack if valiantly over a ramp. It gets increasing bizarre from there though, and Eurogamer loved the ceaselessly surprising end result enough to proclaim What the Golf one of our favourite games of 2019.Read more

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