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Poetry Ireland in association with Trinity College Dublin and Stanford University, USA have announced  announce the second Eavan Boland Emerging Poet Award. The 2023 judges are Professor of English (Emerita) at Trinity College and Saoi of Aosdána, Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin and Stanford’s Mohr Visiting Poet for spring 2023, American poet, Diane Seuss The Eavan Boland Emerging Poet Award is an award for two emerging poets, one from Ireland and one from the United States, and is presented with the support of the Boland/Casey family. The Award has been made possible with the generous support of Ireland’s Department of Foreign Affairs,the…

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The Irish International Coin Fair Returns to the RDS this February plus a new SeniorTimes podcast series on collecting February the 18th & 19th has just been confirmed as the dates for this years Irish International Coin Fair in the RDS Serpentine Hall (entrance on the Anglesea Road) So if you’re a serious collector or just interested in taking up coin collecting as a hobby – drop on down to the RDS between 11am and 6pm where collectors from all over the world will be present. Admission is €6 – payable at the door For further information contact Mike Kelly…

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Christmas is a time when many of us are off work, and we go and visit people over the festive season, but sadly this is the very time that criminals can take the opportunity to ransack your home, just at a time when they know it is laden with expensive gifts. So what can you do to ensure that you don’t fall prey to a Festive Nightmare? According to the CSO (Central Statistics Office), burglaries have increased by 33% compared to last year, and alarmingly 1 in 10 homes in Ireland have been burgled in the last ten years. …

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