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Cork creates Play Trail

Museums, galleries, and attractions in Cork City have come together to create a Playful Culture Trail, featuring 30 fun and playful places where kids can explore the city’s culture,corkplay heritage and green spaces through play.
Each attraction on the trail will have a unique activity pack for kids on arrival with numerous challenges to complete from scavenger hunts, to sketching tasks, crosswords and investigation work.  
Families participating in the trail will have the opportunity to hop through labyrinths at St. Fin Barre’s Cathedral, design costumes for superheroes at Crawford Art Gallery, find their Bog Age at the Cork Butter Museum, trace tombstones at St Peter’s Church, make daisy chains at Nano Nagle Place, enjoy the playground at the Old Cork Waterworks, and lots more.

 

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Ryanair to fly Kerry Route

Ryanair has confirmed that it will begin operating the Dublin-Kerry air route, previously run by the now defunct Stobart Air.kerryapt0519
However, the new service will not begin until July 28.
On Friday, the Government announced that Ryanair was to begin flying the route on a commercial basis from July 19.
It was previously run as a state subsidised Public Service Obligation (PSO) route by Stobart Air prior to its collapse last month.
Ryanair said because it would be operating on a commercial basis, it would save the taxpayer almost €4m a year.

 

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Ground Rituals at Kerry Hotel

The Dunloe Hotel & Gardens has launchesd an exclusive new range of dunloe

GROUND holistic treatments, designed by Peigín Crowley.
Where ‘time in nature’ is the greatest healer of all – The Dunloe Hotel & Gardens offers the most stunning location overlooking the Gap of Dunloe and Corrán Tuathail, encouraging walks through the private 64 acre estate with beautiful gardens. Then you are invited to surrender to a GROUND restorative ritual, created to encourage us all to ‘tóg go bog é’, to take it softly and to mind ourselves.
Handmade by founder Peigín Crowley in County Cork, GROUND is a collection of face balms and body oils that are 100% natural, giving nourishment while helping us to bring focus, ritual and intention into our mind and body. The Dunloe Hotel & Gardens is proud to offer a team of veteran holistic therapists, who look forward to guiding you through your treatment experience, delivering unique body treatments featuring the artisan products from GROUND Wellbeing. 

 

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Bar case for Arbitration

The Commercial Court has referred for arbitration part of a dispute between a County Galway bar and an insurer over a refusal to provide an indemnity for business interruptioncharlies2 insurance due to the pandemic.

Charlie’s Bar, Loughrea, Co Galway, operated by Charwin Ltd, has brought a claim against Slovenia-based Zavarovalnica Sava insurance Company.
Charwin is seeking declarations including that it is entitled to an indemnity under the policy for interruption/losses after March 15th last year when the first Covid lockdown was announced.
It says the indemnity refusal and “loss of licence”, under the terms of its policy, for which it paid a premium of nearly €5.000, amounted to a breach of contract. It says the policy provided cover of €175,000 for business interruption and €100,000 for loss of licence.

 

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Confusion as Re-Opening Plan is discussed

Following a day of confusion over the role of GPs in restaurnt re-opening, it has emerged that vaccinated customers will still be prohibited from ordering drinks at the bar whencatherine martin hero e1531920963297 indoor dining resumes next week.

However, time limits for indoor dining may be increased or abolished for vaccinated customers under plans being considered by the Government.
New regulations are being drafted for pubs, restaurants and cafes after new laws for indoor dining were agreed by Cabinet.
Publican representative groups have been insisting their members should be allowed to serve customers at their bars. Rural publicans have been especially vocal that bar service should return next week.
Minister for Tourism Catherine Martin told RTÉ on Tuesday morning that people could ask their GPs for letters saying they had recovered from Covid and therefore had immunity, but after the Irish Medical Organisation said no such arrangement was in place, Minister of State Ossian Smyth said she had been mistaken.

 

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