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Zoe Holohan: ‘The nightmare was the same, Brian trying to hold my hand as he disappeared into the flames’

Irish Independent 07 Mar 2021
“I’d had one disaster after another ... Brian, who was originally from Clare, had travelled extensively before moving to Dublin, where he worked as the general manager of Ready Chef, and volunteered with the medical charity Blood Bikes East. Zoe, who had lived in Dublin most of her life, had worked in media for over two decades, including for INM ... Close.
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Innovative ‘digital bridges’ spring up nationwide, as outdoor advertising makes a bold recovery

Irish Independent 07 Mar 2021
The new screens (or “digital bridges” as they are to be termed) will be managed and marketed by outdoor advertising company Exterion Media, which manages all of CIE’s advertising inventory across Irish Rail, Dublin Bus and Bus Éireann.
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Zoe Holohan on the death of her husband: ‘The nightmare was the same, Brian trying to hold my hand as he disappeared into the flames’

Irish Independent 07 Mar 2021
“I’d had one disaster after another ... Brian, who was originally from Clare, had travelled extensively before moving to Dublin, where he worked as the general manager of Ready Chef, and volunteered with the medical charity Blood Bikes East. Zoe, who had lived in Dublin most of her life, had worked in media for over two decades, including for INM ... Close.
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‘It really was like listening to our staff room at times’: ‘Deadly’ hair salon caper is bang on

Irish Independent 07 Mar 2021
The pandemic has taught us many things, one of which Joan Crawford long ago recognised ... The movie is a Dublin-set jape — scheduled as the closing film of this year’s Virgin Media Dublin International Film Festival — in which gentrification and a dangerous gang threaten to derail the hair salon of the title ... Imagine Strictly Ballroom for hairdressing.
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Facebook sees rise in racist attacks on Dublin staff

The Times/The Sunday Times 07 Mar 2021
Facebook has told Helen McEntee, the justice minister, that its staff are increasingly concerned about racist attacks in Dublin after the assault of two ...
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Mary McAleese: My ‘heart went out’ to Mary Robinson – and to Princess Latifa

The Irish Times 07 Mar 2021
Former president Mary McAleese has said her “heart went out” to Mary Robinson over the 2018 controversy surrounding Princess Latifa of Dubai ... McAleese continued ... After graduating with a law degree from Queen’s University Belfast, she later became a professor of criminal law and criminology at Trinity College Dublin ... She recalled of her media job ... .
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‘Women have voices, but we need to be listened to’

The Irish Times 06 Mar 2021
I don’t have any social media, because my mom said I have to be 13 ... The media makes us think we should be one way, and a few of my friends have become really insecure about the way they look and how they should act ... But I think lots of adults don’t understand the pressure coming from social media ... Immigration and human rights case worker, Co Dublin.
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Dublin International Film Festival: What’s on?

The Times/The Sunday Times 06 Mar 2021
Having just about managed to finish showing its programme before lockdown last year, Virgin Media Dublin International Film Festival has gone wholly online for 2021 ... .
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The killing of Jamal Khashoggi: Dial MBS for murder

The Irish Times 06 Mar 2021
Fogel’s film, screening next week at the Dublin International Film Festival, sees the crime primarily through the eyes of two people ... the centre of a media whirlwind ... The Dissident will be screened online as part of the Virgin Media Dublin International Film Festival on Thursday.
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Colin Farrell has always felt he's 'representing Ireland in some way'

RTE 05 Mar 2021
Colin Farrell has told the Virgin Media Dublin International Film Festival that he has always felt he is "representing Ireland in some way" when travelling abroad to make films, and that people have always been "really decent" when he returns home ... The Virgin Media Dublin International Film Festival runs until 14 March.
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Something for the Weekend - Hazel Doupe's Cultural Picks

RTE 05 Mar 2021
Hazel also stars in Eva Birthistle's directorial debut short Kathleen Was Here in this year’s Virgin Media Dublin International Film Festival - she is also one of the festival’s Are Lingus Discovery Awards nominees ... FILM ... The Virgin Media Dublin International Film Festival runs until 14th March - find out more here.  .
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UEFA deadline looms large for Dublin host city status

RTE 04 Mar 2021
UEFA has said that nothing has changed in relation to Dublin's status as a host city for this summer’s delayed Euro 2020 tournament, despite media reports suggesting that the Irish capital was in danger of being cut due to Covid-19 restrictions. .
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Colin Farrell: ‘After 20 years of drinking the way I drank, the sober world is pretty scary’

The Irish Times 04 Mar 2021
Speaking to Gráinne Humphreys, director of the Virgin Media Dublin International Film Festival (DIFF), Farrell recalls the first time he attended the Dublin festival back in 1997 ... The Virgin Media Dublin International Film Festival runs until April 14th, and is showing over 60 films online.
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