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St Patrick's week set to be starting point for plan to rebuild Irish tourism sector after 'decimation' in 2020
Tourism Ireland hopes to attract international visitors here again by the summer of 2021.
Covid-19: Decision on St Patrick's Festival expected this week, says Tourism Ireland chief
Niall Gibbons said that coronavirus was a major threat to Irish tourism.
The world's largest beaver statue, a giant smurf and a kissing couple sculpture: These landmarks will be lit up for the 'Global Greening'
Over 500 landmarks around the world will be lit green for St Patrick’s Day.
'It makes you proud to see': The 10th year of the Global Greening takes place this week - here's how it started
The annual initiative will take place in more than 50 countries this year.
Funeral to be held for 'much-loved' Limerick man who died after New York swim
Niall Gibbons went missing after the late-night swim on Long Island on Monday.
Tourism Ireland wants to surpass visitor records in 2015 ... here's how
The group wants 7.74 million visitors to come to our shores next year.
Ireland named Best Tourism Destination by US magazine readers
It is the second year in a row that Ireland has won the award from Global Traveler magazine.
Increase in trips to Ireland 'a positive start' to the year
Latest figures from the CSO have shown that nearly 1.2 million people travelled to Ireland from December 2012 to February 2013.
North America 'key to tourism growth' as trips to Ireland up by 50,000
Latest figures from the CSO have shown that nearly 1.25 million people travelled to Ireland from November 2012 to January 2013.
Tourism Ireland buys ‘’ URL from The Irish Times
The internet address ‘’ has been bought by Tourism Ireland from the Irish Times.
Brazil's Christ the Redeemer to go green for Paddy's Day
Irish emigration to Brazil was limited, but Diago O’Grady, Jorge Cowan and Bernardo O’Brien all made their mark.
Fewer people from Great Britain visiting Ireland
Plus, reaction to the latest CSO figures on the number of visitors coming to Ireland.
How McIlroy's US Open success can boost tourism industry
Tourism Ireland is rolling out a major new campaign aimed at capitalising on the success of the Northern Irishman last month.
Tourism trade mission bids to attract Asia-Pacific visitors
Tourism Ireland will lead a delegation on a five-day ‘sales blitz’ as the government confirms a temporary visa waiver scheme.
Latest figures show overall tourism to Ireland down but visitors from the US up
The figures have been released by the Central Statistics Office with Tourism Ireland saying they were not as bad as they expected.