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Peter Roe, General Manager (left), and Pat Byrne, Chairman, Fairyhouse Racecourse with Michael O'Leary, CEO, Ryanair at the announcement that Ryanair will be the new title sponsor of the Grade 1 novice chase to be run as the Ryanair Gold Cup in Fairyhouse Racecourse on Easter Sunday April 5th .
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News Photography Copyright Fennell Photography 2015 Happy Christmas! Images Copyright © Fennell Photography Official Opening of Kerry Global Technology and Innovation Centre
 

News Photography Copyright Fennell Photography 2016 Shay Walsh, Managing Director BT Ireland and Minister for Education and Skills Jan O'Sullivan TD present the BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition 2016 overall prize to Maria Louise Fufezan (16) and Diana Bura (15) from Loreto Secondary School Balbriggan for their project entitled 'An Investigation into the Effects of Enzymes used in Animal Feed Additives on the Lifespan of Caenorhabditis Elegans'.  

News Photography Copyright Fennell Photography 2016 Leading business law firm Mason Hayes & Curran is creating 75 new jobs by the end of 2015.   

News Photography Copyright Fennell Photography 2016 U.S. company Qualtrics  announced it will create a further 100 jobs in Ireland bringing the total number of employees at the company to 250 by the end of 2016.  At the opening the company's new 27,000 sq ft EU Headquarters in Dublin's city centre were Ryan Smith CEO Qualtrics who presented An Taoiseach Enda Kenny T.D. Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton and Martin Shanahan CEO IDA with skateboards. 

News Photography Copyright Fennell Photography 2015 Tourism Ireland welcomed the visit by Chinese Premier HE Mr Li Keqiang, as good news for Irish Tourism and a wonderful opportunity to show case Ireland to a huge audience of potential holidaymakers in China. During his visit, Mr Li enjoyed the wonderful scenery and hospitality of the western seaboard. 

News Photography Copyright Fennell Photography 2015 President Higgins attends a reception for first responders, medical staff and volunteers who were involved in the Berkeley tragedy in June, which caused the death and injury to Irish students, who were in the area on J1 visas.
 

News Photography Copyright Fennell Photography 2016 Dublin City Council invites Dubliners and visitors alike to engage with the 1916 Rising commemorations program planned for the City and its suburbs in 2016.
 

News Photography Copyright Fennell Photography 2016 Lidl is announcing  that it will become the first major nationwide employer to commit to paying the Living Wage of Eur11.50 per hour. 

News Photography Copyright Fennell Photography 2016 Failte Ireland hav launched a new 'Welcome Standard' targeted at innovative, quirky or unusual tourist accommodation businesses (such as glamping, pods and log cabins) which do not fit into its existing approval frameworks. This new standard has been introduced in recognition of significant changes in both consumer tastes and the range of accommodation types now available. Pictured is Minister of State for Tourism and Sport, Michael Ring TD with Emilia, aged 5 and Sam Walsh, aged 6 from Dun Laoghaire.
 

News Photography Copyright Fennell Photography 2015 Dublin Port welcomed the arrival of four luxury cruise ships carrying over 13,000 passengers and crew on the biggest day ever for cruise tourism in Dublin, generating an economic boost of Eur1.3million for the city.  Placed end to end, the Royal Princess, Celebrity Silhouette, MV Horizon, and Magellan cruise liners would stretch to more than one kilometre.  Dublin Port's cruise business is now firmly on track for a record year in 2015 with nearly 100 cruise ships bringing 200,000 visitors to Dublin expected for the full year.   The Magellan and the Royal Princess are pictured in Dublin Port this morning.  
 

News Photography Fennell Photography 2015 The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall at Mullaghmore in Sligo on the second day their visit to the west of Ireland. 

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Pictured is Ireland's Conference Ambassador of the Year Brian Stapleton, MD of Periploi Aviation,  overall winner at the Failte Ireland Conference Ambassador Recognition Awards for his significant contribution to Ireland's business tourism sector.  Brian has been instrumental in delivering a total of seven International Air Transport Association (IATA) conferences to Dublin valued at €5.6million to Irish economy, with another five future conferences in the pipeline with an estimated value of €5.4million.   Failte Ireland honoured 79 'Conference Ambassadors' at its inaugural Conference Ambassador Recognition Awards ceremony at the Royal Hospital, Kilmainham.  The recipients, from a variety of professional and academic backgrounds, were given the awards for bidding and hosting an international conference or event in Dublin. Hosted by comedian Dara O Briain, the event acknowledged that the Ambassadors, nominated by the Irish conference and meetings industry, had delivered a collective total of almost 73,000 international delegates to Dublin between 2011 and 2014, injecting over €101million into the economy.

Shay Walsh, Managing Director BT Ireland and Minister for Education and Skills Jan O'Sullivan TD present the BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition 2016 overall prize to Maria Louise Fufezan (16) and Diana Bura (15) from Loreto Secondary School Balbriggan for their project entitled 'An Investigation into the Effects of Enzymes used in Animal Feed Additives on the Lifespan of Caenorhabditis Elegans'.  Maria and Diana were in the group intermediate section of the biological & ecological sciences category and were presented with a cheque for Eur5,000, the opportunity to represent Ireland at the 28th European Union Young Scientist competition in Brussels later this year and the BTYSTE perpetual trophy.  Almost 1,200 students from across the island of Ireland covering 550 projects from 29 counties competed in the RDS for the coveted title of 'BT Young Scientist(s) & Technologist(s) of the Year'.

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