Category: News

Garda ir artimieji pakartotinai prašo informacijos apie dingusį lietuvį

Garda ir artimieji pakartotinai prašo visuomenės informacijos apie dingusį 28-erių metų lietuvį Tomą Martinkų. Dingusio vyro artimieji laikraščiui “Lietuvis” rašė, kad Tomas dingo 2018 metais iš gruodžio 18-osios nakties į gruodžio 19-osios rytą, Strokestown, Roscommon, kur jis gyveno pastaruosius dvejus metus. Pasak “Shannon Side” išplatintos informacijos, vyrą paskutinį kartą matė antradienio

The 9 most magical Christmas cities in Europe – one of them is Vilnius

“One of Europe’s most underrated cities, Lithuania’s capital offers a feast of baroque architecture and a fascinating medieval old town. Snow frequently settles on the streets come December, when the city also boasts not one, but nine Christmas markets”. More information:

Ryanair website and app will be down from 5pm on Wednesday

Due to a system upgrade the website and App will be unavailable from 17.00hrs on 7th Nov to 05.00hrs on 8th Nov. Ryanair recommends that all customers travelling on Wed 7th Nov and Thurs 8th Nov check-in online and print their boarding passes on/before 24:00hrs Tues 6th Nov. Online Check-in –

Lithuanian Ambassador in Ireland visits Bremore ETSS

On Tuesday, Bremore ETSS welcomed Egidijus Meilūnas, the Lithuanian Ambassador in Ireland to the school to launch our new Lithuanian Heritage Language Junior Cycle Short Course. We are delighted to have been chosen to be part of the Heritage Language Initiative run by the Department of Education. We have been allocated

Professor Mark Ferguson: „Do not be afraid to invest in ideas“

The biggest event in the field of life sciences in the Baltic States and throughout Eastern and Central Europe „Life Sciences Baltics 2018 “ was held in the capital city of Lithuania, Vilnius, on September 26-27. Over 1500 delegates from Japan, Israel, United Kingdom, Ireland, the United States and other

Beech Hill College launches new Junior Cycle Short Course in Lithuanian

The management of Beech Hill College has taken the very progressive decision to introduce Lithuanian as a Junior Cycle Short Course. To celebrate this important event the Lithuanian Ambassador to Ireland Mr Egidijus Meilūnas and his consular assistant Mrs Virginija Umbraziene attended Beech Hill College to meet the parents and pupils who will undertake these new and exciting lessons on

Irish winter weather: Met Eireann forecast snow and storms as temperatures set to plummet

Met Eireann has forecasted snow and storms this winter as temperatures are set to plummet over the next few weeks. But don’t start salting your driveway just yet because the national forecaster is unsure of when the country will see snow. Deirdre Lowe, a Met Eireann forecaster said: “There’s likely