Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra. 
Photo: BPO.Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra. Photo: BPO

This autumn the National Concert Hall will present several Nordic concerts.

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Researchers from the University of Wroclaw and Oslo University Hospital are searching for new and improved cancer therapies. 
Photo: Christophe Vander Eecken.

Norway is contributing to future growth and development in Europe by supporting research and innovation cooperation through the EEA and Norway Grants.

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Photo: Logo of the Irish Scandinavian Club.

The Irish Scandinavian Club is a community for Scandinavians in Ireland and anyone with an interest in Scandinavian culture. People from other Nordic countries and other nationalities are also welcome to join. The club arranges pub evenings, Scandinavian food events, Nordic quiz nights and annual 17 th of May celebrations and Christmas parties. The members receive a bimonthly newsletter and c

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Herøy male choir singing in front of Kilkenny Castle. 
Photo: Stine Victoria Stakkestad.

Herøy male choir (Herøy mannskor) traveled to Ireland this week and performed in several venues in Dublin, drawing on their extensive repertoire.

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Planning on traveling to Norway or Ireland for summer vacation?  Here are some reminders: Ireland is not part of the Schengen agreement which means you need a valid passport to travel between the two countries, id-card is not sufficient.  We also recommend you to have travel insurance, make sure to check it covers the purpose of your trip.  For Norwegians, remember your EØS health i

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White-tailed Sea Eagle. 
Photo: Jan Rabben .

As a part of the reintroduction project of Norwegian white-tailed sea eagles, four new white-tailed sea eagle chicks have successfully taken flight in Ireland.

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Photo: Eva Vermandel.

August issue of the Nordic Newsletter is out!

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From left: Mr Naoki Yoshimura from the Japanese Embassy in Ireland, Críona Ní Dhálaigh Lord Mayor of Dublin, David Hutchinson Edgar and Canon Patrick Comerford President of Irish CND. 
Photo: Stine Victoria Stakkestad.

The Royal Norwegian Embassy attended the commemoration for the Hiroshima victims hosted by Irish Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament.

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Photo: Ann Kristin Lindaas/KMD.

Today marks the four-year anniversary of the terrorist attack in Norway, which took place in the government quarter in Oslo and on Utøya. The attack claimed 77 lives, and 22 of July will forever be a day that will remind us of the loved ones we lost. It is also a day that reminds us to fight for the values of the Norwegian society such as democracy, as well as openness, tolerance and diversity....

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