Category Archives: Current Affairs

“Weddings Abroad Supplier of the Year” for the third consecutive year!

For the 8th year running, weddingsonline.ie have held their prestigious annual awards show to celebrate Ireland’s top wedding industry suppliers. This year was no different and the awards ceremony was held in the superior Clontarf Castle Hotel in Dublin last Monday 20th February. Co-hosted by actress and Dancing With The Stars contestant Aoibhín Garrihy, the awards covered all supplier…

Wedding Fairs

A wedding fair is an exposition or convention where wedding suppliers and vendors gather to showcase their goods and services to you the bride and groom to be. It is a fabulous way (sometimes overwhelming) to get your imagination and creative juices flowing for what you would like at your wedding.  What you will find…

Christmas Festivities the Maltese way…

Christmas is a hugely celebrated holiday in Malta and is one of the main highlights in the calendar year. The streets are adorned with Christmas decorations and lights and houses are bursting with festive colours and symbolic decor pieces including religious relics like cribs and baby Jesus in a manger. As a highly religious country all the churches…

Free Destination Wedding Giveaway by I DO KNOT

For this January’s edition of the Wedding Journal Show in Dublin, we at I DO KNOT decided to give one lucky couple the opportunity to win a free destination wedding in Malta worth over Eur 10,000! Held at the Citywest Convention Centre – a beautiful country manor hotel with superb grounds and facilities that was perfect…

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Malta tops Europe’s Rainbow Map for 2015

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) rights in the Maltese Islands have evolved significantly over the course of the last decades. Both male and female same-sex sexual activity have been legal in Malta since 1973. Gender identity and intersex protection laws in Malta are of the highest standard in the world under the Gender Identity, Gender Expression And Sex Characteristics…

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Same-Sex Marriage Legalised in Ireland

In 2015, Ireland becomes the first country to legalise same-sex marriage on a national level by popular vote. A survey of 1000 individuals found that 78% of people are in support of same-sex marriage and 71% of people think that same-sex couples should be allowed to adopt. Ireland, a Republic once dominated by the Catholic…

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