Monthly Archives: March, 2011

New children’s outdoor play area opens in rural community.






The Permanent Secretary for the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development, Gerry Lavery, recently visited Glencraig Integrated Children’s Centre (GICC) in Craigavad to carry out the official opening of their new outdoor play area. Funded by the Department’s “Rural Childcare Programme”, the completion of the new play area took a lengthy two years of research, […]






POP STARS, ACTORS, POLITICIANS, MODELS, REALITY STARS AND TV PRESENTERS THE BIGGEST EVER FATE AWARDS HAS IT ALL THIS APRIL






The fifth annual Fate Awards, in association with Diet Coke, and the biggest bash in Northern Ireland ahead of the MTV Awards, will see the largest turnout of UK and homegrown celebrities, from the worlds of music, entertainment, politics, reality and some of the highest rated television shows, recognise the crème de la crème of […]






Win a AV3PFCR Flame Maple Cherry Red Electric Guitar worth £499.00!!






www.whatsonni.com have teamed up exclusively with the Brian Keenan Guitar Centre Belfast to offer one lucky reader the opportunity to get their hands of an AV3PFCR Flame Maple Cherry Red Electric Guitar with an RRP £499.00! To launch the new term of Guitar Lessons available from the Brian Keenan Guitar Centre, Brian has very kindly offered this superb […]






The Northern Ireland Social Media Awards are here – let’s get social!






As lovers of social media and the benefits it has we decided that there should be a way to celebrate those who are fanatical about Social Media in Northern Ireland. Social media is a truly amazing tool. When used correctly, it allows you to communicate with those you’d never normally meet, converse with like minded […]






“WIMPS Don’t Use Twitter” –






free Social Media Association for Business event as part of Imagine Create 2011 Derry’s Cultúrlann Uí Chanáin is hosting a free Social Media Association for Business event this Saturday as part of Imagine Create 2011. Keynote speaker for the event is Davy Sims, Head of Social Media at www.wimps.tv. Davy will be sharing his insights […]






Derry sets the beat to win All Ireland Fleadh status!






Historic events took place this week as Derry officially launched its campaign to host the 2013 Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann at the city’s state of the art Irish language centre, Cultúrlann Uí Chanáin. Invited guests from local arts, government, business, community and sporting organizations were invited to come along and hear how the entire region […]






Find Your Sense of Adventure!






Saturday 9th April marks the start of the Northern Ireland Adventureland Weekend. The first of its kind in Northern Ireland, 23 activity providers from across the country are showcasing over 100 outdoor activities during a unique weekend of splashes, dashes and crashes in a bid to highlight a variety of adventure activities that will really […]






OLD BUSHMILLS DISTILLERY SET TO GO ON TOUR…






More than 100,000 people tour the Old Bushmills Distillery every year, making it one of Northern Ireland’s most popular visitor attractions, but this year the distillery itself is set to go on tour as part of a global competition – ‘Make it 2 Bushmills’. Following the successful Make it at Bushmills campaign in 2010, Make […]






The Armoy Armada – Official Launch 22nd March.






Awakin™ Digital Publishing invites you to the official launch of GO EXPLORE NI’s Armoy Armada – The Ultimate Road Racers Tour on 22nd March at 4 p.m. at the Mayor’s Parlour in Ballymoney Borough Council Offices. Mayor of Ballymoney Council and well-known Road Racer, Bill Kennedy will be on hand to provide insight on the project […]






Moving on Music Festival returns to Belfast 21-27 March 2011






Belfast is set to come alive with the sound of all kinds of music from 21-27  March, when the Moving on Music festival returns to the city for its fourth year.  Across seven action-packed days, in a wide range of venues, the 2011 installment of this annual festival will showcase everything from folk, to funk, […]