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# Production

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Screen Ireland announces big plans for 2019, with enhanced funding for TV dramas
A total of €16.2 million in capital funding has been allocated to Screen Ireland for 2019.
Ireland up against Germany and Netherlands to win over UK-based TV channels after Brexit
Some of these companies have already met with the BAI here in the last year.
Production begins on George RR Martin's Nightflyers at Limerick's Troy Studios
Up to 500 people will be employed during its filming at the Troy Studios.
This Rolls Royce of fidget spinners is here... but it doesn't come cheap
A Japanese company is using its expertise in ball bearings for satellite to make premium fidget spinners.
Poll: Is RTÉ right to stop producing its own kids' TV?
The national broadcaster made the announcement that it is to cease internal production of children’s TV last week.
TV3's Red Rock soap opera is looking for some new talent
Got what it takes?
Here are the ten worst jobs to have in 2015
Options include taxi driver, fire fighter and newspaper reporter.
"You are only concerned when the hurley shortage happens': GAA urged to fight forest fungus
‘Ash Dieback’ disease could threaten the existence of the trees in Ireland and across Europe.
Got milk? Ireland's cows will be giving us a LOT more of the white stuff
Fifty-two high-skill jobs are expected to be created over the five years.
Will one of these new RTÉ dramas be the next big thing?
The winners of the latest Storyland competition, which previously spawned Hardy Bucks, has been announced.
Apple is putting in its biggest-ever order for iPhones
4.7 inch and 5.5 inch models will enter production in the coming weeks.
Global breakthrough: Irish scientists discover how to mass produce 'wonder material' graphene
These single-atom thick sheets of carbon made from graphite could potentially revolutionise many parts of our lives.
Guess how many of these were sold around the world last year?
It’s a lot of milking.
‘No major welfare problem in horse sector’ – Coveney
The Minister said his department is adopting a ‘pro-active’ approach in relation to horse welfare issues.
Ireland's electricity consumption falls from 2008 peak
The World Bank figures state Ireland consumed the most electricity in 2008.
Fundraising begins for "extraordinary" director's first feature film
Simon Fitzmaurice has Motor Neuron Disease, and is fundraising for his first feature film, My Name is Emily.
Kildare Council increases output level from River Barrow to tackle water shortage
The council has also increased output from the Wellfield supply.
Strike planned by production workers at Offaly food plant
The workers are looking for an increase in pay rates as well as the reintroduction of overtime rates and a premium rate for shift workers.
Nearly two-thirds of Irish farms are not economically viable
The average income on a family farm fell by 15 per cent last year according to the Teagasc National Farm Survey published today.
Farrell among stars to film in Ireland this year
Colin Farrell will star in Miss Julie, while Vikings will begin filming its second season in Wicklow and Dublin.
5 classic movie moments that weren’t in the script
While most iconic scenes were backed with lots of planning and preparation, others sprung up spontaneously during – or even after – production.
Production in construction up by 0.7 per cent in eurozone – Eurostat
New figures from the European Union’s statistical office show that production rose by 0.7 per cent in the euro area in August.
Explainer: What's happening to traditional light bulbs?
Solus, the light bulb manufacturer, is to cease production of traditional incandescent bulbs next month. What are they being replaced with, and why?
Minister Blending in on Set Pic of the Day
Arts Minister Jimmy Deenihan popped down to the set of the BBC series Ripper Street earlier today. He’s the one in the middle.
Dublin animation company creates 50 jobs for Disney production
Boulder Media has started working on a new Disney comedy series Randy Cunningham: Ninth Grade Ninja.
Kodak to save millions by phasing out digital cameras
The company expects to save more than $100 million through phasing out its production of digital cameras and other devices.
Watch: A Lego factory made entirely out of Lego
This impressive mini Lego sorting plant actually works – and has its very own production line.
Industrial output falls slightly in June
CSO figures published today show that although manufacturing volume rose between Q1 and Q2 2011, overall June’s output dropped slightly on last year’s levels.
Higher Irish exports in February push trade surplus up 33 per cent
Latest CSO figures show a boost in export values in February 2011 in comparison with January.