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Marchers keep protest peaceful
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Marchers keep protest peaceful
Marchers assembled more or less in the area of West 14th Street and Seventh Avenue, wended their way peacefully north to West 34th Street, then loo...
Her heart belongs to Bush
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Her heart belongs to Bush
The transplanted New Yorker is taking on her liberal detractors as the Republican National Convention takes over New York for most of next week. Co...
Echo's Jack Holland dead at 56
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Echo's Jack Holland dead at 56
Holland, born Edward John Holland on June 4, 1947, was the author of a number of widely acclaimed books on the Northern Ireland Troubles and for th...
Irish Echo editorial: Jack Holland, friend and colleague
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Irish Echo editorial: Jack Holland, friend and colleague
On it, stacked near his computer, are notebooks, each one, page after page, chockablock with words written in his wide, looping hand, each cover la...
A View North   A young boy's escape to Carlingford Lough
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A View North A young boy's escape to Carlingford Lough
By Jack Holland In August, Ancient Rome was deserted, as its citizens fled the stifling summer heat to head for the cool surrounding hills. In Belf...
Ex- Queens barman in Dublin drug bust
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Ex- Queens barman in Dublin drug bust
By Patrick Markey A former Queens barman from Dublin was arrested in Ireland last week after Gardai discovered him with a kilo of a substance belie...
Respite for McCarthy as Croats crumble
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Respite for McCarthy as Croats crumble
By Dermot Clarke It's been a long time since the Republic of Ireland began a home competitive game as distinct underdogs, but such was the case on ...
Crank it up!
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Crank it up!
By Harry Keaney Last Thursday, on a sunny spring afternoon, 7-year-old Matthew Hillick and his parents were strolling down Broadway. At 24th Street...
No arrest in barman's slaying
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No arrest in barman's slaying
By Patrick Markey By some accounts, David Delaney was one of the good guys, a gentleman who kept to himself. A Dublin native from the Stonybatter a...
Haughey to pay £1 million
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Haughey to pay £1 million
By Andrew Bushe DUBLIN -- Former Taoiseach Charles Haughey has agreed to sell unspecified family assets and pay more than a million punts in back t...