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Mayor who greeted queen dies
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Mayor who greeted queen dies
The Sinn Féin mayor of Cashel, who caused a stir within and outside his party when he shook hands with the queen during her recent visit to the Cou...
Darren’s destiny
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Darren’s destiny
The phenomenon that is golfers from Ireland winning majors just keeps rolling along. And if we might be running low on superlatives, there is only ...
Go Ireland!
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Go Ireland!
Team Ireland are through to the quarterfinals of the Cosmos Copa NYC tournament this Sunday after going undefeated in three games during the group ...
Riots as Orange Order marchers mark 12th
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Riots as Orange Order marchers mark 12th
Trouble flared across the North of Ireland in the run up to the annual Orange Order July 12 celebrations. While the Protestant order's marches - co...
Rory's success spurs campaign
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Rory's success spurs campaign
Ireland is known the world over as a major golf destination but tourism chiefs are hoping for even more golf visitors as a result of the Rory McIlr...
No flight so no transplant
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No flight so no transplant
An Irish hospital has insisted it stands by its claims that money was not an issue in failed attempts to get a teenage girl to London for a liver t...
New threat to Irish tax breaks
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New threat to Irish tax breaks
Washington, D.C. --- Senator Carl Levin (D-MI) is this week looking to close the tax loophole that allows many large U.S. based companies to claim ...
Wreath laying marks 10th anniversary of hunger memorial
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Wreath laying marks 10th anniversary of hunger memorial
It was first revealed to the world that summer of 9/11, a heart rending tribute to the victims of a great tragedy. Just a few weeks afterwards ther...
State Dept. proceeding with visa draw
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State Dept. proceeding with visa draw
The State Department is set to proceed with its naming of winners for the 2012 diversity visa lottery beginning this Friday, July 15, this despite ...
Flag removals spark night of riots
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Flag removals spark night of riots
The PSNI have apologized for removing loyalist flags from lampposts in a County Antrim town. Their actions in Ballyclare on Saturday sparked a nigh...
Fire outing doused by judge
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Fire outing doused by judge
A man charged with the murder of a loyalist paramilitary chief has failed in a High Court bid in Belfast to have his bail conditions changed so he ...
Moher visit numbers climbing higher
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Moher visit numbers climbing higher
The Cliffs of Moher have always been a draw for visitors, but the new visitor center at the world famous County Clare destination is pulling in eve...

 

 

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