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No surprise as Maskey wins West Belfast seat
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No surprise as Maskey wins West Belfast seat
Sinn Féin's Paul Maskey has been elected as the new MP for West Belfast. Mr. Maskey, who celebrated his 44th birthday on the day of the poll, took ...
Irish government pressed on Magdalene abuse
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Irish government pressed on Magdalene abuse
The United Nations Committee Against Torture has repeated its earlier requests for an independent investigation into the Magdalene Laundries abuse ...
Conference and Index 30 focus on transatlantic ties
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Conference and Index 30 focus on transatlantic ties
The growing economic, political and cultural ties between New York City and Belfast were highlighted over two days last week with the second annual...
Joe Wilson wins Irish American Business Champion Award
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Joe Wilson wins Irish American Business Champion Award
Joe Wilson, Senior Vice President and Account Executive Team Leader was presented with the Irish American business Champions Award at the Irish Ech...
Fitzgerald is our Entrepreneur of the Year
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Fitzgerald is our Entrepreneur of the Year
Dr. Peter Fitzgerald, the founder and managing director of Randox Laboratories - and whose career has spanned the worlds of scientific research and...
Neal accepts Peace Builder Award
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Neal accepts Peace Builder Award
Congressman Richard Neal, a veteran U.S. legislator from Massachusetts, was the recipient of the Peace Builder Award at last Thursday's luncheon ma...
Tales of two cities at well attended conference
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Tales of two cities at well attended conference
The second annual New York New Belfast conference, held last week at Fordham University's Lincoln Center campus in Manhattan, featured an eclectic ...
BC digs in
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BC digs in
Boston College is digging in this week and preparing for a legal battle that many believe will be crucial for the future of the study of the Troubl...
Belfast draws on the old for new art work
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Belfast draws on the old for new art work
Belfast Lord Mayor, Niall Ó Donnghaile, returned to his Gaeltacht Quarter roots last weekend to join Culture and Arts Minister Carál Ní Chuilín to ...
Ireland as the embassy (confidentially) saw it
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Ireland as the embassy (confidentially) saw it
The release of the Wikileaks cables has not left Ireland unaffected. In the latest batch, which came to light last week, topics such as the financi...
As with IFI, Mitchell program also seeks U.S. funding
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As with IFI, Mitchell program also seeks U.S. funding
While a group of Congress members are currently petitioning the House of Representatives to resume funding for the International Fund for Ireland, ...
Ambassador's wife rode shotgun to Moneygall
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Ambassador's wife rode shotgun to Moneygall
One of the photographers who was in the small pool of U.S. press members covering President Obama's visit to Ireland last month was surprised by th...

 

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