Today's Irish news roundup, August 26th, 2013
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Today's top Irish news stories:
Record numbers as 40,000 young Irish emigrate to Australia
More Irish people than ever are making Australia their home, according to figures from Australia's Department of Immigration and Citizenship. ABC News in Australia reports that 40,000 Irish people moved to the country in 2011 and 2012, with 5,000 settling permanently, as Ireland's economy struggles to recover….READ MORE
The family of Aisling McCarthy Brady is asking for help from the community and hosting a fundraiser on September 14 as she awaits trial in the death of a toddler in her care. The money will go towards covering her legal costs…READ MORE
Living and working in isolation in his father's one-bedroom flat in the corner of Dublin's Mountjoy Square, Eric Eoin Marques allegedly became the biggest dealer of child abuse images in the world…READ MORE
The Boston Police Homicide Unit are still appealing for witnesses to the brutal assault that took place in the early hours last Sunday morning, August 18th, on Irishman Gary Halpin (33) in the Dorchester section of Boston…READ MORE
An Irish government minister has paid tribute to the 4,000 destitute women forced to flee to Australia due to the Famine…READ MORE
- Gay wedding cakes latest target of anti-gay...
- Racist incidents in Ireland up by 85 percent...
- An open letter in strong defence of capitalism.
- Gay teacher fired from Catholic school after...
- A Magdalene Laundry US adoptee who holds...
- Families as well as Catholic Church and governm
- Irish radio presenter suspended after anti-Isra
- Sarah Palin is saving Christmas
- Virginia governor slammed by doctor over...
- Nelson Mandela was against IRA decommissioning.
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DonMiller: NOT if the state has a NON-DISCRIMINATION LAW on the books, which MOST if not ALL do....you are running a PUBLIC BUSINESS....if it were PRIGay wedding cakes latest target of anti-gay bigots
That fella who types in all capitals is right. This simply would not happen in Ireland.An open letter in strong defence of capitalism to Pope Francis
Smyrnian: The State is what the whole machinery of Government and the Public Sector is known as in the UK. So when we say the State is paying for some