Today's Irish news roundup
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The transatlantic flight experience just got a lot more interesting aboard Aer Lingus in recent days…READ MORE
The majority of workers in Ireland have slept with a work colleague, according to a new sex survey by an Irish fashion magazine…READ MORE
As America waits for the Supreme Court ruling in late June it seems that some of the last, lousy vestiges of an ancient hatred have been reduced to this repellent dumb show…READ MORE
Ellen DeGeneres has announced that, finally, there will be sequel to the 2003 animated Pixar movie, “Finding Nemo” centering around her character Dory…READ MORE
“Listen, I'm going to slap on me runners and leg it down to the chipper!”
If you understand this sentence then you’re well on your way to understanding how the Irish use the English language and make a version of it entirely their own…READ MORE
- Notre Dame sues federal government again...
- Caroline Kennedy “selfie” in Japan reveals...
- Unionists regret US envoy Haass’ call for...
- Smithwick inquiry finds Irish police may...
- Ireland wins top spot on Forbes’ Best Countries
- Irish radio presenter suspended after anti-Isra
- Why Ireland needs to give its emigrants a...
- Married priests could well be Pope Francis'...
- Pope Francis calls capitalism “new tyranny”...
- Cork mother grieves for husband, son and...
There is such a thing as a falkland islander ,or a gibralterian or a socalled Ulsterman but on closer examination they are (by choice) overseas englisNotre Dame sues federal government again over birth control
Nobody has explained why the rights of the employer outweigh those of the employee. Millions of Americans opposed the war in Iraq and the senseless deCaroline Kennedy “selfie” in Japan reveals a new and much happier woman
I hope she learns a fair amount of Japanese. I remember seeing the movie "Passport to Paris' starring the Olson twins, and "Taken", wiSmithwick inquiry finds Irish police may have colluded in two IRA murders
Of course, no calls for any investigations or punishment for the atrocities against numerous unarmed non-combatants, including children, at Ballymurph