Today's Irish news roundup, September 4th 2013
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Today's top Irish news stories:
A weary, tearful looking Aisling McCarthy Brady appeared in a Woburn, Massachusetts courtroom on Tuesday, where her lawyer said the murder charge her client is facing in the January death of a one-year-old baby from nearby Cambridge is based on “false and deceptive” information…READ MORE
Tributes to the late poet Seamus Heaney, 74, have poured in from world leaders and friends this week as the nation and the world grapple with the news of his passing…READ MORE
One hundred Gaelic teams, from 36 cities across the United States, came together for passionate and skillful displays of Irish football, hurling and camogie at the North American County Board (NACB) Finals in Cleveland over Labor Day weekend…READ MORE
The number of Irish men reporting domestic abuse is on the rise. According to Breaking News, the latest figures from AMEN (the voluntary Irish group founded in December 1997 to support male victims of such abuse) show that over 5,200 calls were made to its national helpline in 2012…READ MORE
If Pope Francis is anything he’s telegenic. The contrast he makes from Pope Emeritus Benedict has been noted by the world’s media as much as the faithful…READ MORE
- The New York Times questions Ireland’s highly-p
- Gay wedding cakes latest target of anti-gay...
- Bah! Humbug! The ten worst things about Christm
- Spanish judge slams Ryanair’s sexist air...
- Racist incidents in Ireland up by 85 percent...
- No Irish prosecution for man named as world’s...
- Offensive NFL sign outside restaurant just...
- Ireland crowned “Top Tourist Destination”...
- How the Irish celebrate Christmas has changed...
- Dublin cops foil hit on drug kingpin John...
molliebawn, many many kids in rural Ireland used to share shoes or only wore them for special occasions so as not to ruin them or wear them out too faIrish radio presenter suspended after anti-Israeli comments aired on show
Apparently organizations like Hillel international don't stand for fair objective and impartial comments about Israel it anyone is critical of Israel,Order praised for delaying parade
The Orange Order has brought so much discredit on themselves by their drunken rioting and the promiscuous behaviour at the outdoor brothel that is TwaI want review of tests on gun that shot me, says IRA spy Martin McGartland
The tout McGartland was used by MI5 and they have now cast him aside. What's new?