Today's Irish news roundup
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The trial of New York City’s Cannibal Cop has heard his wife describe how he wanted to tie her up by her feet and her throat and ‘watch the blood rush from my body’...READ MORE
Kate Middleton and her husband Prince William are to visit Ireland in 2014.
Buckingham Palace is finalising plans for the Royals to follow Queen Elizabeth across the Irish Sea..READ MORE
He’s the greatest actor in the world after winning a record third Best Actor Oscar but to the people in a small village in County Wicklow he’s just a local lad made good...READ MORE
In the green fields of Ballynahinch, the young Betsy Gray fell in battle alongside her father and fiance who had fought with her during the 1798 Rebellion...READ MORE
The British church leader sacked by the Pope openly boasted of his friendship with notorious pedophile and TV personality Jimmy Savile...READ MORE
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- Racist incidents in Ireland up by 85 percent...
- Gay wedding cakes latest target of anti-gay...
- No Irish prosecution for man named as world’s...
- Offensive NFL sign outside restaurant just...
- Ireland crowned “Top Tourist Destination”...
- Irish radio presenter suspended after anti-Isra
- How the Irish celebrate Christmas has changed...
There is no barrier for any person legally in Ireland to takiong on any job they are willing and capable to work at. To suggest there is some capitalIrish outrage over NY Times pigeon-eating and desperate economic times article
Mass Immigrationists like barry exemplify the double speak and dishonesty that underlies the capitalists' project to replace the young men and women oTop ten words the Irish use that confuse Americans
To be fair, most American words and slang came FROM Ireland to begin with. I plan to visit Ireland and learn as much as possible. Can't wait.New Northern Ireland flag is not an option, loyalists tell Richard Haass
I think we have enough flags in Ireland as it is.