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Today's Irish news roundup

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Here's IrishCentral's top read stories in Irish news today:

Many Irish can’t afford to visit Ireland in high summer due to ticket costs

Top read story in news from Ireland

In the summer months, high ticket prices dissuade Irish emigrants and visitors from journeying to Ireland...READ MORE

 

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Politician John Elferink tries to reason with the Irishman who attacked him in front of TV camerasIrishman attacks Australian politician live on air over alcohol-fueled violence - VIDEO

An unidentified 28-year-old Irishman has been charged over the assault of Australian politician John Elferink...READ MORE

 

 

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Artist's impression of Dublin's O'Connell Street in 1916Witness accounts of 1916 Rising and War of Independence unveiled

Top read story in Irish roots

The 1916 Rising is online – with graphic eye witness accounts now available to the public for the first time...READ MORE

 

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Bill McMachen has made a sweet $2 million profit buying foreclosed homesIrishman attacks Australian politician live on air over alcohol-fueled violence - VIDEO

In a move that rankled some locals last Tuesday, former yacht dealer Bill McMachen bought up every foreclosed property in Macomb County, Michigan, for $4.9million...READ MORE

 

 

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Will Ferrell Zach Galifianakis read "50 Shades of Grey"‘The Candidate’ stars Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis read ‘50 Shades of Grey’ – VIDEO

Top read story in entertainment news

While on the media circuit for their latest movie “The Candidate”, co-stars Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis performed an impromptu reading of the erotic novel "50 Shades of Grey"...READ MORE

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