Periscopeby Niall O'Dowd
- The Irish community returns to Hurricane Sandy hit Rockaways to aid ongoing recovery
- Young Irish woman turned in to U.S. authorities by Irish immigrant support group - Boston-based Irish International Immigrant Center does the unspeakable
- Profile in Irish fighting courage - Heffernan’s campaign for respite care for families dealing with fatal rare illnesses such as Batten’s disease
- Senator Schumer says Irish deserve a separate deal for visas because of 1965 shutout - Says “Schumer visas” set to give Ireland 10,500 visas a year for the future
- Prospects for immigration reform bill are 50-50 say the pols privately - House seen as major obstacle as Senate gets closer to a vote
Are the Irish in denial over what happened during their banking and economic crisis?
Kate Fitzgerald was a bright bubbly girl, just 25, a daughter of friends of mine who moved back to Ireland from California.
She was head of Irish Democrats Abroad and was doing a spectacular job with an organization that had had gone from strength to strength.
The Irish-based Examiner group had decided to pull the plug claiming substantial losses and it looked like the end for the flagship of the Irish community throughout Britain.
The widespread view was that the Examiner Group, beset by losses in its Irish publications. had just decided that the British paper was not worth the candle.
London: It is time for a daytime flight from the US to Ireland.
I am more convinced than ever after this trip to London.
I boarded a British Airways plane at 8.30 in New York on Wednesday morning and arrived here in London at 8 p.m local time.
Owen Paterson recently took part in a 1,000-mile horse race across Mongolia.
It is hardly the resume item you would expect to see on a Northern Ireland secretary’s bio, but Paterson, 55, is hardly the conventional type of politician.
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