Emerald Extractsby IrishCentral Columnists
- Fan photos show Fungi the dolphin in Dingle has a new companion
- Hurling like you’ve never seen, Colm Ó Méalóid freestyles (VIDEO)
- New York woman spends $25,000 flying horses to Donegal for retirement
- Boston bomb survivor Jane Richard sings national anthem at Fenway Park
- Bill Clinton snapped with Bono’s shades and Rory McIlroy in Dublin
Stephen Parker edited the footage together after he and his wife Shannon captured it using a Panasonic GH3, 2 GoPros and an iPhone while they toured Ireland in a rental car.
Dublin-born Irish designer Orla Kiely is working with retailer Target to release trendy new cases for your Apple products. Aiming for being both stylish and affordable, the designer is set to release cases for the iPhone 4 and 5, a wallet for the iPhone 5, and cases for both the iPad and iPad mini.
An Irish couple have completed a 15,000 mile sailing expedition from New Zealand to their home county of Mayo.
The Mayo News reports that Myles Henaghan and his wife Eithne Sweeney arrived at Old Head near Louisburgh pier shortly after 8pm last Sunday, ten months after they set sail from Onehunga, Auckland, New Zealand.
A Cork man has given a unique twist to one of the biggest hits of the summer.
Cork music artist Brian Deady has given the domestic treatment to Robin Thicke’s ‘Blurred Lines’.
Broadsheet this week in the shape of an Irish Times clipping from July 12, 1947. The clipping’s headline reads:
“Flying Saucer Seen in County Kerry”
Now an international hobby, UFOs and flying saucers are spotted on a daily basis around the globe and the existence of aliens is debated across the Internet but what is curious about this report is that it was published three days after the Roswell UFO Incident.
“I can tell you that it will bring bad luck ....because it is a fairy horse,” says leprechaun whisperer.
A cast-iron pony was stolen from outside a cave at Folklore Park, in Carlingford, County Louth. The thieves who stole the fairy horse from leprechaun whisperer, Kevin Woods, are now being hunted down.
A sad sign of the times, this back page was spotted for sale outside one of North Dublin City Center's most popular camping stores. The sign attached reads "idea for traveling or emigrating".
As of the end of 2012 emigration from Ireland was at levels not seen since the Famine. The Irish Independent reported that 87,000 people left the country in the year to April 2012. The paper said more than 200 people a day emigrated.
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