Emerald Extractsby IrishCentral Columnists
- Spectacular video gives a flying visit over beautiful Ireland
- 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
Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has began legal proceedings against the Australian supermarket chain Coles after discovering that the bread they claim was baked in store came from Ireland.
The bread was partially baked and then frozen in Ireland and shipped to Coles stores where it was “finished.” The ACC started legal proceedings in the Federal Court for “false, misleading, and deceptive conduct.” The ACCC said in a statement that the legal actions covers the Coles Bakery and Cuisine Royale branded bread products, which is based in Co Offaly, Ireland.
We’ve seen Irish Dance take the world by storm with groundbreaking shows such as Riverdance and Lord of the Dance but Irish Dance is set to reintroduce itself to the world in a brand new style - computer games.
Dancer, Chris Naish, who is well known as an alumni of Riverdance and Lord of the Dance and has helped create dance group the Sneaky Steppers and Fusion Fighters, is behind this creative idea and has teamed up with a producer and special effects team who are keen to help get it off the ground.
Turns out the bit of sun that Ireland has been basking in lately has truly made some people a little nutty.
This video, posted on The Journal, shows some revelers perilously jumping from a Dublin restaurant rooftop into the Liffey River - which was some distance away.
In June 1963, Irish American US President John F. Kennedy made a historic four-day visit to Ireland. As part of his trip, JFK visited his ancestral hometown of Dunganstown in Co Wexford, as well as Dublin.
The Journal now reveals the two stamps that have been issued in Ireland to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the late President’s visit.
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