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James Conway of Sligo made the tough call three years ago to immigrate to the UK to find work. He has some choice words for the Irish government after the Apple tax scandal.
Tentative moves among ambitious politicians are underway to succeed two party leaders preparing to ease out of power -- one willingly, the other reluctantly.
Members of the Ballymurphy Families, joined by members of other bereaved families, announced today that they would be suing both the British government and Stormont ministers.
Claims by an alleged IRA informer who is not even named are jumped on by the media and politicians North and South, most blinded by their dislike of the success enjoyed by Sinn Fein in both parts of Ireland.
Irish Foreign Affairs Minister says the time isn’t right for a poll on Irish unity despite the many challenges posed by the U.K. Brexit vote.
Decision by the Irish government to have a judicial inquiry into NAMA’s sale of the Project Eagle loans is another case of us not being able to see the wood for the trees.
This week would be an appropriate time of year to raise a glass to Robert Emmet, especially if you happened to be in Dublin’s Brazen Head Pub.
Many people find the west of Ireland to be a place of healing and recovery, but none more so than Queens, NY native Sonia “Sunny” Jacobs and Dublin-born Peter Pringle.
Brexit and its implications are forming the centerpiece for Irish Foreign Minister Charlie Flanagan’s visit to New York which opens today.
NYC rally to coincide with Dublin’s March for Choice, part of Scarlet Brigade’s Global Gathering.
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