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Perhaps it can finally all be settled. Who wore it better? Prince or Sinead O'Connor?
Ryanair is now the world's safest airline. Following the tragic death of Jennifer Riordan on board flight 1380, after she was "partially sucked out of the plane," Southwest Airlines lost their almost perfect safety record.
Celebrated Cranberries singer Dolores O'Riordan was married for 20 years to Duran Duran's former tour manager.
Well 2017 has come and gone and Irish celebrities are having their say on social media.
A typical Irish wedding singalong has gone viral.
The whole world is wondering when Conor McGregor will enter the octagon again, Dana White just dropped a huge hint.
One of Ireland's greatest songwriters celebrates his 60th birthday on Christmas day
Sans-Bono this year, Irish stars including Kodaline, Bell X1 and The Coronas busked outside the Gaiety Theater, off Grafton Street
Oscar-winning screenwriter Aaron Sorkin has finally learned the truth. The best storytellers on the planet are Irish. Sorkin, arguably the most celebrated movie and TV writer of his generation, made his claim in an interview with the Irish Times on December 22.
An amazing documentary has sprung up on YouTube detailing the end of a staunchly Irish neighborhood in New York City. Goodbye to Glocamorra was an RTE commissioned piece that aired in 1968. It charts the rise of Inwood, referring to it as "the last of the Irish slums." The documentary is presented in such a way to show that the Irish were becoming part of the "white flight" and were fleeing the city. It begins with the words, "Five years ago, these apartment buildings were Irish to the last man, woman, and child. Today, their defenses have begun to crumble. The first Puerto Ricans have moved in. The first Negroes have moved in. And more will certainly follow."