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The number of Irish whiskey distillers functioning in Ireland hit a 120-year high in 2019, with 31 up and running, that's a leap for just four at the start of the decade.
Once again dubbed Ireland's most popular tourist attraction, Guinness Storehouse saw its number of visitors grow by 32 percent, while 25% of all visitors in 2019 hailed from the United States.
Missing someone this Christmas? A new Irish app, Huggnote, makes it easy to send a heartfelt message across the globe.
You get a stamp on your loyalty card with the hope you'll get a free coffee when the card is full. But what if you could get something better at the end? What if you could feed a child?
Your local Irish Shops throughout North America and Canada are purveyors of unique quality Celtic goods and are the beating heart of any Irish American or Celtic community!
The Irish Business Organization of New York will bestow its first Sean McNeill Award to Emerald Isle Immigration Center executive director Siobhan Dennehy at the IBO Christmas party.
If you’ve been paying any attention to advertising over the past 10 or so years, you’d be aware that there are plenty of online casinos where you can throw down your chips and start playing.
There's almost a whole generation of Irish journalists scattered around the world James McMahon talks to Andrew Brennan about leaving Ireland and settling in China.
If you're looking for the perfect Christmas gift for someone who's feeling homesick for Ireland, or if you're feeling a little homesick yourself, these Irish care packages offer instant comfort and joy.
IrishCentral was delighted to be one of the media partners for the big event.
Fly away to USA with the Aer Lingus Black Friday offer of €100 off return flights to North America.
Cork City is set to be the focal point for Ireland's commemorations of the War of Independence, which will mark its 100th year anniversary in 2020.
Businesses in the Eurozone have proved resolute in the face of an expected decline, with September figures revealing that industrial production actually rose.
Passing of Denis Kelleher, who gave back in spades to his beloved Ireland and to America, marks the end of an extraordinary life journey.
County Fermanagh's Lough Erne was a big winner at the inaugural The Irish News Great Places to eat awards.
Mackenzie’s, a relaxed and beautifully laid out restaurant opens its doors in Dublin’s Silicon Docks.
Tipperary man Declan Kelly wishes to “eradicate global poverty and climate change.”
Guinness, Beamish, Murphy’s and local stouts made up 63 percent of all beer production on the Emerald Isle last year.
Irish billionaire businessman Denis O'Brien and Norman Houston, Director of The Northern Ireland Bureau, were the guests of honor at the 2019 Ireland-US Council dinner in New York.
Aer Lingus reveals the biggest ever capacity to North America in summer 2020 schedule, including increased frequency and fleet upgrades, with more flights to Orlando, Miami, Seattle and more.
Irish people at home and abroad are doing huge things in the tech and business world — but how do you give the 70+ million-strong diaspora a glimpse at some of these achievements?
Some highlights from IrelandWeek 2019, the biggest Irish event in Los Angeles.
A new bilateral trade agreement that protects Irish whiskey and liqueur, as well as other EU products, will help thwart the sale of imitations in China.
Brexit storms may be set to roil Ireland Northwest but Irish America is on hand with a pledge to back the peacemakers and bridge-builders.
John Hume, hero in the Irish peace process, born on this day in 1937
Racism is an issue in an Irish general election for the first time
Irish tourist attraction of the week: 300-million-year-old Dunmore Cave
The son also rises - John Finucane makes a huge impression
Why many Irish have turned their backs on Conor McGregor
Sepsis causes 20% of worldwide deaths, study finds
What you should know about Meghan Markle’s best friend Jessica Mulroney