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A Wicklow woman living in Seattle has created a range of “I’m an immigrant” badges to spread awareness of the large number of immigrants we interact with on a daily basis.
Proud Irish American Timothy Dolan to be further linked to one of the most famous Irish gatherings in the world
A high school student from Cork has a new antibiotic from blackberries that fights killer antibiotic-resistant MRSA.
Derry native and teacher in Arizona says winning the MLK award was the highlight of her life.
Belfast university hard to say goodbye to for this student inspired with a thirst for knowledge and adventure after her time in Northern Ireland.
The current rules require an individual to have spent three out of the past five years living in an EU member state for those applying for graduate degrees.
The decision has caught the attention of US conservative conspiracy news site Infowars.
New Census results shows slight decrease in number of people speaking Irish on a daily basis.
With just 7,000 slots available Dublin embassy advises students to apply for the summer work travel visas as soon as possible.
Middle school bullies tortured Irish American teen Liam O'Brien within inches of his life. His parents are speaking out after internal school investigation found no evidence.
Belfast’s authenticity promises to enrich those who visit and offer those who stay the opportunity to be part of a generation on the rise.
Brexit was the result of ignorance and global inequality, former President Clinton believes.
Now you can chat about skeletons, werewolves, ghosts and banshees in the Irish native tongue.
It was shocking to see University College Dublin’s Literary and Historical Society present their James Joyce award to Al Sharpton.
Food Historian and Tenement Museum Educator will discuss what domestic life was like for immigrant families in 19th century New York.
From supersized hymn books to an early version of the Táin: Trinity College Dublin public lecture series and digitization project
“The worst problem he was dealing with in the former Yugoslavia was the NGOs that didn’t know what they were doing.”
Eccentric Irish boarding school and its gifted teachers give us new insights into the difficult business of growing up. Cahir O'Doherty looks at the new Irish film that won raves at Sundance.
Trinity College Dublin experts explain how it could be the most cost-effective way to accelerate your career and maximize your return on investment.
Now, for a few short days, the island will once again ring with the sound of laughter and the area’s native Irish language.
Is a Masters of Business Administration worth it? Trinity College Dublin experts break it down.
The demand for legislation is coming from the community, over 12,000 members of which came out on the streets of Belfast earlier this year to show their support for an Irish-language act.
Kathleen Lawrence is boldly traveling a new path as the first person in her family to go to college, she's now working in Washington, DC as part of the prestigious Washington Ireland program.
The second person to walk on the Moon, will officially launch the International Space University’s Space Studies Program in Cork City.
Interested in Irish history and culture? Then Ulster University’s Irish Studies Summer Program is a must for you.
Win a dream Ireland getaway for two! Four nights in beautiful Dublin City
Trump White House St. Patrick’s Day bash for the Irish may be canceled
Famine in an Irish town – how Dingle survived the Irish holocaust
Despite his “shithole” comments Donald Trump is not a racist
Irish peace process hero John Hume born on this day in 1937
Irish woman creates “I am an immigrant” buttons to combat US anti-immigrant rhetoric
Cillian Murphy’s edgy Peaky Blinders haircut is setting a trend
Discover the beauty and history of Ireland's Boyne Valley
Exploring the remote and rugged wonders of Donegal
LISTEN: “Zombie” cover by Bad Wolves Dolores O’Riordan was meant to record
The magnificent Mount Stewart House and Gardens - most beautiful in Ireland