As Covid-19 rips through New York and the world we take solace in Ireland's favorite poet. Look for hope in these dire times - "noli timere."
The man who crafted Ireland's lasting image in America through 'The Quiet Man,' a film whose influence is still felt today.
As COVID-19 continues to spread throughout New York, it's a good time to take stock and realize the little things from life that we miss.
Not since 9/11 has New York or the world been so shocked but this too shall pass and our ingenuity will overcome COVID-19.
From bingo on the balconies of apartment blocks in Dublin to live yoga classes and rooftop concerts streamed online, Irish people are showing an amazing sense of community and humor.
As Ireland's leader wins international praise, Donald Trump pointing fingers and spreading untruths while the truth is now undeniable the United States is the epicenter of the Coronavirus outbreak.
Fine Gael, Ireland's third most popular party in last month's election, continue to run the show in Ireland during the crisis and they have used the pandemic to make political gains.
Today Belfast is united, together in a battle against Coronavirus that the people of Ireland will not lose.
If anyone knows how to live through tumultuous times it's the Irish.
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It may be the calm before the storm, but there were signs over the past week that Ireland is showing its best side as we face up to the coronavirus challenge.
I ask is that you think about where you and your family have ended up as you swap your red MAGA hat for a red MAGA surgical mask.
After waiting five years for the Stormont House Agreement (SHA) to be implemented, victims who lost loved ones in the Troubles now face having their hopes of receiving justice dashed.
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For Irish Mammies at home, I hope ye were treated like Queens.
Saint Patrick's Day was a bust for the history books and now the quarantine is here – what happens to all the workers?
A prominent person from my own backyard is just the latest person to exhibit severe symptoms of what you might call Irish American Shame Syndrome.
We're in a war, not one that we asked for, but when are they? This time our enemies are not faraway nations, instead, they are time, ignorance and unpreparedness.
A sixth-round draft pick, Brady is widely regarded as the biggest steal of all time.
The Coronavirus cannot be vilified, as President Trump fails to lead and scripts his own demise, America braces itself for infection.
A Gaelic games quick rightly closed down amid the COVID-19 outbreak it gives us all times to take stock
We are now on the edge of a Coronavirus surge in Ireland. The number of cases is rising sharply every day.
The idea of The Quiet Man being a glimpse into an innocent, idyllic Ireland sends shivers up the spine as you see the constant control of the Church in character’s lives.
Cead Mile Failte to you all from this coast of the Wild Atlantic Way in Clare during a historic interlude.
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