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Patricia Killeen urges the Irish diaspora to come together in support of inspiring Irish singer Maria Doyle.
The Irish Rep has taken its entire season online during the COVID-19 pandemic.
An Post is looking after vulnerable and elderly residents during the second coronavirus lockdown.
It's amazing how far $200 went in the mid-1900s.
This Irish dancing group Cairde has picked up more than 1.5 million followers in just over three months thanks to a viral TikTok video.
A battalion of around 265 Irish service members in the US Army once defected to the Mexican Army when the two countries went to war over Texas
St. John's Hospital in Co Limerick is asking the public to redouble its efforts as Ireland heads into Level 5 restrictions.
Irish American journalist Nellie Bly led a daring career as an investigative journalist that included feigning madness to expose abuse at an NYC asylum.
Nancy Stewart has lived through the Spanish Flu pandemic and both World Wars.
Prince William says he was inspired by JFK's ambition to land a man on the moon before the end of the 1960s.
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