Could Ireland’s cloudy weather be the reason for the stereotypical red hair?
Redheads to gather from far and wide at a new annual celebration held in Hamburg, Germany.
Calling all redheads! Be sure to check in with new research hoping to track the spread of red hair worldwide.
Scientists believe that the “ginger gene" showed up 50,000 years ago after humans left Africa for colder climates.
How come Irish men, even those with blonde, brown or black hair, have a touch of ginger in their beards?
Leaving the LA celeb circuit, Brian Dowling photographed 130 redheads in 20 different countries.
Students at the Young Scientist Exhibition in Ireland ask some interesting questions about hair color and more.
Writer discusses gingerism at the Irish Redhead Convention in Co. Cork.
Come one, come all, especially if you’re a redhead, to celebrate all things ginger in Northern Ireland.
Only ten percent of Irish have red hair. The rest of us are jealous and here's why.
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Unionist in House of Lords suggests County Donegal should rejoin the United Kingdom
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Irish whiskey brands out in full force at WhiskyFest
Northern Irish priest calls on Christians to abandon Christmas completely