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Placed on the market over two years ago, Lord of the Dance Michael Flatley’s Castle Hyde mansion is still on sale for almost $24 million.
Is a Masters of Business Administration worth it? Trinity College Dublin experts break it down.
You’ve thought about it for months... "Will I ‘fit in’ in the place I once called home?"
Situated in a stunning natural setting, this former school and youth hostel in Glenmore needs work but has lots of potential.
IrishCentral was live with a specialist Healthcare Recruitment Consultant with Cpl Healthcare in Ireland.
For the first time in five years, the number of jobs posted has fallen in year-on-year terms, a fact which it’s possible Brexit has played a role in.
Although 65% of job seekers believe Brexit will be bad for jobs there is still potential to capitalize.
Ballaghaderreen in Roscommon and Sandycove in Dublin are respectively the most affordable and most expensive places to buy a home.
For a cool $69 million you could own Ireland’s luxurious hotel, once the family homes of the Dukes of Leinster.
CPL Resources shares their expert advice with IrishCentral on Facebook Live.
Many dream of living in Ireland, but how much are properties around the country?
The ideal starting point to find the house of your dreams in West Cork.
Can’t you just imagine yourself the landlord of your very own hotel in the wilds of County Mayo?!
Retirees are flocking to the picturesque County Kerry town of Killarney, giving it one of the oldest average populations in all of Ireland.
With the right skills, the world is your oyster when it comes to finding a job.
Fish in your own private lake, stroll across your 31 acres of land, and then take a nap in one of your 14 bedrooms. Sound good?
There are three Irish counties where the average price for a home is under €100,000 ($111,957).
From Washington DC to Waterford and from Guinness to mates, what I've observed during four years living in Ireland.
American students over the age of 18 can travel to Ireland and intern or work abroad for up to twelve months.
Deciding to move to another country is never easy, but knowing there are job opportunities waiting can make things a lot less stressful.
"At no point could I have predicted where I would end up... I am lost to a culture that loves storytelling as much as I do. I am lost to Ireland. I love Ireland."
The reality hits when you realize how far away you really are, and Skyping family and friends is no longer enough of a substitute for a cup of tea and a chat.
The preliminary results of our reader survey show a massive four out five Irish Americans surveyed think very favorably about taking a vacation in Ireland.
Described as 'Ireland’s Oxbridge’ the city center university allows you to study at a world-class university, make new friends and immerse yourself in another culture.
A new online chat facility and real-time updates ease the pain of waiting for your Irish passport to arrive.
Raise a glass to Robert Emmet, the Irish rebel leader executed on this day in 1803
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Irish trad band’s viral video could replace Pharrell Williams' Happy
Is this the most offensive Irish t-shirt ever created?
American and returning emigrant drivers discriminated against in Ireland
After 37 years a peace wall dividing communities comes down in Belfast
Maine Irish fundraise to bring Ancestry DNA tests to Galway
Irish dancers Fusion Fighters world tour to Create Not Hate
Rory Staunton Foundation’s sepsis story seen by over 1 million on People.com