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The Register
Irish kids get FPV of 1916 uprising... via MinecraftIrish schoolchildren will no longer have to experience the Republic’s blood and
Irish kids get FPV of 1916 uprising... via Minecraft
The Register / Posted 10 hours ago
Irish schoolchildren will no longer have to experience the Republic’s blood and fire birth through grainy black-and-white pics and film reels - they can experience it through the full colour lumpenly pixelated reality of Minecraft instead. The... Read more
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The Irish Times
Deirdre Kinahan: ‘The Rising is not just a Dublin story’It has been almost 20 years since playwright Deirdre Kinahan made her theatrica
Deirdre Kinahan: ‘The Rising is not just a Dublin story’
The Irish Times / Posted 18 hours ago
It has been almost 20 years since playwright Deirdre Kinahan made her theatrical debut. It was 1997, and she had been hovering around the amateur drama scene for a while when she decided to take matters into her own hands. With her good friend... Read more
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Limerick Post
Hare-raising art for Jack and JillJack and Jill Foundation. Hares on the March. LIMERICK artists have moved to t
Hare-raising art for Jack and Jill
Limerick Post / Posted yesterday
Jack and Jill Foundation. Hares on the March. LIMERICK artists have moved to the wild side to produce a hare raising exhibition in aid of a national childrens’ charity. The Jack and Jill Foundation will benefit from the “Hares on the March”... Read more
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Irish Examiner
1916 lives: Passionate words by James Connolly gave hope to many | Irish Examiner James Connolly’s legacy will continue to encourage until h
1916 lives: Passionate words by James Connolly gave hope to many
Irish Examiner / Posted yesterday
| Irish Examiner James Connolly’s legacy will continue to encourage until his vision of an equitable world is... Read more
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Limerick Post
Hare-raising art for Jack and JillJack and Jill Foundation. Hares on the March. by Bernie English bernie@limeric
Hare-raising art for Jack and Jill
Limerick Post / Posted 2 days ago
Jack and Jill Foundation. Hares on the March. by Bernie English bernie@limerickpost.ie LIMERICK artists have moved to the wild side to produce a hare raising exhibition in aid of a national childrens’ charity. The Jack and Jill Foundation will... Read more
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Irish Central
How Michael Collins tracked down a deadly informer after Bloody SundayBloody Sunday occurred in Dublin on November 21, 1920. Beginning at 9 a.m. shar
How Michael Collins tracked down a deadly informer after Bloody Sunday
Irish Central / Posted 3 days ago
Bloody Sunday occurred in Dublin on November 21, 1920. Beginning at 9 a.m. sharp, agents of Michael Collins’ Squad—the legendary “Twelve Apostles”—shot dead fourteen agents of the British Secret Service. Later that morning, in the confines of Dublin... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Renua will form part of next government: Lucinda Creighton | Irish Examiner Friday, February 05, 2016 - 02:57 pm By Elaine Loughlin,
Renua will form part of next government: Lucinda Creighton
Irish Examiner / Posted 4 days ago
| Irish Examiner Friday, February 05, 2016 - 02:57 pm By Elaine Loughlin, political reporter Renua Ireland have claimed they... Read more
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Farming Life
Giant’s Causeway wins Gold National Heritage Award and Award of ExcellenceThe National Trust team at the Giant’s Causeway are celebrating double success
Giant’s Causeway wins Gold National Heritage Award and Award of Excellence
Farming Life / Posted 4 days ago
The National Trust team at the Giant’s Causeway are celebrating double success with two prestigious Awards from tour operator, CIE Tours International. This is the fourth ‘Award of Excellence’ for the team at Giant’s Causeway since the opening of... Read more
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techcentral.ie
Schools competition uses Minecraft as a way of exploring 1916 RisingPictured: Ellie McDonnell, Leo Scanlon and Keelin Corcoran, Scoil Mhobie, Glasn
Schools competition uses Minecraft as a way of exploring 1916 Rising
techcentral.ie / Posted 5 days ago
Pictured: Ellie McDonnell, Leo Scanlon and Keelin Corcoran, Scoil Mhobie, Glasnevin at The MindRising Games launch MindRising games open to entries from 32 counties A new competition from MindRising, Microsoft and DCU Institute of Education is... Read more
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Irish Central
Martin McGuinness says Queen “A very positive force” for peace processMartin McGuinness and Peter Robinson meet Queen Elizabeth and her husband Princ
Martin McGuinness says Queen “A very positive force” for peace process
Irish Central / Posted 8 days ago
Martin McGuinness and Peter Robinson meet Queen Elizabeth and her husband Prince Phillip. Photo by: Photocall Martin McGuinness has acknowledged he underestimated the impact of Queen Elizabeth's historic State visit to Ireland, admitting the British... Read more
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The Irish Times
Student Summit at Dublin Castle to focus on start-upsMore than 600 students and 40 business start-ups from around the country are ex
Student Summit at Dublin Castle to focus on start-ups
The Irish Times / Posted 8 days ago
More than 600 students and 40 business start-ups from around the country are expected to descend on Dublin Castle this Thursday for the Student Summit. The event will be focused on innovation, entrepreneurship and start-up employment, and aims to... Read more
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RTE News
Steve Wall on his Rebellion character "He's despicable"The Stunning frontman and actor Steve Wall says that he’s relishing playing “G”
Steve Wall on his Rebellion character "He's despicable"
RTE News / Posted 9 days ago
The Stunning frontman and actor Steve Wall says that he’s relishing playing “G” man Detective Coleman in RTÉ’s 1916 Rising drama Rebellion. Wall, who has previously appeared in Moone Boy, Vikings and opposite Donald Sutherland in new crime drama... Read more
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The Irish Times
The forgotten heroines of the Easter RisingWhen I conjured up the character of Molly to tell the story of the 1916 Rising
The forgotten heroines of the Easter Rising
The Irish Times / Posted 12 days ago
When I conjured up the character of Molly to tell the story of the 1916 Rising from the viewpoint of a young girl, I decided she was interested in medicine and first aid. It would give her a raison d’etre to be at the scene of the action. Research... Read more
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The Irish Times
Shooting the rebellion: where were scenes shot?We knew it was coming, the whole audience was waiting, and it didn’t disappoint
Shooting the rebellion: where were scenes shot?
The Irish Times / Posted 13 days ago
We knew it was coming, the whole audience was waiting, and it didn’t disappoint. The final scenes in the latest Star Wars movie, starring Skellig Michael, brought a shiver to the spine. Spotting places you know is one of the joys of watching film... Read more
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The Irish Times
Lane says financial institutions ‘must adapt’ to post-crisis realityFinancial institutions must adjust to a new “post-crisis regulatory environment
Lane says financial institutions ‘must adapt’ to post-crisis reality
The Irish Times / Posted 13 days ago
Financial institutions must adjust to a new “post-crisis regulatory environment” which requires shifts in conduct and a more restrictive approach to balance sheet management, the Governor of the Central Bank has said. Prof Philip Lane was speaking... Read more
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The Irish Times
1916/2016 Diary: Daily notebook leading to Rising centenaryJanuary 26th, 1916 Volunteers urged to guard weapons closely ( The Irish Volunt
1916/2016 Diary: Daily notebook leading to Rising centenary
The Irish Times / Posted 14 days ago
January 26th, 1916 Volunteers urged to guard weapons closely ( The Irish Volunteer, January 29th) : “It was agreed to remind Volunteers of their obligation not to part with their weapons but with their lives, and of the desirability of keeping their... Read more
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Irish Examiner
A 1916 diary ... NOT in the news | Irish Examiner An ongoing and chronological look back at 1916 and some of
A 1916 diary ... NOT in the news
Irish Examiner / Posted 16 days ago
| Irish Examiner An ongoing and chronological look back at 1916 and some of the behind the scenes planning of the Rising which was certainly "NOT in the news" of the time. This week... Read more
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RTE News
British actor calls Rebellion "an education"British actor Tom Turner, who plays Dublin Castle civil servant Charles Hammond
British actor calls Rebellion "an education"
RTE News / Posted 16 days ago
British actor Tom Turner, who plays Dublin Castle civil servant Charles Hammond in 1916 drama Rebellion, has said making the series was "a massive education". Hammond has become one of the more sympathetic British characters on the show after he... Read more
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RTE News
Rebellion enters Endgame tonightAs events hurtle toward endgame in tonight's episode of Rebellion, actor Marcus
Rebellion enters Endgame tonight
RTE News / Posted 16 days ago
As events hurtle toward endgame in tonight's episode of Rebellion, actor Marcus Lamb has said that playing doomed rebel Padraig Pearse in the 1916 drama was a fascinating experience. "Pearse was this odd combination of shyness and this explosive... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
The Shipbuilders - Buzz Band of the WeekIt was only after filing last week's column that a colleague of mine (they're o
The Shipbuilders - Buzz Band of the Week
Liverpool Echo / Posted 19 days ago
It was only after filing last week's column that a colleague of mine (they're one of the few who read this - they're paid to) pointed out that Well, this week, he's got a rival. The Shipbuilders are positively dripping with Liverpudlian... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Croydon musician wants to bring fun back to Saturday night dancefloorsA Croydon-based pop band is hoping to bring some glam back to the dancefloor wi
Croydon musician wants to bring fun back to Saturday night dancefloors
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 20 days ago
A Croydon-based pop band is hoping to bring some glam back to the dancefloor with his new tune. Marc Clerkin founded band Jezz in Dublin in 2007 and has gone on to release two albums and a handful of singles which gained radio play across Europe and... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Croydon musician wants to bring fun back to Saturday night dancefloorsA Croydon-based pop band is hoping to bring some glam back to the dancefloor wi
Croydon musician wants to bring fun back to Saturday night dancefloors
Croydon Guardian / Posted 20 days ago
A Croydon-based pop band is hoping to bring some glam back to the dancefloor with his new tune. Marc Clerkin founded band Jezz in Dublin in 2007 and has gone on to release two albums and a handful of singles which gained radio play across Europe and... Read more
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The Irish Times
Interest high in Dublin retail expoMore than 600 representatives from leading Irish and UK retail firms are due to
Interest high in Dublin retail expo
The Irish Times / Posted 20 days ago
More than 600 representatives from leading Irish and UK retail firms are due to attend the Completely Retail & Leisure Marketplace Ireland exhibition on February 23rd at The Printworks, Dublin Castle. The delegates, with an interest in establishing... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Croydon musician wants to bring fun back to Saturday night dancefloorsA Croydon-based pop band is hoping to bring some glam back to the dancefloor wi
Croydon musician wants to bring fun back to Saturday night dancefloors
Kingston Guardian / Posted 20 days ago
A Croydon-based pop band is hoping to bring some glam back to the dancefloor with his new tune. Marc Clerkin founded band Jezz in Dublin in 2007 and has gone on to release two albums and a handful of singles which gained radio play across Europe and... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
There are no sacred cows as far as 1916 is concerned In a special report, Robert Fisk says the commemoration of the centenary of t
There are no sacred cows as far as 1916 is concerned
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 20 days ago
In a special report, Robert Fisk says the commemoration of the centenary of the Easter Rising has already led to the rewriting of the past to cover up some uncomfortable facts about the... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Ireland's Easter Rising and how history is being twisted in celebrating the struggle for independence Ireland has begun centenary celebrations, starting with the Easter Rising of
Ireland's Easter Rising and how history is being twisted in celebrating the struggle for independence
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 21 days ago
Ireland has begun centenary celebrations, starting with the Easter Rising of 1916 and ending with the consolidation of the 'free state' in... Read more
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techcentral.ie
ICS: 2015 in reviewIrish Computer Society looks back at a busy and successful year January – 7th
ICS: 2015 in review
techcentral.ie / Posted 22 days ago
Irish Computer Society looks back at a busy and successful year January – 7th Annual Data Protection Conference The annual Data Protection Conference took place on 28 January at Dublin Castle. Keynote speakers included Mark Rasdale, Richard... Read more
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The Irish Times
‘My love affair with Ireland is random, but the flirting started in childhood’It’s four o’clock on a Sunday afternoon and the Forty Foot is crowded. The tide
‘My love affair with Ireland is random, but the flirting started in childhood’
The Irish Times / Posted 22 days ago
It’s four o’clock on a Sunday afternoon and the Forty Foot is crowded. The tide is high, the water is choppy, a few kids swear as they jump from the rocks. Donál, who is a regular, notices I am new to the bathing place and I tell him I moved to... Read more
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Irish Central
Bare feet, furs and a girl’s bravery: stories from the Irish RebellionNews of the Rising started to filter through on Tuesday April 25th. A smatterin
Bare feet, furs and a girl’s bravery: stories from the Irish Rebellion
Irish Central / Posted 25 days ago
News of the Rising started to filter through on Tuesday April 25th. A smattering of local papers managed to squeeze in the late news that at least 12 lives had already been lost, and that Irish rebels were in control of parts of the city. By the... Read more
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The Irish Times
Going out: The best of what’s on this weekDaniel Pearce is Eats Everything, the Bristol DJ and producer who has been maki
Going out: The best of what’s on this week
The Irish Times / Posted 25 days ago
Daniel Pearce is Eats Everything, the Bristol DJ and producer who has been making waves since he appeared on the scene in 2011 with Entrance Song. Since then, Pearce’s releases for labels such as Claude Von Stroke’s Dirtybird, remixes for such... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Dublin, Ireland: 20 reasons to visit the home of Guinness beerThe 20 best things to see, do and drink in Ireland's capital. 1. VISIT: TRINIT
Dublin, Ireland: 20 reasons to visit the home of Guinness beer
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 27 days ago
The 20 best things to see, do and drink in Ireland's capital. 1. VISIT: TRINITY COLLEGE The full name of Trinity College, which sits like a fort in the middle of town, is College of the Holy and Undivided Trinity of Queen Elizabeth near Dublin.... Read more
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The Young Witness
Dublin, Ireland: 20 reasons to visit the home of Guinness beerThe 20 best things to see, do and drink in Ireland's capital. 1. VISIT: TRINIT
Dublin, Ireland: 20 reasons to visit the home of Guinness beer
The Young Witness / Posted 27 days ago
The 20 best things to see, do and drink in Ireland's capital. 1. VISIT: TRINITY COLLEGE The full name of Trinity College, which sits like a fort in the middle of town, is College of the Holy and Undivided Trinity of Queen Elizabeth near Dublin.... Read more
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The Irish Times
Easter Rising commemorations: 50 events for 20161. Culture: On January 30th, Lorcán Mac Mathúna presents 1916 Visionaries and T
Easter Rising commemorations: 50 events for 2016
The Irish Times / Posted 27 days ago
1. Culture: On January 30th, Lorcán Mac Mathúna presents 1916 Visionaries and Their Words , new traditional music compositions based on the writings of the seven signatories of the Proclamation, at the Temple Bar Tradfest in Dublin. The show will... Read more
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Western Advocate
Dublin, Ireland: 20 reasons to visit the home of Guinness beerThe 20 best things to see, do and drink in Ireland's capital. 1. VISIT: TRINIT
Dublin, Ireland: 20 reasons to visit the home of Guinness beer
Western Advocate / Posted 27 days ago
The 20 best things to see, do and drink in Ireland's capital. 1. VISIT: TRINITY COLLEGE The full name of Trinity College, which sits like a fort in the middle of town, is College of the Holy and Undivided Trinity of Queen Elizabeth near Dublin.... Read more
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Manning River Times
Dublin, Ireland: 20 reasons to visit the home of Guinness beerThe 20 best things to see, do and drink in Ireland's capital. 1. VISIT: TRINIT
Dublin, Ireland: 20 reasons to visit the home of Guinness beer
Manning River Times / Posted 27 days ago
The 20 best things to see, do and drink in Ireland's capital. 1. VISIT: TRINITY COLLEGE The full name of Trinity College, which sits like a fort in the middle of town, is College of the Holy and Undivided Trinity of Queen Elizabeth near Dublin.... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Dublin, Ireland: 20 reasons to visit the home of Guinness beerThe 20 best things to see, do and drink in Ireland's capital. 1. VISIT: TRINIT
Dublin, Ireland: 20 reasons to visit the home of Guinness beer
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 27 days ago
The 20 best things to see, do and drink in Ireland's capital. 1. VISIT: TRINITY COLLEGE The full name of Trinity College, which sits like a fort in the middle of town, is College of the Holy and Undivided Trinity of Queen Elizabeth near Dublin.... Read more
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The North West Star
Dublin, Ireland: 20 reasons to visit the home of Guinness beerThe 20 best things to see, do and drink in Ireland's capital. 1. VISIT: TRINIT
Dublin, Ireland: 20 reasons to visit the home of Guinness beer
The North West Star / Posted 27 days ago
The 20 best things to see, do and drink in Ireland's capital. 1. VISIT: TRINITY COLLEGE The full name of Trinity College, which sits like a fort in the middle of town, is College of the Holy and Undivided Trinity of Queen Elizabeth near Dublin.... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Dublin, Ireland: 20 reasons to visit the home of Guinness beerThe 20 best things to see, do and drink in Ireland's capital. 1. VISIT: TRINIT
Dublin, Ireland: 20 reasons to visit the home of Guinness beer
Daily Liberal / Posted 27 days ago
The 20 best things to see, do and drink in Ireland's capital. 1. VISIT: TRINITY COLLEGE The full name of Trinity College, which sits like a fort in the middle of town, is College of the Holy and Undivided Trinity of Queen Elizabeth near Dublin.... Read more
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The Irish Times
2016: a calendar of events for the centenaryMarch 3rdProclaiming a Republic exhibition at the National Museum of Ireland T
2016: a calendar of events for the centenary
The Irish Times / Posted 28 days ago
March 3rdProclaiming a Republic exhibition at the National Museum of Ireland This new exhibition will explore the ideas, movements and personalities of early 20th-century Ireland, plus the dramatic events and impact of Easter Week on Dublin and the... Read more
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The Border Mail
Dublin, Ireland: 20 reasons to visit the home of Guinness beerThe 20 best things to see, do and drink in Ireland's capital. 1. VISIT: TRINIT
Dublin, Ireland: 20 reasons to visit the home of Guinness beer
The Border Mail / Posted 29 days ago
The 20 best things to see, do and drink in Ireland's capital. 1. VISIT: TRINITY COLLEGE The full name of Trinity College, which sits like a fort in the middle of town, is College of the Holy and Undivided Trinity of Queen Elizabeth near Dublin.... Read more
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The Courier
Dublin, Ireland: 20 reasons to visit the home of Guinness beerThe 20 best things to see, do and drink in Ireland's capital. 1. VISIT: TRINIT
Dublin, Ireland: 20 reasons to visit the home of Guinness beer
The Courier / Posted 29 days ago
The 20 best things to see, do and drink in Ireland's capital. 1. VISIT: TRINITY COLLEGE The full name of Trinity College, which sits like a fort in the middle of town, is College of the Holy and Undivided Trinity of Queen Elizabeth near Dublin.... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Enda Kenny criticises Arlene Foster over snub to Easter Rising centenary events Enda Kenny alongside Arlene Foster at a ceremony at Enniskillen cenotaph Tao
Enda Kenny criticises Arlene Foster over snub to Easter Rising centenary events
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 29 days ago
Enda Kenny alongside Arlene Foster at a ceremony at Enniskillen cenotaph Taoiseach Enda Kenny has declared his disappointment in Northern Ireland's new First Minister... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Enda Kenny criticises Arlene Foster over snub to Easter Rising centenary events Taoiseach Enda Kenny with Arlene Foster attending a commemoration ceremony at
Enda Kenny criticises Arlene Foster over snub to Easter Rising centenary events
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 29 days ago
Taoiseach Enda Kenny with Arlene Foster attending a commemoration ceremony at Enniskillen cenotaph Taoiseach Enda Kenny has declared his disappointment in Northern... Read more
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RTE News
All hell breaks lose on episode two of RebellionAfter last week's scene-setting opening episode, the second part of Rebellion w
All hell breaks lose on episode two of Rebellion
RTE News / Posted 29 days ago
After last week's scene-setting opening episode, the second part of Rebellion was packed with action scenes as a divided Dublin dealt with the first stirrings of the Easter Rising. Read our review. Warning - spoiler alert! The best line in the... Read more
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Manning River Times
Dublin, Ireland: 20 reasons to visit the home of Guinness beerThe 20 best things to see, do and drink in Ireland's capital. 1. VISIT: TRINIT
Dublin, Ireland: 20 reasons to visit the home of Guinness beer
Manning River Times / Posted a month ago
The 20 best things to see, do and drink in Ireland's capital. 1. VISIT: TRINITY COLLEGE The full name of Trinity College, which sits like a fort in the middle of town, is College of the Holy and Undivided Trinity of Queen Elizabeth near Dublin.... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Dublin, Ireland: 20 reasons to visit the home of Guinness beerThe 20 best things to see, do and drink in Ireland's capital. 1. VISIT: TRINIT
Dublin, Ireland: 20 reasons to visit the home of Guinness beer
Illawarra Mercury / Posted a month ago
The 20 best things to see, do and drink in Ireland's capital. 1. VISIT: TRINITY COLLEGE The full name of Trinity College, which sits like a fort in the middle of town, is College of the Holy and Undivided Trinity of Queen Elizabeth near Dublin.... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Dublin, Ireland: 20 reasons to visit the home of Guinness beerThe 20 best things to see, do and drink in Ireland's capital. 1. VISIT: TRINIT
Dublin, Ireland: 20 reasons to visit the home of Guinness beer
Kiama Independent / Posted a month ago
The 20 best things to see, do and drink in Ireland's capital. 1. VISIT: TRINITY COLLEGE The full name of Trinity College, which sits like a fort in the middle of town, is College of the Holy and Undivided Trinity of Queen Elizabeth near Dublin.... Read more
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The Irish Times
Commemorate or bust: How 1916 will be remembered through the yearThe themes for the 1916 commemoration are, according to ireland.ie, remembering
Commemorate or bust: How 1916 will be remembered through the year
The Irish Times / Posted a month ago
The themes for the 1916 commemoration are, according to ireland.ie, remembering, reconciling, presenting, imagining and celebrating. Which is Governmentspeak for “a bit of everything, and whatever you’re doing yourself”. The scale of the thing is... Read more
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The Irish Times
Irishman Colm Kelleher named president of Morgan StanleyMr Kelleher (58), who comes from Cork, joined the firm in 1989 and until Wednes
Irishman Colm Kelleher named president of Morgan Stanley
The Irish Times / Posted 1 months ago
Mr Kelleher (58), who comes from Cork, joined the firm in 1989 and until Wednesday, served as its investment banking chief. His promotion prompted the departure of the group’s head of wealth management Greg Fleming, who was previously seen as a... Read more
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