NEWS — 19 February 2014
The Irish World February 22 (Issue 1403)

The Irish World February 22 (Issue 1403)

Outrage at NHS managers’ attempts to hold back lifesaving drugs from older “less productive” members of society

Irish prisoners’ chaplaincy hits out at Tory demands that Irish inmates – whose lives and families are in this country – be sent back to Ireland to save money

Scotland Yard says a group using a recognized code word and calling itself ‘the IRA’ claimed responsibility for last week’s letter bombs

Colin Farrell talks to the Irish World’s Shelley Marsden bout ‘life, love, and romance’

Win tickets for Cheltenham Festival Ladies’ Day

The love affairs with all things Scandinavian continues with the return of Vikings, shot in Ireland, and a major exhibition at the British Museum

Former Ireland soccer player Kevin Doyle on being dropped by Trappatoni, falling out of favour at Wolves and a fresh start at QPR

Hundreds turn out for the funeral of Galway student Patrick Halpin who died on a college trip to London as post mortem tests are inconclusive

A brand new, state of the art primary school in West Acton is the first entirely new school of its kind in the Westminster diocese in forty years

We look at the Irish designers in London Fashion week and an Embassy of Ireland sponsored exhibition of modern Irish jewellery

Ireland’s young adults face living with their parents until they’re 35 years or older, says the ESRI, unless more, affordable, homes are built soon.

As Dublin property prices continue their recovery estate agents and auctioneers are coming to London to say there has never ben a better time to buy in Ireland

We’re still the only newspaper for the Irish in Britain with weekly Irish dancing coverage by the one and only John Egan

Meet Ireland’s latest generation of Country and Western rising stars

London GAA – the county board and supporters reflect on a great 2013 at the annual dinner, see our picture special

We continue our Cheltenham build-up in sports – and give you the chance to win tickets, London-Westmeath hurling clash, Parnell’s ladies’ Gaelic football favourite Jenny Murphy on playing rugby for Ireland at Twickenham, former Ireland hooker Shane Byrne on why Joe Schmidt holds the aces in Ireland’s Twickenham showdown against Ireland 

ALL THIS AND MORE IN THIS WEEK’S IRISH WORLD

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