NEWS — 17 October 2013

In the October 19 Irish World

In this week’s Irish World reporter David Hennessy on BBC’s Crimewatch appeal to help find little Madeline McCann

As Ireland publishes its seventh austerity budget in six years Taoiseach Enda Kenny says Ireland will be free from the bailout by mid-December

Thousands turn out to pray as Leicester mother and children are buried in Dublin

It’s already sold-out in the West End but we have tickets for The Commitments musical to be won by lucky Irish World readers

Vatican has to recall gold coin after Jesus’s name is mis-spelled

Six years on there are signs of improvement in Ireland’s construction industry

Bill Clinton was in Dublin to say Ireland’s rich – and its companies – should give more to good causes

Adults in the UK and Ireland trail behind other OECD countries in numeracy skill

Irish artists exhibit their work at Chelsea’s Parallax art fair

King’s Place – run by an Irishman and which was at the start of the King’s Cross gentrification – gets two major industry awards to be named London’s best event venue

AIB GB has £250m to lend owner-managed businesses in this country and is promising loans of up to £10m

London Irish Centre Comedy Festival reviewed

The documentary film-maker who followed in Shackleton’s footsteps

The English author who thinks Seamus Heaney was the true Poet Laureate of Britain

The New York reporter who fought a brain disease that threatened to steal her identity and left her feeling her brain was on fire

Where to go if you’re planning a wedding or big family event

Ryanair is looking for someone to be the ‘friendlier’ face of the airline

All this and more in this week’s the Irish World…in print or digital (via iTunes and Android)

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