: ' Dublin'

Survivors asked to contact Department of Justice to fill out a form

Justice Department asks survivors to fill out form and it will get back to them when Fund is actually set up [...]

Pope Benedict bows to age and poor health and announces retirement

    There will be a new Pope by Easter, the Vatican promised this week, after Pope Benedict XVI’s surprise announcement that he will step down as Pontiff at the end of this month. The highly [...]

the Irish World February 16

      British and Irish tributes to Pope Benedict following his decision to stand down due to age and ill health from the end of this month We look at some of the bookmakers' favourites [...]

Rugby 2013 RBS Six Nations

Rory Best's perfortmance against Wales evoked memories of the great Keith Wood at his best [...]

Out of the Shadows

  Tony Award winning Brid Brennan   By David Hennessy Brid Brennan is famed for her portrayals of Agnes Mundy whom she played in the original Dublin, West End and Broadway productions of Brian Friel’s Dancing [...]

TCG’s Adrian is a YouTube hit

TCG's Adrian is an unlikely YouTube hit [...]

Laying it on the (Koda)line

    By David Hennessy If you ask a music buff who they think the big Irish band of 2013 will be, the answer likely to come back is Kodaline. The Dublin quartet have been nominated [...]

Sean Hughes: Noises Off

Sean Hughes, making a welcome return to Kilburn's Tricycle, on life, death, comedy and being Irish [...]

Lost Boys

Navan's Oisin Leech and Omagh's Mark McCausland on how a chance encounter with Glen Hansard changed their fortunes [...]

In the January issue 26 of the Irish World

The Irish World talks to the UK's high street's biggest buyers of Irish beef products about the horsemeat scandal that has shocked consumers, farmers... and pretty much everyone else. [...]

On Screen

    Oscar Nominations to be announced   Fodhla Cronin O'Reilly's Oscar-hopeful Head Over Heels     The nominees for the 85th Academy Awards will be announced on January 10. London based Irish producer Fodhla Cronin [...]

The flight of the Emigrants

  Christmas and New Year over, and the emigrants return overseas     By Sean Moriarty Emigration from Ireland to the four corners of the world is at its highest levels since the Famine, according to [...]

January 12 edition of the Irish World

In this week's Irish World the Ministry of Defence to advise its Irish personnel on the threat from dissident groups, Belfast protestors have Dublin in their sights and Warwickshire GAA mourns the passing of Dr. John [...]

the Irish World January 5 edition

Irish minister says give emigrants the vote and the Big Issue founder John Bird on his Irish parents and poverty and his new manifesto [...]

Broken Lance: The Irish Connection

  Not a fan with a typewriter: David Walsh   It was billed as the greatest conspiracy in professional sports and led to the fall from grace of cycling's greatest hero. Sean Moriarty met the Irish [...]

Heineken Cup Rugby

Champions Leinster are facing up to the indignity of surrendering their Heineken Cup crown without making it out of the pool, after events in Dublin on Saturday. [...]

Fall Girl

“Well luckily I’m the only woman that doesn’t die,” Valene Kane says of her role in The Fall. [...]

Rip-ping It Up

“It’s been a good year,” says Charlene McKenna [...]

Love It or Hate It

The gritty Irish gang series Love/Hate has proved to be RTE’s most successful home grown drama of all time [...]

Independent Day

Success for the Irish at the Sunday’s Moet British Independent Film Awards in London [...]

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