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Irish public service jobs open for 250 graduates

The Irish government has announced 250 graduate roles are to be filled over the next two years to encourage young people to stay in the country [...]

Daniel O’Connell heritage plaque unveiled in London

Ireland's 'Nelson Mandela' honoured with English heritage plaque at site of his former Mayfair home [...]

Bishops reject wider acceptance of gay people

Gay rights groups are disappointed conservative bishops rejected Pope Francis’ proposals for wider acceptance of gay people [...]

In this week’s Irish World

All the content in this week's Irish World - out Wednesday October 22 [...]

What’s with all the elephants in Dublin?

Dublin Zoo are hosting an extravaganza in the city this weekend as part of celebrations for Month of the Elephant [...]

New online archive of Irishmen’s WW1 experiences

Dublin woman Monica Roberts set up a group with her friends to send gifts to Irish servicemen in the Great War and kept all of the responses [...]

Happy deal – McDonalds drive-thru at Dublin airport

The fast food chain have invested €2 million into the new 24 hour restaurant, which opened yesterday, and will provide an extra 60 jobs [...]

Emigrant Support funding for Irish in UK at £5.1m

Minister for the Diaspora Jimmy Deenihan announced the funding for 2014 at the Irish Embassy in London today [...]

Retro games commemorated in new Irish stamps

An Post have released the 68c designs which feature Sonic the Hedgehog, Super Mario, Space Invaders and Pac Man [...]

UK DFID’s ‘Aid Match’ for Concern hunger appeal

The UK government will match any public donations pound for pound when you help Concern's Hunger Stops Here Appeal [...]

RTE defer longwave radio shutdown

They are deferring the closure of its longwave radio broadcast due to 'overwhelming' negative response in the UK and are to appoint a London correspondent [...]

In this week’s Irish World

This week's paper is out now [...]

Leeds Irish afternoon tea celebrations

Leeds Irish Health and Homes marked International Day of Older People in celebratory fashion this month as they held an afternoon tea dance at Queen’s Hall. [...]

Facebook addiction service launched in Dublin’s ‘south-side’

The D4 Clinic in Blackrock normally specialise in services helping people to stop smoking or lose weight [...]

Irish bride with incurable cancer marries love of her life

"If there was a cure tomorrow we’d still be married 60 years from now - that’s why we did it." [...]

Tony O’Reilly estate up for sale for over €30 million

The Dublin businessman's 750-acre Castlemartin Stud Farm property is being sold to meet his debts to AIB [...]

Pair jailed for Irishman’s murder

Fiona Nalty and James Green savagely beat Michael Hunt before dumping his naked body in a London skip [...]

Missing Neasden teen is ‘safe’

After confirmed sightings of 19-year-old Daniel O'Connell around London, police confirm they are satisfied he is safe and are no longer searching for him [...]

Pat Falvey’s ‘My Private Everest’ on Irish TV

The three part series on one of Ireland's most celebrated and controversial adventurers starts next Thursday [...]

Sentencing delayed for McDonagh crime family

Sentencing has been delayed for six members of the same family who have been tried and found guilty of the theft of large numbers of catalytic converters. [...]

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