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Mother-of-two seeks Irish stem cell donors

Mother-of-two Nikki Braterman needs a perfect match most likely found in people of the same ethnic background as her to get a vital bone marrow transplant [...]

Archaeologist who traced remains of Disappeared dies aged 49

John McIlwaine, a forensic archaeologist who helped bring closure to the distraught families of the Disappeared, died suddenly this week aged 49. [...]

Diabetes care in Ireland worst in western Europe

The UK came fourth in the list, but Ireland's, who came 20th, standard of care to diabetes sufferers falls way short of the standard set by western Europe [...]

London Irish Centre chief reflects on 60 years of memories

David Barlow reflects on the rich history, current challenges and potential for the Charity’s future, as it celebrates 60 years serving the Irish Community [...]

WATCH: Giles and Dunphy can boogie for chocolate

The football pundits share a dance in a new Cadbury's chocolate advert [...]

Police search for man who went missing week after Alice Gross

The Ealing builder went missing a week after the teenager went missing and police are keen to speak with anyone who knows his whereabouts [...]

In the September 20 Irish World

Tributes are paid to Ian Paisley as the former unionist leader is laid to rest this week after dying at the age of 88. A committee is set up to honour the role of Liverpool’s Irish [...]

Sinn Fein broadcasting ban lifted twenty years ago today

The ban on using voices of the party and ten paramilitary groups had been implemented under Margaret Thatcher's rule of the UK six years previously [...]

Ian Paisley tributes from Higgins, Kenny and Flanagan

Ireland's President, Taoiseach and Minister for the Foreign Affairs and Trade have lead the tributes to the former leader of the DUP [...]

Ian Paisley has died

It was today announced that the former leader of the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) has died aged 88 [...]

Liverpool Easter 1916 Commemoration Committee launched

The committee has been set up to remember the city's little known involvement in the rebellion ahead of its 100th year anniversary [...]

Console calls for private Irish suicide inquests

At their World Suicide Prevention Day at Croke Park yesterday, the suicide prevention charity said that changes must be made to limit trauma to families [...]

Continued appeals as concerns grow for Alice Gross

The teenager went missing a fortnight ago today, and police are searching for anyone that might have found her rucksack before they inspected it [...]

Ryanair takes delivery of its first of 180 new Boeing aircrafts

Ryanair hope to increase their fleet to 520 aircraft by 2024, which will create 3,000 new jobs and increase customers by 82 million to 150 million [...]

In the September 13 Irish World

On a recent visit to Ruislip, Ireland’s Foreign Minister Charlie Flanagan says he wants to keep £5.4m funding for UK groups at its current level. London councils say they are after rogue landlords. Brian O’Driscoll is [...]

Music website mistakes Dublin as UK city

www.bandsintown.com lists popular music acts as performing in Dublin, United Kingdom [...]

Medway Council search for relatives of deceased Galway man

Sean Parker died in July, but there are no known direct relatives or friends known in the area [...]

Man of the match, 65, shows how to play GAA

Leicester football player Greg Lynch showed younger players how its done in the Cuimhne Cup [...]

Rose of Tralee hits back at ‘uninformed opinion writers’

The event's Executive Chairman said that they were 'sensitive to boorish nonsense from uninformed opinion writers' that claim the Rose is stuck in the 1950s [...]

Israel’s block on Sinn Féin MEPs into Gaza ‘beyond irony’

Martina Anderson, one of three Sinn Fein MEPs part of the visit to Palestine, condemned the the Israeli government's decision to refuse them entry [...]

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