In the August 10 Irish World

Irish World 10 August 2013
the Irish World 10 August 2013

Recruitment agencies grappling with a so-called brain drain in Ireland are looking to recruit Irish emigrants in Australia and the UK…to come back to IT and financial services jobs in Ireland.

The new Dr Who, actor, Glaswegian actor, writer and director Peter Capaldi, has family roots in Ireland as well as Italy. His mum was from Cavan…

Stars of Channel 4’s new period drama The Mill talk to the Irish World

There’s still a chance to win hotel accommodation for 20, and catering for 30, for your own Gathering in Dublin

Gerry Adams says today’s Republic of Ireland is a mockery of the dreams of the 1916 leaders, his protege – Ireland’s youngest parliamentarian Senator Kathryn Reilly and one of Sinn Fein’s new generation – says why she and her party think a new Republic is both necessary and possible

Ireland says farewell to the irreplaceable Colm Murray. Tributes and a report of his funeral in Dublin

Shelagh O’Connor, director of New Horizons, the King’s Cross-based charity for young adults in trouble, is the first woman to be honoured the London’s Kerry Association

Tornadoes fail to halt Ladies’ Day at the Galway Races, pictures of the winning outfits

Irish government changes the law to give the green light to banks on home repossessions

Matt Cardle talks about life after winning the X Factor, snogging with the Spice Girls and his third album

Self-styled Godfather of 1970s Northern Irish punk Terri Hooley talks to  Shelley Marsden

Jan Ennis on the best fashion bargains

Helen Mullen on traditional music

John Egan with the latest in Irish dancing

Clannad end 15 year wait for new album

Irish Australian actor Callan McAuliffe talks about filming sci-fi in Belfast and learning about acting from Leonardo di Caprio “by osmosis”

Ryanair’s Michael O’Leary was to keep raising hold luggage prices until it’s a rarity and compares his airline’s treatment by UK competition authorities…to the Birmingham Six

Irish World photographers Out&About at a community or family event near you

David Hennessy – a lifelong Millwall fan – talks to team manager Steve Lomas

Cavan stand in the way of London ladies footballers – again

Fulham too strong for Kingdom Kerry Gaels

Lancashire versus Cork football preview

Hurling superstar DJ Carey is visiting London next weekend 

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