In the November 16 Irish World


TIME TO BE HEARD: Pope Francis has ordered the Church’s Bishops to seek out the views of ordinary Catholic men and women in the 21st century

DELANEY’S DELIGHT: Football Association of Ireland (FAI) boss John Delaney talks to the Irish World about overcoming his differences with Roy Keane to secure his dream management team led by Martin O’Neill

CHRIS O’DOWD: the Irish World’s David Hennessy caught up with Roscommon’s finest at the Hardy Bucks premiere to discuss comedy, Lance Armstrong and a whole lot more..

RECLAIM THE RED: a photographic exhibition in London aims to overturn years of prejudice against ginger-haired males and show them in their true masculine beauty (so to speak)

UNFAIR: the London Oratory school intends to challenge an official ruling that it’s admissions policy is unfair and confusing

UNTRUE’: the order of nuns portrayed in the film Philomena have hit back at the film-makers use of fiction  and dramatic license

MISSING: the Portlaoise family of a missing West London man have appealed to the pubic for help in finding him

CHRISTMAS BOX: some of the UK-based Magdalene survivors are set to get a tax free payment

PRESSURE: SF President is under increasing public and political pressure over his stance on the Disappeared

DEATH: long-serving constitutional nationalist MP, Eddie McGrady of the SDLP, who stepped down in 2010 after 50 years in politics has died aged 78. The President of Ireland Michael D Higgins led tributes

ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY: Justin Welby says give love, not expensive presents this Christmas and avoid debt

CUT PRICE ART TREASURES: Ireland’s National Asset Management Agency tries again to sell Irish paintings that once belonged to property developer Derek Quinlan – for a fraction of what they cost

PHILIPPINES DISASTER: Irish aid agency GOAL is rushing to get aid to the hundreds thousands who have been displaced

IRELAND’S RECOVERY: the Irish International Business Network (IIBN) global conference in London attracts some of the most successful business people – and plenty of those who want to be like them

FERRIES: Irish Ferries has chartered an extra vessel in time for Christmas, increasing passenger capacity by 2,000 a day

LANDMARK: the 450-year old Royal Exchange in the City of London is expected to be sold by its Irish owners – Irish Bank Resolution Corporation (formerly Anglo) this week

S CLUB 7 : as fans await a comeback of the band, Tina Barrett tells us she has never really been away

MARY COUGHLAN: on turning 60, being a grandmother…and her new album

IRISH DANCING: Wolverhampton Feis – in Coventry – bodes well for the forthcoming World championships

FUNKY TRAD: Darvra’s Wave tell David Hennessy that they want to fuse trad with influences like the original Moving Hearts 

FISHERMAN’S FRIEND: it’s been 25 years since the Waterboys released Fisherman’s Blues, he talks to the Irish World about the years since then and the definitive, remastered, re-release

And in sport…




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