In the October 4 Irish World

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Police appeal for information about how Kingdom Kerry Gaels’ Padraig O’Dea died in an accident at the weekend.

Taoiseach Enda Kenny is in London this week hoping to persuade Irish emigrants to contribute to his party’s funds ahead of the next election.

Fr Jerry Kivlehan, who ran the London Irish Centre for years, responds to the recent 60th anniversary addresss of CEO David Barlow, saying the lack of acknowledgement of the centre’s history was insensitive and disgraceful.

Injustice campaigner Eileen Callaghan, the wife of Hugh Callaghan of The Birmingham Six, dies at the age of 90.

FAI Chief Executive John Delaney and Ambasssador Dan Mulhall join the Republic of Ireland Soccer Supporters Club for their 30th anniversary celebration at The Crown.

Lead singer with The Coronas Danny O’Reilly talks about his band’s new album and his football with North London Shamrocks.

Mark Chadwick talks about 25 years with The Levellers.

Actress Michelle Doherty and director Kevin de la Isla O’Neill talk about independent film, The Hit Producer.

IN SPORT…

Kilkenny Power to their 35th All-Ireland, an historic tenth for Henry Shefflin and manager Brian Cody.

We chat to Republic of Ireland international Shane Duffy about his move from Everton to Blackburn Rovers.  

 

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