In the October 5 Irish World

The new stadium at Ruislip will become a reality with GAA President Liam O’Neill coming to

London to say Croke Park will commit to the £4 million + redevelopment as a “debt of honour”.

The changing face of the Irish is documented in a new set of stamps issued by An Post.

Tributes are paid to Patsy Byrne of Byrne Brothers following his sudden death at the week-end.

Votes for Irish citizens living overseas comes a step closer to becoming a reality at the week-end with

overwhelming support at a Constitutional Convention meeting in Dublin.

Welsh comedian of Irish descent Chris Corcoran tells us how his fellow Celts’ readiness to form a committee for just about anything inspired a new show.

Irish party planner Steve Duggan talks about planning extraordinary events for A Listers.

IN SPORT…

Clare make sure of historic All-Ireland victory in a classic final with Cork on Saturday.

Paul Coggins is close to being confirmed as London football boss for a fourth year.

Our unrivalled local GAA coverage recounts how Heston Gaels and St Anthonys both landed silverware at the week-end. 

Dan Martin chats about his Tour de France success and looks ahead to World Road Championships in Florence.

 

 

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