In the April 27 Irish World

The Irish World April 27

Willesden-born Irish businessman John Griffin – the man behind London minicab giant Addison Lee – on his business plans after selling the company for £300 million

Kerry coroner slams Irish government inaction over suicide “epidemic”

Scotland picks its first Rose of Tralee hopeful

Much-loved London GAA photographer’s cameras and lenses stolen from his car during a game at Tir Chonaill Park in Greenford

Waterford man on 200 mile Manchester-to-London canal-side trek to thank hospital which treated his daughter

The UK-based Irish – or Irish owners of UK businesses – who are in the Sunday Times Rich List

Sean Moriarty was at the London marathon to see off – and meet at the finish line – several Irish runners doing their bit for charity

Win tickets to go to the top of London’s tallest skyscraper, The Shard, in our Construction special 

US Country and Western’s brightest new talent Kacey Musgraves talks about the controversy surrounding her lyrics about contemporary issues

The Irish director of the young Morse spin-off, Endeavour, talks to the Irish World about how he was inspired to follow the example of Christoper Nolan’s re-imagining of Batman

Popular singer Mary O’Connor, who used to perform with Larry Cunningham, makes a welcome return to the UK

TV presenter, journalist and now novelist Dawn O’Porter (aka Mr. Chris O’Dowd) talks to the Irish World about her book Paper Aeroplanes

Star of hit gangster series Boardwalk Empire Stephen Graham talks to David Hennessy

Wexford unveils its line-up to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the 1963 visit by President John F Kennedy to his ancestral homeland

The Irish World photographers OUT & ABOUT at an event near you..




Dan Martin becomes the second Irishman to win cycling’s oldest classic, the Liege-Bastogne-Liege…24 years after Sean Kelly became the first

As the Punchestown race festival gets under way leading trainer Jessica Harrington talks to our racing columnist Simon Clifford

Damian Dolan on Munster’s Heineken Cup prospects  and the challenge facing Leinster in the Amlin

All the Club Notices from the official media partner of London GAA

The new GAA club in Bournemouth, St. Jude’s, that was formed out of frustration and the best round-up of UK GAA




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