In the November 17 Irish World

November 17 Irish World

 

 

 

 

Ireland's Taoiseach, Tanaiste, and President seek to put an end to the taboo surrounding Poppy Day; Irish International Business Network's first major London conference hears how to use being Irish as the business person's secret weapon or best asset and hears from superagent Ricky Simms how the GAA may have to consider following the likes of Usain Bolt and Mo Farah into the realms of professional sports as talents like Donegal football manager Jim McGuinness are sought by professional clubs like Celtic; tributes and condlences are paid following the untimely death of young Garryowen footbaler Declan Gilmartin; Hammersmith's Irish Cultural Centre's Catherina Casey takes issue with Gabriel Byrne over his remarks about the Gathering but wanrs against missing an opportunity to gainfully exploit Ireland's best calling card – its arts and culture.

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