the Irish World March 16

Irish World March 16

 

Prime Minister David Cameron and Taoiseach Enda Kenny say relations between the two country are at an historic high

AS Enda Kenny says that Britain really does need to stay in the EU…and Ireland and the rest of Europe need the UK

GAA vice president Martin Skelly – ahead of next week’s GAA Congress – says that should he run for President and be elected he would like to see more done to develop UK gaelic games

Liverpool’s historic, 200-year old Irish club which was closed down in 1997 might yet be restored and reopened

Travel website finds Dublin hotels have ramped prices up by nearly 175 per cent for this St. Patrick’s week-end

Sean Moriarty talks to the East End pensioners who have banded together and got a new lease of life

The Irish Cultural Centre in Hammersmith closes its doors as work get underway on a new premises

David Hennessy on the truth about St. Patrick

Lucia Butler talks to Sandy Kelly about singing Patsy Cline and performing with some of Country & Western’s greatest acts

Learn to play the tin whistle with Trad music columnist Helen Mullen

Internationally-renowned singer Jewel talks to the Irish World about some of the lows and highs of her career

See our eight page pull-out on St. Patrick’s Day festivities around London and the UK

John Doyle and Simon Clifford continue their guide to the horses, jockeys and trainers to watch in Cheltenham

Pat Rice on his journey from Arsenal’s Highbury to Emirates to Buckingham Palace

London’s double delight as hurlers and footballers defeat Down and Waterford

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