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April 20, 2013

'We pray to the risen Jesus': U2's Bono reveals he worships with his family on a giant bed: Daily Mail

Colin Farrell 'moved' by Ger McDonnell's K2 film: Limerick Leader

Pupils starstruck as Michael Fassbender pops in to his old school: Irish Independent

Michael Flatley hails 'Olympics' of Irish dancing as it opens in London: Irish Independent

Think you look Irish? Canada-UK co-production needs extras of all ages for film set in 1950s: Montreal Gazette

The Temporary Gentleman by Sebastian Barry review – the upheaval of war: The Guardian

Cult of Myles gathers to honour unholy trinity: The Irish Times

Michelle Obama's trip to Ireland cost taxpayers over $7.9 million: Daily Caller

Irish Boxty Potatoes: NBC Connecticut

Irish fashion makes the cut at start of President's state visit: The Irish Times

Jim Flaherty's life and legacy: 1949-2014: CBC

Terence Corcoran – A fitting tribute to Jim Flaherty: National Post

Irish Open to be staged in Northern Ireland twice over next three years: Irish Mirror

TCD backs rebranding as 'Trinity College, the University of Dublin': The Irish Times

Many Cars Are Green, but Only a Few Can Be Called Irish: New York Times

April 13, 2013

U2's Joshua Tree to be preserved in US: RTE

Gelzinis – Ronan Tynan's voice offers solace: Boston Herald

Chris O'Dowd interview – 'Fame hasn't changed me. But it's changed everybody around me': Daily Telegraph

'Game of Thrones' writers met as students in Trinity: Irish Independent

Seamus Heaney: Four days of celebration to explore the rich legacy of Northern Ireland's greatest wordsmith: Belfast Telegraph

King of New York: Brendan Behan's American fame: The Irish Times

Jim Flaherty's values were forged by blue-collar roots, a big Irish family and heartbreaking adversity: Toronto Globe and Mail

Is this the best singing priest ever?: The Guardian

Aloha! Brian Boru painting is home from Hawaii: Sunday Independent

'After 50 years in Britain, I thought I'd never see this day' – view from Windsor: Irish Post

Higgins pays tribute to 'vital role' of Irish emigrants: Irish Independent

Caring for a nation: recognising the contribution of Irish NHS workers: The Irish Times

Titanic memorial garden to open in Cobh: Irish Examiner

A Patch of Ireland in The Bronx: NY City Lens

Tá language barrier agam: Irish Examiner

March 31, 2013

Liam Neeson quits drinking: Daily Express

Fifty Shades of Jamie Dornan: exclusive interview: Daily Telegraph

Game of Thrones real coup for Northern Ireland's image and economy: Belfast Telegraph (Editorial)

The Pogues to perform in UK forest this summer: Irish Post

  • The mystery of Sebastian Barry's grandfather: The Irish Times
  • The Temporary Gentleman by Sebastian Barry, review: Daily Telegraph
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    'Forget Gay Byrne, Edna brought sex to nation': Irish Independent

    Binchy has one last surprise for fans as new stories on way: Irish Independent
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    Is nothing sacred? Trinity scraps Bible from its crest: The Irish Times

    Mayo dusts down collection of art on Famine: The Irish Times

    Book Review: 'Secret Dublin: An Unusual Guide by Pól Ó Conghaile – Jonglez Publishing': Seattle Post-Intelligencer
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    Nelson Mandela remembered in Dublin where South Africa's Bill of Rights was written 20 years ago: Irish Independent

    Pluck of the Irish – TV shows Belfast survival fight: Jewish Chronicle

    Belfast should take pride in its Jewish community: Belfast Telegraph

    Fiona Finn – An Ordinary Housewife with an Extraordinary Story: Fort Myers Island Sandpaper

    The Orchard Acquires BalconyTV: Billboard

    March 28, 2013

    U2's Bono Asked the Question 'Who is Jesus?' His Answer May Surprise You: Christian Post

    Sinead O'Connor reveals life-saving operations: Sunday World

    From hellraiser to Hollywood quiet man for Colin Farrell: Irish Examiner

    Pierce Brosnan thanks Irish genes for his age-resistant looks: Irish Examiner

    Hunger: A mood piece with impressive historical balance:

    Binchy has one last surprise for fans as new stories on way: Irish Independent

    J.P. Donleavy is Still Standing: New York Times

    Clock extends a warm, Gaelic welcome to those visiting Albany: Troy Record

    Storms reveal 7,500-year-old 'drowned forest' on north Galway coastline: The Irish Times

    Galas, You're the Devil – NYU Ireland House Toasts Pete Hamill, Michael O'Keefe: New York Observer

    Pirates ahoy! 17th century smuggling complex is discovered on Irish coast – and there could be TREASURE nearby: Daily Mail

    Let's go back to our roots and unearth our love for spuds: Evening Herald

    The Lynch mob: The Irish Times

    Intel's $5 billion boost for Leixlip: Leinster Leader

    Eddie Haughey killed in helicopter crash: The Irish Times

    March 24, 2013

    Liam Neeson and Pierce Brosnan to star in Belfast-shot Christmas movie: Irish Mirror

    What are U2 looking for in new album?: The Irish Times

    Dublin-born duo Hudson Taylor are taking the folk pop world by storm and giving Mumford & Sons a run for their money: Daily Mail

    Forty years in the business... but Clannad's Moya Brennan is busier than ever: Irish Independent

    Book review – Maeve's Times by Maeve Binchy: Burnley Express

    Sebastian Barry interview: Daily Telegraph

    A Maeve Brennan Revival?: The New Yorker

    Amazon US nominates Tyrone border thriller as most exciting read of the week: Tyrone Times

    Irish Roots –'s impending monopoly: The Irish Times

    Settling old scores – An Irishman's Diary about two musical revivals: The Irish Times

    Beyond Guinness – Irish software companies pour into Silicon Valley: San Jose Mercury News

    Regan: Power of the green is not about the Irish: Lexington Courier-Journal

    Steve Coronella – St. Patrick's Day lessons exported here from Old Ireland: Providence Journal

    John Gilligan: Dublin gangster who became too famous for his own good: The Independent

    Exercise like the Irish: CNN

    March 17, 2013

    U2 feared to be splitting, but 'Bono doesn't want to go out with a whimper': Daily Star

    St. Patrick's Day is a reminder of the deep musical influence of the Irish: New York Daily News

    Katie Taylor – boxing gold medallist and Irish beacon of hope: National Post

    A time to celebrate Irishness: Irish Examiner (by Michael Flatley)

    The mad, saintly and very funny Irish: Toronto Globe and Mail

    The saddest Irish song of all: Ottawa Sun

    Why I Don't Celebrate St. Patrick's Day: Huffington Post

    Singing Obama hails "incredible" US-Irish relations: Irish Independent

    Green beer celebrates a century: Philadelphia Daily News

    Why Guinness is less Irish than you think: The Economist

    Return of the king – Irish whiskey on the rise, aiming to rise above bar-shot status: Dallas Morning News

    Tourist trail links up with historic sites: Evening Herald

    Mystery of Blarney Stone's heritage finally solved:

    Dispelling memories of a bygone Ireland: Boston Globe

    Backers sought for €26m National Diaspora Centre: Irish Examiner

    March 14, 2013

    Why did Bono get so much flak?: The Irish Times

    The rejection letter sent to U2:

    Bono is the best of what we are, says Harry Crosbie: Sunday Independent

    Black 47 bids farewell in Yonkers this weekend: Westchester Journal News

    'Last Call' for Celtic rock's Black 47: Philadelphia Inquirer

    Liam Neeson turned down James Bond role to marry Natasha Richardson: Irish Independent

    Liam Neeson's distinctive tones in new tourism ad to promote Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph

    Irish-language film 'honoured' by Tribeca nod: Irish Independent

    When Seamus met Billy: Belfast Telegraph

    Luck of the Irish – Cincinnati's Irish Heritage Center promotes a celebration of culture beyond Saint Patrick's Day:

    Darina Allen feeds the renaissance in Irish cuisine: Boston Globe

    Spirits: Irish whiskey is going 'through the roof': Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

    Clock extends a warm, Gaelic welcome to those visiting Albany: Troy Record

    Brian O'Driscoll: Ireland's Rugby Ironman: New York Times

    See it – Gigantic storm off Ireland's southern coast captured on ship's cabin camera: New York Daily News, February 26, 2014

    March 13, 2013

    Bedazzzling Bono: The Irish Times

    U2 take walk down 'Sing Street' with 'Once' director: Irish Independent

    Myles Kennedy: The hardest working man in hard rock: The Irish Times

    Luke Kelly – A force of nature on stage: Irish Examiner

    Wave of interest in 'Game of Thrones' film site – Ballintoy Harbour: Ballymoney Times

    Irish novelist Colum McCann a fan of Rooneys: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

    Gabriel Byrne says Government 'paying lip-service' to arts: The Irish Times

    'I'm the Russian Jew and I have to pretend I'm Irish' – Debra Messing on new role with Love/Hate star: Irish Independent

    Philomena Lee forgives nuns but never forgets her son: The Irish Times

    It's Time For Boston To Honor Its First Irish Superstar:

    12 Ways To Add Irish Flair To Your Wedding: Huffington Post

    Orange at first, green spreading from the west later: The Irish Times

    Why man who sells Ireland turns rivals green with envy: Irish Independent

    Caribbean and Irish pupils speak as Gaeilge over Skype: Irish Examiner

    How Irish Tech Entrepreneurs Are Rebooting Ireland's Economy: Forbes

    March 11, 2013

    U2 say new album out later this year: Irish Examiner

    Bono lays down challenge to world business leaders: The Irish Times, January 24, 2014

    Bono slams amoral capitalism at World Economic Forum in Davos: Irish Voice/, January 25, 2014

    Script star Glen realises their next album must be great so they can get another record deal: Irish Mirror, November 29, 2013

    Sinead O'Connor joined by daughter Roisin in stunning performance: Irish Mirror

    Teacher 'humbled' by Snow Patrol tribute: Belfast Telegraph

    Chris O'Dowd, the Irish actor best known for his role as Roy in the IT Crowd, talks love family and nicknames: Daily Mail, January 26, 2014

    Chris O'Dowd refuses to let HBO's bad news dampen his spirits: Irish Independent, January 28, 2014

    Irish actor Jamie Dornan embraces Christian Grey for Fifty Shades role: Irish Independent, January 28, 2014

    Irish author Emma Donoghue's 'Room' to be made into movie: Irish Independent, September 5, 2013

    'The Guts,' by Roddy Doyle, a sequel to "The Commitments": Washington Post

    John Banville: 'The sentence is what makes us human': Brown Daily Herald

    Rory McIlroy welcomes news as Royal Portrush named as possible venue for US PGA Championship: Belfast Telegraph, November 15, 2013

    New distillery to be first in Dublin for 125 years: Irish Examiner

    Dining in Dublin, From Boxty to Blaa: New York Times

    Eye-Openers – 'A tradition transferred from the shores of Ireland remade into a wholly American ritual':, January 28, 2014

    March 6, 2013

    U2 wants to avoid the 'esoteric' on new album, win an Oscar: Los Angeles Times, February 24, 2014

    U2 say 'no' to Croker and opt for 'more intimate' venue: Irish Independent

    £13m worth of Brooks tickets sold in 90 minutes: Irish News

    Liam Neeson: 'It's nice to beat up people in movies': Daily Telegraph

    Neeson recalls flight nightmare: Belfast Telegraph

    Chris O'Dowd – From Bridesmaids to Broadway: The Independent

    Gleeson dedicates film role to Ireland's 'good' priests: The Irish Times

    'Jaws' star Dreyfuss jets into capital for festival screening of new movie: Irish Independent

    Not just St. Patrick: Ireland home to many saints:

    Trump talks exclusively to The Clare People about Doonbeg purchase: Clare People

    Brian Cox – 'The Irish have been so subjugated': The Irish Times

    Two Deluxe Irish Whiskies Arrive In US:

    The City's Oldest Irish Pub Celebrates its 160th Year:

    Ireland, Wild Atlantic Way: A road full of adventure: Toronto Star

    Ireland to cash in on global agriculture demand: The Scotsman

    February 26, 2013

    U2's Larry makes his return to the big screen: Evening Herald

    U2's Adam Clayton settles negligence claim against bank and accountants: Irish Independent

    Bruce Springsteen – Armagh man pipes himself into rock history with the Boss: BBC

    Liam Neeson opens up about wife Natasha Richardson's death:

    Farrell – Julie film was 'ruining': Sunday Independent

    Inishmore: Rustic island another world off Ireland's coast: Toronto Star

    US billionaire Donald Trump buys Irish golf resort: BBC

    Shamrock Crescent: Islam Is Ireland's Fastest Growing Religion: International Business Times

    Irish Roots – The Poor Law is still with us: The Irish Times

    Wogan's media firm hosts a surge in profits: Irish Examiner

    'Does anyone in your organisation have any experience of running an airline?': Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary takes questions on Twitter with predictable results: Daily Mail

    Cantillon – Why isn't Stripe based in Ireland?: The Irish Times

    Lottie – the regular gal keeping it real in the cut-throat global doll market: Irish Independent, December 15, 2013

    Irish Dance – Mit Lust und Leidenschaft: (in German)

    Billy Hawkes – The Irishman with a billion people's privacy to protect: The Independent

    February 24, 2013

    U2 Talks Oscars, New Manager and Where They're Headed – 'We Don't Want to Be a Heritage Act': Billboard

    U2 star Bono to write charity tribute to his late father: Sunday Independent

    Founding Chieftains member Sean Potts passes away aged 83: Irish Independent

    Irish tenor Count John McCormack remembered with special €10 coin: RTE

    Liam fumes over NYC horse ban plan: Irish Independent

    Woman behind 'Philomena' story steps into spotlight for two campaigns: Los Angeles Times

    How Nuala's last trip restored her enthusiasm for life: Irish Independent

    East Belfast veteran recalls story behind Clooney's Hollywood blockbuster: The News Letter

    WWE's The Sheamus Effect: Miami Herald

    Ambassador pleads – Let our immigrants work in USA: Philadelphia Inquirer

    Mosaic Man carves out a place in Big Apple's history: Irish Independent

    Future hots up for island knitwear firm as profits rise: Irish Examiner

    Beautiful Irish model almost lost career due to meningitis: New York Daily News

    Irish Roots – New York records tackled at last: The Irish Times

    How to bake the perfect soda bread: The Guardian

    February 7, 2013

    Big hearted U2 raise €1.5million for Aids charity by giving single away for free: Irish Mirror

    Bono – 'U2 are on the verge of irrelevance': RTE

    Roger Daltrey has pop at U2 for ignoring invite to play at charity concert: Daily Star

    Luke Kelly followed his own star: Evening Herald

    James Vincent McMorrow – 'I've nothing in common with Bon Iver beyond being a soul singer with a beard': Irish Post

    Colin Farrell admits romantic relationship with late Hollywood star Elizabeth Taylor: Irish Independent

    I never tell my wife Dawn about my kissing scenes admits Moone Boy star Chris O'Dowd: Irish Independent

    Michael Flatley chased mansion raiders in sports car: Irish Independent

    'For Seamus': New York Times

    'The Guts' by Roddy Doyle: Boston Globe

    Move over, Obama. Now Maryland's governor quotes from Colum McCann: The Irish Times

    The Galway pub with free beer for those who lend a hand:

    Irish Roots – If you're English-Irish, come into the parlour: The Irish Times

    Dingle hotel named best bargain hotel in the world by TripAdvisor: Sunday Independent

    Big-spending US tourists in €1bn splurge: Evening Herald

    January 27, 2013

    U2's best years still to come, insists Bono: Irish Independent

    One for the U2 watchers in the audience – Paul McGuinness on the band's career: The Irish Times

    Bank of America sponsors U2 ad at Superbowl: Sunday Independent

    The Rubberbandits are heirs to the Irish tradition of great, unsettling satire: Daily Telegraph

    O'Dowd's doubts over Calvary film: Irish Independent

    Will Ferrell Proud of Irish Roots: Las Vegas Guardian Express

    Gleeson's Guard becomes the musician for national tour: Irish Independent

    Fr Ted's undie store to join tourists' trail: Evening Herald

    Books – Impressive overview of Irish writer [Colm Tóibín]: Irish Independent

    1916 Rising exhibition and visitor centre for GPO: The Irish Times

    With its stained glass windows and tiles, it is a jewel in our tourism crown: Belfast Telegraph

    Diaspora Olympians come into the cold for Ireland at Sochi: The Irish Times

    Insight – Revenge of the Irish as mega-merger restores air finance crown: Reuters

    Southwest Kerry to receive rare 'dark sky reserve' status: The Irish Times

    Titanic iceberg simulator in Chinese theme park 'in bad taste': BBC

    January 26, 2013

    U2 to give away song to help fight Aids: Irish Examiner

    Garth Brooks 'Comeback Special' set for July in Dublin, Ireland: Los Angeles Times

    Ireland and Garth Brooks – a love story: The Irish Times

    Chris O'Dowd – from TV nerd to unlikely heartthrob… to Broadway leading man: The Observer

    I'm not such a blow-in now, says 'Corkman' Jeremy: Irish Independent

    I pretended dad was a doctor – Bono's girl: Evening Herald

    The Quiet Man – On the Heels of Nebraska, a Sensitive Will Forte Proves His Worth Yet Again: New York Observer

    History of troubled land: St Marys-Mt Druitt Star
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    Irish Roots – Flyleaf Press and their tiny little sources: The Irish Times

    'Irish pixie' adds some stardust to NY catwalks: Irish Independent

    Limerick brothers have no plans to cash in on billion euro firm: Limerick Post

    Stripe's Collison brothers – Who are they?: Irish Independent

    A new pal for US multinationals in Ireland [PayPal]: The Irish Times

    In the footsteps of Father Ted – Gourmet taste of Ireland in the real Craggy Island: Sunday Express

    Nights of drama in Brussels as Sarkozy confronted Irish: The Irish Times

    January 22, 2013

    Billboard's 2014 Industry Icon – Paul McGuinness on 35 Years Guiding 'The Biggest Band in the World' (Q&A): Billboard

    The Irish are coming – U2 and Fassbender lead Oscar charge: Irish Independent

    Cranberries star Dolores is happy to forego stardom: Irish Examiner

    What Ireland has to offer is 'gold dust', Jeremy Irons tells Cork People of the Year event: The Irish Times

    Bono's girl takes to the snowy streets of New York for new role: Irish Independent

    The dream team – Roddy Doyle to ghostwrite Roy Keane's memoirs: Irish Independent

    Emerging U.S. international Shane O'Neill still has a choice, also eligible to play for Ireland:

    Taking a fresh look at Titanic's sunken sister: The News Letter

    Donegal tweed, centuries old craft, is suddenly the height of fashion: Irish Voice/

    Mother's pride as Mayor Marty is sworn in: Galway Advertiser

    From O'Brien to Walsh – 'A Long Green Line': Boston Irish Reporter

    The Irish Rapunzel-style castle selling for less than a million: Irish Independent

    Bloomberg angered Irish with drunk comments while in office: Irish Voice/

    Why You're Drinking Irish Whiskey All of a Sudden: Esquire

    Demolished, the brand new housing estate that's NEVER been lived in – Bulldozers move in to knock down the last of Ireland's 'ghost' estates that were built during Celtic Tiger economic boom: Daily Mail

    January 14, 2013

    U2 Plays Surprise Gig for Haiti Benefit: Time

    U2 scoop Golden Globe Award for best original song: The Irish Times

    There are a lot of reasons U2 the best band of all time: Burlington County Times

    Searching for Philomena's Real Son – Behind 'Philomena,' the True Story of Michael Hess: New York Times

    Fassbender showed early flair for drama: Irish Examiner

    Happy new year as Disney's 'Snow White' to feature Irish priest's song: Irish Independent

    Stage Views – Larry Kirwan, Creator of New Musicals Hard Times and Transport: Playbill

    Turns Out His Blood Runs Green – John Patrick Shanley on His Irishness and 'Outside Mullingar': New York Times folklore site allows local Irish history to go global: The Irish Times

    Hoping for the luck of the Irish on a 59km race around County Kerry's best bits: Daily Mail

    O'Leary reveals Ryanair-Google plan to 'change how we buy tickets forever': Sunday Independent

    Irish Roots Townlands are a puzzle and a joy. We shouldn't throw them away: The Irish Times

    Bloomberg angered Irish with drunk comments while in office: Irish Voice/

    Ireland's upswing could benefit W.Pa. companies: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

    Ohio brewer headed to Ireland to launch new craft brewery:

    January 7, 2013

    U2 returning to Island home: Sunday Independent, December 29, 2013

    U2 speak of long history with Mandela: RTE

    Bono set for beautiful payday as 'Forbes' goes on market: Irish Examiner

    Irish star Mary Black embarking on final world tour: Daily Express

    Peter O'Toole – actor, Irishman of distinction, antique lover: Palm Beach Daily News

    Cruise 'open' to acting as Irish film ambassador: Irish Examiner

    Roma derived strength from her parents to conquer US television: Londonderry Sentinel

    Neil Jordan – the day I saw the generous side of Seamus Heaney: The Irish Times

    Defaced first edition of 'Ulysses' valued at €13,500: The Irish Times

    Caroline Wozniacki and Rory McIlroy announce engagement: The Guardian

    O'Connell Tower set to get new stairwell: Evening Herald

    Why NYC cheers Notre Dame's Fighting Irish: New York Post

    In Belfast, Northern Ireland, this is a Santa of a different stripe: Los Angeles Times

    Irish Roots – Standing-room only if the diaspora all came back at once: The Irish Times

    Snowboarder Aimee Fuller on Belfast and the Northern Irish coast: The Guardian

    December 31, 2013

    Palm Springs to honour U2:

    Bono admits he's not a favourite with the bookies: Irish Independent

    Mullingar cashing in on Niall's 1D success: Evening Herald

    The Strypes aiming to end 2013 on a high: The Irish Times

    'Spider-Man' to Close on Broadway: New York Times, November 18, 2013

    Mrs Brown's Boys most watched Christmas programme: The Irish Times

    Bernard MacLaverty: 'The short story is not a pint at the bar - it's having a dram of an evening to yourself': The Guardian

    Don Noble - University of Alabama dramatists detail small Irish theater: Tuscaloosa News

    Cliff-side loo offers spectacular view: BBC

    Ireland named best place to visit by US tourists: Irish Examiner

    Outdated laws set for scrapheap: Irish Independent, December 25, 2013

    Hardships Linger for a Mending Ireland: New York Times

    Are we really reduced to shooting pigeons for food?: The Irish Times

    Inspired by the Belfast Telegraph, a bid to uncover the city's hidden river: Belfast Telegraph

    Former Boston police commissioner Kathy O'Toole embraces new career in tech sector: Boston Business Journal

    December 28, 2013

    The night Peter O'Toole, Richard Harris and Richard Burton were drinking in Wexford ...with Pecker Dunne playing the music: Wexford People

    O'Toole's ashes coming 'home': Evening Herald

    Peter O'Toole – One of us: Irish Examiner (Editorial)

    Bono and Glen Hansard go busking on Christmas Eve: Irish Mirror

    Morrison will play residency gigs in pub: Irish News

    Dolores O'Riordan – rock star and truth-seeker: Sunday Independent

    Roma Downey – Northern Ireland's golden girl: Belfast Telegraph

    'Moone Boy' drives turnaround in fortunes of Ardmore Studios: Irish Examiner

    A silent Irish past: Deccan Herald

    Exploring Ireland's Connemara, where mayor-elect's roots run deep: Boston Globe

    From Ronald Reagan to advertising for someone to spend Christmas with – lonely Irish pensioner James Gray tells his story: Irish Post

    Ireland's Lost Town -- Where Santa Claus Is Buried: Huffington Post

    Unemployed told to leave Ireland in desperate move to slash welfare costs: The Independent

    Ireland – A metaphor for market-blinkers:

    UCD to get €300m campus in China: The Irish Times

    December 15, 2013

    Bono Honors The Man Who Could Not Cry:

    Bono pays personal tribute to iconic leader and friend Nelson Mandela: Irish Mirror

    'Paul saved us from ourselves many times over' – U2 publicly thank former manager McGuinness: Irish Independent

    The Blades' flame is still burning bright: Irish Independent

    Saoirse Ronan 'fell in love' with first boyfriend during filming of new movie: Irish Independent

    What You Should Know About Sir Kenneth Branagh: Vanity Fair

    Nuns say critical scene in 'Philomena' was made up: The Irish Times

    Game of Thrones key to Northern Ireland tourism plan: BBC

    Our neglect of Belfast-born writer CS Lewis is a sad chapter: Belfast Telegraph

    Editor's choice – Sixteen Years Work by James Joyce [First published: Saturday, June 3rd, 1939]: The Irish Times

    How To Find American Civil War Veterans from Irish Counties – A Case Study of Mathew Dooley, Roscrea:

    Irish Roots – Why use FindMyPast?: The Irish Times

    NI-based Vietnam vet hails 'charismatic' JFK: The News Letter

    The Irish dimension of U.S. immigration reform: Dallas Morning News

    Ryan heiress wins New York deal to stock her new line of fragrance: Irish Independent

    December 8, 2013

    €3m loss for firm controlled by U2: Irish Examiner

    U2 donate to typhoon aid album: Sunday Independent

    The Waterboys go back to Irish roots – 'We were high on music': The Guardian

    The Script's Glen Power – 'I would have died only my dad insisted that I went to hospital': Irish Independent

    James Galway – 'The flute was like a computer game to me – always going to the next stage': The Irish Times

    Musician dies of his injuries after road accident: Irish Independent

    Gabriel Byrne – 'Corporations Are the New Dictators': Hollywood Reporter

    Anjelica Huston re-lives her youth in new memoir: Asbury Park Press

    Low-budget Irish show nominated for Emmy: Irish Examiner

    Belfast man who died the same day as JFK continues to fascinate 50 years on: The Irish Times

    Denis O'Brien, Ireland's version of Mexico's Carlos Slim, sells mobile to the masses: Washington Post

    'Toughest family on Earth' to be celebrated: Irish Examiner

    Fewer winter birds at Lough Neagh: UTV Internet

    Nobel economist Stiglitz: 'I'm astonished at Irish ability to suck up austerity pain': Irish Independent

    Hong Kong private eye Daniel Tsang 'abandoned' by Northern Irish police: South China Morning Post

    December 2, 2013

    Bono's BFF Guggi not surprised that Paul McGuinness is quitting U2: Irish Independent

    Bono's booze hamper for ex-addict: Evening Herald

    Bob Geldof on return of the Boomtown Rats and how their songs are still reflective of today's society: Scottish Daily Record

    Michael Fassbender – I long for the Kerry countryside: Irish Post

    Hollywood stars sign up for film of Barry novel to be shot here: Irish Independent

    'Irish Writers in America' – TV review: New York Daily News

    Dublin-born restaurateur's fine dining is fit for a US president: The Irish Times

    David Beckham: I love Ireland.. The people are so nice and I love Guinness: Irish Mirror

    Denis O'Brien, Ireland's version of Mexico's Carlos Slim, sells mobile to the masses: Washington Post

    Rory McIlroy describes Caroline Wozniacki as 'my girl': Daily Telegraph

    Boston mayor credits Irish aunts with his victory: The Irish Times

    Rich Americans Snap Up Irish Castles for Love and Discounts: New York Times

    Archaeologist priest sifted the truth from 'good yarns': Sydney Morning Herald

    If Ireland Is Not A Tax Haven, What Is It?:

    November 29, 2013

    Bono optimistic on Spider-Man show: Belfast Telegraph

    As McGuinness clears his desk, U2 will never be the same again: Irish Independent

    Just what is going on at U2 Inc?: The Irish Times

    The Script's secret recording sessions at Temple Bar studio: Evening Herald

    Fureys star will be The Hit in US with top record deal: Irish Independent

    Judi's emotional Irish journey: Irish News

    Nasty Nuns Can't Shake a Faith: New York Times

    Q and A with Irish Downton Abbey star Allen Leech: Daily Mail

    For Sister Maggie Hession, Rangers baseball was heaven on earth: Fort Worth Star Telegram

    Paul Costelloe speaks out on expanding waistlines: Sunday Independent

    The Big Interview – Born out of the Troubles and still going 25 years on: Liverpool Daily Post

    Waterford blaa awarded special status by EU: The Irish Times

    My favourite Irish food – Boxty: The Irish Times

    Boston dinner raises $2.3 million for Promising Ireland Campaign: The Patriot Ledger

    Brian Gallagher – An American with big ideas for the UK's voluntary sector: The Guardian

    November 22, 2013

    JFK assassination 50 years on – Irish personalities recall where they were when the president was shot: Irish Mirror

    Bono's best friend Dave Fanning lands exclusive: Irish Independent

    McGuinness helped U2 find everything they were looking for: The Irish Times

    All is quiet – U2 keep schtum following shock departure of manager: Sunday Independent

    Van Morrison receives freedom of Belfast: The Irish Times

    What You Should Know About Sir Kenneth Branagh: Vanity Fair

    Derry Roma's Son of God for the big screen: Derry Journal

    I forgive the nuns who stole my boy: Played by Judi Dench in a heart-rending new film, PHILOMENA LEE reveals the search for her love child who was given away to strangers: Daily Mail

    Graham Norton talks a great game on BBC America: San Luis Obispo Tribune

    JM Synge's snapshot of life on Blasket: Sunday Independent

    CS Lewis – The Belfast boy whose death was overshadowed by JFK: Belfast Telegraph

    Moody Tullamore Dew Irish Whiskey Ad Is A Glass Act: Huffington Post

    Kennedy has it in the bag... 30 years on: Irish Examiner, October 18, 2013

    Irish Roots: John Grenham – What's on the horizon?: The Irish Times

    A warm welcome to west Waterford: The Australian

    November 18, 2013

    McGuinness leaves U2 as he nears 'musically relevant age of 64': The Irish Times

    John Meagher – McGuinness was unique spark that lit the unforgettable fire: Irish Independent

    U2 Album Slated for Early 2014 Release:

    As Bridesmaids turned into a worldwide hit, I was sitting there broke in LA, says Chris O'Dowd: Irish Independent

    Fassbender won't chase Oscar nod: Irish Independent

    Heaney's words music to the ears of Paul Simon in New York tribute to poet: The Irish Times

    'Final' Seamus Heaney poem published: BBC

    Francis Bacon's Study of Freud sets new art record of $142.4m at auction in New York: RTE

    Culture Shock – Never mind the Nazis. What about Ireland's own stolen treasures?: The Irish Times

    At Savin Hill cafe, mayor-elect finds home away from home: Boston Globe

    Story of how Belfast Zoo's baby elephant was kept in backyard of home during Second World War Blitz to be made into film: Belfast Telegraph

    Ryanair boss: I am soft, cuddly, misunderstood: Irish Examiner

    The Celtic Tiger starts to stir: Is Ireland's economy really back on the economic track?: The Independent

    Mark Carney brings luck of the Irish to BoE: Financial Times

    New chamber seeks to improve ties between Florida and Ireland: Tampa Bay Business Journal

    November 12, 2013

    Scientology 'targeted' U2 frontman Bono to join church, leader's niece claims: New York Post

    The Ronan empire: Philadelphia Daily News

    Fassbender hoping for Oscar nod: Irish Independent

    Van Morrison Moondance outtakes are hidden gems: Daily Telegraph

    The day the Beatles rocked Dublin: The Irish Times

    Bob Geldolf: 'The power of our music just blew me away': Aberdeen Evening Express

    Horslips – back in the days of Dearg Doom: The Irish Times

    New Seamus Heaney poem published: The Guardian

    Fifty years later, C.S. Lewis' legacy shines in US, not his homeland: Washington Post

    New BBC programme set to explore story of 'Danny Boy': Derry Journal

    Nairobi mall attack: how an ex-SAS man and a former Irish soldier helped to save lives: The Observer

    Boston Irish Famine Memorial needs to be restored: Boston Globe

    Emerald Isle ias a potent mix of deep roots and tradition: Toronto Star

    GAA chief targets global audience next year: Sunday Independent

    House Hunting in ... Northern Ireland: New York Times

    November 10, 2013

    U2's Bono Courageously Embraces Capitalism:

    Depp and Murphy enjoy drop of the black stuff in Ireland: BBC

    Kenneth Branagh, Seamus Heaney and Brian Kennedy on what it's really like to be from Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph

    How I helped Philomena track down her son sold by cruel nuns: It's the film about a toddler torn from his mother that is reducing grown men to tears... but the REAL story will haunt you forever: Daily Mail

    'Philomena' misleading and doesn't tell whole truth – nuns: Irish Independent

    Donovan recalls how he helped to influence The Beatles White album: The Irish Times

    James Kilbane, Irish country and gospel singer, plays prison before church here: Cleveland Plain Dealer

    Author Kevin Barry part of the spotlight on young authors at the IFOA: Toronto Star

    The Last King of Ireland: New York Times

    Brendan Shanahan's road to the Hockey Hall of Fame started in Mimico: Toronto Sun

    Marty Walsh victory in Boston mayoral race heralded as 'great day for Galway': Galway Advertiser

    Facebook to move to bigger Dublin offices: RTE

    Statue of workers' rights pioneer James Connolly rededicated: Troy Record

    Ryanair's new touchy-feely O'Leary hits turbulence but sees clearer air ahead: The Guardian

    New York horses retire to a field in County Donegal: BBC

    November 6, 2013

    U2 move in mysterious Bray: Irish Independent

    Sinead O'Connor's music no less bold, no less beautiful: Chicago Sun Times

    Saoirse Ronan, Hollywood's Leading Lady in Waiting: New York Times

    'Chris is far too honest, but that's why they love him' – Dawn O'Porter: Irish Independent

    Proud Hansard pays visit to stage production of hit film: Irish Independent

    It's tiaras and ringlets galore as 3,000 Irish dancers reel into Belfast: Belfast Telegraph

    Hollywood beckons as Irish designer prepares for Oscars red carpet: Irish Examiner, February 19, 2013

    John Patrick Shanley – 'I've avoided writing as an Irish man most of my life': The Irish Times

    How the sexual adventuress who created Mary Poppins wrecked the lives of two innocent boys: Exploits of P L Travers that you won't see in new film Saving Mr Banks: Daily Mail

    Tom McGrath to the starting line..: Irish Echo, May 15, 2013

    The Burren, County Clare – 300 million years in the making: Irish Voice/

    Call for London to get Irish famine memorial: Irish Post

    Maghera faith healer to get global audience: Mid Ulster Mail

    It's a mash hit at home and boasts worldwide a-peel: Belfast Telegraph, April 25, 2013

    Ireland Transformed Into Tech's Tax Avoidance Hub by Local Hero: San Francisco Chronicle

    October 21, 2013

    U2 release new song for Mandela biopic: Irish Examiner

    Pogues guitarist Philip Chevron passes away following cancer battle: Irish Post

    Irish band keep me young, says Elton: Evening Herald

    Dance spectacular is not 'Riverdance 2', claim producers: Irish Examiner

    Keeping up with the Kennedys: Extraordinary insight into the rivalries and grief that shape the dynasty, as JFK's family recreate his Irish homecoming 50 years on: Daily Mail

    Chris O'Dowd to play Irish sports journalist in Lance Armstrong biopic: The Irish Times

    Ardmore is the physical heart of the Irish film industry: Irish Examiner

    Oscar Wilde named most quotable figure in the English language: The Irish Times

    Roddy Doyle: No more musical Commitments from me: London Evening Standard

    Eleven acre land art unveiled in Belfast: The Independent

    Earth faces 'mass-extinction event' soon, warns Geldof: Irish Independent

    In praise of ... hurling: The Guardian (Editorial)

    A return to Dublin and Trinity College, on the waves of memory: Washington Post

    Family of Natasha McShane who was left brain damaged following attack in Chicago say it is a waste of energy hating her attackers: Belfast Telegraph

    Former Prime Minister Tony Blair wants his family to holiday in Ballyshannon: Donegal Democrat

    October 18, 2013

    The Kennedy's and the Irish celebrate the 50th anniversary of JFK's visit to Ireland with the lighting of an eternal flame: Daily Mail

    'Quiet Man' statue moves iconic film's leading lady: Irish Independent

    Saoirse Ronan: Dad needs Scots role: Belfast Telegraph

    'One of the true jewels in the crown of Irish music': Irish Independent

    US viewers in for a treat as Neven show finds new 'Home': Irish Independent

    Review – A family faces crisis in the muted 'I Used to Be Darker': Los Angeles Times

    Dublin tenements saga a hit with critics in the US: Irish Independent

    Artist Leah Hewson – 'My parents worry about me': The Irish Times

    Dublin's dramatic exchanges extend Scots/Irish arts scene: The Herald

    Cassidy: Silicon Valley finds its poetic soul through The Gathering Poem: Contra Costa Times

    Want to be king of your own castle? Inside the incredible 16th century stately home with staff quarters and a banqueting hall on sale for £5.5million: Daily Mail

    Irish entrepreneurs show signs of life amid positive growth forecasts: The Observer

    Liam Casey – From County Cork to 'Mr China': Financial Times

    Bill Clinton – Ireland should pay whatever corporation tax rate it wants: Irish Independent

    Daughter of US war bride meets Lisburn family thanks to parents' love letters: Ulster Star

    October 15, 2013

    Nicky Larkin – Bono-hating is a bit hypocritica: Irish Independent

    New U2 album means all work and little play for Adam and Mariana: Evening Herald

    Geldof gets the Rats back together in Dublin: The Irish Times

    Meaney is new gaffer of Pele film: Evening Herald

    In an ancient Ulster forest, the Prince of Darkness stirs: Belfast Telegraph

    Fleeing Her Troubles for a Host of New Ones: New York Times

    Colm Toibin eyes Booker Prize with dark Gospel tale: Irish Independent

    Cecelia Ahern – I'm finally escaping from the shadow of Bertie: Irish Mirror

    Has Rory McIlroy split from tennis star girlfriend Caroline Wozniacki?: Belfast Telegraph

    Megalithic tomb at home in estate: Sligo Champion

    Irish priest murdered by Communist forces may be made a saint: Irish Mirror

    Ireland officially confirmed as starting point for Giro d'Italia 2014: Daily Mail

    Irish World War II bride is queen of Bucktown Seafood Festival: New Orleans Times-Picayune

    Insider's Travel Guide to Dublin, Ireland: Wall Street Journal

    Irish Roots – The revolution in Irish newspaper research: The Irish Times

    October 14, 2013

    Bono hits out at big oil for concealing payments to African governments: The Irish Times

    TD sorry for 'mad' tweet about Sinead: Irish Mirror

    Nothing compares to Sinéad O'Connor: The Irish Times

    We're not leaving Northern Ireland, says 'Game of Thrones' exec: Irish Examiner

    Fassbender tipped for Oscar glory: Evening Herald

    Jonathan Rhys Meyers brings Dracula to life in Dublin crypt: The Irish Times

    Mrs Brown actor hits out at critics: Irish Independent

    Heaney townland doesn't exist: Irish News

    The Love Object by Edna O'Brien – review: The Observer
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    Time for Notre Dame to lose the leprechaun in light of the Washington Redskins?: Irish Voice/ (by Niall O'Dowd)

    Fox News anchor Kimberly Guilfoyle backs the Banner: Clare People

    Stone Cottages Offer a Slice of Old Ireland: New York Times

    Lighthouses to open doors to tourists: UTV Internet

    Historical sites and attractions mark new Wexford Heritage Trail: The Irish Times

    Direct air link between Canada and Northern Ireland would be major boost – commissioner: Belfast Telegraph

    October 6, 2013

    The white guilt of Bono is keeping Africa down: Daily Telegraph

    Irish politicians slam Bono over tax: Daily Express

    Sinead O'Connor – "Miley Cyrus has to say sorry for mental illness slur": Sunday Independent

    Cranberries frontwoman signs on as 'Voice' coach: Irish Independent

    Saoirse helps Jordan firm to €1.8m profits: Evening Herald

    Why 40 holds no fears for Cillian Murphy: Irish Independent

    Seamus Heaney and the language he kept: New York Daily News

    Poet Crossing – Regarding 'Word on the Street,' Rock Lyrics by Paul Muldoon: New York Observer

    Only Banville can advance fiction beyond Beckett: The Irish Times

    Irish author shortlisted for award: Irish Independent

    The Short Fiction of Flann O'Brien – review: The Guardian

    Congressman Peter King gets his Irish up against fellow Republicans: Irish Voice/

    'The Gathering' has proven to be a boost for tourism and morale: Irish Independent (Editorial)

    Dublin may be famous for its pubs but the city has much to offer in terms of culture and history: Scottish Daily Record

    'I've felt the effects of emigration my entire life': The Irish Times

    October 4, 2013

    Bono's sketch of his dad features in hospice book: Evening Herald

    Bono defends Ireland's low taxes:

    Patricia Bardon plays 'Carmen' with L.A. Opera, Placido Domingo: Los Angeles Times

    'I have no celebrity status' – Saoirse Ronan's ability to hide her fame in the US will soon be no more: Irish Independent

    Binevenagh Mountain provided the scenic backdrop for Game of Thrones ... but now these cliffs could be home to 21 wind turbines: Belfast Telegraph

    Irishman claims his idea for 'The Voice' was stolen: Irish Independent

    The Troubles of a one-eyed man: The Age (Melbourne)

    Eddi Reader reveals great uncle's life as IRA chief: The Scotsman

    Edna O'Brien – 'I would die now if tomorrow morning I could not write': The Guardian

    Quickfire interview – John Boyne: Financial Times

    Catherine O'Flynn – 'When I saw my name on the Orange longlist, I thought it was a computer error': The Observer

    Guinness family unveil 'brilliant' bronze statue to Arthur near Castletown House: The Irish Times

    Day of discovery for the Obamas in famous library: Irish Independent, June 18, 2013

    Former Bush economic adviser predicts 20-year economic slump for Ireland: The Irish Times

    Ireland signs new adoption agreement with USA: Irish Independent

    October 2, 2013

    Let's give Bono and U2 a break over their taxes, or not: Irish Voice/

    Beatlemania – the Fab Four's Irish concerts, 50 years on: The Irish Times

    Playing in Connolly station was one of our career highlights – Kodaline: Irish Independent

    Cong turns back time for 'Quiet Man' memorial: Irish Independent

    Chris O'Dowd to narrate Derry company's 'Puffin Rock': Derry Journal

    I was mistaken for a hobo – Cillian: Evening Herald

    Puppy love – how Hollywood royalty fell for the charms of Joe's farm: Irish Independent

    The unsilenced voice of Seamus Heaney: Washington Post

    McGlone calls for Seamus Heaney monument at Stormont: Mid Ulster Mail

    Brendan Behan recalled in niece's play: New York Post

    Irish Roots – The Land Commission's forbidden fruit: The Irish Times

    A bit of turbulence: How one priest attempted to revive Knock by building it an airport: Independent on Sunday

    The 'oldest Irish priest' turns 100 in Hong Kong: The Irish Times

    'I fell in love with Dublin – and not for the tax breaks...': Irish Independent

    Dinner with Obamas is a dream come true for Emma: Evening Herald

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