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Late Jimmy Breslin wore Irishness lightly: The Irish Times

John McCarthy – Former hostage says Van Morrison's music helped him heal: Irish News

Mets Prospect Took to Pitching After the Troubles Were Left Behind: New York Times

Michael Dowling, St. Patrick's parade grand marshal, recalls humble roots: New York Newsday

'I overstayed my US visa when it didn't matter as much': The Irish Times

Darren Randolph's journey from Motherwell's bench to first choice goalkeeper at West Ham: London Evening Standard

Trump strategist Bannon's ex-wife is former Rose of Tralee hopeful: Irish Independent

Shopkeepers in Wisconsin could face JAIL if they sell Kerrygold butter: Irish Mirror

The Irish nun who brought Sunshine to Kenya: The Irish Times

J-1 2017 – US embassy announces 2,600 extra visas: The Irish Times

Ireland's Prime Minister in Crisis Over Case of Police Whistle-blower: BBC

Six hundred Irish become Australian citizens on Australia Day: The Irish Times

Interview with Enda Kenny, Prime Minister of Ireland, from the World Economic Forum 2017: CNBC

Call to diaspora – Ireland needs your craft skills: Irish Examiner

Irish under Trump – 'The undocumented are holding their breath': The Irish Times

Donald Trump consoled family of hero cop Steven McDonald in their grief: Irish Voice/

NYPD Officer Steven McDonald has heart attack – the bravest man I ever met: Irish Voice/

'I'd love to see an Irish guy playing in the NFL in the next 10 years':

Conor McGregor only Irish person to feature on annual Forbes 30 Under 30 list: Irish Independent

Peter Keleghan tells a personal tale of Canadian immigration with new documentary: Toronto Globe and Mail

Trump taps Mar-a-Lago pal with Mass. ties for ambassador to Ireland: Boston Globe

Steven McDonald, NYPD cop paralyzed three decades ago in Central Park shooting, dead at 59: New York Daily News

Aer Lingus announces direct flights from Cork to Cornwall: Irish Independent

Joe Biden's Irish cousin tells of White House trip: Irish Mirror

Kevin O'Malley makes his mark after short tenure: Irish Examiner

Barack Obama could return to Ireland in the 'next 12 months': BBC

Aviation sector contributes more than €4 billion to Irish economy: The Irish Times

Irishman's death in Haiti earthquake was not in vain: Irish Echo

View on the North from LA native living in Titanic Quarter: The Irish Times

Architect of modern Ireland TK Whitaker dies aged 100: The Irish Times

Could this Irish Canadian reality TV star be Canada's next Prime Minister?: Irish Voice/

Could this Irish American cardinal be a contender for pope?: Irish Voice/

Trump's Budget Director has strong Mayo roots: Mayo News

David McWilliams: Let's make Europe work for us – by being as American as possible: Irish Independent

Irish human rights priest blazed trail for us to follow: Irish Independent

Conor McGregor is not as rich as you think: New York Post

Gaeilge goes global – Irish-language works on world map: The Irish Times

Tiny Snail Defeats Donald Trump in Battle Over Irish Sea Wall: New York Times

Meet the Northern Ireland man behind revolutionary new wheelchair: The News Letter

How US president-elect's tax plans could hurt Ireland: BBC

Ireland and the US sign three year extension of J-1 visa 12 month scheme: Irish Mirror

'The Bonnie and Clyde of mythological Ireland': Galway Advertiser

Skepticism abounds after Conor McGregor obtains California boxing license: Los Angeles Times

Delight in Doonbeg with Presidential success for Donald Trump: Clare Herald

Belturbet-born Trump nanny was 'nurturing force': Impartial Reporter

A salute to the great John Timoney – Police Commissioner Bill Bratton remembers his recently deceased partner in crime-fighting: New York Daily News

Review – 'Bobby Sands: 66 Days' Lionizes an I.R.A. Martyr: New York Times

Who are the recipients of this year's Irish diaspora awards?: The Irish Times

Ireland and US agree to extend J-1 visa programme for another three years: Irish Examiner

Canadian school takes part in #Gaeilge24 challenge: The Irish Times

McGregor Was Stripped Of His Title Because Of The UFC's Over-Reliance On One Fighter And Unfairness:

Conor McGregor – Dubliner revels as king of alternative sporting stratosphere: BBC

Irish documentary Older Than Ireland tipped for Oscar nod: Irish Mirror

Five ways a Trump presidency will affect Ireland: The Irish Times

From a Hunger Strike To a Revolution: Washington Square News

Why the song of the emigrant still strikes a chord today: The Irish Times

Texas Diner Tips Waiter $750 So He Can Fly Home To Ireland: Huffington Post

St. Patty's Day in America different for Dublin native: The Tennessean

Irish-founded Stripe is worth over $9bn after a huge funding round:

'Donald Trump's win has really put Doonbeg on the map': Irish Examiner

Remembering 'Longest Day' author Cornelius Ryan: Irish Echo

Trebek answers Hibs and all is forgiven: Irish Echo

The sad demise of the traditional Irish funeral: Irish Independent (Editorial)

Mystery as Canadian houseboat washes up on Irish Beach: BBC

Billy Keane – Farewell to Uncle Teddy, the emigrant who was lonesome for his home place: Irish Independent

Ryanair posts advert for the 'worst job in Ireland': Daily Telegraph

Chicago entrepreneur Sean Conlon to star in CNBC real estate rescue show, 'The Deed': Chicago Tribune

Jean Kennedy Smith writes of her childhood in the famous political family: Chicago Tribune

US Secretary of State John Kerry 'deeply honoured' to receive prestigious Tipperary Peace Prize: Sunday Independent

Moët Hennessy USA chief lauds 'fierce loyalty' of diaspora: Irish Echo

Tyrone woman helps trace missing flag that flew over 9/11 ruins: Belfast Telegraph

How The 'Silly' Irish Founders At Intercom Built One Of Silicon Valley's Fastest-Growing Businesses:

How Dead Rabbit's Belfast owners created world's best bar in heart of Manhattan: Belfast Telegraph

Poetry – Ulick O'Connor: Parnell's sister who wrote for Irish freedom: Sunday Independent

Norton – 'I've fallen back in love with Ireland': Irish Independent

Conor McGregor – UFC star given community service after Nate Diaz row: BBC

Conn. Couple Finds Necklace in Ireland 26 Years Later:

Irish postman delivers letter with hand-drawn map and no address: The Independent

Staying in – Grape adventure in Slovenia: The Irish Times

Last of the navvies – Irishman who dug all-night Tube line: The Irish Times

Belfast toy inventor for Hasbro a keynote speaker at Inventor's Workshop: Irish News

How Apple Helped Create Ireland's Economies, Real and Fantastical: New Yorker

The no-win game of Apple's taxes: Washington Post

Irish speaking, all-singing US Army general Martin Dempsey made honorary knight in Britain: Irish Post

First Person – Seeking truth in Ireland: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

U.S. not worth trip anymore – Irvine: Irish Echo

'He was terribly embarrassed' – motorist forced to spend night in car after getting stuck on narrow Kerry path 200ft above sea: Irish Independent

Golden opportunity to represent the diaspora could be lost: The Irish Times

Returning emigrants struggling with costs of re-sitting driving test: Irish Independent

WWE fans mock Irish beauty Becky Lynch's accent after huge win at Backlash: Daily Star

William McCormack – Toronto police chief's term marked by political storms: Toronto Globe and Mail

China's Las Vegas and its 'maverick' Irish: The Irish Times

These inflatable Irish bars are blowing up: New York Daily News

How defeat has changed UFC's Conor McGregor ... or has it: CNBC, Aug 18, 2016

Tim Kaine's Irish Roots: Irish America

Why Irish-Americans hope Donald trumps Hillary in race for the White House: Belfast Telegraph

Diarmaid Ferriter – Irish-Americans will not all vote as immigrants: The Irish Times

Councillors to vote on diaspora project for Merrion Square: The Irish Times

Bringing the Irish together in London through culture: The Irish Times

This map shows where all the Irish emigrants went:

Northern Ireland mum Julieanne Lynch hopeful novel approach to adult fiction will break her into big time: Belfast Telegraph

Apple move 'will chill foreign investment': Irish Independent

Ireland now caught in multinational tax row: The Irish Times

Former U. of C. history department chair, William H. McNeill, dies at age 98: Chicago Tribune

Ireland – The Autobiography, edited by John Bowman, review: telling glimpses: The Irish Times

Irish Roots – how our surnames were Englished: The Irish Times

US TV political analyst Chris Matthews receives Tip O'Neill Irish Diaspora Award: Donegal Now

How Dubliners deal with death: The Irish Times

The Rivals is as uproariously funny today as it was in 1775: Daily Telegraph

The Irishman who built the internet – interview with Dennis Jennings: Silicon Republic

Terry Wogan to receive posthumous Irish diaspora award:

Wogan's Westminster Abbey memorial highlights the English approach to death: Irish Independent

Irish pubs 'unofficial embassies of Ireland', says Senator: The Irish Times

From the US Presidential campaign to Buncrana: Derry Journal

Brexit Briefing – Ireland's opportunity: Financial Times

Irish-born NYPD detective cut with meat cleaver: Irish Examiner

Father Hesburgh of Notre Dame, a light in the dark for so many: Irish Voice/

Canadian ambassador Kevin Vickers launches Arctic novel: The Irish Times

Irishman who lost family in 9/11 fears terrorists will be freed: Irish Examiner

The Belfast child is about to turn 50: Irish Independent

Cops, brass pack wake for former NYPD First Deputy Commissioner John Timoney: New York Daily News

And what's the view from Dublin? Why Ireland is going to need the luck of the Irish: Belfast Telegraph

3,000 marriages on and the man is still smiling – Go figure!: Sunday Independent

Redheads show true colours for Irish Redhead Convention in Crosshaven: Irish Examiner

Speaking Irish in New Zealand, to my Maori-Irish son: The Irish Times

Flynn – Proud story of Boston renews Irish spirit, pride: Boston Herald

A Good Cop?: Beachwood Reporter

Irish cop John Timoney taught America how to reform policing: Irish Voice/

Pop up your own Irish pub: Irish Echo

Oakland – Irish priest builds 'amazing' community: San Jose Mercury News

O'Donovan brothers rowed to glory fuelled by brown bread – so what makes a champion loaf?: Irish Independent
Ralph Riegel

The Last, Sweet Days of the Irish Alps in Upstate New York: New York Times

Project sees US students spend their summer months in Ireland: Connacht Tribune

Have you heard of the Irish woman who lived once, but was buried twice?: Sunday Independent

Sisters have emotional first meeting after 64 years apart: BBC

John F. Timoney, Police Official Who Pushed Innovative Tactics to Curb Crime, Dies at 68: New York Times

John Timoney Had the Gall to Change Minds, One Police Department at a Time: New York Times

Irish assets dwindle as Chuck Feeney's fund nears end: Irish Examiner

Genealogist finds Tim Kaine also has Irish roots in Cork: The Irish Times

Billy Walsh has U.S. boxing team fighting its way back to prominence: Los Angeles Times

Identical twins find different places at first Olympic golf tournament: Los Angeles Times

Hurling's on at Philly pub – There will be blood: Philadelphia Inquirer

Vatican calls its cleanup guy – Bishop Kevin Farrell showed he's a fixer in Dallas: Dallas Morning News

Haverford product Ryan hopes to channel luck of Irish in Rio: Main Line Times

Mentored by McGuigan – Boxing history: Irish Examiner (Editorial)

Voice of golf in US David Feherty to be honoured by ex-President George Bush for aiding wounded veterans: Belfast Telegraph

Hawaiian politician draws on 'ideals' of 1916 Rising leader James Connolly: Irish News

Message in a bottle travels from Westampton to Ireland: Burlington County Times

Accepting Hiberno-English as the far superior cúpla focal: Irish Independent

No Brexit win for the fighting Irish if same old frictions bar the way: Silicon Republic

Irish teacher jailed in ISIS plot to join terror group with her children: Irish Voice/

Irish-designed 'new Lego' wins US toy award: The Irish Times, October 20, 2015

Joe Biden loves the word 'malarkey.' But nobody knows here it came from.: Greensboro News & Record

Why a Trump presidency could be scary for...Ireland: CNBC

A leading US Catholic university, home of the Fighting Irish, has branched out to Galway: Irish World

Kevin McKeown Negotiates Treaty with Galway Ireland: Santa Monica Observer

Oakland – Irish priest builds 'amazing' community: East Bay Times

Clinton chooses Irish-American with Longford links as her vice-president: Sunday Independent

Vice President Biden in Ireland – A priceless relationship: Irish Examiner – Editorial

Mike Butler, who dyed Chicago River green each St. Patrick's Day, dies at 81: Chicago Tribune

50 years on – The family of 14 who swapped Derry for new life in Australia: Derry Journal

Paralysed Irishman's inspiring invention will help others living with spinal cord injuries: Irish Post

Primark's Irish invasion brings a 2nd store to the Philly burbs: Philadelphia Inquirer

Imagining Ireland – my time abroad: Santa Fe New Mexican

Rory McIlroy on his future wife, Zika and snubbing the Olympics – 'I haven't been dreaming about the Olympics my whole life. The risk of going to Rio wasn't worth the reward': Daily Telegraph

Joe Biden honoured with the Freedom of Co Louth during visit: Drogheda Independent

WWE superstar Sheamus on coming home to Ireland, meeting Vince McMahon, and McGregor:

Ireland's strange devotion to a little statue called the Child of Prague: Irish Post

'There's no such thing as the Irish internet' – Stripe on its ambition to beat Paypal: Daily Telegraph

Cautious Ireland risks being outflanked in the war for post-Brexit jobs: Irish Independent

What Ireland stands to gain – and lose – from Brexit: Financial Post

Galway-born emigrants' voice thrilled with Seanad nomination: Connacht Tribune

Mary Holt Moore, Irish-American community leader, dead at 88: New York Daily News

Muhammad Ali letter proves knock-out as Armagh clinch Gaelic football's big prize: BBC

Biden wowed on Irish heritage trail: Sunday Independent

Joe Biden – Ireland a cornerstone of US international policy: Irish Examiner

Conlon Carries Irish Heritage With Pride: Baseball America

Meet the Irish nun who has helped almost half a million street kids in India get an education: Irish Mirror

First Person – Seeking truth in Ireland: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

How Ireland pulled off an economic miracle that rivals China, India: Financial Post

This document explains why Apple's Irish data centre is so important to the company:

Brian Gallant's new Celtic affairs cabinet post blasted as 'bizarre': CBC

How we started speaking as Gaeilge in rural Alabama: The Irish Times

RTÉ longwave radio a proven 'lifeline' for elderly Irish in Britain: The Irish Times

'More than a third of students leave Northern Ireland at 18; we cannot afford to lose such talent – but they'll only return if there are opportunities': Belfast Telegraph

Irish Diaspora – Out of sight, out of mind?: The Irish Times (Editorial)

New Irish emigrant senator under fire for Fine Gael, Kenny links: Irish Voice/

Ireland Inc may be a big loser in race for the White House: Sunday Independent

RTÉ rejects Muslim scholar's appeal for daily Ramadan prayer: The Irish Times

Muhammad Ali – Freeman of Ennis: Clare People

Just how Irish was Muhammad Ali?: The Irish Times

Darren Randolph happy to have opted for Ireland over the USA: The Guardian

Gerard McNamee on acting, singing, flirting with Madonna, hanging with the Clintons, and his Irish parents: Irish Independent

Official Ireland has it all wrong – we could win big if the UK opts for Brexit: Irish Independent (by David McWilliams)

Irish cousin of Joe Biden says family are 'proud and excited' to welcome US Vice President 'home': Irish Mirror

My father the hero – how Irish sailors saved hundreds in the second World War: The Irish Times

Radio star Adrian Flannelly receives honorary doctorate from Quinnipiac: Irish Voice/

'This is Kevin Vickers. Now he's tackling our protestors in Ireland': Macleans

Make yourself employable with a postgrad as Gaeilge: The Irish Times

With an e or an o, this Irish name is a unisex hit:

Biden's lineage traced back to Scranton's sister city in Ireland: Scranton Times-Tribune

Rory McIlroy hits out at critics' negative spin: Daily Telegraph

Waterford man makes sculptures to honour victims of Boston bombings: The Irish Times

The Irish roots of radical Catholic priests – The Berrigans: Irish Voice/

Brass City native writes book on city's Irish Catholics:

Lance Armstrong depicted in new movie, 'The Program,' teams up with Instagram star Dan Bilzerian: New York Daily News

Hillsborough – Queen's University Belfast professor Phil Scraton awarded Freedom of Liverpool for role in getting to the truth: Belfast Telegraph

Ireland may be Europe's comeback kid, but not thanks to Brussels: Financial Times

Irish retail giant can't find space big enough for Manhattan store: New York Post

Happy Feet and an Alter Ego:

In 'Older Than Ireland,' Centenarians Recall Early and Latter Days: New York Times

Bill Clinton can't get enough of the New York Irish: Irish Voice/

Pope Francis approves beatification of Irish Jesuit priest: The Irish Times

Hopes final sea trials will see LÉ James Joyce delivered to navy: Irish Examiner, July 1, 2015

Annie Moore a symbolic figure for Irish Americans, says relative: The Irish Times

A new Belfast company is selling tiny bottles of Irish rainwater for £10: Irish Post

Montreal's Irish story gets a new chapter: The Irish Times

Panama Papers – The Kerryman with the drive to expose scandal worldwide: Irish Examiner

The Loch Ness legend – Eight facts about the monster and the Salford-Irish man behind the mystery: Irish Post

American media outlet names Irishman on list of the 15 greatest athletes of all-time: Irish Independent

Bing, bots and Build – the Meath man shaping the future at Microsoft: Irish Independent

Meet Willie Mullins... the master trainer who has had 41 winners at Cheltenham Festival but to his mother he is just William: Daily Mail

Teaching Irish in Newfoundland, the most Irish place outside Ireland: The Irish Times

Landmark Dublin hotel to be sold: Daily Telegraph

Ireland has billion reasons to thank Chuck Feeney's gift of philanthropy: Irish Examiner

Steelers enjoy taste of Ireland:

'I set out to be a journeyman pro on tour so I've overachieved by winning three Majors':

Irish-American 'Hemingway' crafting message for Obama: The Irish Times

The luck of the Irish language student: The Herald

Ahead of the Game – Michael J. Dowling: Irish America

A Bartender With a Magic Touch: New York Times

Everyone is Irish: The Crimson White

Irish Roots – Irish Family History Foundation can get it right: The Irish Times

Irishwoman who helps super-rich to find love: Irish Independent, June 22, 2015

Colm Tóibín, Anne Enright, Roddy Doyle ... the Easter Rising 100 years on: The Guardian

Joyful Dublin overflows with pride and the sharing of 1916 stories: Irish Independent

From Kilmichael to the Foggy Dew, Ireland's favourite rebel songs: Irish Examiner

Under Cover - Irish American Tale Unfolds in "Galway Bay": Newport Beach Independent

How Did St. Patrick Get To Be The Patron Saint Of Nigeria?:

Irish people share why they're for Hillary Clinton: Irish Voice/

US city girl finds her Irish calling: The Irish Times

Irish Roots - The Revolution Papers is a work of genius: The Irish Times

Purdy and The New Avengers - How a Finglas lad became Ireland's ultimate IT guy: Sunday Independent, June 21, 2015

St. Patrick's Day parade shows evolving identity: Boston Globe

Free online access to treasure trove of Irish parish records: The Irish Times

How Irish is Tom Brady?:

Why am I teaching Irish to American university students?: The Irish Times

Talk to me, I'm Irish – Embracing a tricky tongue in Montreal: Montreal Gazette

Vocations drive gets boost from generous grant: Irish Catholic

Speaking Irish in the easternmost city of the British Isles: The Irish Times

Shoes made by Derry designer proving big hit with Amal Clooney: Belfast Telegraph

This Irish engraver has created a touching tribute to a police officer shot dead by the Boston bomber:

Take a peek inside the 'world's best bar' proudly owned by two Irishmen: Irish Independent

The story of a modern day hero – Bataclan massacre survivor tells how he protected his girlfriend from gunmen after bullet 'pulverised' his foot – and his determination to learn to walk again for his wedding day: Daily Mail

David Feherty – Most days I downed two bottles of whiskey and took cocaine... only my wife's love saved me: Belfast Telegraph

Michael J. Dowling – If It Can't Be Done, You Haven't Tried: New York Times

Speaking Irish every day at work in London: The Irish Times

Green with pride – St. Pat's will let gays march: The Villager

The Fighting Irish Jews – Despite Dwindling Numbers, the Community Celebrates a Rich History: Haaretz

Startup Mecca Rises From Abandoned Guinness Storehouse:

Irish Roots – Hiding from Big History: The Irish Times

Steelers chairman Rooney to be honored with Jackie Robinson Foundation's Lifetime Achievement Award: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

College football's winning off the field in Dublin: Irish Echo

What did Jimmy Deenihan achieve as first Irish diaspora minister?: The Irish Times

Gaelic teacher working to bring Irish culture, language to P.E.I.: CBC

Larne-born star at heart of Profumo love scandal: Belfast Telegraph

Dublin's Startup Scene Set To Grow 30%, Spurred By American Influence & Culture:

Finance hub is flourishing as Belfast puts troubles in past: Financial Times

21 Words and phrases you will only hear in Northern Ireland: The News Letter

Declan Kiberd interview – 'The political elites are much less literate now': The Irish Times

Irish Roots – Free-range, grass-fed Irish genealogy: The Irish Times

The Irish Entrepreneur Who's Helping Cinemas Fill Their Seats: Forbes

US presidential candidate Donald Trump dismisses his Doonbeg investment as 'small potatoes' that his kids can play with: Irish Independent

An American with Irish reconciliation in his heart: Irish News, February 20, 2016

New to the Parish – 'It took me a couple of years to accept the move to Ireland': The Irish Times

'Most hated man in Ireland' gives up extradition fight in Boston court: Worcester Telegram

Five more bizarre unsolved Irish mysteries: Irish Post

Revealed – How David Attenborough rejected a 27-year-old Terry Wogan's application to join the BBC: Daily Telegraph

Lost tribe of Belfast: Belfast Telegraph, January 30, 2016

The Celtic Tiger is back, with a vengeance: Troy Media

Celebrating role of religious in helping Irish emigrants in Britain: The Irish Times, June 6, 2015

What the Irish language means to me living in Japan: The Irish Times

Sir Terry Wogan – obituary: Sunday Telegraph

Terry Wogan interview – 'I'm a child of the Pale. I think I was born to succeed here': The Irish Times

Why there will be no St Patrick's Day Rising: Sydney Morning Herald

Mitchell waited until assured gay marching issue was resolved: Irish Echo

New Yorker (6) wows crowd with her flawless rendition of 'Amhrán na bhFiann': Irish Independent

Apple may owe $19 billion, but Ireland doesn't want it. Here's why: Hamilton Spectator

I wasn't cut out to be a farmer, so I moved to America: The Irish Times

Women tell it like it was: Irish Echo

Irish Roots – Why genealogy is seasonal: The Irish Times

US students of Irish descent to sample modern and historic Ireland in diaspora strengthening initiative: Irish Examiner

Bernard Dunne – I'm very proud that both my children will grow up fluent in our national language: Irish Independent

Sisters of Mercy still answering the bell at Catherine McAuley House: Wilkes-Barre Times Leader

Self-driving cars will bring us back to our beloved pubs ... and safely home again: Irish Independent

Irish rovers are tempted to return home: Financial Times

Ireland's new spirit of gentle maturity: The Spectator

Kathryn Johnston – A great epitaph to my husband, Liam Clarke: Belfast Telegraph

Five bizarre unsolved Irish mysteries: Irish Post

Irish Roots – Digging up burial records: The Irish Times

Ireland would shock Bill O'Reilly: Santa Fe New Mexican

'My love affair with Ireland is random, but the flirting started in childhood': The Irish Times

Mike Sullivan – 2016 Citizen of the West: Denver Post

Morgan Stanley appoints Irish man Colm Kelleher as president: Irish Independent

Irish nanny moves on after murder charges dropped: Boston Globe

How John And Patrick Collison Built Stripe Into The PayPal Of The Mobile Era:

Irish Roots – John O'Donovan's glorious letters: The Irish Times

Irish government's certificates of heritage – why they failed: Irish Voice/

Trailblazing Women – Susan McKenna-Lawlor, Leading Irish Scientist & Founder of Space Technology Ireland: Huffington Post

Oldest Irish society in US opens door to female members: The Irish Times

Safe from Syria – Finding a new home on Northern Ireland's streets: BBC

Ireland's Creative Entrepreneurs Lead By Design: Forbes, March 22, 2015

Irish Roots – One-stop site for everything that connects to genealogy: The Irish Times

Jane Sanders Knows Politics, and How to Soften Husband's Image: New York Times

The Irish man building American dreams: The Irish Times, May 6, 2015

Irish Roots – the use of Gaelic patronymic prefixes: The Irish Times

Altering parade rules is nothing new: Irish Echo

What would men who signed Proclamation in 1916 make of us?: Irish Independent

Sympathy Is Short-Lived for Irish Minority Group After Deadly Fire: New York Times

A memorable gift from Atlantic Philanthropies: Irish Echo

After Outcry, Ireland Adjusts Its Corporate Tax Draw: New York Times

The Irishman in America whose homeless choir is changing lives and making the news: Irish Post

Artist restores much-loved Titanic mural to former glory: Belfast Telegraph

Irish Roots – establishment of Ireland as European centre of genealogical excellence urged: The Irish Times

Queen's appoints Irish-American businessman as new chancellor: The Irish Times

Thousands expected to take lessons online in Trinity's Irish history class: Irish Examiner, March 17, 2015

Former Irish barman's phenomenal success story celebrated: Irish Independent, February 23, 2015

New memoir 'NYPD Green' recounts ex-cop's tales of 'maddest, baddest' neighborhood: New York Daily News

Irish Roots – Digging the line between them and us: The Irish Times

Patrick Reid was Canada's envoy to the world: Toronto Globe and Mail

Donegal teacher becomes YouTube star with entertaining history lessons: Irish Post

Irish Roots – Viking surnames: The Irish Times

Irish stay wary of Celtic Tiger 2.0 as economic growth surges: Financial Times

Longevity Is Power for Small Irish Protest: Irish America

Shipping container house featured on Grand Designs wins top architecture award: Belfast Telegraph

Altering parade rules is nothing new: Irish Echo

John Duddy – Boxer turned actor stars in The Flood at Belfast's Lyric Theatre: BBC

Irish fans praise Fury after world title triumph: Irish Independent

Gene Kilroy – The Irishman behind the success of Muhammad Ali: Irish Post

Enda Kenny praises diaspora for helping Ireland emerge strong from financial crisis: Irish Examiner

Irish food scene is heating up and makes the country perfect for a culinary road trip: New York Daily News

US politician with local links second-in-line to President Obama: Carlow Nationalist

Irish skilled-trade workers feel 'cheated' by Canada's new immigration rules: Toronto Star

Ireland failed to click with Web Summit – Founder: CNBC

Is the Celtic Tiger really ready to roar again?: Daily Telegraph

Irish Roots - Have Irish surnames stopped changing?: The Irish Times

'Global Irish' forum hit by a crisis of identity: Irish Examiner

Irish ex-pat finds her own way home in Houston: Houston Chronicle

Welcome our special US guests to Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph

For Irish airline Aer Lingus, Bradley International Airport service is about connecting region to all of Europe:

Review – 'Underneath,' an Embrace of Irish Ghosts: New York Times

Irish diaspora is not just an economic resource: The Irish Times

Vancouver Olympics CEO Furlong opens up three years after allegations: Toronto Globe and Mail

Like him or not, O'Leary is walking on air in the smiles-high club: Irish Independent

My family has lived between Ireland and the US for 60 years: The Irish Times

'I own the oldest house in Dublin...':

Kevin Vickers receives the 2015 Order of New Brunswick:

A cabbie's adventures in NYC: Irish Echo

Derry judge brands Snoop a 'misogynist wretch': Irish News, January 17, 2015

Mary McGrory – A Badass Journalist Ahead of Her Time: The Washingtonian

Natives, Irish Find Common Ground Through History Of Being Colonized, Oppressed:, December 17, 2014

New to the Parish – 'We love Dublin. It's like a mini New York': The Irish Times

The hip and trendy Belfast brothers who wouldn't cower: The News Letter, December 31, 2014

The stories of four Irish emigrants home for Christmas: Irish Examiner, December 27, 2014

Car project failed due to naivete and DeLorean's cynicism: The News Letter (Editorial)

North is becoming a cyber-security hub as firms win important contracts: The Irish Times, January 27, 2015

Irish in America are different now – and we need them home: Irish Independent

Diarmaid Ferriter – The advice of Ireland's first celebrity chef is more relevant than ever: The Irish Times

Irish Roots – How Gaelic surnames changed beyond recognition: The Irish Times

University of California at Berkeley to establish Irish Studies programme: BBC

British Open at Royal Portrush to bring €95m boost: The Irish Times

Irish Immigrants Visit Congress to Ask for Rights:

Bob O'Connor – Mysticism and romance mix in modern Ireland: Buffalo News

Robbie Keane embraces life with Galaxy far from Ireland: Los Angeles Daily News

Chris Matthews – Growing up Catholic in Philadelphia: MSNBC

Irish Roots – Norman surnames: The Irish Times

Canada is the north American friend of Ireland we sometimes overlook: Irish Independent

Ireland – Tentative signs that Celtic Tiger is starting to purr again: Australian Financial Review

Paul O'Connell – Captain. Leader. Legend.: Irish Examiner

Irish accents top the list of things British people love most about Ireland: Irish Independent

Irish Roots – Genealogy dug up and mapped: The Irish Times

High-fiving cardinal touches down in Knock with jet full of US pilgrims: Irish Independent

Ireland, Accused of Giving Tax Breaks to Multinationals, Plans an Even Lower Rate: New York Times

Paddy Kielty – 'My uncle was Cold War spy for US in Germany': Irish News

Irish America's Wall Street 50 have a party: The Irish Times

Irish roots – Notebook fills one gap left by lack of Dublin census: The Irish Times

Ireland's oldest twins die within two days of each another at 95: New York Daily News

Loretta Brennan Glucksman receives Irish diaspora award: The Irish Times

Drawing on the strength of the Diaspora: The Irish Times

Fun as Gaeilge – a new board game makes learning Irish easier: The Irish Times

Donegal-born Nobel prizewinner Campbell wants to bring Nobel medal home: Irish Examiner

Michael O'Leary, Ryanair CEO – Growing up in public: Financial Times

Irish Roots – Irish surnames as historical evidence: The Irish Times

Meet Liam Casey – the man behind your Made in China tech: Daily Telegraph

US Republican to propose new Irish working visas: The Irish Times

Quinnipiac honors Ireland Prime Minister Enda Kenny with degree: New Haven Register

Opening doors with an Irish passport: The Irish Times, October 22, 2014

Bringing together the Northern Irish diaspora: Belfast Telegraph

'Cupla focal' in more ways that one: Irish Examiner, November 10, 2014

Irish abroad have played 'major role' in economic recovery: The Irish Times, October 31, 2014

Back to the failure – Belfast's £77 million sports car: The Irish Times, November 22, 2014

'The majority of us won't call Ireland home again': The Irish Times, November 3, 2014

Ireland Vies to Remain Silicon Valley's Low-Tax Home Away From Home: New York Times, November 9, 2014

Irish Roots – But what has FindMyPast done for us lately?: The Irish Times

Stripe – the invisible $5bn start-up powering the internet economy: Daily Telegraph

Watch out US retail – Here comes the luck of the Irish:

Bringing together the Northern Irish diaspora: Belfast Telegraph

Online Catholic parish register records receive 4m hits: The Irish Times

What Chuck Feeney's fistful of dollars did for education: The Irish Times

Mark Little's story is full of daring: Irish Echo

Irish Roots – The achievements of the Digital Repository of Ireland: The Irish Times

Collapse – the fall of Tony O'Reilly: The Irish Times

Still taking the Mick with mile-high profits: Irish Independent

Irish Roots – Freedom of Information and a file on informants: The Irish Times

Microsoft Challenges Warrant for Emails Stored in Ireland: New York Times

Irish relative of dead from 9/11 atrocity still seeks justice: The Irish Times

Irish sport of hurling coming to Fenway Park: Boston Herald

Notre Dame Football Job Requirement – Fiery Spirit, if Not Beard: New York Times

Travel – Hurling in Ireland: The Scotsman

Irish Roots – Post-traumatic summer weather amnesia: The Irish Times

Father of Washington Rose who died cements links with Tralee: The Irish Times

EU probe of Irish tax break could cost Apple $19 billion: San Jose Mercury News

A Passion for Hurling, the All-Ireland Game: New York Times

Irish moss harvest video a social media hit for P.E.I. couple: CBC

Irish Roots – Pushing Irish jelly up a hill: The Irish Times

New York parade leaders like ships in the night: Irish Echo

$300m cable connects New York with Mayo: Irish Examiner

Former PSNI commander in North and West Belfast quits Caribbean job after upsetting locals: Belfast Live

Irish Gambler John McManus Seeks $5.22 Million Tax Refund From IRS:

A Passion for Hurling, the All-Ireland Game: New York Times

Only US congressman with an Irish parent is honoured in Dublin: Irish Independent

Irish Roots – The late, unlamented Certificate of Irish Heritage: The Irish Times

From Irishman to stockman; the gap year that turned into a gap career:, October 29, 2014

The diaspora is a rich resource, not just a cash cow: Irish Independent

What are the Irish in New Zealand so sensitive about?: The Irish Times

Trump and the Irish: Irish Echo

Oughterard golfer proving a major hit on the fairways: Connacht Tribune

Computer genius from Kilkenny briefs top US Army Officials: Kilkenny People

Irish Roots – Online newsreels are a treasure trove: The Irish Times

Irish artist presents Queen with State Visit painting at Buckingham Palace: Irish Post, October 10, 2014

Chance Facebook encounter helps reunite siblings who were forced apart as children at end of World War II – brother sent to Ireland to be adopted while sister remained in Germany: Bray People

New York's Mister Saturday Night fever, all the way from Derry: The Irish Times

Irish Roots – Localised 19th-century Irish surnames: The Irish Times

GAA President appeals to Cork fans who are flying Confederate flag at matches:

Once Broke and Raised By a Single Mom, This Man Now Makes Millions Traveling the World:

The global Irish – Where do they live?: The Irish Times

Waves of emigration leave a legacy of love and loss behind: The Irish Times

Whatever the cynics might say, Ireland is about tech, not tax: Irish Independent, November 6, 2014

Tone of Trichet letter made it clear ECB was calling the shots for Ireland: The Irish Times, November 6, 2014

James Watson – 'In a way, Éamon de Valera made me': The Irish Times

The Catholic Parish Registers Online – Revolutionizing the Search for 19th Century Irish Ancestors:

Guinness has a plan to take on craft beer – and it's working: Business Insider

Upper East Side joint serving city's first Irish beef since 1998: New York Post

Wall Street Journal highlights Obama's Irish mafia: Irish Voice/

Rural region of Ireland turns out for 'second inauguration' during Boston mayor's visit: Boston Globe, September 22, 2014

Walsh lays foundation stone for emigrant centre in Connemara: Boston Irish Reporter, September 26, 2014

Need for British longwave radio service underestimated by RTÉ: Irish Post, October 9, 2014

Irish American tech group spreads wings with angel investment: Irish Echo

Airport passengers learn about Mayo Marine hero: Irish Echo

Macau bets on Irish 'Murphia': Sunday Independent

Irish Roots – Reactions to the National Library's parish registers site: The Irish Times

Tyrone man will soon be Northern Ireland's newest billionaire: Belfast Telegraph

The Early Winner Of The Presidential Election? Stripe: Forbes

Irish Catholics can now trace ancestry online back to 1740s: The Irish Times

No Irish to apply: Irish Echo

Donegal woman is striking a blow with inflatable pub business: Irish Examiner

Bill Tierney – Identity is a complicated issue for everyone: Montreal Gazette

Cold house for Protestants – Northern Ireland minister and his Inuit flock in the Arctic: Belfast Telegraph, September 18, 2014

You can't go home when you've never left: Boston Globe, September 21, 2014

Officials – Multiple daily direct flights between Boston and Ireland key to economic development: Springfield Republican, September 19, 2014

Twitter partners with Stripe to sell products direct from Twitter stream: Irish Voice/, September 8, 2014

Facebook: Sorry – we got it wrong on 'sexy' Molly Malone statue: Irish Independent

Ads telling Irish people to leave Canada spotted in Toronto, everybody confused: CBC

The pluck of the Irish: The Province (Vancouver), November 3, 2014

Irish Roots – List of irregular marriages from 19th-century Dublin published: The Irish Times

Emory U. launches Belfast Group site: Irish Echo

The diaspora 'one of Ireland's strengths', President says: The Irish Times, October 30, 2014

Belfast memorial to former Israel president Chaim Herzog removed:, August 12, 2014

The rules of Irish road bowling: Daily Telegraph, May 28, 2015

Man who thinks he is related to ancient Irish royalty claims – 'I'm King of Kilkenny Castle': Irish Mirror, September 10, 2014

Boston Mayor's Connemara 'homecoming': Connacht Tribune, September 7, 2014

DeLorean memories to be revived at anniversary event: Belfast Telegraph, August 14, 2014

Exploring the New York Irish brand: Irish Echo, August 14, 2014

Brits and Americans are queuing up to get into Ireland:

An international African success story made possible by Irish Christian Brothers: The Irish Times

Portraits bring us face to face with Ireland in the 1970s: Irish Independent, August 7, 2014

Dennis Lehane talks blood and Boston at Free State Festival: Lawrence Journal-World

'My Planter's Burden' – by Brian Spencer:

Irish Roots – The origins of Molly Bloom get curiouser and curioser: The Irish Times

When it comes to smearing the Irish, Australia is the world's serial offender: The Guardian

Financial technology takes a shine to Belfast: Financial Times

State seeks suitable venue for 1916 relatives' event: The Irish Times

Brits and Americans are queuing up to get into Ireland:

Ireland Inc. still a thousand miles from a Cead Mile Failte: Irish Independent

Obama praises Irish woman in speech on immigration reform: The Irish Times

'High Man' warrior makes its mark on ancient site: Irish Independent

The serial con artist who targeted Irish illegals in the US: The Irish Times

Bobby Jindal and Leo Varadkar – The two politicians could not be more different: India Times

Emigration and Ireland – The evolution of how we say goodbye:

NYPD Green, by Luke Waters review: an Irish cop's lively memoir: The Irish Times

The 18th century kiss-and-tell of a Dublin madam: Sunday Independent

What's a few billion between brothers? Stripe's valuation doubles to $3.5bn:

Dublin coffee hub christened 'a must-see before you die' on International list: Irish Independent

Have Irish-language books fallen off the shelf?: The Irish Times

Treasure trove goes online in archives move: Irish Examiner, June 3, 2014

Remembering a father and his son: Irish Echo, July 17, 2014 [ #JFK ]

The Irish 66ers: Irish America

Developing a charter for a new Ireland: Irish Voice/, May 9, 2014

First Global Forum convenes in Dublin: Irish Echo

Irish ambassador glad to see action on immigration: USA Today, December 5, 2014

Irish Roots – Glory be to the Ordnance Survey: The Irish Times

Whiskey galore as Jack Daniels to build €44m Slane Castle distillery: Irish Independent

Global Irish Civic Forum a 'major step' in connecting with diaspora: The Irish Times

Samantha Power – the world's most powerful Irish person?: The Irish Times

Why Martin O'Malley is a very different kind of Irish American politician: Irish Voice/

Fintan O'Toole – Ireland has left 'tolerance' far behind: The Irish Times

Rory McIlroy glory deserves a monument: Belfast Telegraph

Diarmaid Ferriter – Emigrants' voting rights should be extended: The Irish Times

Meet the Irishman who became America's number one hairdresser and Vogue favourite: Irish Independent

Viceroy of Ireland's jewels found in London bank vault: The Irish Times

Winemaker David O'Reilly is at home in the Yakima Valley: Seattle Times

Cork graffiti artist 'has world at his feet': Irish Examiner

Google's man in Ireland presses 'go-faster' button: Sunday Independent

Missionaries created the template on which Ireland's aid programme is built: The Irish Times

Mayor Kevin McKeown Re-Elected At Dem Convention To Irish-American Caucus: Santa Monica Mirror

Barack 'O'Bama' and His Irish-American Advisers:

Area foundation promotes baseball in Ireland, elsewhere: Westchester Journal-News, July 27, 2014

The Punt – Chuck Feeney honoured: Irish Independent, November 8, 2014

The ancient Irish sport of hurling finds a home in Hampton Park:

Religious authorities surprised by success of 'Nuns story' video: The Irish Times

Dublin strikes a chord on global busker chart: Evening Herald

The Belfast boys who made cereal hip: Irish Post

Drink, oppression, and church cast long shadow on Irish soul: Irish Independent, May 6, 2014

Remembering Ireland's forgotten emigrants: Daily Telegraph, June 17, 2014

Irish pride before the fall: Sunday Independent, April 13, 2014

Son of Donegal emigrant elected to US Congress: Donegal Democrat, November 6, 2014

Apple may face multi-billion dollar tax bill: The Irish Times, October 31, 2014

Sr. Marguerite Kelly retires from the Irish Pastoral Centre: Irish Voice/

Cops and robbers in the Big Apple...: Sunday Independent

New film dramatizes Irish woman's work with Vietnamese orphans: The Catholic Sun

A lord's journey through fires... for Henry Mount Charles: Sunday Independent

The best ways to learn the Irish language for free: Irish Voice/

Old words make comeback as Irish dictionary updated: Irish News

Media's demeaning Irish cliches no joke whatsoever: Sydney Morning Herald, May 29, 2014

Veterans honours Navy hero who inspired film: Irish Independent

10 cultural moments that helped define the Irish in Britain: Irish Post

Undocumented Irish in US must 'be brought in from the shadows' – Enda Kenny: Irish Independent, June 5, 2014

Irish Roots – What do we lose when records are digitised?: The Irish Times, October 28, 2014

'The fact Natasha can stand beside me... I can't put into words' – Natasha McShane asked to be fellow attack victim's chief bridesmaid: Irish Independent

Tom Moran's new Belfast post: Irish Echo

A new Irish comity for Capitol Hill: Irish Echo

Examining the connection between the Irish Famine and the 9/11 tragedy: Irish Examiner, September 11, 2014

Ireland's new Land League and the mansion row on millionaires' row: BBC

Rory McIlroy Has the Best Swing in Golf – How far will it take Northern Ireland's onetime child prodigy?: New York Times

Jim Stynes, Demons club champion, immortalised in sculpture outside MCG:, September 17, 2014

Genealogy website restores access to records: The Irish Times

Retired astronaut Hadfield makes giant leap for Irish tourism: Irish Examiner, March 26, 2014

Flying from Mizen to Malin by paramotor makes history: Irish Examiner

Irish-born vintner nurtures love of the land in Yakima Valley: Yakima Herald, April 4, 2014

Our unique relationship with America benefits both countries: Irish Independent, July 5, 2014

US hypocritical in calls for Irish corporate tax reform: The Irish Times, October 27, 2014

Website offers free lessons as Gaeilge: Evening Herald

Walsh to tout plans for 'Belpot' hockey tourney in Belfast: Boston Irish Reporter

Irish Roots – The Other Clare Roots: The Irish Times

Being Irish is a lot like being Southern:

Patrick Quinn – ALS Champion: Irish America

Irish dancer who sought to spread art to Protestants: The News Letter

50 years on and still thriving – Ireland finally unveils statue of legend Arkle: Daily Mail, March 10, 2014

Pair of knights hitchhike to Galway battle site: Irish Examiner

A Comedian Who Delivers in English, Gaelic and Mandarin: New York Times

'The Visitors' – An exploration of love, Emerald Island style: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, August 2, 2014

Entrepreneurs cash in on the rising popularity of St. Patrick's Day: Toronto Globe and Mail

Giving in to the tug of deep Irish roots: CNN, August 20, 2014

Emmett O'Connell – Explorer and Commentator: Irish America

Apple brings hope to Irish town used to exodus: Worcester Telegram

Pulitzer winner tells Irish Women that 'Irishness' is everywhere: Wilkes-Barre Citizens' Voice

Enda Kenny presents Barack Obama with hand-printed Yeats for St Patrick's Day: The Irish Times

Obama remembers 'the great Irish Americans' throughout history in St Patrick's Day speech: Irish Independent

Irish ancestry in US is dwindling, but Massachusetts still has most Irish-folk:

Hiberno-English is part of what makes us Irish – so let's celebrate it!:

New generation embracing the GAA in the USA: The Irish Times

New York Group Tries To Help Irish Baseball Score Big:

Boston bomber hero cop has Galway roots: Connacht Tribune

'Big Irish wake' to honour LAPD officer whose lifelong dream was to visit Ireland: Irish Independent

Hamill – Fire engine will don green berets at St. Patrick's Day Parade for first time since 2005: New York Daily News

Niall O'Dowd calls for 'pressure' on US over Irish illegals: The Irish Times

Irish Roots – Standardised surnames and place names: The Irish Times

We can't take US investors for granted: Irish Examiner

Clancy's Craic – Is the traditional Irish wake under threat from the 21st Century?: Irish Mirror

Five Irish siblings set world record for each living more than a century: The Irish Times

The stellar rise and crushing fall of Tony O'Reilly: The Irish Times

The story behind making the DeLorean prototype: Detroit Free Press

The double life of the Irish consonant: The Irish Times

Cork poet Louis de Paor – Irish language links us write back to our roots: Irish Examiner

We need a new message to connect with the diaspora: Irish Independent, August 6, 2014

Minister says Diaspora may vote for three Irish senate seats: Irish Voice/, July 30, 2014

Walsh returns to Irish shrine he went to as a boy: Boston Globe, September 24, 2014

Father Theodore Hesburgh of Notre Dame dies at age 97:

Irish-American businessman Don Keough dies aged 88: The Irish Times

Don Keough, quite simply the greatest Irish American I have known: Irish Voice/ (by Niall O'Dowd

Ireland Stirs Homegrown Flavor Into Tech Scene: New York Times, January 5, 2014

Risk-free Dublin losing its mojo: The Irish Times, September 22, 2014

Craft brewers 'being held back' by licensing laws: Irish Independent, December 31, 2013

Paris honours Irish who fought, spied and died for France: The Irish Times, October 7, 2014

Great detective work by US cop to track down ancestral Belfast home from one photo: Belfast Telegraph, February 27, 2014

Bob McCann to Be Inducted to Irish America Hall of Fame: Irish America

Sligo businessman awarded Freedom of the City of London: Irish Post

Irish Roots – 1916 and all that: The Irish Times

Oakland Priest Learns Boxing, Gets Large Donation For Church:

Bill Brett's latest captures area's Irish roots: Quincy Patriot Ledger

Pilgrimage to hell – the greatest inhumanity: Tribune Magazine

Hillary Clinton to Be Inducted Into Irish-American Hall of Fame: New York Times

The Irish nuns fighting on the front line against Ebola: Sunday Independent

How a tenacious Kerry cop tracked down 'Son of Sam' serial killer: Irish Independent

A Matchmaker and a Festival Keep an Irish Tradition Alive: New York Times

Aer Lingus – The glory days: Irish Independent

Irish Roots – Long Live the Revolution!: The Irish Times, September 15, 2014

Manannán mac Lir – The tale behind the myth: Derry Journal

5 Reasons To Follow David Feherty:, October 24, 2014

Irish Pluralism On Display: Jewish Week

The self-doubts as a kid that motivated swashbuckling Conor McGregor to UFC success: Irish Independent

New Orleans fundraising for wounded Garda: Irish Echo

Portrush bed and breakfast voted second best in world: The News Letter

John Grenham: Irish Roots – The long and winding road to haystack of needles: The Irish Times

Little-known Camogie remains her sport of choice: Boston Globe, August 24, 2014

High-Tech Tools Help Irish Dairy Farmers Produce More Milk:

Emigrants urged to follow flame home: Irish Examiner, December 14, 2013

Ryanair launches US website, urging Americans to "trade Route 66 for the Wild Atlantic Way": Irish Independent

Cocky, Confident Conor McGregor Is Perfect For The UFC: Forbes, July 17, 2014

When Bobby Charlton played for Waterford United in Ireland: The Guardian

Commentary – Learning Irish:

Buenos Aires-based Irish newspaper celebrate 140 years: Irish Voice/

Aer Lingus to fly pilgrims from New York to Knock for first time: The Irish Times

Aer Lingus – playing Heathrow slots involves big stakes: The Irish Times

Aer Lingus bid raises important issues: Irish Independent

Irish Roots – The revolution will continue in 2015: The Irish Times

American tribal leader is 'healed' by Donegal life: Irish Independent

Rory McIlroy's home town revels in local boy made good: Belfast Telegraph

Father Ray Kelly Talks YouTube Stardom & Balancing the Priesthood With Music: Billboard

'World's first' crisp sandwich shop sells out just two hours after opening:

Belfast-born artist tells of pride at his 12-year 9/11 project: Belfast Telegraph

Spreading the GAA gospel to a truly global audience: Irish Independent

New York's Cardinal Dolan speaks of hope and the Irish in Mullingar: The Irish Times, September 7, 2014

Film 'Siege of Jadotville' to reveal heroism of Irish troops: The Irish Times

Meet the Shannon native who built a $1 billion duty free business in Dubai: Irish Independent

Avoca - from a small mill to empire in Irish retail: Irish Independent

Irish Roots – Surname maps: Ireland remains unique: The Irish Times

Kerry cop's quest for notorious serial killer Son of Sam: Irish Independent

The Irish Voice recognizes Patrick J. Healy as a top Irish educator: Hartford Courant

Historic photograph of Obama's Irish ancestor is discovered: Irish Voice/

Kanye believe it? More tourists came to Ireland after Kim Kardashian's high profile honeymoon here: Irish Mirror

Sister de Sales, Kerry's Football Nun, knows from a life of hard work that All-Irelands are won in Babies Class: Sunday Independent

Don't mind us: Jennifer O'Connell on the marvels of Hiberno-English: The Irish Times

Profile – John C Malone: Daily Business Post

Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary – 'No company has done more in the last 30 years to boost the process of European integration than us': The Independent

Irish Roots – Weird foreign surnames. Like 'Walsh': The Irish Times

Ryanair's Michael O'Leary – 'I was wrong; the customer is always right': Daily Telegraph

Amb. Samantha Power's father died of broken heart after she left for US: Irish Voice/

Google's Legal Problem – It Should Obey The Laws Of Which Country?:

BA pilot wants to fly Aer Lingus: Daily Telegraph

Ghosts of Christmas past – the deep roots of Irish winter traditions: The Irish Times

Homeless Irish man gets his Christmas wish to have dinner at home: New York Daily News

Cúpla focail is helping All Black Mils Muliaina adapt to life with Connacht: Irish Independent

The Ambassador – Samantha Power: Glamour

The Mosaic Culture – Shannon Deegan's 2014 Business 100 Keynote Address: Irish America

Ray O'Hanlon, recipient of the 2014 William Butler Yeats Award: Irish Echo

John Grenham: Irish Roots – Viking society contained very little in the way of humane prisons, flat-pack furniture or Lego: The Irish Times

US ambassador O'Malley speaks on Irish-American odyssey: Sunday Independent

How we laugh at Graeme McDowell's silly accent: Impartial Reporter, October 2, 2014

Frank Browne – the Father of photojournalism: Daily Telegraph

Former Rep. James Walsh named one of world's top 100 Irish business leaders: Syracuse Post-Standard

Meet the six Irish brothers making 20,000 mince pies a day: Daily Telegraph

Seattle Mayor stone mad for West Kerry: The Kerryman

Emigration nation – how Irish in US will benefit from changes to immigration rules: The Irish Times

Irish Roots – Protestants and the Irish Society for Archives: The Irish Times

Lack of federal funding could jeopardize Mitchell Scholarship program: Bangor Daily News

Offbeat ex-Lord Mayor's City Hall portrait is a real diamond: Belfast Telegraph

Biggest digitisation of Irish genealogy records set to begin: Silicon Republic

The American Origins Of The Not-So-Traditional Celtic Knot Tattoo:

Michael O'Leary – 'I'd be more inclined to rob money out of people's pockets': The Irish Times

Inez McCormack – remembering one of our great social justice campaigners: The Irish Times

From the Ballfields to the Battlefields – The Fighting Hickey's:

The courteous voice of Irish sport: The Age (Melbourne)

National Museum seeks to reclaim Celtic festival of Samhain: The Irish Times

Britain trails US in app's number of Irish language learners: Irish Post

Irish Roots – The Mayor of Boston's Family Tree: The Irish Times, September 24, 2014

Irish Roots – Recovering the Great War Dead: The Irish Times

A 'very Irish' film about matters of life and death: The Irish Times

How the fall of Waterford Wedgwood led to Tony O'Reilly's financial ruin: Irish Independent

Hero of Ottawa shooting, Kevin Vickers, is a proud Irish Canadian: Irish Voice/

Ontario, Ireland announce drivers' licence exchange deal: Ottawa Citizen

Irish diaspora 'underutilised' as economic resource – O'Dowd: The Irish Times

Britain's Mary Allen honoured with Presidential Award for exceptional service to Irish abroad: Irish Post

Stripe's mobile technology may sound death knell for PayPal: Sunday Independent

Why celebrating Irish culture in the US is so important: The Irish Times

Daily News columnist and editor Pete Hamill honored with lifetime achievement award: New York Daily News

Irish Roots – Guinness in the blood: The Irish Times

The woman who can stop Ebola, Dr. Nancy Sullivan: Irish Voice/

My Travels – Michael O'Leary: Irish Independent

The Second Half by Roy Keane with Roddy Doyle, review: 'always a conundrum': Daily Telegraph

Irish teens make Time magazine's 'most influential': BBC

Bono – controversial tax laws have brought Ireland the only prosperity it's ever known: The Observer

Ireland, Still Addicted to Tax Breaks: New York Times (Editorial)

Bono hits the right note with tax defence: Irish Independent (Editorial)

Three Irish Americans named as Irish presidential award honorees: Irish Voice/

Willie McKenna of Ireland remembered as true Prince Edward Island ambassador: Charlottetown Guardian

Census reveals scale of NZ Irish population: Irish Echo (Australia)

Rory McIlroy – Nothing has changed. I'm a home bird, the same little boy: The Guardian

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West honeymoon boosted Irish tourism: Irish Voice/

Apple's Special Irish Tax Breaks: New York Times, Sep 30, 2014 (Editorial)

The other side to ex-Man Utd hardman Roy Keane revealed: Daily Express

My beloved Ireland is now dead and gone: Irish Examiner

Tip would've been proud says nephew on Cork visit: The Corkman

Son of New York Irish immigrants wins Nobel Prize for Medicine: Irish Voice/

Irish pols' legacy – Fighting for little guy: Fitchburg Sentinel & Enterprise

Denis O'Brien on Tony O'Reilly, Hillary, Ireland, and making a difference: Irish Voice/

Female aviation pioneer Emily Howell Warner inducted into hall of fame: Denver Post

Irish Roots – Guinness in the blood: The Irish Times

Bill Bratton dedicates portrait of NYPD's only 9/11 female cop victim to 13th precinct: New York Daily News

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh Supports Bringing 2016 Beanpot To Belfast:

Ireland is destination for Seattle mayor's first official overseas trip: Seattle Times

Why Rory McIlroy no longer feels like my little brother says Graeme McDowell as pair tee up for Ryder Cup: Belfast Telegraph

Ireland shows struggling Europe the way ahead: Financial Times (Editorial)

Death of community fixture leaves his black Lab homeless: Toronto Star

UCSC researchers study endangered Irish language: Santa Cruz Sentinel

'The mayor is coming!' Ireland relishes visit by Walsh: Boston Globe

Boston's mayor, Carna's son and the American dream: The Irish Times

More than 1,000 gather at Irish reception for Boston Mayor Marty Walsh:

Battles of the Boyne – making peace with history: Irish Independent

Tullamore Dew returns home after more than 60 years: The Irish Times

Red Hat Acquires FeedHenry To Move Into The Mobile Space:

Faith and begorrah – Ireland makes its case to New Yorkers: The Irish Times

US senator Theresa Murray receives Irish diaspora award: The Irish Times

Irish Roots – The Monica Roberts Collection: The Irish Times

Terry Wogan – 'My father was always bemused by my success': The Observer

Meet the toughest, most fierce creature known to man...the Irish Mammy: Evening Herald

Could Ireland be the one-stop shop for Europe's new online privacy laws?: The Drum

O'Leary's charm offensive helps Ryanair traffic: The Scotsman

Development of 'youth gathering' for diaspora welcomed: The Irish Times

Row over drive for Irish nurses: The West Australian

Rory's place: UTV Internet

It's Kansas, but not as you know it: Irish Echo

C'mere boy – Spider-Man has Rebel roots, like: Irish Examiner

Rory McIlroy on target to enjoy the richest season in golf history: Daily Telegraph

US billionaire snaps up Lough Erne golf course for under $10 million: Irish Voice/

Almost 14,000 begin free online history course at Trinity College: The Irish Times

It's all a bit country as Irish TV goes after a worldwide audience: Irish Independent

Brian Keenan – 'The future is what matters now, not Beirut': The News Letter

It's parish politics as Boston mayor hits Connemara: Irish Independent

Croke Park Classic is already a win for Ireland-born UCF kicker Sean Galvin: Orlando Sentinel

Exploring in Bray, I find Irish fans of American football and much more – Penn State in Ireland: Harrisburg Patriot-News

UCF game in Ireland special homecoming for coach George O'Leary: Orlando Sentinel

Simplicity is still name of the game for Rory McIlroy's ever-present mentor Michael Bannon: Daily Telegraph

Irish nuns who spent lives on the missions had no homes to go to: The Irish Times

Irish Panel to Pick Privacy Regulator With Global Reach: New York Times

Decades after tragedy, Willises cheer stardom of 12 grandchildren: Chicago Sun Times

Irish Roots – Why can't you find your ancestors online?: The Irish Times

Irish Ghosts and Gaelic Greenery: Epoch Times

Flannery O'Connor was 'possibly the most theologically alert writer of the 20th century': The Irish Times

Order of Malta knights Irish man in ancient ceremony: The Irish Times

The mauled Celtic Tiger is ready to roar again: Sunday Telegraph

WWE star Sheamus swaps wrestling ring for the Ring of Kerry...and attracts attention of Leinster stars: Irish Independent

James Brady, the pope and ethnic stereotypes: Los Angeles Times

Saratoga tips hat to Irishman who started it all: Washington Post

Hollywood Pride – The Amateur Career of Rory McIlroy: Golf Monthly

Maine Irish find kin with DNA: Irish Echo

Irish Roots – A rich source of records in Kew: The Irish Times

For peat's sake! Competitors brave 120 yards of muddy water and slime for the 10th Northern Ireland Bog Snorkelling Championship: Daily Mail

David Feherty's career is not just garden-variety: Los Angeles Times

President Higgins brings Ireland and Brittany closer than ever at Festival Interceltique: The Irish Times

Engaging with our diaspora: The Irish Times (Editorial)

Irish Roots – Resurrecting Church of Ireland records: The Irish Times

Privacy activists launch lawsuit against Facebook: Deutsche Welle

Irishman rows the Pacific in 45 days to break record: Evening Herald

Irish Roots – The General Register Office and The Irish Times

Irish bank pursuing Spire developer Garrett Kelleher: Chicago Tribune

The Fightin' Irish? Not when it comes to recession and austerity:

'Ireland is more communist now than Czechs were then...': Sunday Independent

Personal details removed from site over 'identity theft' concerns: The Irish Times

Mayor Walsh plans return to Irish roots: Boston Globe

Obama criticises companies 'magically becoming Irish': Irish Examiner

Google pays €27m corporation tax on €17bn revenue: Irish Independent

Peter McDonagh on fighting for Ireland, doing jail time and dreams of becoming a World Champion: Irish Post

Tony O'Reilly, tycoon who gambled and lost: Financial Times

WPI hosts students from Northern Ireland, which aims to create 20K STEM jobs in six years: Boston Business Journal

CBS Sports' David Feherty on His Mental Illness and Pill-Popping: 'He's Got Every Psychosis There Is': Hollywood Reporter

St. Louis lawyer, Ireland ambassador nominee, answers questions at Foreign Relations hearing: St. Louis Post Dispatch

Edward Fitzpatrick – In Ireland, 80-year-old peace activist's airport protest lands her in prison: Providence Journal

Pub landlord offers up holiday home to 'the forgotten Irish': Irish Post

Move over Garth Brooks – I'm the biggest show in town now: Sunday Independent

Gaelic football and hurling's ruling body accused of selling its soul to Sky: The Guardian

Hamill – Man teaches Irish immigrant father how to read with Daily News: New York Daily News

Ambassador Samantha Power Has Some Career Advice for You: Glamour

Irish Roots – Conga lines of dancing Northern Irish civil servants: The Irish Times

Kardashian tweet adds to golden glow of Northern Ireland self-tanning firm: The Irish Times

Brown – From Irish dairy farm to immigration reform to U.S. citizenship: Chicago Sun Times

Irish Roots – Why Irish administrative areas are so peculiar: The Irish Times

Genealogical research can't link Toledo Mayor Collins, Irish hero Collins: Toledo Blade

Robert Kennedy's widow told Irish priest Jackie letters could be 'burned': The Irish Times

Irish Roots – The Placenames Commission improved by abolition: The Irish Times

2,000 Americans wait to discover truth of their Irish adoptions: Irish Voice/

When in Ireland, Make the Leap: Rocky Mountain Collegian

The kindest place on Earth? IRELAND: Report ranks countries by how much they offer the world – and Libya is at the bottom: Daily Mail

My American Dream, by bike...: Ballymoney Times

Silicon Valley tech startups find a second home in Ireland: San Jose Mercury News

Why is it ok to be racist to the Irish Down Under?: Irish Independent

Northern Ireland is the most successful country ever in World Cup finals: The Irish Times

Second time lucky for Ireland's credit rating?:

Whizzes of Oz – Irish success stories in Australia: The Irish Times

For Some, San Francisco Latino History Began With Irish Songs: Latina Lista

Emigrants in Ireland send back €795 million every year:

Making History Together – Strengthening the U.S.-Irish Relationship:

Ireland Park, haunting memorial to Toronto's Irish immigrants, set to reopen after four year wait: National Post

Boston memorial to Connemara man who helped Irish get visas: Connacht Tribune

Nothing But The Same Old Story – Boston's emigrant experience at one with London: Irish Post

Former billionaire Tony O'Reilly now insolvent: Irish Examiner

Hot Air – Dallas golf announcer David Feherty a driving force in Troops First Foundation: Dallas Morning News

Irish Roots – Records for Bloomsday: The Irish Times

Microsoft in battle with US government over bank account info held in Ireland: Irish Independent

An Irish touchdown in Silicon Valley: The Irish Times

Representing the next generation of the Kennedy clan: The Irish Times

In Ireland, 10 Years of Fresh Air: New York Times

Why Irish America shouldn't expect special treatment on immigration: The Irish Times

Irish writer charts changing attitudes to immigrants: The Irish Times

U.S. Immigration Reform Tops Irish Ambassador's Wish List:

Irish Famine Memorial Fund Having World-Wide Impact: Boston College Chronicle

Kim, Kanye ... Kork? Couple honeymoon in Ireland: Irish Examiner

Cork – there's nowhere better for a Kim and Kanye honeymoon: The Guardian

Irish War Photographer Richard Mosse Awarded Deutsche Börse Prize: Art Slant

'This was destiny' – In Omaha, historian who unearthed Nebraskan's WWII plane discusses its discovery: Omaha World-Herald

Who was Fr Joseph Leonard?: The Irish Times

Las Vegas Hosts Ireland's Top Tech Conference: The Motley Fool

Irish Regulator Finds Himself at Heart of Privacy Debate: New York Times

Captivated by Irish hurling, US soldiers brought it home: Boston Globe

Irish Roots – Pre-1901 censuses launching today: The Irish Times

Papa John's founder: What Irish castles can teach you about running a small business: Washington Post

9/11 survivor says visiting museum will be too painful: Irish Examiner

Irish Roots – Reverse genealogy: The Irish Times

President Michael D Higgins to help US ties in Chicago: Irish Independent

Ryanair opens doors for competitors: The Irish Times

Fear for thousands of jobs as Obama wants to hit our business tax rates: Irish Independent

Boston policeman finds himself on busman's holiday, court hears: Irish Examiner

Flash Boy – Irish telecoms expert a catalyst in unmasking speed trading tactics: The Irish Times

Irish TV bids to woo the diaspora with tractors and song: The Irish Times

Carriages Belong in Central Park (by Liam Neeson): New York Times

The often-forgotten Irish who live on Britain's margins must be remembered too: The Irish Times

Polish say 'go raibh maith agat' for ten years of an Irish welcome: The Irish Times

TV channel for Irish diaspora says it will create 150 jobs: The Irish Times

Why others should be inspired by the late Lord Ballyedmond: Belfast Telegraph (Editorial)

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

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

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

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

'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

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

Tá language barrier agam: Irish Examiner

Is nothing sacred? Trinity scraps Bible from its crest: The Irish Times

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

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

The Lynch mob: The Irish Times

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

Eddie Haughey killed in helicopter crash: The Irish Times

Irish Roots –'s impending monopoly: 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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Ireland to cash in on global agriculture demand: The Scotsman

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

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

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

WWE's The Sheamus Effect: Miami Herald

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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 folklore site allows local Irish history to go global: The Irish Times

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:

Caroline Wozniacki and Rory McIlroy announce engagement: The Guardian

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

GAA chief targets global audience next year: Sunday Independent

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

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

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

Maghera faith healer to get global audience: Mid Ulster Mail

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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)

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

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

Penn State creates buzz in Ireland: Wilkes Barre Times-Leader

Speaking Irish in Ireland, surprising spots to use the 'cupla focal': Irish Voice/

Ryanair boss says his airline must stop upsetting people: The Guardian

'Bang Bang' wouldn't have lasted long on the streets of New York: Sunday Telegraph

Irish Roots – The Irish DNA Atlas – mapping our genealogy: The Irish Times

100 moments of the Irish in Britain: Irish Post

Why Companies Like Google Love Irish People: Business Insider

Newry united in grief – £38,000 raised in Kevin Bell fundraiser: Newry Times

Found – 24-carat gold De Lorean made in Belfast at the height of the Troubles: Belfast Telegraph

Irish Roots – The cost of tracking the McSoaps: The Irish Times

Irish entrepreneurs relish U.S. retreat: Irish Echo

Narrative of Anglo's demise comes with faulty guarantee: The Irish Times

Irish Lilliputs square up to fight British wind giants: Daily Telegraph

Looted Irish treasures recovered in England: Belfast Telegraph

John Ford's Portraits of Loss and Redemption: New York Times

Are The EU And IMF Bullying Ireland?:

I'll take my Guinness with a twist! The heartwarming new advert for Ireland's black gold that comes with a surprise ending: Daily Mail

How Ryanair documentary is good news for Geldof: Irish Independent

Average height of Irish men is 8cm taller than 100 years ago: The Irish Times

In Focus – Sean Muldoon: Belfast native and owner and manager of Dead Rabbit Grocery and Grog in Manhattan: Irish Voice/

Conference to explore potential to rejuvenate Dublin's five Georgian squares: The Irish Times

CSO – One person emigrates from Ireland every six minutes: Irish Independent

Brian O'Driscoll confirms retirement at the end of the season: Irish Independent

On the same page – US President Jimmy Carter and Eddie Mahon: Derry Journal

Remembering Art Rooney Sr. / A father's heirlooms still cherished: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Can An Irish Start-up Challenge Starbucks?: Forbes

More Irish coming to Australia than ever before, according to Immigration figures:

Boston's Irish Immigrants Push For Comprehensive Immigration Bill:

Sir Terry Wogan – 'These days I'm Terry No Mates': Daily Telegraph

Head of the CIA turns up at Gathering event in Roscommon: The Irish Times

An Irish priest who found love in Peru: Irish Independent

The puppy farm that melted A-list hearts: Hollywood actors flock to sheepdog breeder's isolated Ireland estate: Daily Mail

CBS golf analyst Feherty often off color, never out of bounds: Buffalo News, August 6, 2013

Dan Rooney / A new responsibility: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Niall O'Dowd – Let's build on success of The Gathering and hold it every two years: Sunday Independent

Probably the best barmen in the world: Irish News

Irish Rover and his wife live their dream: Vancouver Sun

The Irish DO drink more than everyone else, with single-sex schools, cricket clubs and family gatherings to blame: Daily Mail

EU presidency's cultural offerings break away from stereotypical Irishness: The Irish Times

US officer relieved at return of top camera equipment he left on Dart: Irish Examiner

Sanitation worker Ed Shevlin sick of picking American flags out of trash cans: Irish Voice/

Global battle to be the High King of Ireland: Irish Examiner

Forbes Magazine apologizes for calling Irish president an 'acknowledged homosexual': UTV Internet

Irish Roots – a missed opportunity?: The Irish Times

In This Kind of Bowling, the Lanes Have Cars: Wall Street Journal

Congressional support to continue funding US-Irish scholarship programme: The Irish Times

Irish-American lobbyist criticises visa inaction: Irish Examiner

False teeth in Kerry pub lost and found: Irish Independent

Godless funerals thrive in 'post-Catholic' Ireland: Washington Post

The Celtic Tiger Is Dead. Long Live The Celtic Tiger.: Huffington Post

Web giants Facebook and Google are making the right connection with Dublin staff: Belfast Telegraph

Local man hailed a hero in Canada blaze: Meath Chronicle

The grass is getting greener... Ireland bring brightness to New York community hit by Hurricane Sandy: Daily Mail

US Navy captain recalls 'love affair' with Derry: Derry Journal

Irish Roots – which sites provide free family-tree services?: The Irish Times

Oisín 'treated like a celebrity' on Canadian trip: Irish Examiner

The Gathering – was Gabriel Byrne right to call it a shakedown?: The Irish Times

Exercising his independence – Man, 99, heading to Ireland: Metro West Daily News (Framingham, MA)

New York GAA marching to the beat of their own unique drum: The Irish Times

World record Riverdance as more than 2,000 dance through Dublin streets: The Independent

Reaching out to Ireland's Jewish diaspora: The Irish Times

Northern Irish people! It's time to reclaim our god-awful accent: New Statesman

Limerick mining emigrants remembered: Limerick Post

Ireland's approach to diaspora 'old-fashioned, condescending': The Irish Times

Descendants of famine emigrants flock to Maynooth: Irish Independent

Sydney gears up to honour Irish famine refugees: IrishEcho (Australia)

Traditional Irish roof thatcher puts Meadowlands reeds to work:

Pattern Mass – a centuries-old tradition carved in stone: The Irish Times

Irish bull – Loyalty meant zip to rat: Boston Herald

I Do Wish People Would Get Apple's Irish Tax Deal Right:

Barack Obama 'causes a fuss' in Belfast: BBC

Irish boy who found "message in a bottle" tours Quebec: Montreal Gazette

New Aer Lingus routes to San Francisco and Toronto take off next year: Irish Independent

Coogan's co-owner Peter Walsh set to release original song collection, 'Macombs Dam Bridge': New York Daily News

'Conned' – a German view of Ireland: The Irish Times

Bill O'Reilly – Immigration reform is possible: Palm Springs Desert Sun

Francie the farmer becomes German sensation: Irish Examiner

Cúpla focal fly in Australian parliament: IrishEcho (Australia)

We are ourselves the most persistent purveyors of the image of the drinking Irish: The Irish Times

Scariff priest built friendship with Mandela: Clare Champion

Eamon Delaney – Irish refuge for whistleblower Snowden? Don't hold your breath: Irish Independent

Check Out Google's Crazy Office In Dublin, Ireland (GOOG):

The Anglo Tapes, The Guarantee And Ireland's Economic Crisis:

Bounced into the bank bailout: The Irish Times (Editorial)

Mrs Obama and girls treated to Bono, fish and chips and a pub lock-in: The Irish Times

Sasha and Malia bored in Ireland and Clare Daly's rant about Obama "war criminal": Irish Voice/

Bruff's day as Kennedys trace family's 'better half': The Irish Times

'Rose Kennedy – The Life and Times of a Political Matriarch ' by Barbara A. Perry: Washington Post

New Tape Recordings Reveal Brazen Chicanery At Irish Bank That Soaked Its Nation And The EU:

New York City's iconic "Mosaic Man" gets boost from unlikely partner:

G8 leaders dine on Northern Ireland delicacies: BBC

'Message in a bottle' Waterford boy embarks on trip of a lifetime to Canada: Irish Independent

Schumer visa plan – A new path for Irish immigrants: Westchester Journal News

A window on life in the west before the Famine: The Irish Times

Happy, witty Jill was the glue that held it all together: Sydney Morning Herald

'Kennedy Lamp' carried onto shore in New Ross: Irish Independent

Kennedy clan sprinkles magic over New Ross for opening of homestead: The Irish Times

Who's Irish? New Report Says Jackie O Was Jackie O' And Kennedys Eat Your Hearts Out:

Barack Obama – I couldn't wait to get back to Ireland: Irish Independent

The Obamas' holiday checklist – cameras, midge cream, media overkill: The Irish Times

Melanie McDonagh – Why everyone wants to claim Irish roots: London Evening Standard

Jews in Ireland – A Small But Vibrant Community Hopes to Leave Its Mark on Ireland and the World: Huffington Post

Who will set us free of the bogus Irishness of craic?: The Irish Times

Michael Collins, long-serving Irish ambassador, prepares a farewell to Washington: Washington Post

Michelle's Beautiful Day – First Lady and her daughters bring Irish village to a standstill as they meet Bono for lunch in a bar: Daily Mail

Fury over tax exile Bono's Obama date: Irish Sun

Obama's cousin Henry to be a Rose of Tralee escort: Evening Herald

Irish-born scientist to receive knighthood: RTE

Exclusive insider story of DeLorean scandal: The News Letter

Irish Roots: Is the 1926 census out of reach?: The Irish Times

'A roomful of Paddies, a free bar and the future king of England. It's going to be messy': The Irish Times, March 20, 2013

McIlroy might be becoming an American hero: Philadelphia Daily News

Cheers to first Irish consul: Halifax Chronicle Herald

A crime that shook our city: The Age (Melbourne)

Did the Irish really invent American slang?: Montreal Gazette

The strange death of Romantic Ireland: The Irish Times, August 30, 2012fs

What Americans in Ireland find different about the Irish – what makes the people of Ireland unique: Irish Voice/

Rathowen Gathering wants Springsteen: Westmeath Examiner

Kevin Barry wins Impac literary award: The Irish Times

Samantha Power appointed as US envoy to UN: The Irish Times

Patricia Sheridan's Breakfast With ... Sean Hannity: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Honest thief tries to return stolen bike to its owner: Irish Independent

New York Irish Echo publisher Mairtin O Muilleoir is the new Lord Mayor of Belfast: Irish Voice/

Ireland is not – and has never been – a tax haven: The Irish Times

5,000 Irish Americans gather to help Rockaway recover from Hurricane Sandy – An Irish festival in a suffering parish brings the community back together again: Irish Voice/

Billionaire Gates gives €77k to Irish research: Evening Herald

How Apple first landed in Ireland: The Irish Times

Bringing to life the forgotten secrets of Dungannon's most influential historical figure: Tyrone Times

German TV to film Healy-Rae's rural 'passion': Irish Examiner

Queues 'going out the door' for Italian fish and chip day: The Irish Times

Rooney appointed chairman of Irish American University Executive Committee: Cape Gazette

Lord Mayor of Dublin: The Mansion House is haunted: Irish Sun

Craic, community and chance. Why Ireland is the number one place to start up in Europe:

Hundreds get down and dirty at annual mud race event in Portadown: Belfast Telegraph

Spitfire and B-17 part of Dublin city flypast: The Irish Times, May 15, 2013

Hero kayaker battles currents with broken paddle to save trio: Irish Independent

Cousin Henry's snap from Obama family album: Evening Herald

What Irish America could teach the world about putting the diaspora to work: The Irish Times

He's the talk of football but remains an enigma ...who is Martin O'Neill?: Belfast Telegraph

Brian P. Burns – Art Collector & Benefactor: Irish America

Americans scoop up 'bargain' Irish mansions: Irish Examiner

Not a blacksmith, an Irish poet priest in Camden still works the bellows following an old farmer's philosophy: Irish Voice/

Drama could turn into a major worry for McIlroy: The Irish Times, March 2, 2013

Ireland captain Keane reveals identity of famous relative... (and he's even more well known than legendary United namesake Roy): Daily Mail

Relatives of Ned Kelly gather for family reunion in Tipperary: Irish Independent, May 18, 2013

Robbie Keane hasn't gone all Hollywood just yet: The Irish Times

Goodwill of Irish diaspora should not be taken for granted, conference told: The Irish Times

Meet the stars (and stripes) of the future . . .: Irish Independent

How mysterious Kevin McGeever made his millions in the murky world of global property: Irish Mail on Sunday

Liam Collins: A high-stakes battle of Ferguson, Magnier and JP McManus: Sunday Independent

Cork musician to receive award from Prince Charles: The Irish Times

In Focus: Paul May – Fulbright scholar living in New York, originally from Dublin: Irish Voice/, February 10, 2013

Why austerity-struck Ireland is back in favour: Independent on Sunday

Michelle Obama set to visit Republic: The Irish Times

For Friars, Finding Renewal by Sticking to Tradition: New York Times

Australian doctor takes part in Famine attic memorial in honour of her Great Great Grandmother: Leitrim Observer

London Irish group calls for emigrant vote: IrishEcho (Australia)

Population could top pre-Famine levels by 2046: Irish Examiner

Begorrah! Paddy's Day festivities worth €121m to economy: Irish Independent

Northern Ireland tributes to Sir Alex Ferguson: BBC

Irish Legacy of Leniency on Mortgages Nears an End: New York Times

The Branding of Rory McIlroy: New York Times

My pride by Ulster cousin of girl hailed hero after Boston bomb horror: Belfast Telegraph

Irish haulier family will make $1bn from sale of its global business: Belfast Telegraph

Family celebrates life of boxing legend Tony Byrne:

Race you to the aisle! 750 brides cross Derry bridge to beat world record: Daily Mail

Pope launched sainthood case for Argentine priests: Bradenton Herald

Wildlife pioneer broke new ground on our TV screens: Irish Independent, January 29, 2013

The Sound of Music – A Belfast nun's story: BBC

Saltiness of world's oceans measured by NUI Galway instrument: The Irish Times

Ireland outraged as 'gloating property developer' escapes debts: The Independent

Limerick musician taught boy killed in Boston bombings: Limerick Leader

Thousands join forces to keep war artifacts in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph

There's no shortage of vivacity at a proper Irish wedding: Sunday Telegraph

Dan Rooney settles into new role with Steelers: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Our Paddy strikes oil in US: Belfast Media

Journalist who snared Lance Armstrong earns redemption on a biblical scale: The Herald

Businessman will fly Kennedy clan to Ireland for JFK anniversary visit: Irish Independent

Taoiseach Enda Kenny will address grads at Boston College at May 20 commencement: Boston Irish Reporter

Tributes paid to ginger-haired boy immortalised in John Hinde postcard: The Irish Times

Diaspora Centre plans: Irish Independent

Art project set to commemorate first Irish immigrants: Irish Examiner

JFK's daughter joins homestead celebrations: Irish Independent

Flatley, Tóibín to mark Kennedy visit anniversary: Irish Examiner

Graveyards Worth Whistling Past: The Irish Times

Website aims to answer questions about our past:

Irish cousins reeling over family's tragic loss: Irish Independent

'First and foremost, read the regulations!':

Judge Judy lays down the law – follow the US by putting cameras into Irish courtrooms: Irish Independent

Joyce family split over error on new coin: The Irish Times

Cablevision CEO by day and happy musician by night – Jim Dolan on his varied career and Irish roots: Irish Voice/

Former boxer turned actor John Duddy stars in new Bon Jovi music video: Irish Voice/

Irish Folk Furniture – An Interview With Tony Donoghue: Irish America

From the White House to the CIA – the Irish who now run America: Irish Independent

US Congress group speak out on undocumented Irish: The Irish Times

An Irish Sport Gains Popularity in Toronto: Torontoist

Decision due on controversial Irish fish farm: Deutsche Welle

Crystal bowl puts master engraver Sean on top of world: Irish Examiner

Where does the shamrock go?: The Irish Times

Sole resident of Inishfree Island leaves for good: The Irish Times

Commissions sought for Vietnam Veterans Memorial: Clare Champion

Telling forgotten Kelly story: The Border Mail

BC Must Take Advantage Of McAleese's Presence: The Heights (Editorial)

Ireland – Australia is the land of plenty for the biggest wave of Irish emigrants in a generation: The Observer

G-Mac takes a swing at US restaurant business: Coleraine Times

Irish Roots – a new portal: The Irish Times

Steelers owner Dan Rooney to be inducted into the Irish American Hall of Fame: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Mary Kenny: The loss of our traditional Holy Week is a victory for consumerism: Irish Independent

Mary Robinson Doesn't Need to Be Popular: New York Times

Last lunch menu for 'Titanic' first-class passengers goes on display in Belfast: The Irish Times

Ever Green – 10 ways to live like the Irish in Massachusetts: Boston Globe

Celtic comeback: How Enda Kenny is selling Ireland: The Irish Times

Mary McAleese Named Visiting Scholar at BC:

After the Storm, a City Full of Stories: New York Times

Breezy Point Irish united in building for the future: Irish Examiner

A St. Patrick's gift from the Irish nation to Breezy Point after Sandy – Irish leader Enda Kenny visits as embattled community fights back: Irish Voice/

Obama visit to Republic unlikely around G8 summit in June: The Irish Times

Patrick set for NFL stardom – thanks to his Gaelic football roots: Irish Independent

US dog mistakenly flies to Ireland: Sunday Independent

Six decades of shamrock in the White House: The Irish Times

Newcomers from Ireland find fellowship, if not a pot of gold, on St. Patrick's Day: Toronto Star

St Patrick's Day in Douglas, Ontario: The Irish Times

Kenny first world leader to visit Freedom Tower: Irish Examiner

Irish living here illegally for years hope immigration reform moves forward. Many of them call Woodlawn, the Bronx home: New York Daily News

An Irish-American daughter finds herself at home in Ireland: Cleveland Plain Dealer

Priest treasures letter sent from Pope Francis, Cardinal Bergoglio: BBC

Pope Francis's unexpected encounter with an Ulsterman: Daily Telegraph

Trinity made 'me more intellectually mature', says senior US senator Cochran: The Irish Times

The Irish-American population is seven times larger than Ireland: Washington Post

The Irish are not a punchline: New York Daily News

St Patrick's imprint on the landscape is brought into focus: Belfast Telegraph

How to celebrate St. Patrick Day – Ignore it: Washington Times

Blessed St. Patrick, forgive us: Baltimore Sun

The resilience of Ireland: Ottawa Citizen

Boom Over, St. Patrick's Isle Is Slithering Again: New York Times

Still smiling – Father and daughter recount friendship with man who penned 'Irish Eyes': Scranton Times-Tribune

Duchess in red – Is Kate is related to Chris de Burgh with links to Irish aristocracy and 14th Century royalty?: Daily Mail

The Darkness of an Irish Morning: New York Times (by John Patrick Shanley)

Koch's Touch of the Irish: New York Times

'Tá Éire fíorálainn' – First ever tweet sent as Gaeilge from space: Irish Independent

Rory McIlroy sells his Northern Ireland home: BBC

Thrilling account from Lebanon front line: Irish Independent
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Ireland – A world of leprechauns and land-hungry bullies: Irish Independent

Selling the next big tech idea to America: The Irish Times

How Irish nurses helped make the NHS the envy of the world: Irish Independent

O'bama – The President celebrates Irish-Americans: Washington Times

A heady brew of Belfast's spiritual history: Belfast Media, April 15, 2012

Nun, 76, set for giant leap of faith from the heavens: Irish Examiner

Irish Government Apologizes in Laundry Scandal: New York Times

Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland honors Dacey​​:

Great Famine spud returns after almost 170 years: The Irish Times

Irish immigrant, here since 1920s, dies 4 weeks shy of citizenship: Chicago Tribune

How a Dublin policeman captured Shanghai: The Irish Times

River Hill music tech instructor named national Teacher of the Year: Baltimore Sun

Enda Kenny to make opening address to new Ireland TV channel in US: Londonderry Sentinel

Fermanagh cleric's links to Richard III: Impartial Reporter

Sound of silence: Irish Examiner, March 19, 2012

A skull is found, but grandfather's disappearance remains a mystery: Toronto Star

My 3 years as a child slave in a workhouse run by sadistic nuns: The Sun

A social snapshot of Ireland: The Independent, March 19, 2012

Ireland, it's at our darkest moment that the fight back begins: The Independent, October 30, 2012

Ireland's Celtic Tiger Rising From the Ashes:

Death of the genius who transformed City 'bible' – Padraic Fallon loses cancer battle aged 66: Daily Mail, October 15, 2012

Patrick's legacy not good enough for Guinness: Irish Examiner

Sober St Patrick's Day returns to New York and spreads to Belfast: Irish Voice/

The Great and Forgotten Jem Carney and his 74-Round War with Jack McAuliffe:

'Ryanair, you just screwed everything' – What Dublin Airport flight controller told airline after plane forced jets to abort landing: Daily Mail

Tribute event remembers Inez McCormack: Belfast Telegraph

Space station says hello to Ireland as Gaeilge: The Irish Times

Irish getting early foot in visa door: Irish Echo

The Ed Koch years in the Bronx – 'Cut and Run in the Bronx' by John Liam Shea: Irish Voice/

The Republic of Ireland and the Irish Roman Catholic Church subsidise anti-semitism: Daily Telegraph

Double identity – the complex world of the Irish in Britain: The Irish Times, October 27, 2012

'I do not want to see water for a long time': Irish Examiner, February 28, 2012

John Ivison – Jim Flaherty wants to see balanced budget 'through to the finish,' but will he?: National Post

An Irish councillor wants special licences for rural drunk drivers. What would Flann O'Brien say?: The Independent

Concordia's Irish studies program a Canadian first: Montreal Gazette

Archbishop's family links with Ireland: The News Letter

Gallagher Initiative asks what became of elderly Irish emigrants: BBC, May 20, 2012

£156m: How much Rory McIlroy is being paid to be the new face of Nike: Belfast Telegraph

Obama ancestor's book turns pages of history: The Irish Times

Case history of Belfast returns to family: BBC, November 11, 2011

Reality show aims to make the cúpla focal sexy: Irish Examiner, January 12, 2012

Limerick link to Obama oath [John Roberts]: Limerick Leader

Talk First To The Irish About Infinity. And No Maya Nor Incas Need Apply. They Are Juniors At The Solstice After All.:, December 21, 2012

Ireland is embedded deep in the DNA of its diaspora: The Irish Times

Dutch honour for retired Irish-born astronomer who ran Leiden Observatory: The Irish Times, March 30, 2012

Life after Ireland's bailout: BBC

A Secret World Within Irish Pubs Awaits – If You Blend In:

Cupla Focail goes online! New English-Irish translation website officially launched: Irish Voice/

Obama's new chief of staff has strong Irish links: Irish Examiner

Gold coins from 17th century found in pub: Irish Independent

Liberty's $150m man: Irish Independent, April 14, 2012

Irish company hits pay dirt flogging soil to Americans: Sunday Independent

Drawing back the veil: Irish Examiner, December 10, 2011

Just Saying film hits a nerve with Irish emigrants: Irish Post

Irish council approves motion to allow rural drink-driving:

La Liga set for taste of Monday night Gaelic football: Irish Independent

Ireland's secret for surviving austerity: emigration: Washington Post

Ireland a top breeding ground for airline chief executives worldwide: Irish Independent, November 10, 2011

Belfast leaders get inspired in Dumbo: Irish Echo, March 28, 2012

Obama visit planned to honour JFK anniversary: Irish Independent

The Insider – Whistleblower Emma O'Reilly on her astonishing time with sport's biggest drug cheat: Daily Mirror

Celtic metamorphosis: The Economist

No job. No papers. No going home: The Irish Times

Irish masseur may sue over Armstrong's 'alcoholic whore' jibe: Irish Independent

A modern Book of Kells? Making 'The Great Book of Ireland': The Irish Times

Ned Kelly should be buried with minimum fuss where his family sees fit: The Australian

Christmas with the Clintons – When Bill and Hillary came to Belfast in 1995: BBC

Daughter to mark 50th anniversary of JFK's visit by hosting Kennedy reunion: The Irish Times

'Irish Emigrants Speak Up' – initiative calls on 'brain drain' generation to share stories through video: Irish Voice/

Queue at Toronto's Irish shop 'will be longer than dole queue at home': Irish Examiner

Injecting jobs into Ireland – what Botox and Viagra have done for us: The Irish Times, January 14, 2012

Stynes Bridge construction set to begin soon:

John Joe Nevin, the hero of Mullingar: Financial Times

David McWilliams – Corporation tax sleight of hand will turn us into world pariahs: Irish Independent, December 4, 2012

Let Ireland succeed: Financial Times (Editorial)

And on the second day... [Sandy]: Irish Echo, December 4, 2012

It's just another day in Holywood as local star crowned world's top golfer: Irish Independent, March 6, 2012

How I staged the greatest fireworks displays never seen: Sunday Telegraph, November 5, 2011 (by Terry Wogan)

Distance not an obstacle for Irishman in race to top: Irish Independent, July 14, 2011

The Irish Voice – 25 years later, the battle for immigration reform and the vibrant Irish community in New York: Irish Voice/ (Editorial)

Review – Three famines: Starvation and politics:, September 6, 2011
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More tales of an American's love affair with Ireland: Sunday Independent, September 11, 2011
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DMV manages the cúpla focal: Irish Echo, April 18, 2012

Mary Robinson on her remarkable Irish presidency: The Scotsman, December 7, 2012

Carving out the most personal of touches: The News Letter, July 6, 2011

'Good Samaritan' facing deportation from Australia: Irish Independent, December 4, 2012

Australia hails Northern Ireland angel who rescued toddler: Belfast Telegraph, December 4, 2012

Answering Ireland's hardest phone calls: Irish Echo (Australia), July 12, 2011

Who do you think you are?: Irish Examiner, October 15, 2011

McDowell's win caps a record year for Ireland's tour players: The Irish Times

Sharon O'Reilly continues running career at Bucknell: Northern Valley Suburbanite

The American Ireland Fund to give $250,000 to Sandy victims: Irish Voice/

Hillary – Countries could learn from the Irish: Irish Examiner

Vatican praises new song released by Dundalk singer and Dolan brothers: Dundalk Democrat

Bond investor takes big punt on Ireland: Financial Times

Italians find Google's Irish tax 'sandwich' indigestible: PCWorld.idg

How I finally learned to start loving myself again: Evening Herald

Notre Dame football program has deep roots in Ottawa: Ottawa Citizen, November 9, 2012

Which famous Torontonian is also Ireland's richest person?: Toronto Life, May 1, 2012

GAA must reach out to world: Irish Independent

Mike Ryan, perhaps the "principal pioneer" of Seattle soccer, died last week at age 77:

A Neglected Irish Estate, but With a Lake View: New York Times, November 22, 2012

Ireland needs Irish America's help more than ever says top business leader: Irish Voice/, September 30, 2012

The Law Closes In On The Richest Man In Ireland--The Billionaire Mighty Quinn:

Blame and shame in Ireland over financial crisis: BBC

Irish man stranded on icy peak builds igloo to survive: Irish Examiner

Luck of the half-Irish: Evening Herald, July 28, 2012

Coogan refused permission to enter the United States: The Irish Times

Liverpool's Irish links celebrated: The Irish Times

NYC cabbie John McDonough and Brit star Richard Hammond have rough ride on 'Crash Course': New York Daily News

Ireland is a terrible beauty – a lot of damage has been done to our country: Sunday Independent

Awards salute 'sacrifice' of diaspora: The Irish Times

Irish charms keep U.S. giants sweet for now:

An Irishwoman in Washington:

Rory McIlroy is PGA's player of the year by a mile, so what's next?:

Rory – The best is yet to come: Sunday Independent

Japanese pensioner spent 14 years copying Book of Kells: Irish Voice/

Irish groups coming to aid Superstorm Sandy victims in Rockaways: New York Daily News

We must utilise our status as 51st state of US: Irish Examiner

Irish in London live in isolation from each other: The Irish Times

Radio silence of Irish in London a missed opportunity for ex-pats: Irish Independent

Friend of Ireland, North and South, whose Kerry roots ran deep: The Irish Times

Bill's return visit, but without 40,000 fans: Sunday Independent

Rory McIlroy is PGA's player of the year by a mile, so what's next?:

Ireland's 2013 Gathering celebrates all things Irish: Toronto Sun

Defying all the odds – The blind man who became paralysed after falling out of second-floor window learns to walk again: Daily Mail

It's 'Book of Kells' – the coffee table version: Irish Independent

James Joyce's Ulysses to be finally staged in Dublin: Daily Telegraph

Diaries of Bobby Sands republished in Colin Firth's new "The People Speak" project: Irish Voice/

How a Galway Pub Led to a Skyscraper: New York Times

GPA chief Farrell calls on GAA to bring big games Stateside: Irish Examiner

Heritage certificates at €40 fail to woo reluctant Irish diaspora: The Irish Times

Arrest ends businessman's quest for slice of Facebook: Sunday Independent

Making our mark globally is key to boosting growth: Belfast Telegraph

When an education means emigration: The Irish Times

Ryanair sketches plan to dominate Europe's skies: The Independent

Gabriel Byrne describes The Gathering as 'a scam': Irish Echo (Australia)

The Celtic Invasion: why the arrival of hundreds of Irish construction workers benefits Toronto's building boom: Toronto Life

Sobering lessons for young Irish abroad: Irish Examiner

Moneygall pub 'inundated' in election run-up: The Irish Times

Election fever grips Barack's Irish home: Irish Independent

Titanic owners pressed for fewer lifeboats – papers reveal: Belfast Telegraph

Ray Geaney: Halloween rich in spirited traditions: Buffalo News

Beatles break-up attorney, Aon chief counsel: Chicago Sun Times

Customers Enjoy Clearing U.S. Customs at Shannon Airport: Aviation International News

Ultimate downfall – Ireland's former richest man, billionaire Sean Quinn, is jailed as judge tells him he has only himself to blame: Daily Mail

After Mrs. Merkel's Irish Jig, Are Ireland's Problems Solved?:

'Message in a bottle' girls inundated with media calls: Montreal Gazette

I'm glad I was able to see rugby on my overseas trip: Florida Times-Union

Amongst the Irish women in London: Irish Independent, July 16, 2011

Ireland's 'Celtic comeback' is a myth: Toronto Globe and Mail

Fracking would help lure US firms to Ulster, says foreign policy expert: (from the Belfast Telegraph)

New Dublin to NY daily flights: The Irish Times

G'day guard – the Irish emigrants joining Australia's police force: The Irish Times

Big year for golf inspires Northern Ireland to increase tourism targets: Belfast Telegraph, March 10, 2012

Michigan Democrats – 'Irish females' will win the state Supreme Court elections: Washington Examiner

Digging deep for Obama in his ancestral land: Irish Independent

Champion Rudisha and Br O'Connell to visit schools: Irish Examiner

Roy Keane – the Tony Soprano of Old Trafford:
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David Walsh: 'It was obvious to me Lance Armstrong was doping': Press Gazette

American chat legend Conan back 'home' for capital tour: Irish Independent

Brits benefit from price collapse over the Irish Sea: Independent on Sunday

He's an armchair traveler via friends and their stories: Boston Globe, June 26, 2011

Successful conference focuses on growing transatlantic ties: Irish Echo, June 8, 2011

Making waves with our traditional boats: Irish Examiner, January 28, 2012
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F.ounders takes tech world to the pub: Financial Times

Texters charged extra for using Irish accents or symbols: The Irish Times

New online migrant network to help on the home front: Belfast Telegraph

Bowled over in Ireland: The Australian

Are Koreans The Irish Of Asia? Here's A Case:

From defection to redemption in Castro's Cuba: BBC

And what time do you call this, Rory McIlroy?: Sunday Telegraph

Free golf trip for wounded US troops: The Irish Times

Ireland 'close to oil billions': BBC

The Mighty Irish Fall and Fall: Forbes

Lise Hand – Token of gratitude for modest hero who 'chucked' away €5bn: Irish Independent

When the reds turned green – Mao poster reveals Irish link: The Irish Times

Belleek goes for top dollar: Irish Echo

Legerdemain in Dublin: New York Times

Refugee doco scoops gong: Irish Echo (Australia), June 27, 2011

New cable channel to screen culture year's top events in US: Belfast Telegraph

'Blasphemy' backlash spreads to Dublin as Muslims march on Google headquarters: Irish Independent

Euro crisis even staggers Irish pubs: USA Today

Irish leader Enda Kenny accused of being rude to Pope Benedict: Irish Voice/

Interview – Mary Robinson: The Spectator

Ireland's gaelic football final – It's not about the money: Alaska Dispatch

The Republican's 'The Irish Legacy – A History of the Irish in Western Massachusetts' goes on sale: Springfield Republican

Reckoning in Irish Court for a Tycoon in Disgrace: New York Times

The reluctant billionaire: Financial Times

Bill Gates credits Chuck Feeney with inspiring his philanthropy and giving: Irish Voice/

An Irish Voice 25 years later – New York newspaper celebrates major anniversay: Irish Voice/

Vacationer Holds Up North End Bakery at Knife Point to Steal a Cannoli:

Soldiering through the US Gaelic league: The Irish Times

Mary Rose McGeady, Nun Who Led Youth Homes, Dies at 84: New York Times

In Ruined Apartments, a Symbol of Ireland's Fall: New York Times

How New York Times pictures Ireland: The Irish Times

Che lust for Irish girls: The Sun

Massive demand for newly issued Michael Collins coins in Ireland: Irish Voice/

Why the Diaspora embraces Ireland and why Ireland should embrace it back: Irish Voice/

Ottawa businessman to receive new Presidential Distinguished Service Award from the Irish government: Ottawa Citizen

Mitchells are far more than a line item: Irish Echo

French minister has strong Irish links: The Irish Times

Irish President honours Stynes: IrishEcho (Australia)

Irish universities honour philanthropist Chuck Feeney: BBC

US candidate's Kilkenny link: Kilkenny People

'Irish' US general follows Yeats on unity: The Irish Times

A proud, emotional homecoming: The Irish Times

Eight charities receive total of €121,500 from Notre Dame rally: The Irish Times

American football in Dublin – "It's the diaspora economy, stupid": The Independent

Universities honour their 'Renaissance man' Feeney: The Irish Times

Striking a Blow for Ireland: New York Times

O'Neill diaspora heads for Buncrana: The Irish Times

Chuck Feeney Ireland's greatest Irishman, gets a proper honor at last -- Shy and secretive billionaire steps forward to accept the plaudits: Irish Voice/

Boyle's nod to mom's hometown: Irish Echo

Belleek Pottery reveals most expensive piece: Impartial Reporter

Do It!: Gaelic football: Rochester Democrat & Chronicle

'But what do the natives think of us -- the Diaspora?': Sunday Independent

Village of Prosperous Belies Irish Recovery Investors Chase:

IrishCentral founder Niall O'Dowd to be honored with the Tip O Neill Donegal Diaspora Award: Irish Voice/

Offering a helping hand to struggling emigrants: The Irish Times, December 22, 2011

Goon who lived by his wits: Irish Examiner

Ryan Confidential: Irish Examiner

US Government honors Concern's John O'Loughlin Kennedy as State Alumni Member: Irish Voice/

Teeing province up to host Open: Belfast Telegraph (Editorial), July 19, 2011

Industry lifer rose from teenage pilot to BA boss: Irish Independent

Bringing home the 'fighting Irish': The Irish Times

Dubliners flock to see 'muppet' bankers: Financial Times

Irish Eyes were cryin': Peoria Journal Star

Hurling – Na Toraidhe Club trying to hurl its way to National Gaelic Games:

Towers of strength face a retirement of abandonment and collapse: Irish Examiner

Learning the history of Edmund Rice: Kilkenny People

Mum-of-two's Ireland travel app is worldwide hit: Evening Herald

Peruvian potato museum to cover Famine: The Irish Times

Hurling club brings Irish sport to Central Florida: The Seminole Chronicle, September 7,2011

Irish Eyes were cryin': Peoria Journal Star

Across the ocean, the shamrock meets the maple leaf: Ottawa Citizen

An Irish Revolutionary Checks Out the Sights 90 Years After His Death:

Moneygall heeds Obama's call for fundraising help: Irish Examiner

Meet the legend who inspired Ryanair to fly so high: Irish Independent

Controversial Irish blogger putting the boot into British MPs: Irish Post

£2m violin kept under Derry woman's bed: Belfast Telegraph

Don't worry Obama is from Offaly, insists genealogist: Offaly Independent

Once Told He'd Never Walk Again, Irish Gymnast Is Now Olympian: New York Times, July 26, 2012

Book of Kells seen by 10-millionth visitor: The Irish Times

Philanthropist Wants to Be Rid of His Last $1.5 Billion: New York Times

The Scots-Irish as indigenous people:

Irish women are most fertile in Europe, new study shows: Irish Voice/

An Irishman's Diary [Butte, MT]: The Irish Times

Marathoner will honor Irish American hero: Philadelphia Inquirer

Michelle Smith – the most intriguing Olympic story never told:

No leprechauns in the Nation of Paddy: Sunday Independent

Son of bankrupt ex-billionaire and cousin jailed for trying to hide €500m property empire: Daily Mail

Charities to gain as Ireland Funds raises targets: The Irish Times

Starbucks Ireland asks customers to describe "what it means to be British" #Fail: Irish Voice/

Getting off the American treadmill to live the Irish dream: Irish Voice/

Stynes family tell of emotional journey as they prepare to bring hero Jim's ashes home to Dublin: Evening Herald

Irish Open 'sold NI to the world': UTV Internet

Bruce Springsteen's Irish roots traced before his upcoming Dublin concert: Irish Voice/

The billionaire who gave it all away: The Irish Times

Obama's Irish cousin Henry Healy lands new job as tourism ambassador: Irish Voice/

Politicians have a duty to offer the Irish people a vision and a hope for the future: Irish Independent

New information on Vice President Joe Biden's Irish roots uncovered: Irish Voice/

Golf analyst David Feherty using life mulligan to give back: Montreal Gazette

Protest For Lennox Monday In NYC At Irish Consulate: North Country Gazette

NUIG degrees for Maureen Dowd and Sebastian Barry: The Irish Times

From Ireland's richest man to prison?: The Independent

Morgan Stanley talks penance with Irish nuns: Financial Times

Irish American fund aims to raise $1m a month: Irish Examiner

Ryanair Approaches Aer Lingus for a Third Time: New York Times

Yoko Ono – honoured in Dublin: The Irish Times

Census shows two million Aussies have Irish ancestry: IrishEcho (Australia)

Festival to honour Commodore Barry: The Irish Times

Winston Churchill – the Irish connections: The Irish Times

Game On – Irish Immigrants Head to the Bronx to Play Gaelic Football:

Ireland's 'brain drain' uses up their quota of US, Canadian and Australian visas: Irish Voice/

Rooney wants Steelers to play game in Ireland: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

Irish organisers praise Danny Boyle's Olympic vision in green: Irish Post

George Mitchell scholarship programme funding pulled: BBC

Not Worth Paper It's Built On: New York Times, March 25, 2012

Rooted to the spot by family tree: The News Letter

'Broad' tipped to be NY mayor could help us from abroad: The Irish Times

We can be a better friend to Ireland: New York Daily News

Rory McIlroy's future is limited only by his drive: San Francisco Chronicle

Padraig Harrington battles to stay among elite: Sunday Express

Melbourne names bridge after Jim Stynes: IrishEcho (Australia)

Irishman who deciphered the cyber-virus attack on Iran: The Irish Times

The woman behind the famous Hamills: Irish Echo

Ireland faces new wave of emigration: BBC

Good ol' boy from Northern Ireland could've used shamrock at Bullring: Las Vegas Review-Journal

Starbucks in hot water after asking Irish tweeters if they are proud to be British:

Irish nun who brings new hope to country once lost in despair: Evening Herald

Former Intel chief executive volunteers to help drag Ireland out of recession: Irish Voice/

Cork teenager born without limbs gives key UN speech: The Irish Times

American and Mayo native become priests in Tuam: The Irish Times

US marines to take part in hurling festival at Semple: The Irish Times

Steelers owner Dan Rooney is immersed in duties as U.S. ambassador: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

30 years since DeLorean closure: UTV Internet

Fitzgerald steps down: Irish Echo

Candlemaker's 500-year journey from flicker to everlasting flame: Sunday Independent

Higgins trip honours New York's Irish, past and present: Irish Examiner

Ireland's ever more connected diaspora: Irish Echo

Obama's Offaly cousin loses accounts job: Irish Examiner

President Clinton to make return visit to Ireland in June: Irish Voice/

Stynes' story takes on life of its own: Irish Examiner

An Irishman's Diary [Fr Hesburgh of Notre Dame University]: The Irish Times

Pubs run dry in crisis-ridden Ireland: Deutsche Welle

Couples flock to Florida in adoption rush: Evening Herald

Firefighter whose life was changed by 9/11 puts labour of love on market: Irish Independent

Promise kept – 1st graders offered college tuition 12 years ago graduate, still dreaming big:

American TV channel and magazine to feature Sligo: Sligo Champion

Intel picks Irish plant for new chip: The Irish Times

Dublin's All Hallows College now has American president: Irish Voice/

We have a rich religious heritage on our doorstep: Irish Independent

David Feherty 'much stronger' after battles with illness, addiction: Fort Worth Star-Telegram

'Must-have' red cup spells success for Irish duo: Sunday Independent

Fitting, in Many Ways: New York Times

President of Ireland Michael Higgins visits Boston, remembers Great Irish Famine: Boston Globe

Irish eyes are smiling over growing endowment fund: Emonton Journal

Notorious Belfast prison reinvented as distillery:

Nortonmania as Graham drops in on his old school: Irish Examiner

Stynes honoured with award: The West Australian

No man is an island -- Barry admits life's not so idyllic after all: Irish Independent

The ghost houses of Ireland – Foreclosure and eviction: Toronto Star

Embassy invites nominations for new Irish award: Irish Echo

Dublin's best kept secret, technologically speaking: The Irish Times, August 13, 2011

Irish family talk of five years of 'hurt and pain' in the hunt for Madeleine: Evening Herald

Empire building on daft paddys: Belfast Media, January 5, 2012

Former PM of New Zealand in visit to research ancestry: Portadown Times

President confers major award on Irish teaching nun: The Irish Times

FDNY pipers team up with Mets for 50th: Irish Echo

Obama promises return trip – provided he is re-elected: Irish Examiner

Compared to the experience of other countries, the cost to the Irish taxpayer of rescuing the banks has been very large: Irish Independent

Former Intel boss helps to steer Irish start-ups to the big time: Sunday Independent

Philanthropy and Economic Development Boosted by Global Irish Tribe: Huffington Post

Reclaiming Charlotte Bronte For Ireland – "Bronte: a portrait of Charlotte" Off Broadway: Irish Voice/

How the Irish made Americans: Irish Echo

Canadian-born Miss Ireland stripped of title for being too old: National Post

Meet your matchmaker – the Irishman who is reinventing the world of online dating: The Irish Times

Large UK lineage for Niall of Nine Hostages: Sunday Independent

Cardinal Keith O'Brien – from services son to leading churchman: The Scotsman

Rory McIlroy factor helps Invest NI open doors its bid to drum up business: Belfast Telegraph

The Irish soldier who brought Charles Taylor to court:

Irish whizkid, 20, gets top job in US investor: Sunday Independent

During an Ill-Fated Trip, Taking a Bullet to the Head and Beating the Odds: New York Times, February 3, 2012

Derry woman's US award: Derry Journal

Nuns Who Won't Stop Nudging: New York Times

How story of a man who never left home travelled all around the world – on film: Irish Independent

Irish are directing Sydney traffic: Southern Courier (Sydney, AUS)

Ireland's new exodus – Why its 'best and brightest' are leaving: Toronto Star

Ulster-born insurance chief among top US earners: Belfast Telegraph

Signature piece – Dublin artist gets letter of thanks from US president: The Irish Times

Irish soprano to play Covent Garden opera lead: The Irish Times

Bar Owner Loved by Patrons, but Not by Broadcasting Service:

Volunteers help archaeologists log historic graves: Irish Examiner

Huge US interest in Irish property market as prices drop by 68 percent: Irish Voice/

Ireland surprise – skinny dipping in the ocean: San Francisco Chronicle

Bringing St Patrick to vivid life: The Irish Times

Court records from the 1850s:

Irish craftsmen put wind in Cutty Sark's sails: Irish Post

Titanic Ties in the Race for Mayor: New York Times

200,000 Titanic-related records are published online: BBC

Baltimore Gaelic Athletic Association brings Irish sports closer to home: Baltimore Sun

Irish Economic Crisis Devours Restaurants: Wall Street Journal

Rome trip in footsteps of Vatican Pimpernel: Irish Examiner

U2 manager gave €2,000 donation to FG candidate in last election: Irish Independent

Famous photographer captured Co Clare's rural life in iconic images: Irish Voice/

Irish-made 'vapouriser' hits the spot for dope smokers: Sunday Independent

Earliest set of Irish police records in existence go digital: Irish Independent

Ireland native gives lessons in cheffin' in new memoir: Salem News

On the Titanic trail in Ireland:

Titanic Belfast 'like Sydney Opera House': BBC

Where once we built ships we can now build a future: Belfast Telegraph

"The Emerald Diamond – How the Irish Transformed America's Greatest Pastime" by Charley Rosen: Washington Post

Former hostage Keenan found 'richness in dreams' on return visit to Lebanon: Waterford News & Star

US order to open monastery in Meath: The Irish Times

Holy shrine that normally contains relic of St Brigid stolen from Killester church: Irish Independent

Off to New York with the iPaddies: The Irish Times

Jim stood his ground where others would have run away: Irish Independent

Moynihan came of age on global voyage: Irish Echo

An Irishman's Diary [NYC on St Patrick's Day]: The Irish Times

Marian's courage to portray her friend with flaws intact: Sunday Independent

Barack O'Bama – US president loved Ireland visit so much, he wants to go back: Daily Mail

Irish-born Jim Stynes was one of the most extraordinary figures in Australian life, writes Mike Sheahan:

Will Titanic Belfast do for the city what the Guggenheim did for Bilbao?:

Going overboard with Titanic tourism?:

Outlaws – Billy the Kid and Whitey Bulger: Irish America/

Contentment off course reaping huge dividends for McIlroy: The Irish Times

Obama Sips a Guinness, Again:

More than a great sportsman: Sydney Morning Herald

'Unforgettable day' for Moneygall man after top-secret email: Irish Independent

Begrudgers already lining up to take a swipe at Rory: The Irish Times

Catching baseball memories with John Flaherty: Irish Echo

Irish citizenship awarded to Notre Dame's most famous priest in St Patrick's Day ceremony: Irish Voice/

Midtown's Irish Elite: New York Times

Green aplenty for Ireland Day at NYSE: The Irish Times

Happy St. Patrick's Day, Ireland! Now About That Miserable Economy ...: The Atlantic

Little Pub on the Prairie – A Saskatchewan Tavern Tries to Pull Ahead on St. Patrick's Day: Wall St Journal

Nike apologises for 'Tan' runners: Irish Independent

David Feherty, golf's 'other' star, just might be its biggest: Los Angeles Times

M. Eleanor McGrath – Southern comfort in Savannah on a St. Patrick's Day I will never forget: Irish Independent

Perth bricklayer under fire over Gumtree ban on Irish workers: Sydney Morning Herald

Beyond St. Patrick's Day – Massachusetts and Ireland Economic Ties:

Western Canadian employers court the Irish: Toronto Globe and Mail

Resilience a recurring theme, from Conamara to Ground Zero: Belfast Media

The Celtic Comeback – Investment in Ireland spurred on by Bill Clinton: Irish Voice/ (Editorial)

Donegal artist getting worldwide attention: Donegal Democrat

The hacking game: The Irish Times

Celtic tiger at bay – a new generation of migrants crosses Irish Sea:

Irish scientists develop biodegradable non-sticky chewing gum: Belfast Telegraph

Budget slashes emigrant fund support by 10%: IrishEcho (Australia)

Rory McIlroy – The astonishing rise to fame of the Northern Ireland golf superstar: Belfast Telegraph

Skip green beer & taste true Irish culture: New York Daily News

Kenny's White House visit pushed back by three days: Irish Independent

Notre Dame great Father Ted Hesburgh to receive Irish citizenship: Irish Voice/

A modest revival for the Irish language: Washington Post

FBI indicts Irish students over global hacking conspiracy: The Irish Times

Titanic – Emigrant stories are centrepiece of new exhibition exploring exodus to US on famous ship: Belfast Telegraph

Titanic dry dock gets £1.5m funding: UTV Internet

It's time to scupper these crazy Titanic auditions: Belfast Telegraph

Giving up making millions to give back: The Irish Times, December 16, 2011

'Irish Sopa' legislation passed despite robust opposition:

My father drives me on [Pádraig Harrington]: The Irish Times

Ambassador of Mirth Hal Roach passes away, aged 84: Irish Examiner

Irish language social media site launched: RTE

Sober ST. Patrick's Day = Celebrating the Real Beauty of the Irish People: Huffington Post

Just in time – a new breed of Irish superhero: The Irish Times, March 18, 2011

More Americans will be eligible to work in Ireland: Irish Voice/

The pub loses its pulling power: The Irish Times

In Ireland's time of peril, let's raise a pint to sports: Boston Globe

Egan memoir offers up too much information: Irish Echo
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Paul Allen – Paint the world green .... and feck the usual mealymouth begrudgers: Irish Independent

The 30-Minute Interview – Patrick J. Foye: New York Times

'Bankrupty king' honoured by Irish: The Irish Times

Irish President Michael D Higgins visits London: BBC

Friendly push for world record on St Patrick's Day: Irish Independent

Moynihan builds Ireland-Massachusetts bridges: Irish Echo

100-year-old Irish American couple celebrates Valentine's in Jersey: Irish Voice/

Behind the scenes at our iconic tribute to Titanic: The News Letter

Irish immigrants find success in Saskatchewan:

A nun's practical pursuit: Monroe (LA) News Star

Find Irish jobs and find a fee: Irish Echo

Architecture writers honoured in London: The Irish Times

'Never say never', Ford boss says of Irish future: Irish Examiner, August 4, 2011

Guinness promos were in bad taste: Irish Voice/, June 1, 2011

Family soft drink set to create a fizz nationwide: Irish Independent, February 28, 2011

Scott Brown pushes Irish immigration bill: Boston Globe

A little bit of Ireland in heart of Gotham: Irish Examiner

My Debt to Ireland: New York Times

Money couldn't buy two pennies worth of these Titanic memories: Belfast Telegraph

Tullamore nun makes trip to Vatican as invited guest: Offay Independent

The Maras and the Rooneys:

From Good Times at the Garden to a New Era at the Armory: New York Times

Irish American Civil War Trail Logo Design:

Irish native brings her roots to three Bronx colleges, teaching students language and cultur: New York Daily News

The Irish couple who scandalised London society: The Irish Times

San Antonio St. Patrick's Day Parade cancelled after 44 years: Irish Voice/

Kelly thrives with Fairfield business scholarship: Irish Echo

Archbishop Timothy Dolan's second-grade teacher will watch him become a cardinal: New York Daily News

Spellbound text in old Irish finally yields to translation: The Irish Times

White House meets Irish lobby to discuss new visa bill for Ireland: Irish Voice/

10 years on: Irish Echo

Adams and McGuinness sign their way into unique history book: Derry Journal

Art in Paradise – Getting Gaelic: The Valley Advocate

Fr. Mychal remembered in Syracuse: Irish Echo

Joy for Hammersmith centre, but is well running dry?: Irish Independent

Irishwoman who discovered the 'lighthouses of the universe': The Irish Times

In puzzling move US Cenus bureau to differentiate Irish Scotch and Scotch Irish: Irish Voice/

Irish Anti-Defamation Federation supports cancellation of Hoboken's St. Patrick's Day Parade: Jersey Journal

Titanic 'will be bigger than the Olympics': The News Letter

ACLU wins ruling against St. Patrick's Day parade in Ohio: Irish Voice/

Now it's Timoney of Arabia: Irish Echo

This baby bear gurgles in Irish: Irish Echo

Tipperary Crystal shines in China: The Irish Times

Tuam conference to explore Irish-U.S. links: Irish Echo

Joy as stolen relics found in field: Irish Independent

Obama got the love from Irish audiences he couldn't get in America: Irish Voice/

Harvard prof Henry Louis Gates Jr. hunting for great-great grandfather: Boston Herald

Mary Raftery, 54, Dies; Irish Journalist Documented Child Abuse: New York Times

Irish farming reaps growing success: Financial Times

Another Step Up for a Bronx Native Who Led the Archdiocese in Baltimore: New York Times

Tullamore-made candles light a cleaner future for NY cathedral: Offaly Independent

'Mysterious French lady' speaks of devotion to Collins's memory: Sunday Independent

Finding a long lost relative in the 1901 Irish census: Irish Voice/

Football – Passport is requirement for playing for Notre Dame this fall:

Finally -- even stocious loopers will be able to natter as Gaeilge: Irish Independent

Walt Disney and the Kilkenny connection: Kilkenny People

A Billionaire Lends Haiti a Hand: New York Times

The Irish village that said 'no' to austerity:

The Fall of Ireland's Mighty Quinn: New York Times

Donegal man sets sheep shearing record: BBC

'26 Census campaign hits bureaucratic resistance: Irish Echo

New York's Next Cardinal: New York Times

Kenny rings NY radio show -- and gets cut off: Evening Herald

Hockey is an Irish game, don't you know?: Guelph Mercury

Local graveyards documented online: Kilkenny People

Scotch-Irish will no longer be included in official US census figures: Irish Voice/

Facebook battle will go down in Effin history: Irish Independent

Major events planned for Titanic centenary: Western People

US soldier who learned Irish on the internet is set for TG4: Irish Independent

When leaving home is the only way out: Casey Weekly (Berwick, Victoria)

An Irishman in America: Alexandria Times

Controversial life of Haughey set for movies: Irish Examiner, April 18, 2011

'Mean Mary' named top prosecutor: San Antonio Express

Revisit Titanic with pride – and dignity: Belfast Telegraph (Editorial)

Darren Clarke – Open odyssey 2011: The Independent

35,000 order Titanic centre tickets: Belfast Telegraph

Irish make up more than half of 76,400 emigrants: The Irish Times

Online project launched to discover Plumbridge's history: BBC

Irish continue to flock to US immigration figures show: Irish Voice/

The Long Blue Line: Irish Echo, April 6, 2010

Forgiveness is in my heart but I want justice to be done: Impartial Reporter

Joining a family's evening Rosary – a spiritual awakening: Irish Voice/

Irish economic exodus costs Gaelic sports dear:

McKiernan brought MLK's message East: Irish Echo

Ireland's prettiest ghost estate – Quaint £700,000 thatched cottages sit empty because no one can afford them: Daily Mail, June 18, 2011

Royal College of Surgeons reject call to bury skeleton of 'Irish giant':

Irish and proud?: The Irish Times, April 4, 2011

Dublin becomes hub for major internet groups: Financial Times

Tipperary Crystal planning joint venture in China: The Irish Times

Blacksmiths create roses for Norway massacre memorial: Irish Independent

Pizarro – Saratoga's Mike Fox, Mary Ellen Fox to receive Spirit of Ireland award: San Jose Mercury News

Secret $350 Million gift to New York by Irish American billionaire Chuck Feeney -- Will go to build new Silicon Valley: Irish Voice/

Why I went searching for Canada's lost Irish ... and what I found: Irish Independent

Mayor Dooley delivered surprise in his bid for third term: The Nelson Daily

So is this what it means to be Irish?: The Irish Times

A refreshing week in Irish America – Community fights for Ireland and for the Irish people: Irish Voice/

P.E.I. goes to Ireland looking for workers: Summerside (PEI) Journal Pioneer

Fall of 'Mighty Quinn' mirrors Irish collapse: Financial Times

Irishman's extradition fight costs taxpayers: The West Australian

Another lonely Christmas for illegal Irish trapped in the United States: Irish Voice/

Time for €3 visa: Irish Echo (Editorial)

Internet entrepreneur giving back after striking gold: The Irish Times

Crosbie stunned by mystery gift from 'deeply touched' Queen: Belfast Telegraph

Bay Area execs' Diaspora 2016 gives back to Ireland: San Francisco Chronicle

Schumer proposes 10,000 Irish visas per year: Irish Echo

Ireland needs to get serious about mental health – Kate Fitzgerald and Gary Speed's untimely death starts conversations: Irish Voice/

Rory McIlroy – The year I choked and cried was also the year I grew up:

Henry Ford's great grandson gets Irish link made official: The Irish Times

Titanic concert to be beamed around the world: Irish Examiner

English accent but Irish heartbeat: The Irish Times

From Cliftonville to Congo: BBC

'Whistling donkey' leaves court in tears of laughter: The Kerryman

Sea plane flights are cleared for take-off: Irish Examiner

Irish Network elects new board members: Irish Echo

Turf sculptor creates Moneygall peat sculpture for Obama: Offaly Independent

French lose the accent of love... as the Irish lilt is voted world's sexiest: Daily Mail

Have we forgotten our roots?: The Irish Times

Ireland hoping to use the cold to its economic advantage: Irish Examiner

President Obama impersonator helps souvenir book in Moneygall: Irish Voice/, July 6, 2011

One man's Titanic task re-mastered: Irish Examiner

US ambassador gives boost to Croke Park's bid to stage €50m NFL bonanza: Irish Independent

Facebook finds town too Effin rude for site: Irish Independent

Who, What, Why – Why are so many airline bosses Irish?: BBC

Capturing a Tradition, Blow by Blow: New York Times

Tycoon's downfall is fairies' revenge, say locals: Irish Independent

Thousands learning the Irish language in the United States: Irish Voice/

Earhart footage surfaces in Belfast: Irish Echo

Irish immigrant gives power to the people:

Titanic's final photographs by Father Frank Browne: BBC

Kayak trail shelter to be opened: Belfast Telegraph

Mychal Judge – Celebrating the whole person at All Saints: Syracuse Post-Standard

Irish ambassador expresses fascination with Sir John A.: Kingston Whig-Standard

O'Sullivan credited with coining 'cloud computing': The Irish Times

It's 'Sister Act 4' as choir gets parishioners in the gospel habit: Irish Independent

Both Sides Of The Story – A double-edged look at how both sides of the divide adjust to peace: Belfast Telegraph

Ellis Island souvenir's Cairncastle history: Larne Times

The Saturday interview – Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary:

Swallowing Austerity Turns Into Irish Way as Strikes Grip South:

Lapwings become jailbirds to avoid extinction:

A Long, Hard Road to Recovery in Northern Ireland: New York Times

Warhol reclaimed – Irish property developer's art work for sale:

Heard the one about the Irish Bishop?: IrishEcho (Australia)

Pensioners tell of pride over Titanic display: The News Letter

U.S. businessman Donald Keough unveils plaque at Dunbrody's visitor centre: Irish Voice/

Nomadic O'Leary family stayed long enough on Washington waterfront to make a strong impression: Washington Post

Science and genealogy unite to profile typical Irish person: The Irish Times

Friend's tribute to 'Smokin' Joe' Frazier: BBC

Not all emigrants are victims: IrishEcho (Australia)

First heritage certificate goes to firefighter who died in 9/11: Irish Independent

From Bono to the President, Ireland Stops at Nothing to Woo Europe's Entrepreneurs: Wall Street Journal

Catching up with … Orla O'Reilly: Binghamton University Pipe Dream

The building blocks of Irish culture: The Irish Times

Rory McIlroy – An agent of change: Abu Dhabi National

18-Year-Old Jockey Sets Record While He Can: New York Times

Irish Teenager Rides YouTube Song to Breeders' Cup:

Ali interview was one of RTE's finest: Irish Echo

Fighting Irish and Navy ready to set sail: The Irish Times

700-year-old title dies with last Knight of Glin: Irish Independent

Boxer's arm a knockout at exhibition: Irish Independent

New Irish president is Indiana University graduate: Indianapolis Star

Michael D Higgins is no poet: The Guardian

Markets bullish and cows over moon about mobile app: Irish Examiner

Inspirational tale of hero Neil and his amazing dogs: The News Letter

Pagan festival of Samhain to kick off: Irish Examiner

Mayor of small B.C. town aims for 45 years in office: Toronto Globe and Mail

Q&A With Enda Kenny: Wall Street Journal

Titanic message in a bottle goes on display: Irish Examiner

In Person – Fitzgerald's fix for Boeing 747-8 earns aviation honors: Seattle Times

Recalling a world champ's love for Inishowen and Irish atmosphere: Derry Journal

An emigrant wife's tough choices: Irish Echo

That statue of Cornelius J. Coakley in Fairfax? Here's why it's there.: Washington Post

Perfecting His Irish on the Job: New York Times

The Hacker – Greens and fairways awash with history on Emerald Isle: Independent on Sunday

The EU and Ireland – the importance of being close to Boston and Brussels: Irish Voice/

Daniel McGowan – an unlikely Irish terrorist: Irish Voice/

Irish and American students swap places through 'Scholars' program: The Bona Venture

In name of the father: Irish Examiner
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Man who tried to turn his faeces into gold is jailed: Belfast Telegraph

Belfast 'ghostbusters' request City Hall investigation: BBC

Irish prisoner registry from 1790 to 1920 is launched: Irish Voice/

Philanthropy boosted by global Irish tribe: Irish Echo

Irish America magazine announces the 2011 Wall Street 50 honorees: Irish Voice/

The Irishman running the big bank in wartorn Iraq: Sunday Independent

I'm bleeding to death! Here is the news... Terry Wogan recalls some of the hilarious calamities that made his early days on Irish radio so memorable: Daily Mail

Ireland back from the brink: Financial Post

'I never in my dreams thought I'd be running an airline like BA': The Irish Times

There are no high sticks in hurling – Ireland's national sport comes to life in the United States: Washington Times

Irish stick-fighting popularity grows but not in Ireland: BBC

Ireland's Economy, Southeast Links Show Signs of Growth:

U.S. Eases Customs and Immigration Pre-Clearance Process in Shannon: Aviation International News

Non-rioting Irish a lure for US investors: The Irish Times

Mary Robinson – Former Irish President Leads the Charge for Global Human Rights: Santa Barbara Independent

Canada Honours Darren With Bravery Medal: Tipperary Star

True Story – No Way Out: Readers Digest (Australia)

The sundance kid who became racing royalty: Carlow Nationalist

Irish Data Protection Commissioner to begin Facebook audit:

Clinton predicts Ireland will bounce back within 5 years: Irish Examiner

On the Wrong Side of the New Ireland: New York Times

500,000 to visit New Ross for JFK anniversary: Wexford People

Cork link made Apple green: The Irish Times

Top flight recreation of Titanic staircase: Belfast Telegraph

US reality TV family explores Royal County during stay: Meath Chronicle

Awards scheme to honour Irish diaspora: The Irish Times

Irish doctor admits he injected Michael Jackson twice with propofol: Irish Voice/

Seeds of a Trans-Atlantic Reunion: Huffington Post

Reports of war ship's exit are sunk: The News Letter

Farmer sets record straight on Rihanna: The News Letter

Blasket Islander home — after 74 years: Irish Independent

Irish Government exploring new options for a future stream of US visas: Irish Voice/

Hot topic – Inventor claims clothes dryer is 10 times faster and irons too: Irish Examiner

Taught On Screen – An Irish Education: Fairfield Mirror

No Silicon Valley yet Derry attracts new creative entrepreneurs: The Irish Times

How to apply for your Certificate of Irish Heritage: Irish Voice/

Mourning an Irishman key to Liverpool's immigrant community: The Irish Times

Barry recalls pro baseball's longest night: Irish Echo, May 11, 2011
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Ireland's answer to Silicon Valley: The Irish Times

Diaspora forum to focus on rebuilding economy: Irish Examiner

David Norris's presidential nomination shows Ireland has come a long way: The Guardian (by Colm Toíbín)

Irishman leads bid to salvage €170m of sunken treasure: Irish Examiner

Clinton joins guest list for Irish diaspora conference: The Irish Times

Chicago bids farewell to an Irish dynasty: Irish Echo, May 19, 2011

A mission born when mom chose love over easy path: Boston Globe

Irish Worker's Summer Reflections: Ocean City Dispatch

McIlroy has charmed the golf world, but the road ahead will only get rougher:, September 20, 2011 (by David Feherty)

New book captures Moneygall's 'is féidir linn' spirit: Offaly Express, July 14, 2011
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A salute to labor: Irish Echo

Who are ya? Impostor Stephen pitches up in the middle of Dublin's Croker celebrations: Irish Independent

A Celtic Cure – Soldiers Use Hurling To Heal After War:

Daniel McGowan – an unlikely Irish terrorist: Irish Voice/

Ireland calls on diaspora for support: Financial Times

The housing developers' dream that ruined Ireland: Daily Telegraph

In Focus—Mel Hamill – Irish comedian and filmmake: Irish Voice/

The Long Blue Line: Irish Echo

Ireland remembers 9/11: Irish Echo

City Hall tribute to New York's 9/11 victims: Belfast Media

Man arrested in near-fatal attack of Irish athlete: San Francisco Chronicle

Britain's 'favourite Irishman' on a personal tour of Ireland: The Irish Times, January 20, 2011

The great migration: Sunday Business Post, January 16, 2011

The great migration: Sunday Business Post, January 16, 2011

The man who believes Ireland is a sure bet: Irish Independent

Irish event focuses on reflection and peace: Irish Examiner

From tragedy, a family is born: Ottawa Citizen

Irish come here for their kind of game: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, July 14, 2011

Father Mychal Judge – not just another 9/11 memorial:

Cut down by hate but the memories endure: Belfast Telegraph

The Irish workers giving Big Apple a renewed sense of hope: Irish Independent

Irish scientists make 'out of this world' discovery: Irish Independent

Living the dream. Sort of.: Boston Globe

The hangover of Ireland's property boom – Abandoned ghost estates and lifeless houses stripped of their worth: Daily Mail

The great game of the Gael: Sunday Business Post

Newbridge bank manager delivers Queen's portrait to Buckingham Palace: Leinster Leader

Battle for Richest Irishman's Empire Turns Violent:

Memories of 9/11 evoked with 'Miracle on Stairwell B': Waterford News & Star

U2, Gaelic Football, And The Price Of Fame In Ireland:

The Unluck of the Irish in Love, Soccer and Business: New York Times

University offers Titanic course: Belfast Telegraph

Banff's Brewsters – A model of family entrepreneurship: Toronto Globe and Mail, March 21, 2011

Biden's nod to Celtic roots: Irish Echo

The King of Cong: Irish Examiner

Fishing for Salmon That Like a Crowd: New York Times

Trace Irish Famine population with new digital atlas: Irish Voice/, August 5, 2011

Cream of the Irish crop overseas: Sunday Independent

Montreal school set up after passion ignited for 'how children learn': The Irish Times

History, pride combine in hurling: St. George (UT) Spectrum

NSW Premier reflects on his Irish heritage: Irish Echo (Australia), May 19, 2011

The Tramp, the Quiet Man and their Irish Tinseltowns: The Irish Times

A comic tale of failure that paved the road to success: The Irish Times, November 15, 2010

The pluck of the Irish paddler on a solo kayak trip around the Emerald Isle: Mail on Sunday, May 29, 2011

Irish English II – miseries, migrations: Galveston Daily News

Wogan reveals downside of fame: Irish Post

The lengths Irish students will go to for a drink: The Irish Times

A Tragedy, A Miracle And A Brawl...Welcome to Ireland: Huffington Post

Centuries later, Scots-Irish attract political courters: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, May 28, 2011

Northern Ireland graduate bags Disney design prize: BBC

Irish eyes are smiling – Hoboken home to upstart hurling club: Jersey Journal

The Irish unemployed seek greener shores in Toronto: Toronto Globe and Mail, August 20, 2011

The Irish wizards of Oz: The Irish Times

Irish-American skills network – new age in finding jobs online: Irish Voice/

Hugh Carey drew inspiration from his Irish roots: Irish Echo

Irish studies flourish in Quebec:

The girl who still haunts Ground Zero: Sunday Independent

Queen Elizabeth II honors Nashville man: The Tennessean

The Rose who's found her roots – Irish beauty queen who retraced her family's Indian past: Daily Mail

So Ireland's back to exporting its best known natural resource – emigrants:, November 21, 2010

NSW upper house MP Blair plans new Irish links: Irish Echo (Australia)

Liguori – Northern Irish Success In The Majors:

Master engraver marks 9/11 tragedy: Waterford News & Star

Irish English is a mythic status: Galveston County Daily News

People from around the world come to learn an cúpla focal: Irish Examiner

Group celebrates Gaelic football in San Antonio: San Antonio Express

Irish property is going for a song as investors pay price of building boom: The Observer, April 3, 2011

Now we take another view: Belfast Media, April 1, 2011

Searchers meet to share roots tips, discoveries: Irish Echo, April 1, 2011

Declan Lynch: The mystical game of golf has found its spiritual home: Sunday Independent

Trailblazer on the road from Kerry to the US Congress: Sunday Independent

A-bomb survivor looks back on a life lived in N. Ireland: Japan Times, August 6, 2011

Without Woods, Feherty emerges as U.S. golf's favourite face: Toronto Globe and Mail

Move to honor Flynn: Irish Echo, June 8, 2011

Sacre bleu! Paris poster girl was Irish: The Irish Times

In Tough Times, Irish Call Their Diaspora: New York Times

Champion Darren Clarke calls for Open to follow him back to Northern Ireland:, July 18, 2011

The Forgotten Hero of Golf: Irish Voice/, July 18, 2011

It's green, loves beer and speaks with a brogue – meet Perth's burgeoning new population:, July 19, 2011

Elle Macpherson puts Irish models on display: Irish Voice/, July 13, 2011

Thatcher's traditional craft lends Irish ambience to Denville bar: Newark Star-Ledger

All aboard the McNulty Family's Irish Showboat: Irish Echo, March 3, 2011

Irish isles still captivate Patricia Patterson: San Diego Union-Tribune, February 18, 2011

The Irish haven that helped to sink the Bismarck: Daily Mail, July 10, 2011

'Cloud Computing can be the new IFSC' for Ireland, Claims Microsoft: Epoch Times, July 5, 2011

Ireland's major success defies explanation, but it's no fluke:, July 13, 2011

'I'm told I play better fat. I've obviously been adhering to that theory': The Independent, July 16, 2011

Kildare researchers reveal Rosie O'Donnell's Irish roots: Irish Voice/, July 14, 2011

Wexford woman swears allegiance to American flag: Wexford People, July 14, 2011

High time to meet at the Barry Gate: Irish Echo, July 7, 2011

Anti-Defamation Federation battles against derogatory assaults on the Irish: Irish Voice/, June 9, 2011

NI celebrates DeLorean anniversary: UTV Internet, May 31, 2011

Some Want the Open to Return to Portrush: New York Times, July 13, 2011

Sen. Webb on the roots of the Tea Party:, July 13, 2011

Montreal's new Irish wave:, July 12, 2011

'Is féidir linn' echoes as far as the Big Apple: Irish Examiner, July 13, 2011

70,000 Irish resident in Australia, data shows: Irish Echo (Australia), July 8, 2011

Rockefeller Irish revealed: Evening Herald, July 8, 2011

Tabloid greats wrote about ordinary 'ruck' of life: Irish Echo, July 8, 2017

Navan-born priest who interviewed Nixon after Watergate: Meath Chronicle, July 6, 2011

The story of the Gaelic Games in Philadelphia: Montgomery News, July 7, 2011

One of the Saddest Stories in the World – A Lesson We Can All Learn From:, July 6, 2011

For Jake Quinn, 13's a lucky number: Irish Echo, May 4, 2011

Whitey's generation: Boston Globe, July 9, 2011

"Fighting 69th" commander commemorating poet, fallen soldiers: Albany Times Union, July 9, 2011

Fisherman's Friend: BBC, June 16, 2011

David McCullough – An artist, an Irishman and a patriot: Irish Voice/, July 7, 2011

Flatley becomes Lord of the Diaspora: Irish Independent, July 9, 2011

Are Irish men really the joint ugliest in the world?: The Irish Times, June 10, 2011

'I will work with any political party or government': Sunday Monitor (Uganda), November 14, 2010

Ill Vietnam vet encounters bureaucracy in getting Irish sons to states: St. Petersburg Times, July 3, 2011

Many undocumented Irish are fed up and heading for home: Irish Voice/, July 6, 2011

Milwaukee shows the way in hurling enthusiasm: Irish Echo, June 1, 2011

Henry's gift of thanks from Obama: Evening Herald, July 5, 2011

The Green Hills of the Catskills: Wall Street Journal, July 6, 2011

Community lauds 'missionary priest': Glens Falls Post-Star, July 4, 2011

New gateway to Silicon Valley for Irish start-up companies: The Irish Times, June 28, 2011

Fund raises $40m for Irish charities: Irish Examiner, June 25, 2011

Rory brings US Open trophy to Sullivan Upper: BBC, June 30, 2011

Reaching out to our global tribe taps a deep well of opportunity: Irish Independent, June 30, 2011

Declan Kelly to work with Bill Clinton and Tony Blair: BBC, June 30, 2011

Rory McIlroy on US Open, belief and a party with JLS: BBC, July 1, 2011

Whitey trail stretches all the way to Ireland?: Irish Echo, June 30, 2011

16-Year-Old Entrepreneur Strides to Success With Red-Soled Stickers:, June 27, 2011

ITLG launches U.S. east coast chapter in NY: Irish Echo, June 15, 2011

McIlroy could have been a Buccaneer: Fort Myers News-Press, June 22, 2011

Phantoms of the Mind, No Longer Shocking But No Less Haunting: New York Times, February 3, 2011

Northern Ireland farmer's crop circle message to 'sister in heaven': Belfast Telegraph, June 24, 2011

Special present brings best of Ireland back to Buckingham Palace: Irish Independent, May 21, 2011

A window on the real story of the Irish: Sunday Independent, October 17, 20101

Modest Rory makes cut as fashion icon: Irish Independent, June 23, 2011

A hopeful American dream of Ireland's future – and the reality: Sunday Business Post, June 19, 2011
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Irish turf cutters don't give a sod for EU bog ruling: The Guardian, June 20, 2011

The officer and the champion golfer: Boston Globe, June 22, 2011

'Unholy' rock sent back to Blarney: The Irish Times, June 20, 2011

Pro-Palestine protesters target Riverdance: Irish Examiner, June 20, 2011

Irish Bookmakers Get Slammed After Rory Wins:, June 21, 2011

Holywood hero – Rory McIlroy's home town toasts his triumph: The Independent, June 21, 2011

US Open 2011 – Rory McIlroy's superlative talent has won over die-hard Americans in his ruthless pursuit of major: Daily Telegraph, June 20, 2011

Irish Govt should try for Australian visa agreement: Irish Echo (Australia), June 19, 2011

'Head of Molly Malone' to go under hammer: The Irish Times, June 20, 2011

A long road with JFK remembered: Melrose Free Press, June 18, 2011

Great Irish cow jailbreak – Daisy opens gates with tongue to free C.O.Ws: Irish Voice/, June 17, 2011

A Connecticut Yankee in a failing Ireland: Irish Examiner, May 25, 2011

UK urges Ireland to build wind farms on west coast:, June 18, 2011

Father Stays on Sideline, Quietly Proud: New York Times, June 20, 2011

'He'd be sitting in the pram with a plastic golf club in his hand': The Independent, June 20, 2011

Rory McIlroy's road to greatness went through Utah: Salt Lake Tribune, June 19, 2011

What makes McIlroy tick? Look to his roots: USA Today, June 8, 2011

Augusta's lost boy turns into Holywood starlet: The Independent, June 18, 2011

Ambassador's wife rode shotgun to Moneygall: Irish Echo, June 8, 2011

Kerry native's bid for U.S. Congress seat: Irish Echo, June 16, 2011

Holy Cross embraces mass media: Belfast Media, June 13, 2011

Silver-tongued Feherty gets own chat show: The Irish Times, June 16, 2011

Plenty o' green raised for two Irish-Canadian charities:, June 14, 2011

Who's the bás – Prince's face on hurleys: Irish Examiner, June 15, 2011

The Aras needs an outsider: Sunday Business Post, June 12, 2011 (by Niall O'Dowd)

Was Obama's helicopter flight to Moneygall dangerous?: Irish Voice/, May 30, 2011

That Obama pint drinking image was good, but . . .: Irish Echo, June 1, 2011

Irish American General Martin Demspey to become new head of Joint Chiefs of Staff: Irish Voice/, May 28, 2011

Where Private Borrowing Led to Public Debt: New York Times, June 11, 2011

Sanitationman Edward (Shevy) Shevlin awarded Fulbright scholarship to study in Ireland: New York Daily News, May 31, 2011

The Titanic love story that caused a rift in my family: Irish Independent, June 3, 2011

Military Cross winner Kylie Watson 'shocked by award': BBC, March 28, 2011

Bono recalls integrity of former taoiseach: The Irish Times, May 21, 2011

Parade photo proves Obama tapped into roots long before visit: Irish Independent, May 26, 2011

An amazing encounter with President Obama in Ireland: Irish Voice/, May 29, 2011

Shell's battle for the heart of Ireland: The Observer, May 29, 2011

Bono helped IDA get Google to Irish shores: Sunday Independent, May 22, 2011

Soother rescue baby to be named Barack: Irish Independent, May 26, 2011

Michelle Obama – the Irish connection: The Irish Times, May 26, 2011

A shamrock in the melting pot: Boston Globe, May 25, 2011 (Editorial)

Leaving Ireland, and returning as a tourist: BBC, May 21, 2011

Irish in Birmingham project gets under way: Irish Post, May 25, 2011

Don't Be a Stranger: New York Times, May 24, 2011 (by Maureen Dowd)

Michelle struck by a Jedward moment in our own windy city: Irish Independent, May 24, 2011

Obama says Irish visit was 'inspiring': RTE, May 25, 2011

'Overwhelmed' Henry VIII holds court for next batch of visitors: Irish Independent, May 25, 2011

Pub regulars in Boston proud of Obama's Irish link:, May 24, 2011

The Irish Find What They're Looking For: New York Times, May 22, 2011 (by Maureen Dowd)

Putting the O' in Obama: Boston Globe, May 22, 2011

Finding O'Bama: The Irish Times, May 21, 2011

'O'Bama mania' – Irish villagers queue for hours for 'golden tickets' to meet President on ancestral tour: Daily Mail, May 20, 2011

Obama can challenge meaning of 'Irish-American': Irish Independent, May 23, 2011

Irish were 'fatalistic, loyal and mirthful': The Irish Times, May 23, 2011

Expat makes long journey home from Big Apple to get bite of action: Irish Independent, May 21, 2011

Obama to receive gift of special monastic scroll: Sunday Independent, May 22, 2011

Now African Americans are trying to trace THEIR Irish roots after being inspired by Barack Obama: Daily Mail, May 23, 2011

The Irish Power behind Obama: Irish Independent, May 20, 2011

The Obama business... From mugs to specially branded tea brack, beer to wall clocks, baseball caps to novelty T-shirts, a clutch of entrepreneurs have ensured the Obama in Ireland industry is thriving ahead of the president's arrival in Moneygall: Irish Independent, May 20, 2011

Irish potters are no mugs: The Irish Times, May 20, 2011

My cousin Barack – Henry Healy is 26 and has lived in Moneygall all his life. He's also Mr Obama's eighth cousin, and he's so excited at meeting his famous relative he can barely sleep: Irish Independent, May 20, 2011

Elizabeth stays cool as Jeremy gives a very unroyal welcome: Irish Examiner, May 20, 2011

An Irishman's Diary [Meeting the Queen]: The Irish Times, April 19, 2011

No hope, no future ... the scandal of our dead end generation: Belfast Telegraph, May 18, 2011

Queen taken by history of Irish college with royal connection: The Irish Times, May 18, 2011

Ambitious display of creative talent asks US audiences to imagine a better Ireland: The Irish Times, January 8, 2011

Moneygall cleans up as village awaits arrival of its most famous visitor: The Irish Times, May 16, 2011

Queen's Regretful 'No' to Ancestral Home: Tipperary Star, May 11, 2011

Iron John: Sunday Business Post, May 8, 2011

It took awhile, but I finally reached 'home': Dubuque Telegraph, May 15, 2011

Dublin finds hedge fund favour: Financial Times, January 16, 2011

Oh yes, minister – how Bertie played key role in Burley's political bonkbuster: Sunday Independent, April 10, 2011

Modernising the past in order to move forward [GAA]: The Irish Times, December 4, 2010

Hollywood boosts North's economy: Sunday Business Post, April 10, 2011

Barack Obama in Ireland – Moneygall is in the grip of Obamania: Daily Telegraph, May 11, 2011

Gift offers flooding in as Obama fever grips Moneygall: Irish Independent, April 14, 2011

Secret service to supply beer for Obama trip: Evening Herald, May 9, 2011

Morrissey accuses BBC of 'Iranian censorship' over royals: Daily Telegraph, May 11, 2011

Irish billionaire inspires Warren Buffet, Bill Gates to give it all away: Irish Voice/, May 10, 2011

Ron Clifford escaped World Trade Center, as sister and niece killed in plane: Irish Voice/, May 2, 2011

Global forum for Dublin Castle: Irish Examiner, May 4, 2011

UCD graduate now among chip leaders in Silicon Valley: The Irish Times, April 23, 2010

A Scholar Senator Speaks: Wall Street Journal, May 6, 2011

Chef Cathal has eyes on the culinary prize: Irish Echo, May 4, 2011

Moneygall man puts his shirt on Obama: Irish Examiner, May 2, 2011

Des Bishop – The final punchline:, May 2, 2011

Building Bridges Between Irish Universities and Silicon Valley: New Tech Post, April 28, 2011

In the name of the Father, Son and the Holy Gorse: Belfast Media, April 14, 2011

Great advertisements for Northern Ireland scenery and industry: Belfast Telegraph, April 27, 2011

Ireland can help Uganda out: The Independent (Uganda), March 26, 2011

Carrickmacross lace crowns the royal wedding gown: BBC, April 29, 2011

The Titanic sank into the depths of humankind: Daily Telegraph, April 23, 2011

'I told Obama, you gotta go to Ireland. He said, I will': The Irish Times, April 23, 2010

Stars and wipes – Villagers embark on mass spring clean for Obama's visit to Irish ancestoral home: Daily Mail, April 22, 2011

A Derry soldier's Vietnam story: Derry Journal, April 19, 2011

The lady among the Lords: The Irish Times, April 23, 2010

Village terrorised by Termin-otter: Irish Independent, April 19, 2011

Ireland's linguistic legacy: Ottawa Citizen, March 17, 2011

Future of Irish youth is anywhere but here: The Irish Times, April 1, 2011

The woman whose product line is the 'Playboy' logo: The Irish Times, March 25, 2011

Murdo takes over Pan Celtic Presidency: Stornoway Gazette, April 20, 2011

Ulster Carpets savour Obama honour: UTV Internet, April 12, 2011

An Irishman's Diary [Stephen Pollak]: The Irish Times, April 18, 2011

Soap opera life of Celtic Tiger dynasty: Irish Independent, April 21, 2011

Boy, 2, with rare disease to undergo medical trial in US: Irish Examiner, April 16, 2011

We claim you as one of our own, Mr President: Sunday Independent, April 17, 2011

Skryne man in bid to build Irish-American museum in Washington: Meath Chronicle, March 23, 2011

No alternative – iconic record shop is silenced: The Independent, April 16, 2011

The Awakening – An Interview With Tom McEnery:, March 8, 2011

'It's amazing that kids here in Rwanda ask me about Mary Robinson': Irish Independent, March 17, 2011

An Irish starchitect – the iconic buildings that have made Kevin Roche's reputation: The Irish Times, April 9, 2011

Local solutions to national problem: Sunday Business Post, October 17, 2010

When it comes to sport, we all love a loser: Daily Telegraph, April 11, 2011

Change may come too late to halt a new Irish diaspora: The Scotsman, February 26, 2011

Irish Language – Small But Significant: The Point News (St. Mary's College, MD), April 5, 2010

Feeney pledges his vast fortune to philanthropy: The Irish Times, February 26, 2011

The Irish and the development of multicultural Australia: Irish Echo (Australia), March 9, 2011

US team runs rule over Moneygall: The Irish Times, April 5, 2010

Rare chance to show Australia's Irish history to Ireland missed: Irish Echo (Australia)

The Ulster woman who is 'shaking the world': The News Letter, April 4, 2010

The man whose bank has no problem finding rich clients: The Irish Times, March 5, 2011

The Last Roar of the Celtic Tiger:, March 24, 2011

Titanic centenary launched with R J Welch exhibition: BBC, March 31, 2011

Prince Albert to visit Mayo home of his great grandfather: Irish Examiner, April 1, 2011

Mulligan links faith with struggle for justice: Irish Echo, October 7, 2010

Shinrone makes pitch for Obama to visit ancestors' burial place: The Irish Times, March 29, 2011

Sheen opens heart to Gaybo about Charlie: Evening Herald, March 29, 2011

Violin which played as the Titanic sank found after 99 years: Belfast Telegraph, March 28, 2011

Libya puts Power back in limelight: Irish Echo, March 24, 2011

Nothing wrong with a little 'hatred' [Rugby]: Carlow Nationalist, March 29, 2011

McGorry in campaign mode from day one: Irish Echo (Australia), March 15, 2011

The billionaire, the minister and a deal shocking Ireland: The Independent, March 24, 2011

Rory in the driving seat for UNICEF: Irish Independent, March 19, 2011

Irish-American to command 600,000 soldiers in US army: Irish Examiner, March 26, 2011

McGowan starts 250th parade with late partner's whistle: Irish Echo, March 23, 2011

Barack Obama visit is already boosting morale in Ireland:, March 20, 2011

How the US president's roots were traced to Offaly: Irish Examiner, March 19, 2011

Travel – Titanic, a disaster to remember: San Diego Union-Tribune, March 20, 2011

Kells bells! TCD puts ancient book's name to beer: Sunday Independent, March 20, 2011

Obama plan puts Moneygall, 'once only a run-through town', firmly on the map: The Irish Times, March 18, 2011

St. Patrick's Day surprise – Study finds relatives who share Obama's Irish ancestry; some kin unhappy: New York Daily News, March 17, 2011

Wall St told that Irish still have money: The Irish Times, March 15, 2011

Crisis? What crisis? The Irish are back: The Independent, March 17, 2011

Of Irish Soil and Ugandan Politics: New York Times, March 2, 2011

Call for Irish to get unused Aussie €3 visas to U.S.: Irish Voice/, December 3, 2010

Irish citizens in Japan call off St. Patrick's Day celebrations: Irish Voice/, March 15, 2011

Ireland is easy to love: Hanover Mariner, March 12, 2011

Sydney Opera House turns off the green light: Irish Echo (Australia), March 12, 2011

Irish voices behind NBC's NY parade show: Irish Examiner, March 15, 2011

Michelle to sow seeds for a 'green' White House: Irish Independent, March 14, 2011

One On 1 – Niall O'Dowd Reflects On The Long Road To Peace:, March 7, 2011

Joe Kennedy was no angel but neither was he a bootlegger: Irish Examiner, March 14, 2011

Huge hike in Irish '457' visa numbers: Irish Echo (Australia), March 9, 2011

Gabriel Byrne says Irish have a 'right to feel betrayed': Irish Voice/, January 7, 2011

The Business on Patrick Kennedy, Chief executive, Paddy Power: The Independent, March 8, 2011

Fry drops in to soft-soap cast of TG4's 'Ros na Rún': The Irish Times, March 4, 2011

Hibernian Happenings [Book of Kells replica]: Tucson Weekly, March 3, 2011

East County engraver is firearms marks man: San Diego Union-Tribune, February 23, 2011

Schoolgirl given Royal treat by Kate Middleton: Belfast Telegraph, March 9, 2011

Ó Hamlet – To be or not to be?: Irish Examiner, March 4, 2011

An Irish scholar and soldier serves in Afghanistan: Irish Voice/, February 18, 2011

$5M grant brings Ireland to Chicago: Chicago Sun Times, January 7, 2011

Robinson nominated for peace prize: Irish Independent, December 27, 2010

Geldof calls for end to casino culture in banks: Irish Examiner, October 7, 2010

Voyage of rediscovery for Terry Wogan as he returns to land of his fathers: Daily Mail, January 20, 2011

MBE for Athy's Sr Consilio: Leinster Leader, February 23, 2011

Northern Ireland woman who blazed Lonely Planet trail sells up: Belfast Telegraph, February 28, 2011

Legends of Irish Giants Are More Than Tall Tales:, February 20, 2011

Canada to issue 11,000 visas: Irish Examiner, February 23, 2011

The return of the 'American Wake': Donegal Democrat, January 20, 2011

At St. Brigid's, a Life Lost, Though Not Unknown: New York Times, February 23, 2011

NY fundraiser for Belfast dream: Irish Echo, February 14, 2011

Paddy Power chief Patrick Kennedy gallops towards overseas opportunities: Daily Telegraph, January 24, 2011

John Brennan, the Irish American who keeps America safe: Irish Voice/, February 21, 2011

Not lost in translation – dictionary traces English words' Irish roots: The Irish Times, December 1, 2010

The Irish artist who captured Che: The Irish Times, February 19, 2011

The banker who became Ireland's most hated man: The Independent, January 31, 2011

Brewery raises glass after breakthrough in America: Belfast Telegraph, January 24, 2011

Galway songwriter's musical donation to Queensland flood relief: Irish Echo (Australia), February 10, 2011

Irish Descendants at home in Hub: The Patriot Ledger, February 17, 2011

Marble Hill's Irish connection: The News Eagle (Hawley, PA), January 3, 2011

Passing of BBC's Brian Hanrahan stirs up memories of legendary report: Belfast Telegraph, December 23, 2010

Connemara cottage at centre of US Senator corruption complaint: Galway Advertiser, January 8, 2011

Ireland's image in U.S. is now deeply damaged, conference told: Irish Voice/, February 15, 2011

Road bowling alive and well in London: Irish Post, December 22, 2010

If you're Irish, we'll give you the certificate to prove it: Irish Independent, December 27, 2010

Why a Northern Irishman is running for office in Uganda's Feb. 18 election: Christian Science Monitor, February 13, 2011

Irish tongue is a real mouthful for Chinese students: Irish Independent, December 27, 2010

Romantic Ireland: Boston Globe, December 19, 2010

Why 100 years on, we still love Ireland's Own: Irish Independent, December 21, 2010

Irish still hope for Steelers: Irish Echo, February 9, 2011

Irish JFK painting in US sale: The Irish Times, February 12, 2011

Beloved St. Patrick is not officially a saint after all: Irish Voice/, January 30, 2011

HBO seeks rights for documentary for bare knuckle boxing in Dundalk: Dundalk Democrat, February 4, 2011

You Can Surf For Turf – Website sells 'incredibly intense and aromatic' Irish peat: The Patriot Ledger, February 3, 2011

'The overwhelming feeling I have is one of sadness for the country': The Irish Times, February 5, 2011

Patrick Kennedy says he's ready for the 'next frontier': Providence Journal, December 19, 2010

Packers' Coach Has Fans in a Small Slice of Steelertown: New York Times, January 25, 2011

Steelers' success starts with Rooneys: Johnstown Tribune-Democrat, February 5, 2011

Dan Rooney wants to bring the Pittsburgh Steelers to Ireland: Irish Voice/, February 4, 2011

NFL neither confirms nor denies: Irish Echo, February 3, 2011

First ever as Irish monks create iPhone app: Irish Voice/, January 20, 2011

When Irish Eyes Are Crying: Vanity Fair, March 2011 (by Michael Lewis)

The 'Real' Fighter – Micky Ward:, February 1, 2011

Tullamore woman hits the jackpot: Offaly Express, February 3, 2011

Irishmen's tower stands out in Berlin: The Irish Times, February 4, 2011

The team that changed the face of Gaelic football: Sunday Tribune, November 21, 2010 (review by PJ Cunningham)

Portrait of Hitler envoy's daughter to be auctioned: The Irish Times, January 29, 2011

Wogan's Ireland divides the nation: Irish Post, January 26, 2011

Caution – Hurling zone: Boston Herald, January 27, 2011

£2m deal to restore Titanic's ferry: Irish Independent, February 1, 2011

Steelers may play NFL game at Croker: Irish Echo, January 26, 2011

Number of Irish seeking Oz move soars by 60%: Irish Examiner, January 12, 2011

Living abroad should not stop you having a say at home: The Irish Times, January 24, 2011

U.S. taxpayers will contribute $5 billion to Irish bailout: Irish Voice/, January 7, 2011

Byrne wants to save Irish cultural centre in London: The Irish Times, January 25, 2011

The Apprentice – Dara O Briain interview: Daily Telegraph, October 5, 2010

An Irishman's Diary [ Jewish boxers, Irish names]: The Irish Times, January 26, 2011

Irishman's 'Black Ops': The Irish Times, January 21, 2011

The Irish will rise again: Sunday Telegraph, January 23, 2011 (by Terry Wogan)

Reid gives a voice to the Diaspora: Irish Post, January 19, 2011

GAA players emigrate in huge numbers: Sunday Business Post, January 16, 2011

50,000 to emigrate this year – ESRI: RTE, January 20, 2011

Words to the wise – The graffiti artist cheering up Dublin: Independent on Sunday, November 28, 2010

Lady McCorkell: Daily Telegraph, January 14, 2011

Byrne launches largest-ever scheme of Irish arts events across the US: Irish Examiner, January 8, 2011

Love, Bacon, and a Bit of Ireland: New York Times, January 13, 2011

Leaving home... the new wave of emigration: BBC, January 9, 2011

A bit of Irish swing comes to San Diego: San Diego Union Tribune, January 13, 2011

US warriors champion the warrior sport of hurling: Irish Examiner, January 8, 2011

Sr Consilio awarded honorary MBE: Irish Examiner, January 5, 2011

Doctor running in Uganda election: Belfast Telegraph, December 27, 2010

Ireland plans 'startup nirvana' to poach global talent:, November 25, 2010

A man with touch of glass: Boston Globe, December 23, 2010

Hardships of a Nation Push Horses Out to Die: New York Times, December 20, 2010

Across the waters – Skype gives tenuous links greater visibility between Ireland and Argentina: Westmeath Examiner, December 15, 2010

Expat extends helping hand to migrants who fancy trying Canada: The Irish Times, November 6, 2010

Irish stargazer spots 'supernova' exploding star: Belfast Telegraph, October 6, 2010

Ulster jockey McCoy wins sports award: The News Letter, December 20, 2010

Faith and begorrah 'tis shocking altogether to be the joke of the world: Sunday Tribune, November 28, 2010

Graeme McDowell – If I take my baseball cap off, nobody recognises me: Daily Mail, December 11, 2010

Ireland bail-out – Brian Cowen, the larger than life Irish PM nicknamed 'Biffo': Daily Telegraph, November 22, 2010

US still offering that gateway to opportunity, power and influence: The Irish Times, December 17, 2010

'The Irish have been poor before, we can be poor again': Daily Telegraph, November 20, 2010

Are Dublin's literary connections just accidents of birth?: The Irish Times, September 25, 2010

Eileen Gray chair fails to sell: The Irish Times, December 15, 2010

Molloy's flute to help Irish music breach the final frontier: The Irish Times, December 15, 2010

Irish emigration is heating up anew: Springfield Republican, November 29, 2010 (Editorial)

Graeme McDowell makes himself the face of pro golf in 2010: Palm Beach Post, December 12, 2010

McDowell proves fine ambassador: The News Letter (Editorial), December 7, 2010

Word play as Gaeilge – Irish Scrabble now available: The Irish Times, November 27, 2010

Wind of change revives Harland and Wolff: Financial Times, November 21, 2010

Will these Irish migrants be different from the past?: BBC, November 23, 2010

The Bond Vigilantes Have Moved to Dublin: New York Times, December 4, 2010

America's newest immigrant – The Irish: Metro (New York), December 8, 2010

More Irish emigrating to Oz, figures reveal: Irish Echo (Australia), December 9, 2010

Wayne McCullough inducted into WBC legends museum: BBC, December 8, 2010

Graeme McDowell shows smooth driving brings its rewards: BBC, December 7, 2010

Lessons in how to 'go big' from Silicon Valley success: The Irish Times, November 27, 2010

Fry's Wilde about his Trinity honour: Irish Independent, December 7, 2010

My legal hero – Robert F Kennedy:, December 9, 2010

Ireland's boom, and its banks, have gone. But it still has the web: The Observer, November 28, 2010

Sr Maura's book chronicles history of Dominican nuns: Carlow Nationalist, December 6, 2010

Diaspora's green fees cost country €15m in 2010: Sunday Tribune, Decmeber 5, 2010

Newest wave of immigrants hurling in from the Emerald Isle: Vancouver Sun, November 27, 2010

Irish-Mexican alliance in a new time of need: Irish Echo, December 2, 2010

Might be no gold at end of Ireland's rainbow: The Barrie Examiner, November 17, 2010

BB, the first Irish-speaking toy, gets set for Christmas: Irish Examiner, November 27, 2010

Mr Tayto theme park sounds very a-peeling: Belfast Telegraph, November 25, 2010

Bill Gates funds Irish dropout in battle with malaria: Irish Independent, November 15, 2010

Irish group does mean business: Boston Herald, November 3, 2010

From car hire to software engine: Financial Times, October 12, 2010

2 Brothers Will Rule in Wisconsin: New York Times, November 26, 2010

Looking at Ireland, I don't know whether to laugh or cry: The Guardian, November 20, 2010 (by Colm Tóibín)

Gutsy gran (105) who took on Aras dies: Irish Independent, November 26, 2010

The look of the Irish: London (ONT) Free Press, November 13, 2010

Interview – Leeds legend John Giles: Scotland on Sunday, November 14, 2010
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The crushing recession that's brought Ireland to its knees: Macleans, November 17, 2010

The Debtor of the Western World: New York Times, November 18, 2010

Adopted Ulsterman shares NI love affair: The News Letter, November 15, 2010

Home is where the heart is for McIlroy:, November 16, 2010

The Hunt for Jobs Sends the Irish Abroad, Again: New York Times, November 21, 2010

Irish people feel frightened, alone and unled:, November 18, 2010

A call for Irish Diaspora to come home: Irish Voice/, Novembe 2, 2010

US college to have a campus in Dungarvan: Waterford News & Star, November 16, 2010

Ireland aims to capitalise on wave power: Financial Times, , November 14, 2010

Skilled Irish diaspora focuses on recovery: The Irish Times, November 12, 2010

Great dynasties of the world – The Kennedys: The Guardian, October 23, 2010

Notre Dame Enlists an Irish-Literature Expert From the Emerald Isle: The Chronicle of Higher Education, October 31, 2010

Book review – When the luck of the Irish ran out: The Scotsman, November 13, 2010
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Talk of Disaster Could Prove Disastrous for Ireland: New York Times, November 15, 2010

The Reverend Dr. Harold Good Awarded Honorary OWU Degree: Connect2 OWU, November 11, 2010

Tributes flood in for a great Irishman: Irish Post, November 3, 2010

The fall of a bank: Boston Globe, November 5, 2010

When in Galway: London (ONT) Free Press, November 13, 2010

Northern Ireland tops for shooting and fishing: BBC, October 25, 2010

Freed priest awarded humanitarian honour: Irish Examiner, November 15, 2010

An American Original:, October 6, 2010

Irish photography – the early years: The Irish Times, October 18, 2010

Graeme McDowell blessed with a winning personality: The Scotsman, October 9, 2010

Business interview – Oliver Hughes, Porterhouse: Sunday Business Post, October 31, 2010

Stamp collection may sell for €3m: The Irish Times, November 9, 2010

US-Irish research alliance to be extended: The Irish Times, October 21, 2010

Stormont diary – Axe practice for ministers on Games Of Thrones set: Belfast Telegraph, November 8, 2010

It's in their blood: Owen Sound Sun Times, November 6, 2010

From 'cúpla focal' to fluent start-up: Sunday Business Post, October 24, 2010

Irish at forefront of Hawaii's language revival: Irish Echo, September 3, 2010

Camp America could be on cards: The Irish Times, November 6, 2010

Missionary zeal – Ireland's informal diplomatic corps: The Irish Times, November 6, 2010

Welcome to Shanghai-on-Shannon: The Irish Times, November 6, 2010

Guinness Offers its Boldest Fan an Unprecedented Visit to Ireland: Sacramento Bee, November 5, 2010

Australian man's search for 'Famine Orphan' ends in Enniskillen: Impartial Reporter, November 5, 2010

Mary Higgins Clark will be 2011 St.Patrick's Grand Marshal: Irish Voice/, November 5, 2010

Great-grandaughter of famed Waterford composer visits city: The Munster Express, September 24, 2010

Manhattan transfer – Irish labourers head for New York: Sunday Tribune, October 24, 2010

Only Irish-born Rabbi passes away: Irish Voice/, November 4, 2010

Bill Gates, Warren Buffett didn't go far enough in giving money away says philanthropist Chuck Feeney: Irish Voice/, October 26, 2010

'Celtic tiger' licks its wounds and aims for recovery: Financial Times, Novembe 3, 2010

Timoney's beat has yet to run its course: Irish Echo, October 21, 2010

Orlando's new Bishop John Noonan: Low-key – but no less committed to causes: Orlando Sentinel, October 28, 2010

Paula Allen – 'Wrong Way' Corrigan here in '38: San Antonio Express, October 24, 2010

Blarney stone kiss, Irish emigration story easy daytrip by train from Dublin: The News-Herald (Ohio), October 17, 2010

Irish American Mike Pence now a White House contender: Irish Voice/, September 21, 2010

Shinty stars seek revenge in Dublin: Highland News, October 28, 2010

Mick Jagger's life-saving performance in Ireland: Daily Telegraph, October 23, 2010

Northern Ireland artist's YouTube taxi video grips New York: Belfast Telegraph, October 25, 2010

What, no pumpkins? Before Halloween went to Hollywood. . .: Irish Independent, October 28, 2010

Catholics say bishop has taken Dallas Diocese past scandal to a better place: Dallas Morning News, October 24, 2010

The hi-tech miracle rescuing Ireland from a banking crisis: Daily Telegraph, October 8, 2010

Hollywood Dirty Dancing star reflects on fateful journey from Kilcar: Donegal Democrat, October 14, 2010

Uplifting brotherhood helps order of sisters: Cherry Hill Courier Post, October 21, 2010

Bringing future US leaders to Ireland:, September 24, 2010

Ian McKeane obituary: The Guardian, September 27, 2010

Gangster wanted over murder of Veronica Guerin finally arrested: The Independent, September 3, 2010

Fond memories of a lifetime of service with the US navy: Londonderry Sentinel, October 14, 2010

A drop of Irish?: Liverpool Confidential, October 18, 2010

Live Argentine link-up sees history made in Boher: Westmeath Examiner, October 13, 2010

US Airways to begin direct flights from Dublin to Charlotte: The Irish Times, September 20, 2010

Gardaí examine use of several Irish passports by Russian spies: The Irish Times, October 11, 2010

Engineering a twist to Titanic legend: Evening Herald, October 5, 2010

BBC launch Hugo Duncan sat-nav download: Belfast Telegraph, August 28, 2010

Potter Stephen Pearce re-opens after two years: Irish Independent, October 5, 2010

Death penalty exhibition cancelled in Belfast:, October 6, 2010

The Titanic's bungling and incompetent owners and crew: Belfast Telegraph, September 20, 2010

Holyoke parade honors author [ David McCullough]: Springfield Republican, September 23, 2010

Boxer Barry McGuigan lands peace prize: Belfast Telegraph, September 22, 2010

US to open 'green card' lottery today: The Irish Times, October 5, 2010

Message in bottle from Melbourne students found in Ireland:, October 4, 2010

Lost Battle of Aughrim painting resurfaces on eBay: The Irish Times, October 2, 2010

Irish born have an identity crisis: Irish Post, August 18, 2010

McIlroy's attacking style will make him important part of Euro push: Yorkshire Post, September 29, 2010

Shawn Thornton and Patrice Bergeron – Irish brothers?:

Big Odyssey match is a winner for the economy: Belfast Telegraph, September 28, 2010

House of Crystal to top 110,000 visitors in first year: Waterford News & Star, September 28, 2010

The Celtic Tiger, declawed and defanged: Online Journal, September 30, 2010

Oscar Wilde letters are sold at auction: BBC, September 24, 2010

Padraig Harrington tipped to be a Ryder Cup hero by his former coach: Liverpool Daily Post, September 28, 2010

Ice Hockey – Boston Bruins to make most of Belfast visit: Belfast Telegraph, September 28, 2010

How US students rate Irish universities: The Irish Times, September 28, 2010

Ireland faces a tough road to economic recovery: Dallas Morning News, September 26, 2010

Why all those endearing old charms make us what we are: The Irish Times, August 26, 2010

Wogan tells of grief at death of baby girl: Irish Independent, September 27, 2010

Mark's handshake for his famous uncle: Irish Independent, September 25, 2010

Titanic exhibit to promote Northern Ireland in New York City: Irish Voice/, September 25, 2010

Asian games a hit as GAA goes global: The Irish Times, September 27, 2010

Titanic sunk by steering blunder, new book claims: Daily Telegraph, September 23, 2010

Playboy prince drops in for pint at famed pub: Irish Independent, September 24, 2010

Unlikely tale of the playwright and the pugilist: The Irish Times, September 23, 2010

New book explores Irish emigrant stories: Irish Voice/, September 18, 2010
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Rep. Patrick Kennedy Honored for His Dedication and Commitment as Co-Chair of the Congressional Down Syndrome Caucus: Centre Daily Times, September 16, 2010

Look to our colleges as affordable option, Ireland is saying: Boston Irish Reporter, September 3, 2010

When words failed even Oscar Wilde: Sunday Telegraph, September 19, 2010

A Titanic travesty: Belfast Telegraph, August 31, 2010 (Editorial)

Sir Reg Empey to meet Bill Gates in New York: BBC, September 19, 2010

Barry McGuigan keeps the faith in new venture in Belfast: Daily Telegraph, September 17, 2010

Bio cites Carey's courage, integrity, intelligence: Irish Echo, September 17, 2010

Irish oral history project bolstered with $100,000: Billings Gazette, September 13, 2010

Irish American man at the center of beatification during Pope's U.K visit: Irish Voice/, September 15, 2010

Work of Eunice Kennedy Shriver to be honoured by government: Sunday Business Post, September 12, 2010

Feherty – Right Place, Right Time: Southern Pines Pilot, September 12, 2010

Fair City set faces move after German embassy complains: Evening Herald, August 20, 2010

A tribute to those Irish Americans we lost on 9/11: Irish Voice/, September 10, 2010

Signs have comforted 9/11 kin: author McEneaney: Irish Echo, September 10, 2010

Irish community contemplating loss of key institutions: Irish Post, July 14, 2010

A punchy tribute to Dan the man: Irish Independent, August 28, 2010

Laughter and tears galore in ma's latest chapter: Irish Independent, May 29, 2010
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Windfall for Harland and Wolff shipyard as £20m contract is secured: Belfast Telegraph, September 2, 2010

Climber McDonnell to be honored posthumously: Anchorage Daily News, August 24, 2010

Shannon expertise helps save Chilean miners: Limerick Post, September 9, 2010

'Bouncy dolmen' goes on show: The Irish Times, August 28, 2010

Noel Trainor is making paradise even better: Irish Echo, September 8, 2010

How the otter half lived in Ireland's Big Houses: Irish Independent, August 26, 2010

Fears Grow over the Fate of Irish Economy, Banks:, September 7, 2010

Irish welfare groups call for cull of thousands of unwanted and abandoned horses: Daily Telegraph, September 7, 2010

Martin Sheen to attend nun's funeral in Mayo: The Irish Times, September 6, 2010

Wild wolf women kick off the parade with bite: Irish Independent, July 19, 2010

Limerickman falsely accused of being a 'KGB spy reveals all about his ordeal: Limerick Leader, September 3, 2010

Jesuit believes CIA files can unlock 27-year mystery: Irish Echo, September 1, 2010

Mother described as an 'almost saintly woman': The Irish Times, September 2, 2010

Hollywood star pays tribute to Mayo nun killed in Malibu: Western People, August 31, 2010

Sixteen Irish playwrights in New York festival 2010: Irish Voice/, August 9, 2010

Irish born have an identity crisis: Irish Post, August 26, 2010

Top surfer and US Senator visits Donegal: Donegal Democrat, August 26, 2010

Ireland 'stealing business' from other countries says expert: Irish Voice/, July 3, 2010

Opportunity knocks: Sunday Independent, March 7, 2010

Once again, the Irish are leaving home: Toronto Globe and Mail, July 23, 2010

Will we remain Irish?: Irish Post, July 21, 2010

Time to salute a remarkable achievement: The Irish Times, August 11, 2010

Return to America – how I failed to make Ireland my home: Irish Voice/, July 21, 2010

New Tone in the art of fatherhood: Sunday Independent, January 3, 2010

Joe Bradley – football entrepreneur linking Derry to Boston: Derry Journal, August 20, 2010

Ryder Cup vice-captain Darren Clarke returns home to Northern Ireland: Sunday Telegraph, August 22, 2010

Their Better Half [Lady Caroline Blackwood]: New York Times, August 17, 2010

Top American post for Derry born doctor: Derry Journal, June 14, 2010

Game rooted in Irish rebellion: Elmira Star-Gazette, August 14, 2010

Ex-trader sets his satiric sights on Wall St.: Irish Echo, August 5, 2010

Oldest living Irishwoman at 108 gives us exclusive interview: Irish Voice/, August 18, 2010

Grainne toasts her big breakfast-time break: Irish Independent, July 21, 2010

More migrants quitting Ireland than any EU state: The Independent, July 29, 2010

Making sense of contemporary Ireland: Sunday Business Post, March 7, 2010
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Literature key to Dublin's economic renewal – Mayor: The Irish Times, February 25, 2010

US company sues for $1.38m over 'Titanic' exhibit: The Irish Times, July 20, 2010

Ireland gripped by frenzy over freed 'Beast of Baltinglass': The Independent, August 14, 2010

Obama Offaly keen to visit Irish roots, says envoy: Belfast Telegraph, August 14, 2010

As Ireland slashes spending, is it model or cautionary tale?: Los Angeles Times, August 4, 2010

Philly center provides services, home away from home: Irish Echo, August 13, 2010

Irish transgendered woman seeks refugee status in Canada: Montreal Gazette, July 30, 2010

Norton to take over Ross's TV slot: Irish Examiner, July 16, 2010

The Irish 'research lady' who helped win the Nobel: The Irish Times, August 12, 2010

Ladies go wild for penniless Mark: Irish Examiner, July 22, 2010

Irish on the home straits (Whistling Straits): Irish Independent, August 10, 2010

Governor tracing ancestors during trip to Carrick: Carrick Times, July 28, 2010 [Reilly of Alabama]

Firms racing to cash in on Irish heritage certs: Evening Herald, July 22, 2010

Missionary zeal for killing competition: Financial Times, August 9, 2010

100th anniversary Titanic cruise attracts worldwide interest: Irish Examiner, July 29, 2010

Emigrants to US failing to check work visa options: The Irish Times, August 5, 2010

New York Irish Center hosts Máirtín Ó Muilleoir for bi-lingual talks on business and renaissance: Irish Voice/, February 18, 2010

Mystery of the Limerickman's hurley seized at G20 riots in Toronto: Limerick Leader, July 23, 2010

Alex Higgins, snooker player, dies at 61:, July 24, 2010

Newfoundland historian Peter Hart was an expert on the IRA: Toronto Globe and Mail, August 5, 2010

From the Irish Famine to the Irish on Wall Street: Irish Voice/, July 22, 2010

The guru of toughness: Boston Globe, July 19, 2010

An Irishman's Diary – malarkey: The Irish Times, July 13, 2010

Once again, Ireland is no country for young men: Sunday Independent, July 18, 2010

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  • Ties that bind – Professor pens book about Irish-Americans in classic films: Northern Virginia Daily, May 13, 2010
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    Joe Dowling accepts 'final term' at Guthrie Theatre: Minneapolis Star Tribune, July 19, 2010

    120,000 expected to emigrate by end of 2011, says report: The Irish Times, July 14, 2010

    The Business Interview – Philip Almound, Global Marketing Director, Baileys Irish Cream: Sunday Tribune, July 18, 2010

    Harland & Wolff charting a new course with ocean energy technology: The Irish Times, July 12, 2010

    Cowen bids to drum up business in New York: The Irish Times, July 13, 2010

    Terry Wogan – Childhood memories are far from sunny if you were born in Limerick: Sunday Telegraph, July 11, 2010

    Sweaty Irish students can't take the NYC heat: Irish Voice/, July 7, 2010

    Cowen launches €500m plan for Ireland as innovation hub: The Irish Times, July 12, 2010

    Newspaper apologizes for anti–Irish rant: Irish Voice/, July 8, 2010

    Boston Bruins ticket fever grips Belfast: Belfast Telegraph, July 8, 2010

    Singing detective's cause leads her to Fenway: Boston Globe, July 11, 2010

    American Ireland Fund – Old bonds still strong: Business & Finance, July 1, 2010

    Tourism Minister Arlene Foster lauds Giants-Bruins game: BBC, July 7, 2010

    Ryan Grady, an Irish American hero, died in Afghanistan on eve of July 4: Irish Voice/, July 5, 2010

    Meanwhile, the 'human mole' bites the dust: The Independent, June 19, 2010

    I'm Irish but call Britain home: Irish Post, June 23, 2010

    Ambassadors for Shannon Region: Clare Champion, May 27, 2010

    John Furlong – Finding the right stufito ascend from 'nowhere' to leadership greatness: Vancouver Sun, July 1, 2010

    Giles scores a six-figure deal for his memoirs: Irish Independent, June 5, 2010

    Mayo priest praying that oil steers clear: Irish Echo, June 30, 2010

    A bright new dawn for Waterford Crystal: Irish Examiner, June 26, 2010

    Queen honours Longley and McCoy in Birthday Awards list: BBC, June 12, 2010

    Weather puts Titanic project on course for 2012 opening: Belfast Telegraph, June 29, 2010

    'Forgotten Irish' fund falls short of target: Irish Independent, March 18, 2010

    It's sign of Portrush's pride in US Open champ McDowell: Belfast Telegraph, June 26, 2010

    Wogan treks back to uncover Irish roots: BBC, June 25, 2010

    An Irishman's Diary – Samuel Barber in Ireland: The Irish Times, March 3, 2010

    Graeme McDowell's UAB teammate Chris Devlin not surprised by U.S. Open win: Birmingham News, June 24, 2010

    Retracing the decade-long journey to the national fervour of Italia '90: The Irish Times, April 23, 2010
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    Brendan Ingle still landing blows for humanity at the age of 70: The Times, June 21, 2010

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    Graham Norton on his move to BBC One: Daily Telegraph, September 30, 2009

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    Silicon Valley investors to meet in Belfast with Ireland, N. Ireland startups: San Jose Mercury News, September 25, 2009

    Tracing family history is becoming easier goal: Irish News, September 26, 2009

    Postcode lessons from the North: The Irish Times, September 23, 2009

    More emigrating from Ireland than immigrating for first time in 14 years: The Irish Times, September 23, 2009

    Older now, but still living on the edge in Boston: Irish Echo, September 23, 2009

    Website helps historians get 'streetwise': The News Letter, September 24, 2009

    Korean-American Gaelic warrior goes to war: Irish Voice/, September 23, 2009

    Almost 20% of Galway's citizens are non-Irish: The Irish Times, September 24, 2009

    Irish eyes and a moral voice at work to win human rights for all: The Australian, September 24, 2009

    Dan Brown's 'Lost Symbol' comes to life in Ireland to rock: Irish Voice/, September 21, 2009

    Aer Lingus to hold off on US pre-clearance at Shannon: The Irish Times, September 14, 2009

    Aer Lingus may end money-losing U.S.-Ireland services: Irish Voice/, September 21, 2009

    Guinness splashes out on celebrations: Sunday Business Post, September 20, 2009

    The past can save our future: Sunday Business Post, September 20, 2009

    Government planning 'long overdue' Irish global network: Sunday Tribune, September 20, 2009

    Happy birthday Guinness! The Black Stuff at 250: Independent on Sunday, September 20, 2009

    Fewer links: Irish Echo, September 16, 2009 (Editorial)

    Farmleigh forum – Opportunity we should not ignore: Irish Examiner, September 19, 2009 (Editorial)

    $14b Newfoundland economy targeted: Londonderry Sentinel, September 17, 2009

    Call for Arthur's Day holiday:, September 18, 2009

    Ted Kennedy's touching tribute to sister Jean Kennedy Smith: Irish Voice/, September 17, 2009

    Fire sale – selling the 'oul sod' to an American audience: The Irish Times, September 18, 2009

    Egan remembered for strong opinions, achievements: The Eagle-Tribune, September 14, 2009

    Tapping into Irish diaspora could make big impact at home: The Irish Times, September 18, 2009

    Ireland to pay €54bn for banks' bad debts and to spur lending: Financial Times, September 17, 2009

    Irishman stumps for Obama on health care reform: Irish Voice/, September 16, 2009

    Irish brands to take over QVC for a day: Sunday Business Post, September 6, 2009

    Kids pen a salute to their 9/11 hero: Irish Echo, September 9, 2009

    Remembering Vincent O'Brien: The Irish Times, September 12, 2009

    Eunice Kennedy and the death of the great American dream: The Observer, August 16, 2009

    Cowen looks to diaspora for ideas on economy: Irish Examiner, August 22, 2009

    A helping hand for new wave of Irish emigrants: Irish Post, August 22, 2009

    Oirish emigré? What a load of Paddywhack: Independent on Sunday, September 6, 2009

    Aidan Heavey – Irish eyes are smiling as Tullow strikes it rich in Africa's oilfields: The Independent, September 10, 2009

    Teenage Irish jockey dies in house fire: Sunday Independent, September 6, 2009

    Why the Kennedys are still so important to Ireland: Sunday Business Post, August 30, 2009

    Bearing Teddy—the lady in the shadows: Sunday Tribune, September 6, 2009

    My Gypsy childhood: The Guardian, September 7, 2009

    Ryanair stopped me flying to Dublin on my Irish passport: The Observer, September 6, 2009

    Homilies from late pope's 1979 Irish visit go online: The Irish Times, September 7, 2009

    Nation's top Irish-American business leaders to be honored at 12th annual Wall Street 50 Awards: Irish Voice/

    Budweiser ad filmed in Chicago — but it's airing only in Ireland: Chicago Tribune, September 3, 2009

    Begorra, here come those O'Blair kids: The Sunday Times

    Diaspora can foster future success: Sunday Business Post, August 30, 2009

    Exodus is expected among 'all levels' of society: Sunday Independent, September 6, 2009

    Cost of a cut: Irish Echo, August 5, 2009(Editorial)

    New row over airport role for US officers: Irish Independent, September 5, 2009

    Reception with Tyson in Belfast: Irish News, September 1, 2009

    A look at Ireland's rich crafts heritage:, August 23, 2009

    Making the frail, old Ali jump through hoops shames us (and he's not Irish): Irish Independent, September 4, 2009

    He's left a great void: Irish Echo, September 2, 2009

    Kennedys were leaders of the most nauseating and sentimental of any ethnic minority in US: Irish Independent, September 1, 2009

    Ireland's new favorite son? Muhammad Ali: Global Post, September 2, 2009

    Kennedy visit artifacts on display at Queen's: Irish News, September 1, 2009

    Kennedys were leaders of the most nauseating and sentimental of any ethnic minority in US: Irish Independent, September 1, 2009

    Muhammad Ali touches a corner of Ireland with his visit to Ennis: Daily Telegraph, September 2, 2009

    Fermanagh man on friendship with Ali: BBC, August 31, 2009

    Staging the story of 'Clinton's Ditch': Buffalo News, August 28, 2009

    Dire Land: Financial Times, August 31, 2009

    Chicago's Irish students – Man's death highlights influx in summer: Chicago Tribune, August 26, 2009

    It might be a case of third-time lucky for Ryanair as Aer Lingus reports €93m loss: The Times, August 28, 2009

    U.S. Irish outposts face possible aid cuts: Irish Echo, August 5, 2009

    Breakthrough for Gaels as Gúgaill goes as Gaeilge: Irish Examiner, August 28, 2009

    A sister's special tie with her youngest brother: Boston Globe, August 30, 2009

    Waiting for William: Washington Post, August 30, 2009

    Irish migrants Down Under up by a third: The Sunday Times, August 30, 2009

    Heart surgery innovator killed in US car accident: Irish News, August 28, 2009

    For the Large, Boisterous Irish Family, a Slide Into History: New York Times, August 29, 2009

    EMC cofounder Richard Egan dies: Boston Globe, August 29, 2009

    Tributes paid to 'loyal friend': Irish Examiner, August 28, 2009

    The Lord of the shrubs: Irish Independent, August 28, 2009

    Nation's top Irish-American business leaders to be honored at 12th annual Wall Street 50 Awards: Irish Voice/, August 24, 2009

    From the archive – Beirut hostage free after more than four years: The Guardian, August 24, 2009

    Irish Debate the Value of Toxic Loans: New York Times, August 24, 2009

    How a man from Santry became a big player in Macau's casinos: The Irish Times, August 20, 2009

    Big Irish names set for forum: Sunday Business Post, August 23, 2009

    Pioneering Scarlet Pimpernel nun celebrated as order leaves north: Irish News, August 22, 2009

    House raider smashed on head '100 times' with bat: Sunday Tribune, August 23, 2009

    The Downpatrick boy who saved Coca-Cola: Belfast Telegraph, August 12, 2009

    Name babies Columba for sake of Derry – Priest: Irish News, August 18, 2009

    From Ireland... to the United States (again): Boston Globe, August 11, 2009

    Last roar of a Lion: Sunday Independent, August 16, 2009

    Why Eunice deserves a very special place in our memories: Irish Independent, August 15, 2009

    Derry man sells Hitler's signed Mein Kampf: Derry Journal, August 13, 2009

    Mrs Robinson's accolade: The Irish Times, August 15, 2009 (Editorial)

    Eunice Kennedy Shriver – My sister Rosemary: The Guardian, August 14, 2009

    It's Ali versus Stella as Nude battle goes to the law courts: Irish Independent, August 13, 2009

    Dublin book of condolences for JFK's sister: The Irish Times, August 13, 2009

    Honor for Former Irish President Draws Criticism: Washington Post, August 12, 2009

    British Orchid oarsmen hailed as heroes after saving pilot John O'Shaughnessy: The Times, August 13, 2009

    The Downpatrick boy who saved Coca-Cola: Belfast Telegraph, August 12, 2009

    McAleese hails Special Olympics founder as 'visionary': Irish Examiner, August 12, 2009

    Irish determined to find family link to 'The Greatest': Irish Independent, August 12, 2009

    Pro-Israel groups attack US honour for Robinson: The Irish Times, August 7, 2009

    Invite 'heavy hitters' to party on Patrick's Day, group urges: The Irish Times, August 11, 2009

    Rory McIlroy at a loss to explain strange love affair with US: The Guardian, August 11, 2009

    Muhammad Ali to visit ancestral home in Ireland: Sunday Telegraph, August 9, 2009

    Long-lost relative hopes to meet legend Ali: Irish Independent, August 11, 2009

    Corkman to thank for Prince's visit: Irish Examiner, August 11, 2009

    Luck of the Irish: Financial Times, August 10, 2009

    Ennis family plan warm welcome for US relative Ali: The Irish Times, August 7, 2009

    The Extraordinary Promise of Rory McIlroy:, August 8, 2009

    U.S. Ambassador pays visit to Irish newlyweds: Irish Voice/, August 7, 2009

    A warm Irish welcome for our detainees: The Sunday Times, August 2, 2009

    No Apologies From the Boss of a No-Frills Airline: New York Times, July 31, 2009

    Two Guantánamo Bay inmates are destined for new home in Emerald Isle: The Times, July 29, 2009

    Villagers spooked as fallen tree 'frees spirit': The News Letter, July 28, 2009

    Stranded US troops were guests, not gatecrashers say newlyweds: Evening Herald, July 24, 2009

    Irish students absorb U.S. politics: Irish Echo, July 22, 2009

    Derry filmmakers part of US doc: BBC, June 30, 2009

    Irish children becoming invisible in British schools: Irish Post (Jul 22)

    The Catholic coup at St Andrews: The Independent, April 13, 2009

    'Miracle' tree stump – Let them believe: Irish Examiner, July 11, 2009 (Editorial)

    Minus the backpack: Irish Echo, July 22, 2009

    An Irishwoman's Diary – re-emigrating: The Irish Times, June 29, 2009

    An Irishman's American Dream – Meet the Irish Central Park cyclist: Irish Voice/, July 10, 2009

    Ulster-Scots group fears folding: BBC, June 23, 2009

    Troops who crashed wedding criticised: The Irish Times, July 21, 2009

    Hurler and cousin 'treated like terrorists' by US customs: Sunday Tribune, July 19, 2009

    Jacko 'knew lots on Irish current affairs': Sunday Tribune, June 28, 2009

    Lawyer makes the case for 'libel tourism': The News Letter, July 14, 2009

    Stump attracts a global audience: Irish Examiner, July 11, 2009

    Dublin braced for more killing as feuds take a grotesque twist: The Observer, July 19, 2009

    McIlroy Strives for Low Profile at British Open: New York Times, July 14, 2009

    Larranaga's son eyes building Irish hoops: Washington Times, July 8, 2009

    Padraig Harrington – 'If I win a third, I'll sing from the rooftops': The Independent, July 11, 2009

    New Wave of Job Seekers From Ireland: New York Times, July 10, 2009

    Paddy Power's entry into lucrative US market moves a step closer: Irish Examiner, July 7, 2009

    Cork pair scoop world wife-carrying championship title: Irish Examiner, July 8, 2009

    Senator's bright idea would have a dramatic impact on the nation: Irish Examiner, July 7, 2009

    Fall in Irish cost of living is fastest since Great Depression: The Times, July 10, 2009

    Irish fans gather to pay tribute to Jackson: The Irish Times, July 8, 2009

    Rory McIlroy – new kid on the green: Daily Telegraph, July 7, 2009

    Dublin drops out of world's 20 most expensive cities due to falling rents: The Irish Times, July 8, 2009

    Rory McIlroy – I am ready to contend in major tournaments: The Times, June 26, 2009

    Artane inmate to revoke Irish citizenship: Sunday Tribune, June 28, 2009

    Vital links: Irish Echo, June 24, 2009 (Editorial)

    Best-selling writer appeals Clare wind farm decision: The Irish Times, June 26, 2009

    Immigration on agenda for U.S. – Irish talks in Dublin: Irish Voice/, June 29, 2009

    Anthem for doomed youth: The Sunday Times, June 28, 2009

    Friars take good works to Derry: BBC, June 27, 2009

    Burke aims for quality: Irish Echo, February 25, 2009

    Eight decades of Irish exiles gather to bury their chieftain: Sunday Tribune, May 24, 2009

    Pop icon hoped to find suitable Irish bolthole: Irish Examiner, June 27, 2009

    Montana immerses in Irish: Irish Echo, June 24, 2009

    Anarchist's ashes lough scattering: BBC, June 23, 2009

    Business Bigshot – Niall FitzGerald: The Times, June 22, 2009

    Will the Celtic tiger roar again?: BBC, May 20, 2009

    The Irish still have much to offer Boston: Irish Echo, June 17, 2009

    Aer Lingus to offer €80 fares to lure US tourists: Irish Examiner, June 16, 2009

    Hotel legend Billy has date at the Palace: Belfast Telegraph, June 13, 2009

    Woman gives birth to sextuplets in five minutes: Daily Telegraph, May 22, 2009

    Haunted by Irish rosary beads: Boston Globe, June 8, 2009

    Irish web think tank provides inspiration for Scotland: The Herald, June 10, 2009

    GAA players seek new goals in UK: The Sunday Times, June 7, 2009

    It's a long way from the Bronx to El Paso: Irish Echo, June 3, 2009

    Fuelling the fury: The Guardian, June 10, 2009

    Dodd's Irish Cottage—Was $190,000. Now $658,000: Hartford Courant, June 12, 2009

    Number of missionaries abroad falls to under 2,000: Sunday Business Post (Jun 7)

    Vanessa lands scoop before starting job: Irish Echo, June 10, 2009

    Irish wakes making a comeback in U.S.: Irish Voice/, June 3, 2009

    Michael O'Leary in his own words: The Guardian, June 4, 2009

    Vincent O'Brien, Irish Trainer of Champion Racehorses, Dies at 92: New York Times, June 1, 2009

    Niall O'Dowd – 30 years in America, for better or worse: Irish Voice/, June 4, 2009

    The reign of Shane Lowry: The Sunday Times, May 24, 2009

    Deceased go online as council uploads burial register: Irish Examiner, June 3, 2009

    Riverdance star on board lost Air France airliner: Belfast Telegraph, June 2, 2009

    Irish eyes smiling: Worcester Telegram & Gazette, May 26, 2009

    In Ireland, lessons and a beating: Boston Globe, May 27, 2009

    Ryanair's O'Leary fuming at health rumours: The Independent, May 19, 2009

    American cop joins Irish gardai: Irish Voice/, May 6, 2009

    Abuse report a painful start, Irish leader says: Boston Globe, May 27, 2009

    Diasporanomics: Irish Echo, May 6, 2009

    In Scotland, New Leadership Crumbles Old Barrier: New York Times, March 28, 2009

    Business big shot – Peter Sutherland, chairman of BP: The Times, April 14, 2009

    Sweet shop swizzler claimed he had billions (but he only had hundreds and thousands): The Independent, May 20, 2009

    Call us! Senior Help Line goes live in NY: Irish Echo, May 13, 2009

    Sextuplet parents shun media spotlight: The Observer, May 24, 2009

    Obama Gets Mixed Response at Notre Dame: Irish Echo, May 20, 2009

    A Century of Looking the Other Way: New York Times, May 23, 2009 (by John Banville)

    Ireland invades New York: The Guardian, May 20, 2009

    End of the road: The Observer, May 10, 2009

    Arriving With 5 Shillings, Leaving With Hundreds of Friends: New York Times, May 18, 2009

    O'Malley Report Discloses The Loot of the Irish: Washington Post, May 14, 2009

    Gaelic Football Thrives Anew, Drawing Young Initiates In Connecticut: Hartford Courant, May 12, 2009

    An Irishman's Diary — Micheál MacLiammóir: The Irish Times, April 11, 2009

    View from Regis – Through Irish eyes: Weston Town Crier, May 14, 2009

    Leslie Fahrenkopf, Thomas Foley: New York Times, April 26, 2009

    Remarkable people deserve our honour: Sunday Independent, April 26, 2009

    Derry Irish course used at Harvard: Derry Journal, April 28, 2009

    Irish golf star O'Connor wins spot in World Golf Hall of Fame: Irish Voice/, May 13, 2009

    Why the 'posh bird' in me is so happy to serve the Big House: Sunday Independent, May 10, 2009

    Irish luck may pay off big for biker: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, May 14, 2009

    Obama tax threat needs to be taken seriously: The Irish Times, May 12, 2009

    Irish airline chief O'Leary puts foot in mouth for publicity's sake: Irish Voice/

    Repeat White House gig for dancing fiddler: The Irish Times, May 13, 2009

    Kennedys in squabble for Ted's Senate seat: The Sunday Times, May 10, 2009

    Feherty apologizes for joke in magazine article: Washington Post, May 10, 2009

    Helpline offers support to elderly Irish emigrants in New York: Belfast Telegraph, May 11, 2009

    Malachy McCourt finds a home at Vermont Stage: Burlington Free Press, May 1, 2009

    Tom Foley to make decision soon on whether to run for Senate in 2010: Irish Voice/, May 5, 2009

    An Irishman's Diary — Irish language philosophy: The Irish Times, April 8, 2009

    Activist actor gives human rights awards a political 'Sheen': Irish Independent, May 9, 2009

    Top 30 companies spanning Atlantic honored on Wall Street: Belfast Media (Apr 30)

    I owe it all to my parents, says king of swing Rory McIlroy: Belfast Telegraph, April 30, 2009

    Morrison says US immigration reform likely under Obama: The Irish Times, May 8, 2009

    Take 1 Recipe, Mince, Reduce, Serve: New York Times, April 21, 2009

    An Irishman's Diary — hooligan: The Irish Times, May 7, 2009

    A top thirty day: Irish Echo, May 6, 2009

    Billionaire Chuck Feeney earmarks €80m for projects this year: Sunday Tribune

    The boom, bust and echo of the Emerald economy: Toronto Star, May 3, 2009

    Professor R. D. Collison Black—Irish economic historian: The Times, February 9, 2009

    Jolie tries to gag Irish ex-bodyguard: The Sunday Times, May 3, 2009

    Irish nun more popular than Oprah and the Pope!: Irish Voice/, April 29, 2009

    Power build bridges, makes amends in D.C.: Irish Echo, April 29, 2009

    Kentucky Derby's Irish Dream Come True: Irish Voice/, April 29, 2009

    Is Susan going off the Boyle?: Belfast Telegraph, April 29, 2009

    Tycoons must pay for own flights to economic forum: Irish Independent, April, 29, 2009

    Hard times for Irish in London: The Irish Times, March 21, 2009

    Obama Enjoys Kennedy-esque Popularity in Ireland: Huffington Post, April 25, 2009

    Obama's Ulster family: Sunday Life, April 26, 2009

    The Irishman and the 'plot' to kill the Bolivian President: The Independent, April 25, 2009

    Padraig swings onto rich list: The Sunday Times, April 19, 2009

    How locals are related to Obama: Impartial Reporter, April 23, 2009

    Visa pinch: Irish Echo, April 22, 2009

    Honours system to recognise contributions to Irish society: The Irish Times, April 22, 2009

    Radio Show Leads the Way for Gaelic Comeback: New York Times, April 18, 2009

    Ireland's Jews – A Fading Tribe On The Emerald Isle: San Francisco Sentinel, March 13, 2009

    An Irishman's Diary – nicknames: The Irish Times, March 20, 2009

    In praise of wild swimming: Financial Times, March 21, 2009

    The Orphans of Ireland:, April 3, 2009

    French side puts some Gallic in Gaelic football: Irish News, April 10, 2009

    Harrington looks at game with some Irish whimsy: Toronto Star, April 8, 2009

    New Archbishop Timothy Dolan inspired by nun who taught him in Missouri: New York Daily News, April 5, 2009

    We cannot make demands of US on immigration – Cowen: The Irish Times, April 2, 2009

    Ireland's Emergency Budget Includes Help for Banks: New York Times, April 8, 2009

    Play GAA final in EU cities says Kelly: Irish News, April 6, 2009

    Marriage at first sight for daring bride and groom: The Irish Times, April 7, 2009

    Texas Irish plan Bill Flynn college tribute: Irish Echo, March 25, 2009

    An Irishman's Diary – everybody loves us: The Irish Times, March 19, 2009

    Hockey night in Belfast: Toronto Sun, March 16, 2009

    Irish to the rescue: Irish Echo, January 21, 2009

    Ireland should look east:, March 17, 2009

    True Irish quality: Boston Globe, March 16, 2009

    It started in Hawaii but it took an Irishman to get the world surfing: Independent on Sunday, March 29, 2009

    The man who can spoil Europe's party: Financial Times, March 19, 2009

    NFL will miss Rooney's presence: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, March 26, 2009

    Cash-strapped Ireland seeks a bond with wealthy Americans: The Sunday Times, March 22, 2009

    Going tribal will save us from economic oblivion: Irish Independent, March 18, 2009

    Is McIlroy Tiger-in-training?: Palm Beach Post, March 3, 2009

    How the slowing Celtic Tiger is unseating Irish riders and owners: The Guardian, March 9, 2009

    O'Gara lifts Irish hearts with heroic drop goal: Sunday Independent, March 22, 2009

    Donegal golf is 'like walking in a Yeats poem': Toronto Star, March 21, 2009

    Want Irish themed caskets, urns?: Pittsburgh Post Gazette, March 17, 2009

    Brian O'Driscoll – Green giant: The Independent, March 21, 2009

    Visitors from Ireland hope to be more than just a sister city for Los Gatos: Los Gatos Weekly-Times, March 17, 2009

    Irish diaspora must be tapped for support: Sunday Business Post, March 15, 2009

    Believing the parade to be a funeral, I bowed my head: Irish Independent, March 18, 2009

    Missing the Mountains of Mourne: Ottawa Citizen, March 15, 2009

    Obama Names Steelers' Owner Ambassador to Ireland: New York Times, March 18, 2009

    'Irish' pubs – the Disneyland of the Dipsomaniac: The Times, March 17, 2009

    For Many Young Irish, First Taste of Hard Times: Washington Post, March 17, 2009

    Taoiseach hoping to reach new deal on US work visa: Irish Independent, March 16, 2009

    Chief to Step Down From Media Empire Based in Dublin: New York Times, March 14, 2009

    Politicians lead annual Paddy's exodus: BBC, March 14, 2009

    Boxing – All hail the clobbering cabbie Rogan: Independent on Sunday, March 15, 2009

    Big shot: Denis O'Brien – the victor in the Irish war of Independent's: The Times, March 14, 2009

    This Weekend, Play Like You're Irish: Washington Post, March 12, 2009

    Anna Manahan, Tony-Winning Irish Actress, Is Dead at 84: New York Times, March 10, 2009

    Former Ireland chief O'Sullivan appointed coach of the US team: Daily Mail, March 5, 2009

    Cork fiddle player to perform for Obama: Irish Examiner, March 9, 2009

    Dear auld Ireland: The Kerryman, March 4, 2009

    Slump tames Celtic tiger Sir Anthony O'Reilly: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, February 22, 2009

    'Irish lord' jailed for plotting £229m bank raid: Irish Independent

    American Finds Release in Ireland: Irish Voice/, February 25, 2009

    Irish race from bust to boom and back again leaves Germans feeling confused and resentful: The Irish Times, March 5, 2009

    Irish American GOP Bestows Honors: Irish Voice/, February 25, 2009

    Great things being predicted for Northern Ireland's McIlroy: San Diego Union-Tribune, March 2, 2009

    Diaspora deserves greater recognition from State: The Irish Times, March 4, 2009

    A childhood of privilege, promise, and pain: Boston Globe, February 15, 2009

    Why we must be Christian to these Brothers: Belfast Telegraph, January 26, 2009

    Dodd's 'Cottage' – A Cozy Purchase: Hartford Courant, February 22, 2009

    Ireland? Iceland? Doubts on Doomsday Scenario in Eire: New York Times, February 28, 2009

    Honoring San Patrizio: Philadelphia Inquirer, February 25, 2009

    In March, St. Patrick trumps the polls: Albany Times-Union, February 26, 2009

    Canada the 'new holy grail' for Irish: National Post, February 24, 2009

    The Celtic tiger hits bad times: San Francisco Chronicle, February 19, 2009

    Dictionary helps crack case of notorious Polish serial offender: Irish Times, February 19, 2009

    Robinson to head commission of jurists: Irish Times, January 20, 2009

    Reconnection via exchange: Boston Globe, February 16, 2009

    The voices of the Irish who will never be coming home: Irish Times, January 10, 2009

    Beyond the Bricks—Patrick O'Hanlon: Toronto Star, February 7, 2009

    Barry McGuigan—Father figure hands down gift of the jab: Independent on Sunday, January 11, 2009

    Irish boxer John Duddy fights for his rights with lawsuit: New York Daily News, February 3, 2009

    Looking for a new sport – how about Irish hurling?: Dunkirk, NY Observer, January 8, 2009

    Niall Quinn puts reality before romance at Sunderland: The Times, January 31, 2009

    Ties that bind—Kennelly away to follow father: Canberra Times, January 30, 2009

    Steelers Owner Dan Rooney Turns His Business Into a Family: New York Times, January 27, 2009

    For kids—Have you heard about hurling?: Christian Science Monitor, January 27, 2009

    Ryanair abandons €748m bid for Aer Lingus: The Times, January 23, 2009

    Where everybody knows his name: Sunday Independent, December 28, 2008

    United, Aer Lingus forge 'an unusual linkup':, January 23, 2009

    Obama's Irish Cousin Celebrates in D.C.: Irish Voice/, January 21, 2009

    Irish in New York to organise census: Irish Times, December 30, 2008

    Obama's Irish ancestoral home may become heritage centre: Irish Times, January 16, 2009

    Celtic Tiger loses its bite: The Independent, January 17, 2009

    Why the party's over in Ireland: The Observer, January 18, 2009

    It's the Obama bus!: Irish Echo, January 14, 2009

    Profile—Graham Norton: The Sunday Times, December 7, 2008

    'Irish Post' co-founder and former editor dies aged 73: Irish Times, January 15, 2009

    Players give hurling a whirl: Eugene Register-Guard, December 27, 2008

    Irish economy 'will lead Europe within a decade': The Observer, January 11, 2009

    Sir Anthony O'Reilly—the Celtic tiger reduced to pussycat: The Times, January 7, 2009

    The Irish Economy's Rise Was Steep, and the Fall Was Fast: New York Times, January 4, 2009

    Waterford Wedgwood Is in Receivership: New York Times, January 5, 2009

    Demise of Waterford a 'national disaster' for Ireland: The Guardian, January 5, 2009

    Time and tide and Ireland: Financial Times, December 1, 2008

    The understated genius of Padraig Harrington: Irish Independent, December 27, 2008

    Spire mired in Irish bank crisis: Chicago Sun Times, December 26, 2008

    Michael O'Leary—Ryanair's rebel with a cause: The Sunday Times, December 7, 2008

    Green card yellow light: Irish Echo, December 24, 2008

    €11m to be allocated for upkeep of historic homes: Irish Times, December 9, 2008

    Padraig Harrington a major player in the game of self-belief: Daily Telegraph, December 24, 2008

    UN troops spreading the message of peace for 50 years: Irish Independent, November 29, 2008

    Kazakhstan to honour Irish woman: Irish Examiner, December 6, 2008

    Irish diplomat Conor Cruise O'Brien dies: San Francisco Chronicle, December 21, 2008

    Harrington voted PGA Tour player of the year: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, December 17, 2008

    No New York Fairytale for Undocumented: Irish Voice/, December 17, 2008

    Hockey Night in Ireland: St. John's Telegram, November 29, 2008

    Star's welcome as President drops in: Irish Independent, December 17, 2008

    McAleese makes plea for undocumented Irish during US visit: Irish Times, December 13, 2008

    Welcome to hotel Obama—village to cash in on its fame: Irish Independent, December 15, 2008

    Tipperary band's Obama ditty has Universal appeal: Irish Times, December 13, 2008

    Roy Keane, the Celtic Tiger Tamed:, December 10, 2008

    Irish interests questioned in BA\Qantas talks: Irish Examiner, December 9, 2008

    State of origin: The Australian, November 8, 2008

    Economic woes hit Ireland hard: Los Angeles Times, November 26, 2008

    Lance Armstrong looks set to compete in Tour of Ireland next year: Daily Telegraph, December 5, 2008

    Poet honour at Queen's centenary: BBC, December 3, 2008

    Tourism Ireland says visitor numbers down 3% this year: The Irish Times, November 27, 2008

    Walsh and Joyce have more in common than just Dublin's fair city: Financial Times, December 3, 2008

    A week when David Feherty is thankful for America: Rocky Mountain News, November 25, 2008

    Tycoon faces Irish backlash over potato famine remarks: Irish News, November 26, 2008

    Pieces of Pearse are translated into Polish: Irish Independent, November 18, 2008

    American Irish Passport Demand Rises: Irish Voice/, October 15, 2008

    And Still They Rise: Irish Voice/, November 12, 2008

    The trials of Padraig Harrington, Mr Perfection: The Sunday Times, November 9, 2008

    Rival counties claim Biden's Irish home: Irish News, November 7, 2008

    Row over O'Bama song: Irish Independent, October 31, 2008

    Senior Helpline will be one of our best exports to US, says McAleese: Irish Times, October 31, 2008

    The Great Irish New Yorkers: Irish Voice/, October 10, 2008

    Miroslav Havel: chief designer of Waterford Crystal: The Times, October 4, 2008

    Obama’s Ohio Irish Cousin Speaks: Irish Voice/, October 10, 2008

    His field of dreams—Groundskeeper Flynn has been at Shea since the beginning: New York Newsday, September 28, 2008

    Annie Moore headstone impounded by U.S. Customs: Irish Echo, October 2, 2008

    Palin may be able to trace her ancestors to Co Roscommon: Irish Times, October 3, 2008

    The Battle for the 21st Century: Irish Voice/, September 25, 2008

    She's just Jenny from the H-blocks to lawyer Tweed: Sunday Tribune, August 31, 2008

    Is Padraig Harrington the greatest Irish sportsman?: Irish Independent, August 4, 2008

    Irish eyes fixed on Croke Park showpiece: The Herald, September 20, 2008

    Michael O'Leary—Cheap & cheerful: The Independent, August 17, 2008

    Online census rattles skeletons: Sunday Times, August 3, 2008

    The Mad Irish: Irish Voice/, September 3, 2008

    RTE to launch British channel by year-end: Sunday Business Post, July 20, 2008

    The Rose of Tralee's appeal has become a thorny issue: Sunday Tribune, August 31, 2008

    Irish students fall victim to US landlord scam: Irish Examiner, August 29, 2008

    Genealogy: Syracuse Post-Standard, July 27, 2008

    The Last Sister: Prince George Citizen, August 21, 2008

    Meet the 'King' of Ireland!: Irish Voice/, July 10, 2008

    Amiable Irishman gets tough as OFT takes aim at unfair practices: The Times, July 7, 2008

    A Lone King Lear on the Lone Prairie: New York Times, June 22, 2008

    Kentuckian honored for her Irish food: South Bend Tribune, July 6, 2008

    'Brideshead Revisited' and Irish costume designer Eimer Ni Mhaoldomhnaigh: Los Angeles Times, July 23, 2008

    A rare gift for saying the unsayable in the most entertaining of ways: The Observer, May 11, 2008

    It's even sweeter second time around: Irish Independent, July 21, 2008

    Members celebrate as a local hero swings and putts into Open history: Irish Times, July 21, 2008

    Irishman's incredible double created from spirit and nerve: The Independent, July 21, 2008

    Riding in the wild west: Glasgow Herald, July 21, 2008

    Former captive says gift of gab freed him from his Beirut hell: Sunday Independent, June 8, 2008

    No Mercy for Irish Gangster: Irish Voice/, June 26, 2008

    Irish lacrosse gets a Niskayuna assist: Albany Times Union, July 13, 2008

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    Irish family fight to keep Steelers legacy: Sunday Tribune, July 13, 2008

    An Irish Family of U.S. Patriots: Irish Voice/, May 29, 2008

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    'The End of the Irish Miracle': Irish Voice,, June 19, 2008

    'She gave a voice to Irish women': The Guardian, May 14, 2008

    Irish welcome for US astronaut: Belfast Telegraph, May 31, 2008

    Saying farewell to an old Irish humanitarian: Philadelphia Inquirer, May 26, 2008

    John O'Donohue—Former Catholic priest turned visionary bestselling author: The Guardian, April 15, 2008

    Ireland's business heavyweight who is ready to KO the Indie: The Guardian, May 23, 2008

    No Other Like Him: Washington Post, May 21, 2008

    Thomas Flatley, Hub real estate icon, dies at 76: Boston Globe, May 18, 2008

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    This mighty woman certainly was somebody: Irish Independent, May 12, 2008

    Extraordinary final odyssey ends for Ireland's finest woman writer: The Observer, May 11, 2008

    Nuala O’Faolain, 68, Irish Memoirist, Is Dead: New York Times, May 11, 2008

    Nuala O'Faolain dies at 68: RTE, May 10, 2008

    Thank Goodness, Dublin Keeps Its Guinness Plant: New York Times, May 10, 2008

    Irish star Roma has Midas touch as she tops rich list: Irish Independent, April 25, 2008

    Waterford Crystal wants millions to remain in Ireland: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, April 12, 2008

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    Sean Maloney, the Londoner inside Intel: Sunday Times, March 30, 2008

    Sister city business delegation brings bit o' Ireland to Los Gatos: San Jose Mercury News, March 31, 2008

    The Celtic tiger and its carnage: Boston Globe, April 20, 2008

    Irish writers weigh in behind Obama: Irish Echo, April 17, 2008

    Tidal power comes to Northern Ireland: The Guardian, March 31, 2008

    In Weak Rivets, a Possible Key to Titanic’s Doom: New York Times, April 15, 2008

    Political world united in tributes to Hillery: Sunday Independent, April 13, 2008

    Christine Quinn, political climber on the go: Los Angeles Times, March 3, 2008

    Dana to sing for Pope: Derry Journal, April 9, 2008

    Sean Maloney, the Londoner inside Intel: Sunday Times, March 30, 2008

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    Links with Canada explored: Derry Journal, March 25, 2008

    How Green Is the Valley: Irish Voice/, April 2, 2008

    Mr. Normal’s Dysfunctional Irish Families: New York Times, April 6, 2008

    Irish still following job dreams—in the US: Sunday Business Post, March 16, 2008

    From battlefield to hurling field: Irish News, April 2, 2008

    'New' Ireland's changes go more than skin deep: MSNBC, March 17, 2008

    White Star odyssey: Sunday Business Post, March 30, 2008

    2 Irish Billionaires Clash Over Publisher's Course: New York Times, March 31, 2008

    Irish storyteller keeps art form alive: New York Newsday, March 16, 2008

    Ireland's new going-to-America story—Investors: Boston Herald, March 24, 2008

    St. Patrick's Day parade organizers try to make event more inclusive: Kingston Whig-Standard (Mar 17)

    What if the Irish Never Came?: Irish Voice/, March 19, 2008

    Language of love: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, March 17, 2008

    Lee following in a long line of great Irish fighters: ESPN, March 20, 2008

    Irishman Nurtures Decades Of Kenyan Runners: New York Times, March 18, 2008

    Picture Post—Shamrock and roll: The Independent, March 18, 2008

    Apostrophes in Names Stir Lot O' Trouble: New York Times, February 22, 2008

    An Irish Salute at the Oscars Pains Some Ears: New York Times, March 3, 2008

    Janey Mac! Irish-English is Banjaxed, So It Is...: Irish Independent, February 9, 2008

    Blushing pink after Emerald Isle encounter in the buff: San Francisco Chronicle, March 14, 2008

    In the Name of the Bishop: Irish Voice/, January 16, 2008

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    Putting Eire Center Stage: Washington Post, March 7, 2008

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    Feherty has a way with words: National Post, March 3, 2008

    Why Newry shows way forward in this new era: Irish Independent, March 5, 2008

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    Why Europe victory was Best's downfall: The Observer, January 20, 2008

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    Why Europe victory was Best's downfall: The Observer, January 20, 2008

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    Hurling in America Has a Problem—Too Few Irishmen: Wall Street Journal, July 26, 2007

    Irish eyes still smiling: Gisborne Herald, July 31, 2007

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    Why Irish eyes are watering: The Guardian, July 21, 2007

    Irish enthusiast is youngest Hibernian leader: Albany Times Union, July 24, 2007

    Bill Burke—The People's Banker: Irish Voice/, July 4, 2007

    British Open—Harrington's title was a major conquest for a country and a continent: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, July 24, 2007

    Jubilant nation basks in the glory of Harrington's heroics: The Guardian, July 24, 2007

    Defender of the faith: The Sunday Times, July 16, 2007

    Knock passenger chaos: Mayo News, July 3, 2007

    Wealth generating an even greater desire to help diaspora: Irish Independent, June 25, 2007

    'I just want to get in there and fight'—Duddy: Derry Journal, July 13, 2007

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    Asylum-seeker from Nigeria becomes the first black Irish mayor: The Independent, June 30, 2007

    Irish Echo relaunches as a community paper: Sunday Business Post, June 24, 2007

    The thingy that divides us from the English is just a bloomin . . . yoke!: Irish Independent, June 11, 2007

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    English poet, Celtic heartPeter Stanford on Cecil Day Lewis, the Poet Laureate who could never forget his Irish roots: Irish Independent, June 2, 2007

    Mulroney called out in boardroom skirmish between two fighting Irish: Toronto Globe and Mail, June 15, 2007

    Smuggling scheme nets two-year probation: Buffalo News, June 9, 2007

    Irish Classic Is Still a Hit (in Calfskin, Not Paperback): New York Times, May 29, 2007

    The Lack of the Irish: Boston Globe, June 3, 2007

    Ahern, Short of Election Majority, Vows to Form a New Coalition: New York Times, May 27, 2007

    Q & A—So Far So Good—US Congressman Jim Walsh: Nepal Monitor, May 13, 2007

    Old Trafford beckons for Gaelic footballers: Irish Post, May 16, 2007

    Scottish and Irish accents top list of favourites: Independent on Sunday, May 13, 2007

    Tiny Irish Village Is Latest Place to Claim Obama as Its Own: Washington Post, May 13, 2007

    Irish Raise $500,000 for Hillary: Irish Voice/, May 4, 2007

    Pluck of the Irish—Belfast man finds knowledge and true love in Montana: The Missoulian, May 9, 2007

    Belleek Porcelain: The Age (Melbourne), May 8, 2007

    An Irish Taste for Real Estate in Manhattan: New York Times, May 8, 2007

    Moneygall is Offaly pleased with Obama connection: The Irish Times, May 3, 2007

    Irish sport hurling catching on in U.S.: Chicago Tribune, May 2, 2007

    Prepare to put down your hurley and pick up a bat: The Observer, April 29, 2007

    Following Matsuzaka on the Emerald Isle: New York Times, May 6, 2007

    Cambridge bids a Cead Mile Failte to Irish classes: Irish Independent, May 2, 2007

    Presidential hopeful Obama has Irish roots: The Guardian, May 3, 2007

    McAleese hoping to strengthen Irish-US links: RTE, April 30, 2007

    Irish president talks of history, family ties, in Mineola: New York Newsday, May 4, 2007

    Star Gabriel throws NY fundraiser for Hillary: Irish Independent, April 27, 2007

    Oprah ventures on a road less traveled: Albany Times Union, April 28, 2007

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    A hero's welcome for the Blarney Army cricketers: Irish Independent, April 25, 2007

    Poet takes up pen to block highway: The Times, April 24, 2007

    Ryanair might bring cheap Atlantic flights here: Baltimore Sun, April 15, 2007

    Common ground rising: Boston Globe, April 9, 2007

    Duke challenged over fishing rights: Irish Independent, April 8, 2007

    The Irish miracle: Toronto Star, April 7, 2007

    Illegal? Better if you're Irish: Los Angeles Times, April 8, 2007

    How the Irish invented slang: Andersonstown News, March 27, 2007

    JFK Irish exhibition a hit in US: Irish Independent, April 2, 2007

    How the Irish invented slang: Andersonstown News, March 27, 2007

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    The Shamrock Sport: The Times, March 30, 2007

    Joyce tackles the Irish question: The Guardian, March 29, 2007

    Mother can't watch as cup match splits cricket family: The Times, March 30, 2007

    Flatley looks to sell good bit of his empire: Boston Globe, March 21, 2007

    Reunited—a child of the Troubles and the snapper who made her famous: Belfast Telegraph, March 26, 2007

    Gaelic scholar's work speaks to resurgence of Erin: Boston Herald, March 17, 2007

    Irish nun receives one of India's highest honours: Irish Times, March 24, 2007

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    Boom times, crackdown slow emerald wave: Boston Globe, March 18, 2007

    Program seeks host families to share summer with children from Ireland: Minneapolis Star Tribune, March 13, 2007

    A dream that wouldn't be denied: Chicago Sun-Times, March 16, 2007

    St Patrick far older than we thought, says US academic: Irish Independent, March 16, 2007

    Flatley to get freedom of the city—and a first child: Irish Independent, March 14, 2007

    NYC must appreciate the Irish in him: Boston Herald, March 16, 2007

    O'Toole seeks a force to be reckoned with: Boston Globe, March 14, 2007

    Matriarch's baptism made Old St. Pat's part of family: Chicago Sun-Times, March 12, 2007

    Tale of Two Communities: Irish Voice/, March 9, 2007

    When English Eyes Are Smiling: March 11, 2007

    Ahern to lay wreath at memorial for firefighters killed on 9/11: Irish Examiner, March 14, 2007

    Gift crystallizes 9/11 heroism: New York Newsday, March 14, 2007

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    'Where Irishness resides in Manhattan is now in high culture. . . it equals a retreat from importance': Sunday Tribune, March 11, 2007

    Ed Joyce—The Irishman happy to be at heart of a new England: Independent on Sunday, March 11, 2007

    Poignant tale of Irish in World War I: New York Newsday, February 25, 2007

    Congress to scrutinize Irish profits: Irish Echo, February 28, 2007

    RTE 'must target UK market': Irish Independent, February 23, 2007

    Time to ditch that drunken Irish tag: Irish Independent, February 22, 2007

    Celtic Tiger sharpens claws: Daily Telegraph, February 21, 2007

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    Government to act over Irish in Britain's key concerns: Irish Post, February 7, 2007

    'Little Ireland' welcomes president: The Herald, February 10, 2007

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    Limerick hails Wogan with special lifetime award: Irish Independent, February 3, 2007

    Loving life over here but...born in the USA: Belfast Telegraph, February 2, 2007

    Doctor spots MP's tumour on television: The Guardian, February 2, 2007

    Irish 'made considerable contribution to Britain': Irish Examiner, January 27, 2007

    Headed to Ireland—Strike Force officer awarded prestigious scholarship: Military News, January 25, 2007

    NYPD hunting for stolen model of iconic Irishman relaxing on skyscraper girder: Irish Independent, January 22, 2007

    The Irish, Young in 'Old Europe,' Strain Schools and Housing: New York Times, January 25, 2007

    Paul McGrath—'I don't know if I've had my last drink': The Independent, January 19, 2007

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    OK, he chairs BP, but really he wants to run Europe: The Guardian, January 20, 2007

    Mia Farrow Q&A: January 9, 2007

    Nazi background of prominent Irish publisher exposed: The Independent, January 5, 2007

    Dublin West: New York Times, December 31, 2006

    Australian help centres for Irish get €100,000 grant: Irish Independent, January 3, 2007

    Memories of an Irish Christmas: Binghamton Press & Sun-Bulletin, December 25, 2006

    Highest honour for Irish Katrina hero: Sunday Independent, December 24, 2006

    An Irish bear and an Essex cat: Daily Telegraph, December 23, 2006

    U.S.-Ireland Alliance to honor trio: Variety, December 15, 2006

    That Emerald Isle left me ecstatic: Springfield Republican, December 6, 2006

    Mulryan's £30bn plan for London's skyline: Sunday Business Post, December 17, 2006

    How Green Was My Rally: New York Times, December 10, 2006

    Gratitude spurs effort to repay Irish 'family': Arizona Republic, December 13, 2006

    'An Irish Christmas'—Irish-born Mary McLaughlin re-works Gaelic music for chorus.: Santa Cruz Sentinel, December 9, 2006

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    Luck, and skill, of Irish back on T.O. soccer pitch: Toronto Sun, December 3, 2006

    When Irish (and 'Nova) eyes smiled: Philadelphia Inquirer, December 1, 2006

    McGinn to lead New Labour think-tank …: Irish Post, November 22, 2006

    WB Yeats had the picture of a feckless father: Sunday Independent, November 19, 2006

    In College Football, the Pinstripes Belong to Notre Dame: New York Times, November 25, 2006

    Irish Still Rule the Waterfront: Irish Voice/, November 24, 2006

    Famous Bohola born lawyer dies in US: Western People, November 22, 2006

    Film exposes Ireland's 'dark underbelly': BBC, November 18, 2006

    Frank Durkan, Irish Advocate, Dies at 76: New York Times, November 19, 2006

    Adams pays tribute to 'good friend':, November 20, 2006

    Cooking up an Irish-American feast: Irish Independent, November 18, 2006

    Ireland sees spike in foreign workers: Washington Times, November 17, 2006

    The Sod Couple: New York Post, October 28, 2006

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    Infamous Piece of Chicago History Goes on the Block: Washington Post, October 31, 2006

    The Yanks are coming: Irish Independent, October 28, 2006

    A Politician Molded by Irish Rebels, Jesuit Ideals: Washington Post, November 1, 2006

    As English as Irish can be: The Observer, October 29, 2006

    Irish town fights for naming rights: Boston Globe, October 29, 2006

    Irish coats of arms 'have no legal basis': The Sunday Times, October 29, 2006

    Lure of Emerald Isle has Irish homeward bound: Irish Post, October 24, 2006

    Northern Ireland Puts Best Face on This One: Los Angeles Times, October 27, 2006

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    DeLorean devotees show off their timeless machines: Daily Telegraph, May 27, 2006

    An Irish Setting for the Ryder Cup: New York Times, September 20, 2006

    Ireland sells its soul for the Ryder Cup: The Mail & Guardian (South Africa), September 15, 2006

    Almighty dollar more valuable than Ryder Cup: National Post, September 19, 2006

    Penal colony wife gets fresh Fields of Athenry verse: Sunday Independent, June 18, 2006

    Revealed—the reclusive property mogul who has already won the Olympics: Sunday Telegraph, September 10, 2006

    Martin Sheen's new role—the oldest fresher in town: The Guardian, September 9, 2006

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    Irish home is 'magical': Toronto Star, July 22, 2006

    Ireland accused of Ryder Cup rip-off: Daily Telegraph, August 26, 2006

    'President Bartlet' to study at Irish university: The Scotsman, August 29, 2006

    103, and Irish gal's luck still holding: Boston Herald, August 27, 2006

    Mike shows N.Y. mettle: New York Daily News, August 23, 2006

    Online map archive—An Irish genealogist's pot of gold: Boston Globe, August 29, 2006

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    US Ambassador revealed as a devoted hurler on the ditch: Sunday Independent, August 13, 2006

    Ireland eyes local biz—Group works to globalize Emerald Isle companies: Bosotn Herald, August 13, 2006

    Hurling—Brutal, but a blast: Philadelphia Inquirer, August 16, 2006

    Pilgrims in retreat from progress—God and the Celtic Tiger: The Independent, August 10, 2006

    Irish in Argentina to receive funding: Daily Ireland, August 9, 2006

    The war hero who rejected his British citizenship after Bloody Sunday and became Irish: Irish Independent, August 19, 2006

    Vast Influence of Queens Party Boss Is Remembered: New York Times, July 29, 2006

    Colorful Kerry man keeps tinge of wit in Irish politics: Boston Globe, July 30, 2006

    Ireland pitches for the big time: The Guardian, July 26, 2006

    Irish Pols Still Have Clout: Irish Voice/, July 28, 2006

    Preserving a culture's soul—Language speaks to an identity: Springfield Republican, July 24, 2006

    Putting the Irish Brand on British and U.S. TV: New York Times, July 10, 2006

    Farewell to the Master of the Universe: Irish Independent, July 15, 2006

    Garry Hynes, an Irish Director, Arrives With 8½ Hours of Her Countryman: New York Times, July 2, 2006

    Irish attitudes kick back, even regarding the World Cup: June 25, 2006

    Keane joins greats in retirement: Daily Telegraph, June 13, 2006

    The ultimate team player who shared Ferguson's rage for perfection: The Guardian, June 13, 2006

    Irish Tongues Are Wagging in U.S. Classrooms: New York Times, June 14, 2006

    Low-tax Ireland relishes its multinational boom: Louisville Courier-Journal, June 12, 2006

    The Gauls at Home in Erin: New York Times, June 2, 2006

    Historical Map Is Unveiled: Irish Voice/, June 2, 2006

    Irish spend billions in UK property spree: The Observer, April 9, 2006

    How EU edict could kill off the Irish wake: Daily Telegraph, April 10, 2006

    The Commitments—Where are they now?: Sunday Tribune, April 30, 2006

    Irish bowling takes off along the roads of West Virginia: The Sunday Times, April 9, 2006

    The Neighs Have It: Washington Post, April 23, 2006

    'Vanished' Irish leave churches standing empty: Irish Independent, April 27, 2006

    'Wrong Way' Pilot Flies Off Course, Into History: Los Angeles Times, April 16, 2006

    A Californian claimant, an 'escape' from the trenches and the fight for a dukedom: Daily Telegraph, February 27, 2006

    Quilt on display at Boston exhibit: Boston Herald, March 30, 2006

    Celtic gene 'behind Irish blood disorder': BBC, March 24, 2006

    U.S.-Irish relations have helped both sides economically As Ireland has prospered, its business ties with America have grown, from trade to investment.: Philadelphia Inquirer, March 17, 2006

    Irish Eyes Are Winking, You Can Hear the Angels Laugh: New York Times, March 24, 2006

    In Southie, St. Pat has long opened doors: Boston Herald, March 17, 2006

    Duddy may fight in Derry: Belfast Telegraph, March 22, 2006

    Irish culture enjoys revival: New York Newsday, March 17, 2006

    Shamrocks and shillelaghs can't hide the heartache of immigration: Sunday Independent, March 19, 2006

    Politicians aiming to reach out to Irish abroad: March 22, 2006

    A glimpse of Ireland's future: Sunday Business Post, March 26, 2006

    Tongue-twisting Irish is difficult to master: Buffalo News, March 17, 2006

    Tribute to a saint: Toronto Star, March 16, 2006

    An Irish Face on the Cause of Citizenship: New York Times, March 16, 2006

    Irish join battle over illegal immigration—St. Patrick's Day vehicle for activists seeking reform: San Francisco Chronicle, March 15, 2006

    Ireland's "Crack" Habit: Slate, March 16, 2006

    The U.S. is more Irish than Ireland: Commercial Appeal, March 5, 2006

    Immigration reform through Irish eyes: New York Daily News, March 15, 2006

    St. Patty's meets penance: Philadelphia Inquirer, March 15, 2006

    I'm proud as Punch of my son the boxer: Belfast Telegraph, March 10, 2006

    The real deal about St. Patrick's Day: Hartford Courant, March 11, 2006

    Elation once again as the Celtic Tiger nation thanks St Patrick: Irish Independent, March 11, 2006

    Old Ireland's ring of power:, March 12, 2006

    'Tis True—Irish Gaelic Still Charms: New York Times, March 12, 2006

    Setanta Sports—On top of their game: The Independent, March 13, 2006

    O'Sullivan defends her decision to represent Australia despite mounting criticism: Daily Telegraph, March 10, 2006

    Kerry brothers to sing at White House lunch: Irish Examiner, March 10, 2006

    Historic confession heard in Irish: Daily Ireland, March 9, 2006

    Upstate museum exports photo exhibit to Ireland's National Library:, March 9, 2006

    St. Duddy's Day: New York Daily News, March 9, 2006

    An Irishman in New York: The Observer, March 5, 2006

    The Dubliner who created Oscar: Irish Independent, March 4, 2006

    Traditional Irish rowboats built to race along the East Coast: Hartford Courant, March 2, 2006

    How Jane Austen's doomed love affair with Irish barrister inspired her greatest novels: March 3, 2006

    The Untouchable: Irish Independent, February 25, 2006

    Irish housing boom turns to U.S.: Irish Echo, February 17, 2006

    The Irish Factor: The Spectator, February 24, 2006

    Looking down from below: Irish Echo, September 9, 2005

    Irish Immigration Slips Into Reverse: Washington Post, February 20, 2006

    Steeler boss' Newry links: Newry Democrat, February 8, 2006

    Saint Patrick's day: The Observer, February 12, 2006

    Poles, other immigrants flood Ireland in search of a little luck: Chicago Tribune, February 3, 2006

    Garret at 80 is still making his mark: Irish Independent, February 9, 2006

    'Chief' Rooney handcrafted Pittsburgh's pro team: Irish Echo, February 3, 2006

    Return of the wayward Bishop: The Independent, February 2, 2006

    Building Currachs in Katrina's Wake: Irish Voice/, December 16, 2005

    Gabriel Byrne Leads Gifted Cast in O'Neill's 'A Touch of the Poet':, December 23, 2005

    O'Connor takes office today with the luck of the Irish on his side: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, January 3, 2006

    Irish Crystal About to Get a U.S. Touch: September 4, 2005

    End of a tradition as Mac Mathúna says slán: Irish Examiner, November 26, 2005

    An Irish Paper Wants the Mother Country to Read All About It: New York Times, December 11, 2005

    Irish eyes crying over loss of Best: Rocky Mountain News, December 3, 2005

    Tributes flow for Ireland and United football legend: Irish Independent, September 9, 2005

    One Man's Incredible 9/11 Journey: Irish Voice/, September 9, 2005

    Boxing News—John Duddy Ready for "Global Warfare": The Sweet Science, December 9, 2005

    Ireland Calling U.S. Teens: PR Web, December 11, 2005

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    End of a tradition as Mac Mathúna says slán: Irish Examiner, November 26, 2005

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    An Irish History of Civilization, by Don Akenson: The Independent, September 23, 2005
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    Nano Nagle voted Ireland's greatest woman: Irish Examiner, June 25, 2005

    Debt we owe you: Irish Post, June 22, 2005

    The art of giving: Irish Echo, May 20, 2005

    Mitchell's Americans: Sunday Business Post, June 19, 2005

    Pluck of the Irish: Variety, June 19, 2005

    Dynamic dynasty: Irish Echo, May 13, 2005

    No plans for 'Sir Terry' to be honoured here: Limerick Leader, June 18, 2005

    Dorchester heights: Boston Globe, June 19, 2005

    Green golden gloves: Irish Echo (Editorial), June 17, 2005

    Clooneys of Ireland a fun bunch: Cincinnati Post, May 16, 2005

    Bloomberg's Right Hand Irishman: Irish Voice/, May 6, 2005

    Eastward bound for business diaspora: Daily Ireland, May 11, 2005

    Emigration Idol: Irish Echo, May 6, 2005

    Wogan & Co are the real masters of spin: The Glasgow Herald, May 6, 2005

    Arkansas coach still has room for more trophies: Philadelphia Inquirer, April 24, 2005

    Lacing Up the Gloves, and Holding Up the Irish Flag: New York Times, April 16, 2005

    Irish TV channel for US viewers: Irish Independent, April 13, 2005

    Go Play in the Road: Washington Post, March 30, 2005

    Rocks against reds helped lift the green on Tipp Hill: Syracuse Post-Standard, March 16, 2005

    It's easy being green: New York Daily News, March 16, 2005

    The Irish immigrant past gets tie to today: Boston Globe, March 17, 2005

    The Irish gift of political gab: Minneapolis Star Tribune, March 17, 2005

    Power-forward march!: Toronto Star, March 13, 2005

    The Patience of a Saint: Washington Post, March 17, 2005

    My Irish 'luck': Boston Globe, March 17, 2005

    Rocks against reds helped lift the green on Tipp Hill: Syracuse Post-Standard, March 16, 2005

    O'Malley to put down guitar, focus on city and state: Baltimore Sun, March 15, 2005

    Sit-down comedian: Dave Allen dies at 68: The Guardian, March 12, 2005

    From Wall Street to Fifth Avenue: Irish Echo, March 11, 2005

    Walsh takes on top job at British Airways: Irish Times, March 9, 2005

    49 Years Waiting for Citizenship: Irish Voice/, March 11, 2005

    Irish ice hockey gaining traction: Irish Echo, March 11, 2005

    Beyond fleet feet, ancient Irish tongue thrives: New York Newsday, March 6, 2005

    Tramp declines chance to claim €2.9m bonanza in squatters' rights: Irish Independent, March 7, 2005

    Ma'am, are you a leprechaun?: Irish Independent, February 10, 2005

    Dan O'Herlihy, prolific actor, is dead at 85: Irish Echo, February 25, 2005

    One immigrant's devotion to his struggling parish: Irish Echo, February 25, 2005

    Fighting Words: New York Times, February 26, 2005

    McGuigan joins list of legends: BBC, January 10, 2005

    Northern Ireland Reaches Southern Manhattan as Belfast Blues Begins Off-Broadway: Playbill, January 11, 2005

    As Irish as the Irish themselves: Sunday Independent, January 9, 2005 (reg. required)

    Couple's eyes smile after Irish adventure: Arizona Republic, January 5, 2005

    How Much Fight Left in Irish?: Irish Voice, December 10, 2004

    Bringing love and mercy (editorial): San Francisco Chronicle, December 10, 2004

    Echo Focus: Ready to 'Wumble'?: Irish Echo, December 8, 2004

    Sisters of Mercy continue to serve Pittsburghers in need: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, December 5, 2004

    Bush Taps Dubliner for Judgeship: Irish Voice, December 2, 2004

    Feeding the hungry: Jersey Journal, November 25, 2004

    Ireland's my favourite place, says Bill Clinton: Belfast Telegraph, November 29, 2004

    Jimmy McLarnin, 96; Welterweight Boxing Champion Two Times in '30s: Los Angeles Times, November 27, 2004 (reg. required)

    The long road to stardom: Newark Star-Ledger, November 21, 2004

    Carney driven on by Irish pride: The Telegraph, November 26, 2004

    Manchester soccer star returns to his GAA past: Irish Post, November 24, 2004

    City to honour own son Harris: Irish Examiner, November 23, 2004 (registration required)

    Mr. Sex Symbol: Irish Echo, November 17, 2004

    Hayes, prison chaplain, dies at 64: Albany Times Union, November 16, 2004

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    Jimmy McLarnin, Top Boxer Called Baby Face, Dies at 96: New York Times, November 10, 2004 (reg. required)

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    Actor Pierce Brosnan becomes U.S. citizen: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, October 1, 2004

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    Irish Cultural Activist Elizabeth Solterer Dies: Washington Post, July 21, 2004

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    Ground Zero dollars traced: Sunday Independent, July 4, 2004 (registration required)

    Recalling a true giant among city's builders: Toronto Star, June 22, 2004

    Ronald Reagan, Tipperary man: Irish Echo, June 9, 2004

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    Many Irish here find grass isn't any greener back home: Philadelphia Inquirer, June 1, 2004(registration required)

    Derry star Roma finds romance with ex-Para: Belfast Telegraph, May 28, 2004

    A triumph of will and talent over background and circumstance: The Scotsman, May 18, 2004

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    Exhibition highlights history of Irish coins: Irish Echo, May 5, 2004

    Review: 'Shalom Ireland' A Lively Look at Ireland's Jews: Wild Geese, April 21, 2004

    Irish Pub Flag Case Goes to Court: Irish Voice, April 16, 2004

    Irish title provides tiny steppingstone: Chicago Tribune, April 4, 2004 (registration required)

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    Statue model for Irish titan: Syracuse Post-Standard, March 17, 2004

    Celtic roots trounce Irish clichés: Toronto Globe and Mail, March 17, 2004

    Rag-tag team seeks puck of the Irish: Toronto Globe and Mail, March 17, 2004

    How Al Gore Helped to Start Irish Tradition: New York Times, March 16, 2004 (registration required)

    Are Irish really lucky?: Montreal Gazette, March 14, 2004

    An Irish renaissance – Interest growing in the difficult but intriguing language: San Francisco Chronicle, March 12

    Aussie publican fails to see Guinness reverse T-shirt joke: Irish Independent, March 12, 2004 (registration required)

    Bush circles Irish wagons: Irish Echo, March 10, 2004

    Southern comfort: Irish Echo, March 10, 2004

    Google goes Gaelic: Irish Echo, March 3, 2004

    Interview with Tim O'Toole: (from the Irish Post), February 18, 2004

    Boston Chief Gives Up Dublin Business: Irish Voice, February 12, 2004

    Irish eyes to smile on first black parade queen: Montreal Gazette, February 9, 2004

    The Knicks' New Irish Coach: Irish Voice, January 22, 2004

    Clinton facilitates new Irish-US research pact: Irish Independent, January 24, 2004 (registration required)

    Kennedy clan patriarch tried to 'live down his Irish roots': Irish Independent, January 18, 2004 (reg. required)

    Indiana pioneers: Home of Fighting Irish sees clash of the ash: Irish Echo, January 7, 2004

    'America'; Irish director Jim Sheridan struggled 10 years with raw emotions and memories to craft a movie that brought him home again: Dallas Fort Worth Star-Telegram, January 4, 2004

    Local native led charge on Saddam: Chicago Sun-Times, December 16, 2003

    USS Ronald Reagan salutes former American president's ancestral home: Irish Examiner, December 15, 2003

    Homecoming – Back to Limerick with the McCourt brothers of 'Angela's Ashes' fame: San Francisco Chronicle, December 14, 2003

    She said goodbye Old Sod, hello Hawks: Philadelphia Inquirer, December 8, 2003

    The raggedy philanthropist goes back to his roots: Daily Telegraph, November 29, 2003

    US soldiers in Ennis security alert: Irish Post, November 27, 2003

    Strife of Brian – new movie tells of Ulsterman Keenan's hostage horror: Sunday Life, November 16, 2003

    My Irish roots set me free – McCarthy: Sunday Life, November 16, 2003

    Roma Downey: Pittsburgh Post Gazette, November 10, 2003

    Ireland's Poor Clares reach out to cyberspace: The Independent, October 13, 2003

    Ex-Coke boss has a thirst for Irish studies: Irish Independent, September 18, 2003 (registration required)

    Memorial to the 9/11 dead: Irish Post, September 17, 2003

    Aon of a kind: Irish Echo, September 17, 2003

    Profile: Lord Hutton, Chief Constable: Belfast Telegraph, September 17, 2003

    Conqueror at the gates: Sunday Business Post, September 7, 2003

    Bishop Donal Lamont, 92, Africa Missionary, Dies: New York Times, September 2, 2003 (registration required)

    Back to basics: Irish Echo, September 3, 2003

    When Isis' eyes are smiling: Irish castle home to far-out shrine: Boston Herald, September 1, 2003

    US navy pays respect to war hero brothers: Irish Independent, August 30, 2003 (registration required)

    Harris, the man and the legend: Limerick Leader, August 30, 2003

    Brendan Gleeson: How do I look?: The Independent, August 2, 2003

    Mitchell Scholars Delve Into Irish Culture, Too: New York Times, July 30, 2003 (registration required)

    About-turn as Germans flock to find jobs here: Irish Independent, July 25, 2003 (registration required)

    Reliving Ireland's voyages of hope: Boston Globe, July 23, 2003

    Tales from the City: Remembering JFK at the Kennedy family trees: Irish Independent, July 22, 2003 (registration required)

    Putting it all online: Arizona Republic, July 11, 2003

    Interns bring more than luck of the Irish to prosecutor jobs: Newark Star Ledger, July 11, 2003

    Irish courses at Concordia seek cash: Montreal Gazette, July 13, 2003

    Clinton tees up his dream flat in Ireland: Daily Telegraph, July 11, 2003

    Hurling: Fighting Irish Commence Playing Irish Sports: Notre Dame Magazine, July 2003

    Ireland's Favorite Sport Hasn't Traveled Well: Los Angeles Times, July 12, 2003 (registration required)

    Ireland launches drive to lure top scientists: Financial Times, July 11, 2003

    Generous Lifeline to Keep Giants Skating: The News Letter, July 4, 2003

    John Patrick Whooley, founder of Irish Herald: San Francisco Chronicle, June 29, 2003

    The pluck of the Irish Gaelic games lively import from auld sod: San Francisco Chronicle, June 26, 2003

    Irish politicians sample N.E. town government: Boston Globe, June 26, 2003

    Irish Reality Show Is More Like a Nightmare: New York Times, June 23, 2003

    Women's Gaelic football catching on in Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, June 20, 2003

    Storyteller transported her audience: Toronto Globe and Mail, June 21, 2003

    Lessons from Irish firefighters: Los Angeles Times, June 19, 2003 (registration required)

    The Titanic treasures: So what about Belfast?: Belfast Telegraph, June 18, 2003

    Peck 'loved visiting Ireland': BBC, June 13, 2003

    Kerry mourns the passing of screen legend Peck: Irish Examiner, June 13, 2003

    Can you say Padraig?: Golf Digest, June 2003

    The Irish 'si': The Guardian, June 11, 2003

    Ireland adjusting its color reception: Pittsburgh Tribune Review, June 9, 2003

    'An Unfinished Life': New York Times, June 8, 2003 (registration required)

    Home of Viagra rising towards stardom: Irish Independent, June 6, 2003 (registration required)

    City Street Named for Damian: Irish Voice/, June 4, 2003

    US visa crackdown floors top wrestler: Belfast Telegraph, June 4, 2003

    Bursary helps young people get to Scotland, Ireland: Cape Breton Post, June 3, 2003

    The 'stroppy Paddy' out to shame the world: Daily Telegraph, May 31, 2003

    Celts claim to be oppressed by Ireland and its alcohol: National Post, May 24, 2003

    Not men but giants as Everest bows to heroes: Irish Independent, May 23, 2003

    Do you say Seltic or Keltic?: Toronto Globe and Mail, May 21, 2003

    Montclair nun honored from the Pope: Inland Valley Daily Bulletin, May 20, 2003

    Pioneers leave legacy of development: Los Angeles Times, May 17, 2003 (registration required)

    New exchange program allows Canadians to vacation, work in Ireland: Canadian Press, May 8, 2003

    Irish students facing US visa delays: Boston Globe, May 9, 2003

    'Ireland has no such thing as a work permit for US citizens': Dublin Daily, May 2, 2003

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    Homer-Center welcomes Irish instructors: Blairsville Dispatch, April 25, 2003

    A tough goodbye for 'Touched By an Angel' star: San Jose Mercury News, April 22, 2003

    Kabul's first pub had to be Irish: Montreal Gazette (Editorial), April 18, 2003

    Cardinal Carter, a man for all Canada: Toronto Star, April 8, 2003

    Film star turned farmer; Jones sets up in Kenmare Bay: Irish Examiner, April 2, 2003

    Cousin overshadows Ireland's Harrington: San Francisco Chronicle, March 29, 2003

    Travolta recalls Irish mom's rapport with fans: Irish Echo, March 19, 2003

    'His heart was always in the labour movement': Toronto Globe & Mail, March 19, 2003

    Canadian retirees find the luck of the Irish: Saskatoon StarPhoenix, March 17, 2003

    Remembering a Ronald Reagan St. Patrick's Day: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, March 16, 2003

    No-frills Aer Lingus lops off its tailfin shamrock: The Observer, March 16, 2003

    On Religion: Celtic rite uses the ancient to touch the postmodern: Naples Daily News, March 15, 2003

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    The big dig: Irish Echo, March 12, 2003

    Campbellsville's bond to Irish sister city still strong in pen pals' friendship: Central Kentucky News-Journal, March 12, 2003

    An immigrant's rise to top police job: Miami Herald, March 10, 2003

    Hub exhibit puts focus on Irish-American women: Irish Echo, February 26, 2003

    Is He Himself or His Role?: New York Times, February 21, 2003

    Colin Farrell's spotlight intensifies: Baltimore Sun, February 19, 2003

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