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Limerick leaves violent past behind and looks to future: BBC

Castle Leslie Estate: Daily Telegraph

Dingle charms on Ireland's southwest coast: Scranton Times-Tribune

'Letterkenny' to offer St. Patrick's episode: Kitchener Post

Bicycle on Ireland's rugged western coast, and traverse its highest mountain range too: Los Angeles Times

The Irish in Argentina – not just farmers and priests: The Irish Times

Travels with Charlie – Link to Obama gave temporary tourism boost to Irish town: Reading Eagle

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

Cultural icons dig deep to help fund €59m revamp of Irish cultural 'hub' in New York: Sunday Independent

Rebel Mission – San Francisco's role in the 1916 Rising: The Irish Times

Jane Smiley Explores Ancient Ireland's Mysterious Tombs: New York Times

Amazing drone footage of Newgrange will give you goosebumps: Irish Mirror

Bridge over troubled waters: Belfast Telegraph

In Texas I'll be dreaming of Christmas in Ireland: The Irish Times

Ireland's Ancient South East: Irish America

New York's newest street name? Easter Rising Way: The Irish Times

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

Let's move Ireland's capital out of Dublin: The Times

The world's largest California redwood grove – in Birr?: The Irish Times

How old lookout station from WWII era is leading the way in monitoring climate change: Irish Independent

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

An ode to Belfast Harbour: The Irish Times

What Will Become of George Bernard Shaw's Birthplace?: Dublin Inquirer

New HomePlace arts centre to celebrate life and work of Seamus Heaney: The Guardian

Foxford is no run of the mill: Irish Echo

17th-century plantation castle found hiding in plain sight: The Irish Times

Vast landscapes and hearty eating in County Donegal, Ireland: The Tennessean, July 27, 2016

Government accused of setting fire to Ireland's natural heritage: Irish Mirror

Anglo-Irish lords of the manor cling on to their big estates: Irish Independent

Heirs and graces – peek inside the magnificent Killruddery House: Irish Independent

11 reasons why Roscommon is the best county in Ireland: Irish Mirror

Snapshot – Memorial in bog marks spot of aviation history: Reading Eagle

Walking through Ireland's beautiful landscape through the Pilgrim's Path: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

How to Find Heaven in Ireland: Huffington Post

Small town in Ireland features large industrial development: Beloit Daily News

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

Superb drone footage highlights amazing places to visit in Northern Ireland: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

Brave or bonkers? Old images of Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge that'll make you shudder...: Belfast Live

Pokemon Go takes Belfast gamers on a cultural tour to catch 'em all: The Sunday Life

Smiths Falls explores Irish twinning project; Mayor to travel to Ireland to further connections: InsideOttawaValley.com

Tourist hotspots – Party central Lahinch eager to show the world it has much more to offer: Irish Examiner

Could a bridge or tunnel one day link Scotland with Ireland?: The Scotsman

Ireland's Travel Secrets – The Irish Sky Garden: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

Green, green wine – Irish blood runs through vineyards in heart of Bordeaux: Irish Independent

Spanning the aesthetic divide – An Irishman's Diary about Dublin's bridges: The Irish Times

Getting a summit view of the islands of Ireland's Clew Bay: Modesto Bee

Council backs plan for 'urban gaeltacht' in Galway: Irish Independent

Amazing views as The Gobbins path close to reopening: Belfast Telegraph

Getting a summit view of the islands of Ireland's Clew Bay: Reading Eagle

Gregans Castle – Is this Ireland's most charming hotel?: Daily Telegraph

Bridging the distance between the Southland and Ireland: Chicago Tribune

House Hunting in ... Ireland: New York Times

It's all about the scenery, food and photography on this Ireland tour: Los Angeles Times

Connemara – in North Carolina: Connacht Tribune

The Best of Northern Ireland: Huffington Post

Vintage View – Tarquin Blake's Abandoned Churches of Ireland: Irish Examiner

A garden to remember 1916 and a rich tradition of immigration: The Irish Times

Ancient stone linked to St Patrick gifted to cathedral: Belfast Telegraph

36 Hours in Galway, Ireland: New York Times

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

Plaque on Washington Monument to recognise relationship with US: Irish Independent

Belfast has more in common with New Orleans that you may think: Irish News

Belfast, Northern Ireland: Financial Times

Call Ireland's castles home: Bergen Record

Northern Ireland – No Trouble Here: San Antonio Magazine

Down and Fermanagh along with Northern Ireland produce star in US TV special: Belfast Telegraph

We went to see Apple's European HQ in Ireland – here's what we found: Business Insider

D.C. area monuments honor the Irish and others with ties to Emerald Isle: Washington Post

Royal County Down voted world's best course in magazine poll: BBC

San Jose's sister city relationship with Dublin turns 30 years old: San Jose Mercury News

Dublin and Montreal to become twin cities: GlobaNews.ca

Startup Mecca Rises From Abandoned Guinness Storehouse: Forbes.com

Visiting the Aran Islands in Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way: San Francisco Chronicle

Turret rooms, seaweed massages and learning how to fly a Harris's hawk named Inca – What it's REALLY like to stay in a 13th century castle voted the best hotel in the world: Daily Mail

NY property fair a new cottage industry: Sunday Independent

Ireland from above – cliffs and castles in beautiful drone footage: Daily Telegraph

This is the land where I belong: The Guardian, April 20, 2015

Village row over plans for Blarney's 250th birthday: Irish Examiner, July 29, 2015

Mesmerizing video shows the 'art of mowing' in Ireland: Daily Telegraph

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

Six historical Irish places you may not know about in London: Irish Post, May 22, 2015

A 'big house' put up for sale – Strong case for intervention: Irish Examiner
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Archive – Inside Northern Ireland's nuclear bunker: BBC

Mesmerizing video shows the 'art of mowing' in Ireland: Daily Telegraph

The land of shamrocks and leprechauns – Ireland: Boca Beacon, May 29, 2015

Belfast's Irish charm feels like home away from home: Scottish Daily Record

Storm Frank – High winds invert Glencar waterfall in Ireland: The Independent

This remote Irish monastery is where medieval Christianity meets fictional Jedi spiritualism: National Post

Charlotte Brontë – How a County Down father helped shape the famous author: BBC

Surf's up for Fáilte Ireland as its Wild Atlantic Way rides the crest of a wave: Irish Examiner

Greetings From Belfast, Northern Ireland: Paste Magazine

In Ireland, pilgrims and tourists on St. Patrick's mountain: SFGate.com

5 Reasons to Visit Ireland in Winter: Huffington Post, February 6, 2015

Crowds still flock to 'moving statue' site at Ballinspittle, three decades on: Irish Examiner

Belfast's former shipyards set sail in a new direction: Toronto Globe and Mail

Driving in Ireland puts you on the road to discovery: Daily Telegraph

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

Irish sites designated Unesco Global heritage sites: Irish Examiner

Devastating blow for town struggling to stay afloat: Irish Independent, February 5, 2015

Ireland's Wild River – the Mighty Shannon, review: 'a mesmeric hour of television': Daily Telegraph

Cork – seeking a bigger role in Ireland's tech aspirations: Financial Times

Dublin, Ireland – Forgetting about winter and making merry: Toronto Star, February 26, 2015

'Star Wars' Fever Extends to an Ancient Irish Island: New York Times

Game of Thrones – Journey to heart of Westeros as tourist map pinpoints stunning locations of smash TV saga: Belfast Telegraph

10 eye-catching and traditional thatched cottages from across Ireland: Irish Post

A toast to the coast: A road trip along the hard edge of County Antim – where Game Of Thrones plays out, and the whiskey is warm: Daily Mail

In the Garden – Ireland at its best: Vancouver Sun

From dereliction to boom – Dublin through the years: The Irish Times

Dublin third best city to visit in 2016, say Lonely Planet: Irish Examiner

Who built Chicago? Film explores city's Irish roots: The Irish Times

CSI Bog just one of the charms of National Museum visit: Irish Examiner

Ben Bulben – An Irish Site that Inspires the Imagination: Ancient Origins

Six Irish attractions make Lonely Planet list of top sights: The Irish Times

Bed down in luxurious, historic Ireland: Daily Telegraph

Castle owner claims wind turbines "spoiling" Irish countryside are hampering tourist trade: Irish Mirror

Hidden City writer Karl Whitney on Dublin: The Guardian

Visitors should look beyond obvious attractions to hidden gems: Irish Independent

Loop Head peninsula in global top 100 list: The Irish Times

Cycling Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way: San Francisco Chronicle

Star Wars filming causes two 'incidents' on Skellig Michael: The Irish Times

'Wuthering Heights' may well have been inspired by the tragic inhabitants of Prehen House: Londonderry Sentinel

The holy mountain that's become too popular: BBC

The Gobbins – 'White-knuckle' path re-opens on Northern Ireland's coast: Irish Independent

24 hours in Derry – Get to know Northern Ireland's friendliest city: Irish Mirror

Travel – How Belfast has gone from no-go to must-see: The Scotsman

House Hunting in ... Ireland: New York Times, May 6, 2015

Ireland's County Wicklow – Wilderness and grand houses: SFGate.com

Heritage trail lends new life to Loop Head: Irish Examiner, November 28, 2014

Record numbers of US visitors to Ireland sees tourism at pre-recession levels: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, December 17, 2014

Grant to see forgotten river that gave rise to north's biggest city become a tourist attraction: Irish News, December 22, 2014

140-year-old Diving Bell to be reborn as tourist attraction: Irish Independent, February 11, 2015

The Tower That Enchanted Yeats: New York Times

Enchanting isle – Inishmore's untamed beauty: Toronto Sun

Skellig is a tough old rock and can survive Star Wars: Irish Examiner

A Castle as a Home, With Centuries of Irish History: New York Times

Irish sport of hurling coming to Fenway Park: Boston Herald

See stunning beauty of Ireland Uncovered in snaps for fuel firm's calendar competition: Irish Mirror

With new direct flights, Ireland hoping to lure Canadian visitors in winter: Vancouver Times Colonist

In Ireland, a haven of fly-fishing, golf and solitude: San Antonio Express-News

Irish consulate in Austin to strengthen ties, promote business: Austin Business Journal, October 20, 2014

Reprint of 'Field Names of Meath' book: Meath Chronicle, December 11, 2013

Ireland's grand Ashford Castle is worth checking in to: New York Post, September 30, 2014

Spread the word, Book of Kells goes global despite objection by Burger King: Sunday Independent

Most Scenic Drive in the World? Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way: Huffington Post

10 most beautiful villages in Ireland you must see before you die: Irish Mirror

Skellig Michael monastic site is Luke Skywalker's 'refuge' in Star Wars film – leaked clip: Irish Independent, October 8, 2014

Skellig guides wanted Star Wars film shoot blocked: Irish Examiner, October 21, 2014

Ireland isn't just about potatoes: Chicago Tribune, September 28, 2014

New York Surfer Rides Massive Waves in Ireland: Huffington Post

Property Bulletin – Ireland's castles and country estates have been taken over by a modern aristocracy: Irish Independent

Adventures and exploration in the hidden city of Dublin: Daily Express, December 28, 2014

Most Scenic Drive in the World? Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way: Huffington Post

In Ireland's County Mayo, a haven of fly-fishing, golf and solitude with famed links courses, renowned salmon waters: National Post

Glamping in Ireland – Five of the best sites for pitching your luxury tent: Irish Mirror

In Northern Ireland, it's all about the drive: Toronto Globe and Mail

This guy is travelling around Irish islands and writing a song a week about each one: TheJournal.ie

Bird's-eye view of remote Clare routes on Google: Irish Examiner, August 12, 2014

Yeats Country – The land of heart's desire: Irish Independent

In Northern Ireland, it's all about the drive: Toronto Globe and Mail

Surf's up for Fáilte Ireland as its Wild Atlantic Way rides the crest of a wave: Irish Examiner

Drone gives unique inside view of Dublin chimneys: Daily Telegraph

In search of traditional music and a pint in Dublin: Dallas Morning News

Glenveagh National Park is just one of the many jewels clustered in the crown of County Donegal: Irish Mirror

Trail of 1916 Easter Rising sites launched to boost tourism: The Irish Times

Ireland now a whale-watching tourism hotspot: Irish Examiner

Killarney Park special branch on lookout for holly thieves: The Irish Times

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

Fight on to save retreat of a broken-hearted Yeats: Irish Independent, July 14, 2014

Galway locals bid to re-open WB Yeats tower: UTV Internet

Travel review: Ulster – Good times? No Troubles: Yorkshire Evening Post

Charles and Camilla fall under the spell of Lissadell: Irish Independent

Glasnevin Cemetery documentary 'One Million Dubliners' wins top prize: Irish Independent

Online Dating Is So Yesterday – Finding Love At The World's Oldest Matchmaking Festival: Forbes

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

Kylemore Abbey to create spiritual centre with leading US university: Irish Independent

Titanic Belfast included in the search to find 21 landmarks that define Britain: Belfast Telegraph

Russborough to sell Old Masters to fund upkeep of house: The Irish Times

Picture of Scottish castle used to promote Ireland holiday: Daily Telegraph

Lapwings – Threatened bird species takes sanctuary in a Northern Ireland prison: The Independent

'Let's build Titanic-style tourist centre to celebrate DeLorean': Belfast Telegraph

Belfast, the noirest city on earth – a capital spot for crime fiction: The Irish Times

A New, and Historic, Hike in Ireland: New York Times

Irish street artist builds new urban art installation in Fayetteville: Fayetteville Flyer, May 5, 2014

US TV ad promoting Northern Ireland will make you so proud: Belfast Live

Wet and Wild in Ireland – The Adventurous Side of the Emerald Isle: Forbes.com

In Ireland, Chasing the Wandering Soul of Yeats: New York Times

These mysterious caves in a Sligo hillside carry secrets from the Ice Age: TheJournal.ie

Irish Center is jewel in Maine crown: Irish Echo, September 15, 2014

In Dublin, Shopping Away From the Crowds: New York Times, August 27, 2014

Whiskey museum to open in summer: Evening Herald, March 14, 2014

'Quiet Man' cottage to be protected structure: Irish Examiner

Kit Harington talking our city down? No, he did us a favour: Belfast Telegraph

For Stark landscapes, head to Northern Ireland: Washington Post

€200m Center Parcs resort to make Longford leading destination – Kenny: The Irish Times

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

A ring around Ireland: Otago Daily Times

Irish Rambling By The Ring Of Kerry – Dingle, The Skelligs, Killarney ... And More: Forbes

Happy 100th to the 'house with the shamrock shutters': Boston Irish Reporter

Ireland is where I am rooted and feel unbreakable connections: Irish Examiner, December 23, 2013

Woman who lost legs in farming accident begins search for GI soldier who saved her life: Irish Independent, December 26, 2013

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

O'Connor estate lives on – with the luck of the Irish: Toronto Globe and Mail

National Geographic makes Kerry a cover star: Irish Independent

Amazing drone footage that will make you want to visit Ireland: Daily Telegraph

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

Stunning aerial footage of Wild Atlantic Way captures raw beauty of Ireland: Irish Mirror

What to Do in Belfast, Northern Ireland: New York Times

Clontarf a nice spot on the harbour, too nice for an assassination: Sydney Morning Herald

Stunning drone footage captures Co. Wicklow's ethereal beauty: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

Ireland – Mystery, Magic and Wonder: ChicagoNow.com

Chips and crisps, and 12 other things to know about Ireland: Harrisburg Patriot-News, August 14, 2014

Dingle becomes first Irish base for US university: Irish Independent

Let's move to Newcastle, County Down: The Guardian

Kilkenny's Smithwick's Experience makes Lonely Planet 'hot' list: Kilkenny People

Brian Boru trail relives 1014 Battle of Clontarf: Evening Herald, March 28, 2014

Last call for city's Irish pubs?: Crains, May 18, 2014

Film draws crowds to cemetery: Irish News

A real-life Santa is buried in a quiet Kilkenny graveyard: Sunday Independent

Europe's Largest Zinc Mine Lies Deep Under Ireland's Countryside: KQED.org

Rick Steves – Dingle Peninsula: San Francisco Chronicle

That was flipping close! Astonishing moment friendly dolphin almost jumps right into boat in Irish harbour: Daily Mail

Christmas in Dublin – Good Cheer and Great Deals: New York Times

In the Now – The Dance for Kindness in Times Square, a museum of Hess toy trucks and PoetryFest at the Irish Arts Center: New York Daily News

Travel – Christmastime a delight in Dingle, Ireland: Providence Journal, December 1, 2013

By Public Transit From Dublin – Hikes, Vistas and Seafood, All for a Song: New York Times

'The Carrauntoohil cross is a symbol of our community': Sunday Independent

Australian journalist apologises after writing Ireland offers up 'not much more than potatoes': Irish Mirror

36 Hours in Dublin: New York Times

The only official Gaeltacht outside of Ireland is in Ontario: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

£15bn tunnel linking Ireland and Wales proposed by think tank: Belfast Telegraph

Restored Georgian house to become Michael Collins museum: Irish Examiner

No buts in Butte – An Irishman's Diary on law enforcement, Montana-style: The Irish Times

Yearning Buyers in Dublin Find Few Offerings: New York Times

Ireland claims two spots on Lonely Planet secret travel top 50: The Irish Times, June 4, 2014

Is this the best view of Belfast? Public can tower over city on new £500k mountain trail: Belfast Telegraph

Adventures in Ireland – The good, the bad, and the beautiful: Rocky Mountain Collegian

'Georgian Villa' in the North of Ireland: New York Times

9 Reasons You Should Bring Your Toddler to Ireland: Huffington Post

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

The Highest and Most Impressive Waterfall in Ireland: Epoch Times

Ireland's links to St. Louis are deep: St. Louis Post Dispatch

Dracula Untold – New map for film fans to help them follow blood trail: Belfast Telegraph

Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way makes a magical coastal adventure by car: Los Angeles Times

Capturing Dublin's wild side: The Irish Times

Northern Ireland's best scenic drives: Daily Telegraph

Rivalries and ghosts haunt Ireland's mansions: Irish Examiner, March 21, 2013

Northern Ireland's own 'little Pompeii'... the buried town that could become a huge tourist draw: Belfast Telegraph, March 30, 2013

Our iconic cottages are being lost to time: Irish Independent

Building a Bit of Ireland in the U.S.: Wall St Journal

The Irish island that children learn to leave: BBC

5 free things to see in Belfast, Northern Ireland: Kankakee Daily Journal

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

Portraits bring us face to face with Ireland in the 1970s: Irish Independent

Quick sand – Welcome to Irish beach racing at Laytown: CNN

Ned Kelly's childhood home for sale: TheGuardian.com

Belfast – Former war zone now a tourist draw: Chicago Tribune

Motorbiking in Northern Ireland – The scenic route to the 'race of legends': Daily Telegraph

Ireland is officially the 'best country in the world', says study: The Independent

Laura Dern falls in love with Ireland: Irish Examiner

Walking Through History in Ireland: New York Times

Planned Jewish museum strikes discordant note: Sunday Independent

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

Wong – Generosity still links Ireland to Maritimes: Halifax Chronicle Herald

Could the fountain of youth lie in an Irish BOG? Peat that preserved 9,000-year-old bodies inspires new skincare range: Daily Mail

Kerry town flags its support 'for all visitors': Irish Independent

In Dublin, Tweaking a High Tea: New York Times

Bird wars and 'Star Wars' on Skellig Michael: The Irish Times

Stunning aerial shot of the Giant's Causeway: Belfast Telegraph

Santa Clara and Limerick Begin a Sister Cities Relationship: Santa Clara Weekly

Band of brothers instrumental in the evolution of surfing in Ireland: The Irish Times

The allure of the Emerald Isle: Many locals with no Irish ancestry still feel a connection to that country: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

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

Festival promoting Irish tourism bound for Boston: Boston Globe

Ireland Park reopens to public after four years of isolation: Toronto Star

Ireland – Vinegar Hill revisited: St Catherine Standard

Past meets present in Ireland: Pensacola News Journal

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

Walk among Ireland's literary giants: Vancouver Sun

Harry Potter owl flies 1,000km to settle in Burren: Irish Examiner

Big-brother CCTV cameras have Irish islanders up in arms: New York Daily News

How Newfoundland seduced Brendan Gleeson: Toronto Star

Well, well: Storm brings historic discovery in Limerick: Limerick Leader

Even Ulan Bator has Irish pubs: BBC

First impressions of Ireland: Pensacola News Journal

Steve Urbon – Irish sister city to celebrate 'Moby-Dick,' then dissolve government: SouthCoastToday.com

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

From the Giant's Causeway to Crohy Sea Arch, breathtaking photos of hidden Ireland show Emerald Isle as never before: Daily Mail

Yeats rising: Philadelphia Inquirer

Mirror girl on the Malin Head trail: It's Ireland's best-kept secret but the locals want to change that: Irish Mirror

Irish workers find Pictou's weather cold, locals' kindness warm: Cape Breton Post

Ireland 'a dream trip' for most Americans: Irish Independent

Medieval Granard to become the crown jewel of Irish tourism: Longford Leader

Why East-West divide could be down to men's Irish DNA: The Herald

Brian Boru trail taking in Tipperary's historic sites is launched: Tipperary Star

Burren and Cliffs of Moher site shortlisted for award: The Irish Times

Massachusetts – Home of Fake Irish People, say Brits: Boston.com

That's not a hermit... That's a hermit! Stuntman who appeared in Hollywood's biggest films including Crocodile Dundee gave it all up to be only resident of abandoned island off Irish coast: Daily Mail

Ballyliffin, Ireland: Great links between the sea and the mountains: Toronto Star

Belfast and Boston to be named sister cities: Belfast Telegraph, March 25, 2014

Breen – Forty shades of green: Reno Gazette-Journal

Ireland's answer to Pacific Highway aims to woo the world: Irish Independent

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

Titanic memorial garden to open in Cobh: Irish Examiner

A Patch of Ireland in The Bronx: NY City Lens

Book Review: 'Secret Dublin: An Unusual Guide by Pól Ó Conghaile – Jonglez Publishing': Seattle Post-Intelligencer
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Is nothing sacred? Trinity scraps Bible from its crest: The Irish Times

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

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

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

Tourist trail links up with historic sites: Evening Herald

Mystery of Blarney Stone's heritage finally solved: TheGuardian.com

Dispelling memories of a bygone Ireland: Boston Globe

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

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

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

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

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

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

US billionaire Donald Trump buys Irish golf resort: BBC

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Cliff-side loo offers spectacular view: BBC

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

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

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

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

Game of Thrones key to Northern Ireland tourism plan: BBC

Fewer winter birds at Lough Neagh: UTV Internet

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

A warm welcome to west Waterford: The Australian

Boston Irish Famine Memorial needs to be restored: Boston Globe

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

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

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

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

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

The Last King of Ireland: New York Times

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

Call for London to get Irish famine memorial: Irish Post

Eleven acre land art unveiled in Belfast: The Independent

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

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

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

Megalithic tomb at home in estate: Sligo Champion

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

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

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

Lighthouses to open doors to tourists: UTV Internet

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

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

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

G8 host town hopes summit will put County Fermanagh on map: The Guardian

Ireland at risk of losing status as reddest-headed: Irish Examiner

The lost river that gave Belfast its name: Belfast Telegraph

Mayo Gott Helfe Uns!: The Irish Times

Faughan Valley in Northern Ireland boasts stunning scenery and good fishing: Scottish Daily Record

Past brought back to life in €5.7m castle revamp: Irish Examiner

In Ireland, history, beauty at every bend in road: Baton Rouge Advocate

Fly Fishing in Ireland – Tips From an Irish Angler: Huffington Post

The Gathering has provided a tailwind to bring growth back to Ireland's tourism: The Irish Times

Cosmetic surgery for the derelict shops of Bushmills in Ireland: Daily Telegraph

Uisneach going on agenda for US visitors: Westmeath Examiner

Haven't you always wanted to visit a butter museum?: Toronto Globe and Mail

Lisdoonvarna matchmaking festival in gay invite: BBC

Bronze statues to honour stars of 'Quiet Man': Irish Independent

Ulster Way is set to be linked to famous US mountain trail: The News Letter

Call to rename Shannon Bridge in honour of JFK: Limerick Leader

Looking for a match at Lisdoon leaves dodgy internet dating for dead: Irish Independent

The Emerald Isle is a golfing paradise: Canada.com

Dublin Travel – Ireland's Capital Has The Cutest Tourism Campaign Probably Ever: Huffington Post

Boutique digs in Dublin's Dockyards: Toronto Globe and Mail

Poets, playwrights and post-punk heroes in the City of Culture: The Herald

A New Trail at the Cliffs of Moher: New York Times

A siren song from hard-boiled Belfast: The Irish Times

King John's Castle, Limerick City, revamped and ready for action: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

Edmonton Gaelic football tournament fosters community and a couple of punches: Edmonton Journal

Gory and weird tales of old Dublin on tourist app: Evening Herald

Cliffs of Moher walkway opens despite legal row: Irish Examiner

Sierra Leone's Irish alliance bodes well for women affected by violence: Guardian.co.uk

Gorgeous golf courses of Northern Ireland: Melbourne Herald Sun

Lonely Planet names Northern Ireland as a "hot" destination "scenic, historic, and on the rise": Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

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

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

Ireland at the crest of a new wave in maritime technology: The Irish Times

Ireland's Last Great Links Golf Course?: Forbes.com

New Aer Lingus routes to San Francisco and Toronto take off next year: Irish Independent

Wrong Way Round: Castles for everyone on Ireland's west coast: National Post

Irish American Heritage Museum celebrates "The Irish and Horse Racing: John Morrissey": Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

President unveils Braveheart display in Trim: Meath Chronicle

Game of Thrones boost for tourism: Ballymoney Times

Want To See A Ghost Tonight? Hunting Them Is One Of Ireland's Weirder Treats: Forbes.com

The Céide Fields: Irish America

Roma Downey – It's seen a lot of changes but Derry's still my kind of town: Belfast Telegraph

Thousands sing Danny Boy in Guildhall Square: Derry Journal

Check Out Google's Crazy Office In Dublin, Ireland (GOOG): SFGate.com

Census shows 'cultural fit' of Irish in Australia: IrishEcho (Australia)

Gloomtown rats – Bob's rant on corrupt Ireland: Irish Sun

Teenage Kicks tribute to John Peel removed from Belfast flyover: The Guardian

Bruff's day as Kennedys trace family's 'better half': The Irish Times

Ireland's golfing Mecca – Forget Scotland, for the finest courses go west: Daily Mail

Dublin Travel – Ireland's Capital Has The Cutest Tourism Campaign Probably Ever: Huffington Post

Derry Peace bridge and along the river Foyle, Northern Ireland: The Guardian

Mystery box opened during Return of Colmcille event: BBC

How Did Snails Migrate 8,000 Years Ago to Ireland?: Epoch Times

On 50th anniversary of JFK visit, torch lit from eternal flame heads to Ireland: Washington Post

Trim dig 'can change your child's life' says National Geographic: Meath Chronicle

Irish 'wild boar' turns out to be a pig in a poke: Irish Examiner

Kennedy's US 'Eternal Flame' will light new monument here: Irish Independent

Salvador Ryan: Lough Derg – the three-day spiritual detox for your soul: Irish Independent, June 4, 2013

Lough Erne – The calm before the political storm: Independent on Sunday

Presidential Visits to Ireland: Irish America

'South Carolina Irish Memorial' park celebrating emigrants to be opened this month: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

Irish government faces fight with residents of picturesque island Inis Oirr over new salmon farm: The Independent

Irish town set for 50th anniversary of John F Kennedy visit: BBC

Rathowen Gathering wants Springsteen: Westmeath Examiner

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/IrishCentral.com

Irish patriot Collins honored with bust at his birthplace: Reading Eagle

We face cold future as jet stream goes south: Irish Independent

Where is Dublin's best pint of Guinness?: Toronto Globe and Mail

Priests exhumed at Knock Shrine as graves were being walked on by pilgrims – Four pastors re-interred: Connaught Telegraph

Be Good Or Be Gone – the McSorley's way: The Irish Times

Craic, community and chance. Why Ireland is the number one place to start up in Europe: VentureVillage.eu

My favourite island: Sydney Morning Herald

The historic town of Carrickfergus is home to one of the most warm and welcoming pub restaurants in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph

Reflecting a city's true nature: The Irish Times, August 14, 2012

Irish research reveals deep-sea discovery: Irish Examiner

Blooming lovely as Clandeboye Estate is opened to public for rare treat: Belfast Telegraph

Lough Erne island only place in world sandwich terns breed away from the sea: Impartial Reporter

Londonderry erects replica of Halifax's Sailor Statue: Halifax Chronicle Herald

US Marines plaque to be erected in Derry: Belfast Telegraph

Touring Northern Ireland: the mythical setting for 'Game of Thrones': New York Post

Ireland tourism board should use country's history and heritage to give it an international edge: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

Scary tales of New York: life in the Irish slums: The Irish Times

Lough Erne to be locked down over G8: The News Letter

The 'Game of Thrones' tourists: The Irish Times

Kim Bielenberg – How Boston became America's most Irish city: Irish Independent

Cross-border canal to reopen after 80 years: Irish Independent

Boston's Irish immigrants – a community response to an international tragedy: The Irish Times

Ian Doyle – Peerless heritage blighted by short-sighted policy: Irish Independent

Wartime movie being filmed in Co Down: UTV Internet

Dublin Bay Area Selling Prices Lift Rebound Hopes: New York Times

Between jigs and reels, the last great show of Irish influence in New York: The Irish Times

Sole resident of Inishfree Island leaves for good: The Irish Times

How the Burren inspired Tolkien's 'Misty Mountains': Irish Independent

Fears for Giant Causeway's World Heritage status: Belfast Telegraph

Tripping in Ireland – Suddenly the land just … ended: Toronto Globe and Mail

Statue marks city's Christian heritage: UTV Internet

NI hedges are 113,648km long: Londonderry Sentinel

It's not easy, but Ballybunion remains standard for links golf: Golf Week

The Irish Spirit: Dunkirk (NY) Observer

Enda wears heart on his sleeve at top of the world: Irish Independent

New-wave Irish stew: Toronto Globe and Mail

Cork priest leads parade in green-hued Montserrat: Irish Examiner, March 18, 2013

'Dubline' tourism trail set to draw the crowds: Irish Independent, May 24, 2012

Permit Allowing a Few Pints Tests a Tolerance for Drunken Driving: New York Times

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/IrishCentral.com

US dog mistakenly flies to Ireland: Sunday Independent

St Patrick's Day in Douglas, Ontario: The Irish Times

An Irish-American daughter finds herself at home in Ireland: Cleveland Plain Dealer

The Most Authentic Irish Pubs in the US: TheDailyMeal.com

10,000 expected for festival of Celts: Irish Examiner

Boom Over, St. Patrick's Isle Is Slithering Again: New York Times

St Patrick's imprint on the landscape is brought into focus: Belfast Telegraph

A St. Patrick's Day feast, Belfast style: Montreal Gazette

Irish monument too 'phallic' to share park with Montreal Massacre memorial, opponents say: National Post

As St Patrick's Day approaches, Ireland pins its hopes on a year of tourism: Guardian.co.uk

Sydney's Irish influence gets new definition: Irish Echo (Australia)

St. Patrick's Day Every Day in Floral Park: Long Island Press

When Irish Hands Are Helping an Enclave in County Queens: New York Times

Boyne Valley tourism route launched: Irish Independent

At Inishowen, breathtaking views reward hikers: Montreal Gazette

Capital's Spire is 10 years old, but still not a favourite with many locals: The Irish Times

The £100 million golf course on the Giant's Causeway – a scar on the landscape?: Daily Telegraph

Europe Travel – Ireland's fabulous tourism video: Toronto Star

At Inishowen, breathtaking views reward hikers: Montreal Gazette

Never mind the Irish heritage – Take a road trip, not a roots trip, in the West of Ireland: Washington Post

Butte – Montana's Irish Mining Town: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

Sober St Patrick's Day returns to New York and spreads to Belfast: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

Mournful, Angry Views of Ireland's Famine: New York Times, January 4, 2013

Then and Now – photos link scenes across a century: The Irish Times, April 30, 2012

Island hopping in Ireland: Irish Post, March 8, 2012

Valentia slate for British parliament: The Irish Times

Raising the Memory of the Titanic, and a City's Role in Its Creation: New York Times, April 16, 2012

Ireland is ready to reveal all its charms to a casual visitor, from Dublin to the green countryside: New York Daily News

Kennedy Trail tribute to first Irish Catholic president of US: Wexford People

Rural Ireland is fighting back to secure future: Irish Independent, November 17, 2011

Ireland, inching back from the brink, battles to reverse the emerald migration tide: Toronto Star, April 28, 2012

Spring Has Sprung In Ireland -- St. Bridget's Day -- And The Salmon Beckon: Forbes.com

A warm welcome in the 'wilds' of the north: A weekend in Ireland's 'forgotten' corner: Daily Mail

Obama Wexford visit to honour Kennedy mooted: The Irish Times

The most beautiful house in Ireland: Kilkenny People, April 19, 2012

A beautiful spot in Connemara that is hard to beat in Ireland: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

Welcome back to the tea-riffic teapot: Derry Journal

Falconry, beauty and seafood in Ireland: San Francisco Chronicle

Major oil discovery off Northern Ireland coast: Belfast Telegraph

Iconic 'Quiet Man' pub sale sparks US interest: Irish Independent

Rural Ireland changes rapidly as old ways fade away -- Facing a Facebook future as times change rapidly: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

Treasure Ireland: Guardian.co.uk, July 23, 2011

A Mass Holiday Homecoming Saddles a Rural Irish Town: New York Times

Should Ireland be returned to the wild?: The Irish Times

An architectural tour of Ireland's rich history: Irish Examiner

Solitude and peace – new abbey pods offer hotline to God: Irish Independent

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

Heritage hot spots History, nature, art, environment: The Irish Times, March 17, 2012

Cleric's fears over 'foreign country': The News Letter, April 13, 2012

Flares mark end of Titanic 100 commemorations: Irish Examiner

Stynes Bridge construction set to begin soon: ABC.net.au

Become a toast master during a whiskey tour of Ireland: Chicago Tribune

Council backs International Appalachian Trail: Coleraine Times, December 4, 2012

On the crest of a wave: Irish Examiner, July 25, 2011

It's hard to believe but the sea around Ireland is getting warmer: The Kerryman, September 28, 2011

Seven Wonders of Northern Ireland – The gem of the Mournes: Belfast Telegraph, September 5, 2011

The luck of the Irish: London Evening Standard, October 5, 2011

In the footsteps of Neolithic man, a farmer from north Mayo: The Irish Times, June 21, 2012

Oil company not informed of Dalkey designation proposal: The Irish Times

Giant's Causeway is pull for 300k visitors: Evening Herald

Take an Irish science safari: The Irish Times, June 7, 2012

Ireland among top 'luxury tourism' locations: Irish Examiner, December 22, 2011

One of Ireland's smallest counties is loving getting back to its roots – launches Leitrim Roots Festival 2013: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

German love for all things Irish persists: The Irish Times

Irish government publish photos of US army tanks and shipwrecks off the coast of Ireland: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

Lough Derg was tough penance, but it lasted a lifetime: Irish Independent

To Ireland, a Son's Journey Home: New York Times

Lough Erne will fit Obama like a golf glove: The Irish Times

Ireland's 2013 Gathering celebrates all things Irish: Toronto Sun

Irish Government grant was key to rescue of Irish centre in London: The Irish Times

Ireland's surf scene on crest of 'big wave': BBC

Youghal a 'hot spot' for US retirees: Irish Examiner

Moneygall pub 'inundated' in election run-up: The Irish Times

Election fever grips Barack's Irish home: Irish Independent

The historic riches of The Sperrins: Irish Post

Potato Island: New York Times

Customers Enjoy Clearing U.S. Customs at Shannon Airport: Aviation International News

Lines around Ireland's troubled past: The News Letter

Why is Dublin the on-line capital of Europe?: ComputerWeekly.com

The craic is back – The boom years are over and Dublin has recaptured its friendly charm: Daily Mail

Our past speaks through these beautiful buildings: Irish Examiner

Digging deep for Obama in his ancestral land: Irish Independent

The First Picture Show in a Tipperary Town: New York Times

A trip through Liverpool's rich Irish history: Guardian.co.uk

Big year for golf inspires Northern Ireland to increase tourism targets: Belfast Telegraph, March 10, 2012

Emerald Isle – Ireland is a diverse, beautiful, friendly romp: PennLive.com, March 11, 2012

Ambassador's exhaustive battle to find Vinegar Hill: Wexford People

Irish whiskey: the brown jewel of the Emerald Isle: FoxNews.com

Making waves with our traditional boats: Irish Examiner, January 28, 2012
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The signs are good but rain is driving along causeway route: The Irish Times

Bowled over in Ireland: The Australian

Plan to restore life to bog land: Irish Examiner

Travel views – September 29 to October 5, 2012: Daily Telegraph

Sláinte! – Holy Wells: Irish America

Exhibition remembers Ulster Covenant: The Irish Times

A Georgian Manor House in County Laois, Ireland: New York Times

Irish island of Inishbofin is a land of many legends: Reading Eagle

Flax is back in County Derry: Derry Journal

Irish experience helps shape, define Montana woman's life: The Missoulian

Belfast's nightlife suffers at the hands of stringent new laws: Independent.co.uk

36 Hours in Galway, Ireland: New York Times

Fatalistic, pessimistic Irish still worth a visit, says guide book: The Irish Times, January 12, 2012

Russborough reopens west wing: Bray People

Ireland's ice age uncovered: The Irish Times

Follow that Van – Taking a musical tour of Belfast in search of the great Van Morrison: Daily Mail

Off the beaten path, in N. Ireland and the Republic: Philadelphia Inquirer

A very peculiar place: Financial Times, July 8, 2011

Sperrins hills are alive with the sound of music from Northern Ireland's own Woodstock ...: Belfast Telegraph, June 7, 2011

Village of Prosperous Belies Irish Recovery Investors Chase: Bloomberg.com

Boyle's nod to mom's hometown: Irish Echo

Local knowledge – Boyne Valley: The Irish Times

Portillo's "amazing" journey: Derry Journal

Eleanor McGrath – They may be thousands of miles apart, but the Blaskets and Newfoundland say the same things to me: Irish Independent

Irish Eyes were cryin': Peoria Journal Star

'Stonehenge' on Achill must be removed as court order lifted: The Irish Times

Howth tram is on course to be running again: Sunday Independent

Dublin celebrates Bloom's perambulation: The Irish Times, June 18, 2012

Europe Travel – Seeing Ireland in a horse-drawn caravan: Toronto Star

Irish Eyes were cryin': Peoria Journal Star

Kilmallock 'most intact walled town in Ireland': Waterford News & Star

Moneygall heeds Obama's call for fundraising help: Irish Examiner

Linen exhibition explores Lisburn's links with Quebec: Ulster Star

Underground Ireland – our country's hidden structures: TheJournal.ie

Fantasy TV epic spells N Ireland boost: Financial Times

Healing of a Wounded City: Belfast Media

Queen tours Titanic visitor centre: Belfast Telegraph

Billy Keane – Moneygall is the village that found a president -- I just hope it never loses its charm and soul: Irish Independent

Irish Open 'sold NI to the world': UTV Internet

Bilingual walking app to act as 'virtual guide' for valley: Irish Examiner

Give me Irish weather any time over heatwave America – Cool and wet beats hot and humid anytime in my books: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

Monet damaged in gallery attack: Irish Independent

The Best Place to Live in Ireland – How Westport won: The Irish Times

Closure of James Joyce Tower a major blow to summer tourism: The Irish Times

An Irish ritual born on the Fourth of July: The Irish Times

Town plans to mark 50th anniversary of JFK's visit in style: Irish Independent

National Trust in Giant's Causeway creationism row: The Independent

Doctor's last Titanic letter comes home to Belfast: BBC

Not Worth Paper It's Built On: New York Times, March 25, 2012

Ireland's top rides: The Irish Times

Visit Belfast's other attractions: Irish Post

Irish restaurateur wins award for bouncing back after Hurricane Irene: The Irish Times

Even after the centennial, there's still plenty to see on the Titanic Trail: New York Daily News

Northern Ireland among 'possible UK spaceport locations': BBC

Irish Mansion With Traditional Ambience: New York Times

Housing bubble blights Ireland's pastoral charms: Detroit Free Press

Rare photos capture island life in 1890s: Irish Examiner

Melbourne names bridge after Jim Stynes: IrishEcho (Australia)

Birr telescope named one of Ireland's seven wonders: Offaly Independent

Whiskey festival for Bushmills: Coleraine Times

Olympic torch route, day 20 – the rocks that keep Downpatrick rolling: Guardian.co.uk

A Drinker's Guide to Dublin: New York Times

Met Éireann says Ireland grew significantly warmer over past three decades: RTE

Olympic flame blazes a trail in North: The Irish Times

Olympic torch route, day 18 – clean streets, proud people: Guardian.co.uk

Touching story of Dublin's very own War Horse is brought to life: Evening Herald

On An Irish Island by Robert Kanigel – Review: Toronto Star

The past is ever-present in Dublin: EMCKingston.ca

A giant helping of Belfast fun: Highland News, August 17, 2011

The history festival of Ireland: The Irish Times

Ballyhornan – The 'lost village' of County Down: BBC

Warmer but wetter – rising mercury and rainfall recorded in past 30 years: The Irish Times

Never mind the sat-nav – A green and leafy journey through Northern Ireland's gardens: Daily Mail

One year on, Obama's ancestral home opens: The Irish Times

American TV channel and magazine to feature Sligo: Sligo Champion

Belfast marks weekend Titanic sank: UTV Internet

Intel picks Irish plant for new chip: The Irish Times

Tourism boost as free wifi for parks is given go-ahead: Evening Herald

New Ross marks Kennedy link in bid to boost tourism: The Irish Times

Bringing back the punt – town cashes in on old currency: BBC

Notorious Belfast prison reinvented as distillery: CNBC.com

No man is an island -- Barry admits life's not so idyllic after all: Irish Independent

Romancing the Emerald Isle – Ireland Is a Hot Destination for Honeymoons And Romantic Escapes: Albany Times Union

Ireland has something for everyone: Canada.com

Banshees, fairies and leprechauns – Donegal's folklore, part of what we are: Donegal Democrat

O'Donnell centre attracts 600 visitors in opening week: The Irish Times

Why spectacular Ireland offers golfing joy, even if you're not a Rory McIlroy: Metro.co.uk, August 4, 2011

On Great Blasket Island, A Different Way Of Life: RadioBoston.WBUR.org

Artist Barry Pilcher is the only resident of remote Inishfree island: Irish Independent

Derry icon features on American Idol: Derry Journal

There's not enough for tourists to do in Northern Ireland, says Sinn Féin MLA: Belfast Telegraph

Kicking the Cliffs of Moher off the bucket list: Daily Collegian

Ireland's Aran Islands are a bastion of native culture: Boston Globe

A Titanic opportunity for Province: The News Letter

Titanic tribute of fire and water: Irish Examiner

Will Belfast Become "Titanic City"?: NewYorker.com

Undertaking a Titanic task to boost visitor levels: Daily Mail

Figurehead launched at world's largest Titanic museum: The Irish Times

A Village Embraces Its Haunted Legacy: New York Times

Titanic centre gets mixed reaction on opening day: The Irish Times

Obama's ancestral home opening its doors to the public: Irish Independent

How a Jersey town saved its Irish heart: Irish Echo

How The Wild Geese Irish Soldiers and Heroes Whiskey saved San Antonio St Patrick's Day Parade: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

Derelict shipyard where Titanic was built revitalised for 100th anniversary with moving new tourist attraction: Daily Mail

Beautiful, resilient Northern Ireland welcomes the world: Canada.com

On an Irish Island: WNYC.org

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Moneygall on the tourist trail as Obama link draws US visitors: Irish Independent

Will Titanic Belfast do for the city what the Guggenheim did for Bilbao?: Guardian.co.uk

Our rock'n'roll past is a key to Ireland's geological heritage: The Irish Times

St. Patrick's land is perfect for families: Chicago Tribune

Titanic site to exceed all expectations, says expert: Belfast Telegraph

Beyond St. Patrick's Day – Massachusetts and Ireland Economic Ties: Boston.com

Western Canadian employers court the Irish: Toronto Globe and Mail

Emigrants in landscapes of sentiment: The Irish Times

Chasing rainbows in northern Ireland's County Donegal: Boston Globe, March 11, 2012

Pedaling across Ireland without maps, partners or plans: Quincy Patriot Ledger

Rare shark caught off coast of Galway: The Irish Times

Walking through the centuries: The Irish Times, April 27, 2011

Visitor centre to be built at Kennedy ancestral home: The Irish Times

Proposed Che Guevara monument leads to war of words: Galway Advertiser

West Belfast celebrates Oscar success: Belfast Media

A Titanic symbol of hope: Irish Examiner

On St. Patrick's Day, stay in a Galway castle: Washington Times

Irish company debuts during Kenny Boston visit: Irish Echo

Northerly and raw, a land of big lore: Boston Globe, March 13, 2011

Effin Irish town release merchandise after Effin Facebook battle: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

Alcatraz masterplan for Spike Island to be unveiled: Irish Examiner

Requiem a fitting memorial to 1,500 lost souls: Belfast Telegraph

Bell tolls for liberty Hall as new tower gets the green light: Evening Herald

Montana governor to visit Ireland to celebrate Irish ties and history: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

Kenneth O Halloran's Pictures of Ireland: New York Times

Around Dublin – Could it have been 30 years already?: San Jose Mercury News

A colossal tribute to Titanic: The Irish Times

Tourist trail follows in the steps of Colmcille: Derry Journal

Always worth a go: Boston Globe, March 13, 2011

Opera House gives red light to green sails: IrishEcho (Australia)

Behind the scenes at our iconic tribute to Titanic: The News Letter

Irish immigrants find success in Saskatchewan: CKOM.com

Foraging for wild mushrooms in west Wicklow: The Irish Times, September 22, 2011

Another icon of the new Belfast: The Irish Times, April 22, 2011

'Rural Ireland – The Inside Story' Exclusive Exhibition at BC's McMullen Museum: BC.edu

San Antonio St. Patrick's Day Parade cancelled after 44 years: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

Irish native brings her roots to three Bronx colleges, teaching students language and cultur: New York Daily News

Town set to embark on Titanic project: Irish Examiner

Botox helps to create an Irish boom town amid economic gloom: The Observer

'Wild Atlantic Drive' to the end of the world along Ireland's west coast: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

A medieval Irish castle and a Dublin gem give couples a taste of town and country: Chicago Sun Times

Fr. Mychal remembered in Syracuse: Irish Echo

Welcome to the real Hollywood: Irish Examiner

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

Boston keeps its Irish roots – community's presence felt through out Massachusetts: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

Slane marks thirty years: New Ross Standard, May 24, 2011

ACLU wins ruling against St. Patrick's Day parade in Ohio: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

Unlocking the secret of Ireland's past: BBC, June 14, 2011

Tuam conference to explore Irish-U.S. links: Irish Echo

Guide raises a glass to Irish pubs: Belfast Telegraph

Want to see the Northern Lights in 2012? Head to Ireland...: Daily Mail

Outrage as Google appears to wipe Limerick off face of the Earth: Belfast Telegraph

Irish farming reaps growing success: Financial Times

No Parade in Hoboken to Celebrate St. Patrick's: New York Times

Beara, West Cork – Ireland's most beautiful landscape?: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

Albany opening [Irish American Heritage Museum]: Irish Echo

Queen's visit set to crown Titanic year as city comes into its own: Belfast Telegraph

Football – Passport is requirement for playing for Notre Dame this fall: LATimes.com

Weekend in Dublin, Ireland: Atlanta Journal Constitution

Walt Disney and the Kilkenny connection: Kilkenny People

Why Northern Ireland's just the ticket in coming months: Belfast Telegraph

The Irish village that said 'no' to austerity: Guardian.co.uk

Part II – Ireland's beauty hides a harsh colonial history: Washington Times

In 2012, big events will bring big crowds to Britain and Ireland: Chicago Tribune

Major events planned for Titanic centenary: Western People

Monastery is reunited with piece of Jesus's 'True Cross': Irish Independent

Winter Solstice at Slieve Gullion: Newry Times

Local group keen to restore Quiet Man cottage to its former glory: Galway Advertiser

The historic city of Armagh, Northern Ireland: Daily Telegraph

Wearing the Green, in More Ways Than One: New York Times

A day in the life as Lennon peers over Cliffs of Moher: Irish Examiner

35,000 order Titanic centre tickets: Belfast Telegraph

Lobster pot tag washes up across the Atlantic 2 decades after 'Perfect Storm': Quincy Patriot-Ledger

Online project launched to discover Plumbridge's history: BBC

New sculpture looks at 'plight of the Irish': Quad City Times

Talking up Irish design in the Windy City: The Irish Times

Photo collection reveals contrasting lives in Ireland's real Downton Abbeys: Irish Independent

Sculpture is 'new icon' for Belfast: Belfast Telegraph

Tullamore could see famous whiskey return: The Irish Times

Making tracks for Donegal, again and again: Irish Echo

Part I – Ireland's beauty hides a harsh history: Washington Times

Dublin becomes hub for major internet groups: Financial Times

Irish passengers will follow historic footsteps cruising from Cobh: Mirror.co.uk

Drogheda woman spots 'Jesus' in Cliffs of Moher: Drogheda Independent

Titanic Centenary Puts Belfast on Tourist Map: New York Times

Cross-Border strategy to stop wild boar being re-established: The Irish Times

P.E.I. goes to Ireland looking for workers: Summerside (PEI) Journal Pioneer

Guinness settles on St James's Gate: The Irish Times

Locals over the Moone as IT guy comes home to put Boyle on the comedy map: Irish Independent

Ruins of Mellifont Abbey features beautiful lavabo: Catholic.org

Public access to Titanic Drawing Office: UTV Internet

Clandeboye – The Irish mansion filled with a diplomat's memorabilia: Daily Telegraph

House Hunting in ... Ireland: New York Times

Developer's controversial Achill structure praised as 'genius': Irish Independent

Belfast in National Geographic top 10 destinations: BBC

Cliffs of Moher fail in 7 Wonders bid: Irish Independent

Drogheda woman spots 'Jesus' in Cliffs of Moher: Drogheda Independent

Anglo Avenger's Achill antics: Mayo News

Bridgestone author John McKenna forced to eat his words: Irish Examiner

Belfast in National Geographic top 10 destinations: BBC

'Little Museum of Dublin' has big ambitions: The Irish Times

A craicin' good time: San Luis Opsipo Tribune

Titanic's discoverer Robert Ballard returns to Belfast: BBC

NI increasingly attractive to tourists: UTV Internet

1,000 pubs forced to close in Republic of Ireland: Belfast Telegraph

In Ireland at Clonmacnoise Abbey: National Catholic Reporter

Irish eyes and a cowboy hat: Omaha World-Herald, July 5, 2011

Belfast on a Budget: Minneapolis Star Tribune

Mayor of small B.C. town aims for 45 years in office: Toronto Globe and Mail

Colony of stromatolites found in Giant's Causeway: BBC

Reconstructed footbridge spans dramatic sea gorge at Mizen Head: The Irish Times, August 6, 2011

Poor state of pier may sink Titanic plans: Irish Examiner

Northern Ireland a vital stop on Emerald Isle: Edmonton Journal

Ireland revisited: Jacksonville Journal Courier, July 13, 2011

Our own Downton Abbey: Irish Independent

Hope floats – race to secure future of traditional boat building: The Irish Times

Belfast braced for annual arts extravaganza: The Irish Times

Access all arias in Wexford, an eccentric, convivial, opera-loving Irish seaport: Daily Mail

The images tourist chiefs hope will put Northern Ireland on the world stage: Belfast Telegraph

Making a splash on the Shannon: Irish Examiner

Imagine... Lennon on Paddy's Clew Bay raft: Sunday Independent

Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge inked in for stamp collection: BBC

Last call in Norwood – Irish bar McDwyer's Pub only one left in Bronx neighborhood: New York Daily News

Exploring the wonders of Strangford: The News Letter

Horses outside – fixing the pony problem: The Irish Times

Limerick publican drinks to his success in Saskatchewan: The Irish Times, July 15, 2011

The New York expats – 'If there's an Ireland they'd go back to, it's not the Ireland of now': The Irish Times

US reality TV family explores Royal County during stay: Meath Chronicle

Remembering from Afar – 9/11 Memorials in Ireland: Irish America/IrishCentral.com

What Lasts? Reflections From Ireland: Huffington Post

Titanic showpiece to recreate liner's tale: Belfast Telegraph

'There used to be a sense of shame she had been built here – not now': The Irish Times, May 30, 2011

Salmon return to Tolka after century hiatus: RTE

My kind of town – Belfast: Guardian.co.uk

Discover the rugged beauty of West Ireland: Montreal Gazette, August 20, 2011

Marking out a new route: The Irish Times, December 11, 2010

Untroubled images from Ulster: Minneapolis Star Tribune

Will Kells reclaim its most famous book?: The Irish Times

Seven Wonders of Northern Ireland – Cathedral Quarter, Belfast: Belfast Telegraph

Dunluce Castle – A gem in Northern Ireland: Vancouver Sun

Rekindling links with Connemara: Stornaway Gazette

Trace Irish Famine population with new digital atlas: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, August 5, 2011

Financial Times gives big endorsement to Donegal: Donegal Democrat

Glens of Antrim beauty brought to book in tour guide: Belfast Telegraph, May 17, 2011

Launch your big day at a Titanic-themed venue: Irish Examiner

In Ireland, Ghosts of Towns That Never Were: New York Times

The Queen's visit to Cork's English Market: Daily Telegraph

Titanic launch marked 100 years on: Guardian.co.uk, May 31, 2011

Seaside Secrets – Dublin: Inside Ireland, June 25, 2011

Cobh bids to attract visitors for Titanic centenary: Irish Examiner, August 8, 2011

Ireland is the Second Most Popular Tourist Destination in the World: Epoch Times

Ireland – Go wild on an isle of your own: The Independent, June 11, 2011

Bond with the kids on a whole array of knuckle-whitening, action-filled short breaks in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph

Belfast Good Vibrations: Irish Examiner, August 1, 2011

Pilgrim numbers visiting island rise for third year: Irish Independent

Putting friendlier faces on Dublin's tourism: Boston Globe, July 2, 2011

No one ever asked us to go home: The Irish Times, August 8, 2011

Off-season puts Ireland on a different footing: Boston Globe, December 19, 2010

Thatcher's traditional craft lends Irish ambience to Denville bar: Newark Star-Ledger, July 17, 2011

Fertile Ground for Golf in Northern Ireland: New York Times

'Cry of curlew' now a lament as numbers fall: Sunday Independent, August 7, 2011

Thatcher's traditional craft lends Irish ambience to Denville bar: Newark Star-Ledger

The Record on the Road – Ireland: Bergen Record, June 12, 2011

A love affair with west Cork: Irish Examiner, July 4, 2011

New species of butterfly flying in Northern Ireland: The Guardian, July 14, 2011

This is no 'Oirish' theme park bubbling over with blarney -- 'Time Out' sees beyond Celtic utopia myth: Irish Independent, July 9, 2011

The Irish America Hall of Fame officially opens in Ireland: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, July 8, 2011

Cobh plans memorial garden to Titanic: Irish Examiner, June 13, 2011

Ireland – land of sheep, music and castles, castles, castles: The Irish Times, July 1, 2011

Historic estates detailed online: Irish Examiner, May 19, 2011

Removal of signs shows we are going wrong way: The Irish Times, June 21, 2011

Arthur Frommer – Go to Ireland this summer: Toronto Star, June 7, 2011

The Green Hills of the Catskills: Wall Street Journal, July 6, 2011

Dancers impress judge from Ireland: Kingston Whig-Standard, July 4, 2011

Footbridges provide vital access to Ireland's highest mountain: Irish Examiner, June 14, 2011

Cathal Dervan's must play Northern Ireland golf courses: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, June 30, 2011

Mysterious Mountains of Mourne: Inverness Courier, June 12, 2011

The Ponderosa: Daily Telegraph, June 15, 2011

Village no longer a speck on map after massive clean-up: Irish Independent, May 19, 2011

Irish visions – Art in castles and the sky: The Republic (Columbus, IN), June 28, 2011

Sea bed study to get to bottom of Ireland's former British link: The Irish Times, June 15, 2011

Spot the difference exactly 50 years on ...: Irish Independent, June 20, 2011

Moneygall to host inaugural festival: The Irish Times, June 25, 2011

From Belfast to Inwood – Jon Michaud and Northern Ireland: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, June 24, 2011

Dublin in the running to be World Design Capital for 2014: TheJournal.ie, June 14, 2011

Floating church for Belfast's Titanic Quarter: BBC, June 27, 2011

£100m iconic structure will be 'Belfast's Eiffel Tower': Belfast Telegraph, May 24, 2011

A city of Titanic appeal – Reclaiming the world's most famous ship in brilliant Belfast: Daily Mail, June 21, 2011

'Unholy' rock sent back to Blarney: The Irish Times, June 20, 2011

Funding blow for historic fire-hit cottage: The News Letter, June 14, 2011

Bruff residents proudly uphold Bloom traditions: Irish Independent, June 17, 2011

In praise of ... the Irish Writers' Centre: The Guardian, May 2, 2011

What NOT to do in Dublin: CNN.com, June 10, 2011

Big Titanic exhibit opening in Northern Ireland: Los Angeles Times, May 31, 2011

Country diary – Dalkey, Ireland: The Guardian, June 11, 2011

Northern Ireland – A still undiscovered golfing wonderland: PGATour.com, June 2, 2011

US Airways launches Charlotte route: Irish Echo, June 1, 2011

Waterford, Ireland – City Sparkles Like the Crystal: New York Times, March 1, 2011

View from Slieve Croob really is summit special: Belfast Telegraph, May 20, 2011

Northern Ireland's Magic: Epoch Times, March 31, 2011

Titanic Belfast building is just a shell, but already it's awesome: Belfast Telegraph, May 30, 2011

'Titanic' is a symbol of the future in the docks of Belfast: Independent on Sunday, May 29, 2011

No let-up of Obama fever in village: The Irish Times, May 25, 2011

Taxi Tours in Belfast: Time.com, May 26, 2011

Irish in Birmingham project gets under way: Irish Post, May 25, 2011

Sweet harmonies abound as Rock of Cashel visit proves another high note: The Irish Times, May 21, 2011

Belfast – The praising of the Titanic: The Independent, May 25, 2011

£100m Titanic Belfast building takes visitors on amazing voyage: Belfast Telegraph, May 24, 2011

Offaly village flies flag for the nation: The Irish Times, May 21, 2011

Moneygall makes merry as Obama visit nears---little town that could gets ready for big day: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, May 20, 2011

The Queen in Ireland – visit to end with ancient tourist attraction: Daily Telegraph, May 20, 2011

Queen visits horsebreeding centre on Ireland visit: BBC, May 19, 2011

Cork makeover for a fine English dining experience: Irish Examiner, May 17, 2011

Changing face of Dublin Castle: BBC, May 18, 2011

Ulster's own White House – with shades of Orange: The News Letter, May 17, 2011

Castles in the air: Irish Examiner, May 11, 2011

Magic in Ben Bulben's shadow: The Irish Times, May 4, 2011

Clonmacnoise in the spotlight in Germany: Offaly Express, March 4, 2011

A wee bit of Irish lore at Leprechaun Museum: Philadelphia Inquirer, May 8, 2011

Queen should put Ballymaloe on her itinerary, says Feltz: Irish Examiner, April 26, 2011

Ballyvaughan, County Clare – one of the loveliest villages in Ireland: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, May 2, 2011

Dance fest for Cliffs of Moher: Irish Examiner, April 30, 2011

Arizona ties strong at Shamrock, founded in the 1920s: Arizona Republic, May 5, 2011

Montreal's love of all things Irish: The Irish Times, April 25, 2011

Carrickmacross lace crowns the royal wedding gown: BBC, April 29, 2011

Cork City offers plenty of Irish character: San Francisco Chronicle, April 15, 2011

Kiss of death for Blarney Castle in Lonely Planet European survey: Irish Examiner, April 8, 2011

Game of Thrones – The Northern Ireland landmarks transformed by movie magic: Belfast Telegraph, April 20, 2011

Enjoying the craic in Cork: Daily Mirror, April 16, 2011

Area has much in common with Irish community: Plattsburgh Press-Republican, April 3, 2011

Southampton and Belfast's Titanic memorials take shape ahead of anniversary: Southern Daily Echo (Southampton), April 13, 2011

Village hit by Reagan zeal recalls 'massive success': Irish Independent, April 12, 2011

Irish spring beckons golf fans over the pond: Toronto Star, February 27, 2011

Rare chance to show Australia's Irish history to Ireland missed: Irish Echo (Australia)

Council wants Spike to become Alcatraz II: Irish Examiner, March 14, 2011

Medieval Stronghold Mirrors Ireland's Weakness at Bargain Price: Bloomberg.com, March 23, 2011

Ireland is a must-see destination: St. Louis Post Dispatch, December 17, 2010

Shinrone makes pitch for Obama to visit ancestors' burial place: The Irish Times, March 29, 2011

McCourt museum damaged in burglary: Irish Examiner, March 29, 2011

Glasnevin a dead cert for award: The Irish Times, March 14, 2011

Dublin lecturer captures Irish spirit of Butte: Irish Emigrant, March 21, 2011

Ireland clockwise – A 10-day road trip on the left side of the road: CNN, October 19, 2010

Iconic Dublin statues to relocate to temporary home: BBC, October 9, 2010

Canberra exhibition to reveal 'true' Irish Australian story: Irish Echo (Australia), March 9, 2011

'Moneygall will never be the same again': Irish Examiner, March 18, 2011

Walk of the Week – Is it a rope bridge too far at Carrick-a-Rede?: Belfast Telegraph, February 26, 2011

Northern Ireland, Where It's Easy Being Green: Huffington Post, February 23, 2011

The most Irish town in America?: The Irish Times, March 16, 2011

Hackettstown, N.J., declares 'sister city' relationship with Hacketstown, Ireland: Lehigh Valley Express-Times, March 14, 2011

Immigrants Replenish Irish Ambience of N.Y. Enclave: New York Times, March 11, 2011

Shanghai Irish head to the mall to mark St Patrick's Day: The Irish Times, March 14, 2011

Unruly, nationalistic, seafaring, vast County Cork: Boston Globe, March 13, 2011

Irish castles – derelict or just haunted: Carlow Nationalist, February 28, 2011

A barren landscape carved by time, tradition: Boston Globe, March 13, 2011

McCourt museum to feature on US TV: Irish Examiner, March 4, 2011

Dog and dolphin forge an unusual friendship in Ireland: LATimes.com, February 9, 2011

Rugged good looks on the Aran Islands: The Guardian, February 19, 2011

The Lakelands – The perfect mini-break hideaway that's a stone's throw from Dublin: Daily Mail, February 26, 2011

Down by the docks: The News Letter, February 18, 2011

Ireland named top destination for Chinese travellers: The Irish Times, January 8, 2011

Walk of the Week – Rise above it all with stunning Castle views: Belfast Telegraph, February 12, 2011

Connemara cottage at centre of US Senator corruption complaint: Galway Advertiser, January 8, 2011

Co Tipp hideaway of the late JP Getty fails to sell for €5m: Sunday Independent, February 13, 2011

Rare red grouse 'saved from extinction' in Glenwherry: BBC, February 1, 2011

Belfast – a city reborn: Liverpool Confidential, January 25, 2011

Irish city steeped in culture and history: Vancouver Sun, September 28, 2010

Emerald Isle is top choice for tourists: Irish Post, January 5, 2011

City strengthens ties to Ireland: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, January 22, 2011

Beach memories: Irish Echo, September 15, 2010

Going nuts for squirrels in the Glens of Antrim: BBC, January 12, 2011

Spotlight on trams – Dublin: Guardian.co.uk, September 7, 2010

A vacation spent learning falconry can be surprisingly thrilling: Regina Leader-Post, September 29, 2010

Council seeks Geopark status for The Burren: Clare People, December 9, 2010

Ronan Keating's Dublin: Daily Telegraph, December 7, 2010

Ireland has some of the best links in the world: PGATour.com, December 8, 2010

Mr Tayto theme park sounds very a-peeling: Belfast Telegraph, November 25, 2010

Irish pre-famine village wins international award: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, October 22, 2010

A solo hike through Wicklow Mountains, Ireland: San Francisco Chronicle, October 17, 2010

Five route options set for first phase of Ulster Canal: The Irish Times, August 26, 2010

Ireland aims to capitalise on wave power: Financial Times, , November 14, 2010

Knowth, County Meath, Ireland: San Diego Reader, November 4, 2010

Where have all the thatch houses gone?: Kilkenny People, October 22, 2010

Ireland 'formed from two islands': Belfast Telegraph, November 3, 2010

Paul McCartney and David Beckham invest in Ireland castle: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, November 2, 2010

Ireland – Beauty, beer and bitterness: Jerusalem Post, November 5, 2010

An Irishman's Diary [Gobbins cliffs walkway]: The Irish Times, October 30, 2010

Titanic no longer shameful subject in city of its birth: Sunday Independent, October 31, 2010

Lost in Ireland: New York Times, October 22, 2010

River deep, mountain high in the Sperrins: Belfast Telegraph, September 13, 2010

Dublin sculpture recalls famine's devastation: Seattle Times, September 11, 2010

Prince Albert of Monaco enjoys a quiet pint at Durty Nelly's with his future bride: Limerick Leader, September 24, 2010

Top attractions ruled out as heritage sites: Sunday Tribune, October 10, 2010

Dash for Dublin – Cheaper prices and less stag dos make the city a delight once again: Daily Mail, September 19, 2010

Belfast keeps it real: Toronto Star, October 1, 2010

Onward to Dublin: NationalPost.com, September 9, 2010

Now you can 'see through' city tourist attractions -- with your phone: Evening Herald, September 1, 2010

Belfast, the new destination for rock'n'roll holidaymakers: Belfast Telegraph, September 14, 2010

Links to the Emerald Isle: Chicago Sun Times, August 18, 2010

Selling the North as a profitable place for Indian investment: The Irish Times, August 18, 2010

Off Off Off Broadway? Try Dublin: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, September 4, 2010

Benefits to flow from new Ulster Canal plan: The Anglo-Celt, September 1, 2010

Anti-vandal devices to combat 'thugs' moving signage: Irish Examiner, July 23, 2010

Reliving our birth on trail of our dead: Irish Examiner, July 19, 2010

Is there an Irish New York Accent?: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, August 26, 2010

Tour reveals Dublin streets full of stone with tales to tell: The Irish Times, August 26, 2010

Irish Fest celebrates 30 years with tribute to N. Ireland: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, August 18, 2010

Visit to Ireland Cements Relationship: Southern Pines Pilot, August 28, 2010

Getting stuck in to Spike Island: The Irish Times, August 17, 2010

Aran Islands – the soothing spirit of J M Synge: Daily Telegraph, August 24, 2010

Donated ancestral home left derelict by State: Irish Independent, August 12, 2010

Real map of Ireland trawls up our true coastal territory: Irish Examiner, August 20, 2010

Discovering an Irish belter in County Clare on a road trip across the Emerald Isle: Daily Mail, August 15, 2010

Ireland in five pints: Edmonton Journal, August 13, 2010

Budget rental currency charge caught me out: Guardian.co.uk, August 13, 2010

Locals dig deep to identify neighbours in racy novel: Irish Independent, August 16, 2010

Wish you were here: Sunday Tribune, June 15, 2009

Gaol Tourism: (from Fortnight Magazine, July/August 2010)

Guinness grave now a Mecca for Arthur fans: Sunday Independent, August 15, 2010

Traveller's Guide – Irish lakes: The Independent, August 2, 2010

Special milestone for underground caves: BBC, May 28, 2010

Breathing life back into a great estate: The Irish Times, July 17, 2010

Pub crawling in Ireland: Toronto Globe and Mail, July 23, 2010

Stone me! Canadian's bad luck shows myth not a load of Blarney: Irish Examiner, July 29, 2010

House Hunting in ... Ireland: New York Times, August 3, 2010

Beauty amid the ruins: Boston Globe, July 25, 2010

History echoes through castle ruins: Chicago Tribune, August 3, 2010

Belfast bombarded by 'graffiti knitters': Belfast Telegraph, July 20, 2010

Wogan's World – The craic is mighty in Portmagee: Sunday Telegraph, July 18, 2010

Hit US TV show rides into Belfast for filming: BBC, July 8, 2010

Binevenagh – It's one of Ulster's least-known scenic jewels, but all that could soon change: Belfast Telegraph, June 25, 2010

Python's Michael Palin falls for magical Northern Ireland rail journey: Belfast Telegraph, July 9, 2010

Ireland needs to work harder on attracting tourists as numbers plunge by nearly 1 million visitors: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, February 25, 2010

Ireland's welcome among best on Planet: Irish Independent, March 4, 2010

Spike Island to 'cell' itself as mirror of Alcatraz: Sunday Independent, July 11, 2010

Peace, reconciliation and tourism in Belfast: San Francisco Chronicle, July 4, 2010

US families sue over Skellig deaths: Irish Independent, July 8, 2010

A journey back to Ireland is in good company: Chicago Tribune, June 26, 2010

Valuing our heritage: The Irish Times, April 19, 2010 (Editorial)

I'm Irish but call Britain home: Irish Post, June 23, 2010

Protected – the ancient coral-like seaweed off Northern Ireland's coast: Belfast Telegraph, March 3, 2010

Musical Irish soul on tap at almost any pub: Chicago Tribune, June 29, 2010

Titanic Quarter gets ready to wow Wall Street's finest: Belfast Telegraph, June 28, 2010

It's sign of Portrush's pride in US Open champ McDowell: Belfast Telegraph, June 26, 2010

Former prison to unlock its doors to tourists: Irish Examiner, June 18, 2010

Heaven? An hour reading on a Connemara beach . . .: Irish Independent, June 26, 2010

Climate change makes Ireland greener: The Sunday Times, June 13, 2010

Walk the walk (Mountains of Mourne): The Irish Times, June 19, 2010

Walk the line – Ireland's legendary border country: The Guardian, June 12, 2010

Ireland to open its very own Alcatraz: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, June 19, 2010

Romance in Ireland's wild west: The Times, January 15, 2010

An easy ride around the Emerald Isle: Edmonton Journal, June 12, 2010

House Hunting in ... Belfast, Northern Ireland: New York Times, June 16, 2010

Belfast loses replica Titanic anchor bid to Dudley: BBC, June 11, 2010

Ireland's ambassador to U.S. lauds UM's unique Irish studies program: The Missoulian, June 11, 2010

Aussie duo go in search of Carlingford's little people: Newry Democrat, June 8, 2010

£50 Titanic charge – why it's needed: Belfast Telegraph, March 27, 2010

Discount vacation in Ireland for Americans with Irish roots: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, May 19, 2010

Ulster Museum is 'best permanent exhibition' in UK: Belfast Telegraph, May 17, 2010

Pack up your troubles and head for the hills: The Independent, May 11, 2010

'The Irish are returning home – to Islington': Islington Tribune, May 28, 2010

See Ireland through authors' eyes: Ottawa Citizen, May 29, 2010

New map shows Dublin's hidden gems: Belfast Telegraph, May 28, 2010

Vikings invade for the return of Dublinia: Irish Independent, May 13, 2010

There's morer than good times and Guinness in Dublin: Houston Chronicle, December 9, 2009

Ireland to launch tsunami alarm: The Sunday Times, May 16, 2010

25 years on, caves still a cultural mecca for tourists and students: Impartial Reporter, May 13, 2010

Irish spas – 'I found my Himalayan Nirvana, in the middle of Dublin': Daily Mail, May 19, 2010

Ireland's 'amazing' Expo pavilion likely to attract millions of visitors: The Irish Times, May 13, 2010

Whimsical, musical Galway an Irish treasure: Toronto Star, May 14, 2010

'I like the toilets in the National Library': The Irish Times, May 12, 2010

Looking down on Belfast in comfort: BBC, March 27, 2009

My perfect outcome is Derry as city of culture, says Undertone Michael Bradley: Belfast Telegraph, May 7, 2010

Ireland calling: Attleboro Sun Chronicle, March 14, 2010

'Lord of the Rings' inspired by Ireland's rugged landscape: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, May 10, 2010

Getting touchy-feely with early Dublin: The Irish Times, May 8, 2010

Irish famine museum tells the story of a 19th-century disaster: NorthJersey.com, May 9, 2010

Rattled, never shaken – Belfast's Europa Hotel stands as a proud survivor of troubled times: Ottawa Citizen, April 3, 2010

Economy is set to receive Titanic boost: The News Letter, April 15, 2010 (Editorial)

A Grand Day Out – The Giant's Causeway, County Antrim: Daily Mail, April 27, 2010

Museum brings cemetery to life: Dublin People, April 19, 2010

Titanic achievement for city's maritime history: The News Letter, April 15, 2010

Sale across the sea to find a new landlord for Rathlin: Belfast Telegraph, April 24, 2010

Limerick in hot pursuit of Boston marathon: Irish Examiner, April 23, 2010

Irish cycle route 'vision of the future': Belfast Telegraph, April 16, 2010

Bronze bust of McCourt for city: Irish Examiner, April 22, 2010

Titanic turnaround in Belfast: Toronto Star, April 15, 2010

Canada not ready for the roundabouts of Ireland: Vancouver Sun, April 16, 2010

On foot, Ireland makes it to your heart: Toronto Star, April 2, 2010

Language and music thrive in Belfast: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, April 9, 2010

A 'new' Titanic nine-course menu from 1912: The Independent, April 13, 2010

Belfast's plans for Titanic memorial project are just the tip of the iceberg: Irish Independent, April 15, 2010

Where the great and the good rest: Belfast Media, March 22, 2010

Ferguson slogs through bogs in search of Ulster roots: Edmonton Journal, April 4, 2010

Spending national service in Ireland's lake district: Daily Mail, March 1, 2009

Ireland's damp, cold coast perfect for surfing: Cape Cod Times, March 16, 2010

Will Titanic legacy sink without trace?: Belfast Telegraph, March 27, 2010 (Editorial)

Historic museum brings the 'City of the Dead' to life: Irish Independent, April 9, 2010

A little corner of Irish society: The Irish Times, April 11, 2009

He's unstoppable!: Londonderry Sentinel

Turning torture into tourism in heart of Derry city centre: Derry Journal, April 1, 2010

Post-Cullen Abbey move on GPO should be scrapped: The Irish Times, March 11, 2010

Ireland's "invaders" come for peacefulness: Toronto Sun, March 31, 2010

Troubles told through posters: Carrick Times, March 18, 2010

Ireland's Aran Islands – Wild beauty and J.M. Synge: Cape Cod Times, March 15, 2010

Ghostly visions amid lush Irish haunts: New York Post, March 26 2010

Rathmullan House gets into US food bible: Donegal on Sunday, March 21, 2010

First part of 38km Dublin mountain trail opens: The Irish Times, June 20, 2009

Libeskind theatre has put us on world stage: Irish Independent, March 25, 2010

'Belfast Wheel set to close': The News Letter, March 23, 2010

It's no cushy number to climb Glens of Antrim: Belfast Telegraph, March 22, 2010

One Giant step for Northern Ireland tourism as Causeway work begins: Belfast Telegraph, March 23, 2010

Derry to be different: Winnipeg Free Press, March 19, 2010

Rugged, rural Ireland inspires colony's artists: Boston Globe, March 14, 2010

Belfast park charges for Titanic dry dock visit: BBC, March 12, 2010

Oldest Irish pub in America becomes newest: BaltimoreSun.com, March 17, 2010

Don't follow the rainbow to Dublin's Leprechaun Museum: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, March 16, 2010

Anglers, hikers and history buffs find much to celebrate in Ireland's County Cork: New York Daily News, March 14, 2010

Pride of the Irish: Boston Globe, March 14, 2010

Ireland's best (and best-kept secrets): USA Today, March 11, 2010

Exploring Ulster: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, March 12, 2010

Ireland's Newest Museum: Leprechauns: Time.com, March 11, 2010

Irish roots run deep in Morris: Morristown Daily Record, March 10, 2010

Bundoran to become national centre of excellence for surfing: Donegal Democrat, March 4, 2010

How the Emerald Isle has added polish: San Francisco Chronicle, March 7, 2010

Every day is like St. Paddy's day: Vancouver Sun, February 19, 2010

Jim and Tim's Irish Buffalo: Buffalo News, February 16, 2010

Giant's Causeway is Ireland's oldest 'rock star': BBC, January 23, 2010

Church without walls takes shape in the Titanic's dock: The Times, February 13, 2010

Mystery of St Patrick: Sydney Morning Herald, February 6, 2010

'Mystery of the Irish Wilderness': The Catholic Key, February 5, 2010

Incredible Ireland – Driving the Ring of Kerry on an adventure around the Emerald Isle: Daily Mail, February 7, 2010

Chasing rainbows through an Irish winter: Cape Cod Times, January 31, 2010

Cork City – My Kind of Town: Daily Telegraph, January 27, 2010

The city that has something for everybody: Plymouth Herald, January 3, 2010

Belfast goes back in time for new U2 movie: BBC, January 24, 2010

A hard road to bowl: Toronto Star, January 23, 2010

How others see us – Take a hard look at who we are now: Irish Examiner, January 21, 2010 (Editorial)

U2 can bunk at the Bono hotel: Boston Globe, January 8, 2010

Rockin' Dublin town: Toronto Star, January 12, 2009

Bushmills Inn, County Antrim – Hotel review: The Guardian, January 2, 2010

Icy conditions lead to closure of Giant's Causeway: BBC, January 4, 2010

24 hours in Belfast: Sydney Morning Herald, December 12, 2009

An Irishman's Diary – St Mel's cathedral, Longford: The Irish Times, January 4, 2010

Mighty space for a small Irish town: Financial Times, December 30, 2009

A corner of Brazil the Celtic tiger built: The Sunday Times, December 27, 2009

Ireland – lose yourself in the wilds of Mayo: Daily Telegraph

The best Irish golf on offer: Northern Echo, December 23, 2009

10-day fest to replace Irish parade: Chicago Sun Times, December 22, 2009

The Times Christmas Walks – Slemish, Co Antrim: The Times, December 19, 2009

The Importance of Elsewhere: Belfast Telegraph, December 11, 2009

An iconic new string to laureate Beckett's bow: Irish Independent, December 12, 2009

Ambassador Rooney's presence raises hopes rise of Obama visit: Offaly Express, December 15, 2009

Former school to become Irish Heritage Center: Cincinnati.com, December 7, 2009

Is Santa buried in this Irish grave?: Daily Mirror, December 14, 2009

Experts find the home of president's ancestor: Irish Independent, December 12, 2009

Exploring Southern Ireland – A night-time kayak safari through Cork: Daily Mail

Glencar Lake, Ireland: San Diego Reader, December 5, 2009

"Wired" Irish River Detects Pollution in Real Time: National Geographic, December 6, 2009

Ireland to honor Kennedy at homestead: Boston Globe, December 10, 2009

A field day for Seamus Heaney fanatics: The Observer, December 6, 2009

Simply Red stars in row over Ireland hunting rights: BBC, December 3, 2009

Walk this way: Sunday Business Post, June 21, 2009

We love Ireland, but we're not coming back: Irish Independent, July 11, 2009

The coaster – The James Joyce Martello Tower, near Dublin: The Times, March 7, 2009

Ireland, past and present side by side: Jakarta Post, November 23, 2009

Relive Baltimore immigrant life: Irish Echo, October 21, 2009

Ireland, from glen to glen and down the mountainside: Washington Post, November 29, 2009

Site of Heaney's former home still lies vacant: The News Letter, November 20, 2009

What is the secret of Cork's tourism success?: The Sunday Times, November 8, 2009

On Irish coast, farmers and fishermen managing to keep Big Oil at bay, for now: Washington Post, November 17, 2009

Clare lake shows ice age came quickly: The Sunday Times, November 15, 2009

Bill Barich's A Pint of Plain

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Changing Smithfield Still Holds On to Dublin-Style Fun: New York Times, April 26, 2009

Slane Castle – Rock Stars and Romance: HuffingtonPost.com, November 10, 2009

Irish 'shark hunters' gather in Donegal: Donegal on Sunday, November 8, 2009

The Belfast Music Tour stars legendary rock venues from Troubles and beyond: Daily Mail, November 1, 2009

It's an oyster-shucking throwdown at the annual Galway International Oyster Festival: Los Angeles Times, October 14, 2009

Life of Irish literary giant to be celebrated in Strabane birthplace: Irish News, November 2, 2009

Cork enters 'Lonely Planet' guide as top 10 place to visit: The Irish Times, November 3, 2009

Opportunity Knocks . . .: Irish Independent, October 31, 2009

Pity there is no State cash left to buy majestic estate: The Irish Times, June 12, 2009

Titanic artwork unveiled in Belfast: Belfast Telegraph, October 30, 2009

Northern Ireland's new walking route: The Observer, October 18, 2009

Belfast's mix of scruffy old and striving new: The Irish Times, October 15, 2009

Ulster Museum to reopen after £17m revamp: The Irish Times, October 21, 2009

Following in Parnell's footsteps: The Irish Times, May 16, 2009

Plan to protect Rathlin way of life: Belfast Telegraph, June 10, 2009

Ireland, where church, bar have much in common: San Francisco Chronicle, October 18, 2009

Breaking down cultural barriers for the price of a tin of beans: Belfast Telegraph, October 15, 2009

Northern Ireland – In the Armada's wake: The Independent, October 17, 2009

Times Walks – Maulin Mountain, Co Wicklow: The Times, October 17, 2009

In Europe, Nurturing a New Kind of Eden: New York Times, October 10, 2009

Through chapter and verse to the next pint: Boston Globe, August 30, 2009

Iconic marriage of Yeats and Pearse in Abbey GPO: The Irish Times

No comment from Bishop on Kerrytown apparitions: Derry Journal, October 6, 2009

Irish farming in 3000 BC: Vancouver Courier, October 9, 2009

The Dublin theatre festival is everything that Edinburgh isn't: Guardian.co.uk (Oct 8)

The great British weekend – Bushmills, Co Antrim: The Times, June 27, 2009

Wild west to come to Ulster park: The Irish Times, July 29, 2009

Centre to celebrate Ulster-Scots: BBC, May 28, 2009

Inis Meáin's place apart: The Irish Times, October 3, 2009

Burren's 'mini-dolmen' trend criticised: The Irish Times, October 1, 2009

Famine ship to lie idle until 2010: Irish Independent, July 8, 2009

Dublin – Why the Irish city reigns supreme as capital of the word: Daily Mail, September 24, 2009

Developers urged to recreate Titanic rooms: UTV Internet, September 9, 2009

Edinburgh is friendlier than Glasgow … but Dublin beats them both: The Scotsman, September 19, 2009

Get your boots on, the Ulster Way is back on the map: Belfast Telegraph, September 16, 2009

The great British weekend – The Mourne Mountains: The Times

Now it's official – soggy summer is wettest since records began: Irish Independent, September 1, 2009

Cavan has biggest full Irish: The Anglo-Celt, September 2, 2009

The ring less worn: Boston Globe, August 16, 2009

Astronomers investigate fireball reports: Irish News, September 8, 2009

Irish place names 'make no sense': The Sunday Times, August 9, 2009

Titanic-themed hotel to be built at Belfast shipyard: Daily Telegraph, September 7, 2009

Belfast's cultural centre: Guardian.co.uk, August 23, 2009

Tour aims to turn forgotten old site into giant attraction: Irish News, September 3, 2009

Canoeing Northern Ireland's rivers: The Sunday Times, September 6, 2009

Titanic's sister ship Nomadic 'left to rot': Belfast Telegraph, September 5, 2009

50,000 fewer Irish visit US in difficult year: The Irish Times, August 22, 2009

Farmers need 'prayers for fine weather': RTE, September 3, 2009

Visitors staying away as Irish holiday at home: Irish Independent, September 4, 2009

An Irishman's Diary — Dublin for tourists: The Irish Times, September 3, 2009

Carrigallen's New Orleans connection promoted on American radio: Leitrim Observer, September 2, 2009

A walk through Derry's past: Guardian.co.uk, August 23, 2009

Ireland's real character: Guardian.co.uk, August 23, 2009

Travelogue – Black Taxi Tour of Belfast: SFGate.com, August 25, 2009

Full steam ahead for Titanic's 'little sister' Nomadic: Belfast Telegraph, August 20, 2009

Call it the luck of the Irish: WAtoday.com.au, August 14, 2009

96 Hours in Ireland: TimesUnion.com, August 13, 2009

North has very few places worth making a detour for: Irish News, August 14, 2009

The Wicklow Way: Minneapolis Star Tribune, June 28, 2009

Tall Ships put a fair wind in our sails: Belfast Telegraph, August 8, 2009 (Editorial)

Up the holy mountain: The Guardian, July 31, 2009

Cliffs of Moher's inclusion is a wonder: The Sunday Times, July 26, 2009

Drinkless in Ireland – Pubs but No Pints: New York Times, August 2, 2009

New Shannon stopover to prevent terrorism: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, July 16, 2009

Calls for Spike Island famine memorial: Irish News, July 29, 2009

St Patrick's Purgatory has increase in pilgrims as economy collapses: The Times, July 28, 2009

Locals fear impact of Clonmacnoise heritage status: The Irish Times, July 29, 2009

Au coeur du Québec, the soul of the Celts: Montreal Gazette, July 20, 2009

Derry, Northern Ireland, is scenic even in winter: Charleston Sunday Gazette-Mail, July 12, 2009

There's more to Galway's food than oysters and a pint of stout: Independent on Sunday, April 26, 2009

Cliffs of Moher make 'Wonders' shortlist: The Irish Times, July 22, 2009

Marie O'Riordan – fly fishing's most unlikely recruit: The Times, June 6, 2009

Bandit country: The Sunday Times, July 5, 2009

Victory is sweet as Martello tower yields its hidden gems: The Sunday Times, July 5, 2009

The adventure of Irish pilgrimage: Exeter Express & Echo, May 23, 2009

A tour of Eileen Gray's hideaway: The Irish Times, June 6, 2009

Find Authentic Ireland in Galway City: Washington Post, June 28, 2009

36 Hours in Cork, Ireland: New York Times, June 28, 2009

Ireland – Where the turf meets the surf: Daily Telegraph, June 23, 2009

Nomadic project 'not dead in water': The News Letter, June 25, 2009

Belfast must reclaim Titanic's legacy: Belfast Telegraph, April 18, 2009 (Editorial)

Ireland's old railways to become cycle routes: The Sunday Times, June 28, 2009

Getting a bird's eye view of the rocky Rathlin Island: Belfast Media, June 18, 2009

As The Man Says – Translations: Ulster Herald, June 25, 2009

Newcastle is named best kept town: The Irish Times, June 23, 2009

'Nomadic may not be ready for 2011': The News Letter, June 25, 2009

Golf resort has got the new Northern Ireland down to a tee: Belfast Telegraph, June 23, 2009

Lough Gur bid for World Heritage status: Irish Examiner, June 8, 2009

Bushmills, Northern Ireland – The stomachs are smiling, too: National Post, May 29, 2009

Tom Coyne's A Course Called Ireland: A Long Walk in Search of a Country, a Pint, and the Next Tee

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  • Going green – 'A Course Called Ireland': Austen American-Statesman, March 17, 2009
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    City to twin with Boston?: Londonderry Sentinel, May 27, 2009

    The Center for Irish Studies – A shining star in the heart of Houston: Irish Echo, May 20, 2009

    Heron's Cove – The place to stay in West Cork County Ireland: Examiner.com

    Times Walks – Crockmore, Crockbrack and Craigbane, Northern Ireland: The Times, April 25, 2009

    Amy Lame on the trail of Galway Bay oysters: The Times, May 9, 2009

    The Grass is Always Greener in Ireland: San Francisco Examiner, May 7, 2009Part Two

    Part of burgeoning tourism: Boston Globe, April 12, 2009

    So close, so far on the wild Wicklow Way: The Guardian, May 9, 2009

    An Irishman's Diary — Yeats' grave: The Irish Times, January 28, 2009

    Poetry fans tread softly on trail of Yeats's most beloved haunts: Irish Independent, January 29, 2009

    World champion takes 26m somersault dive off Inis Mór: The Irish Times, April 28, 2009

    It's Easy to Get a Read on Dublin: Washington Post, April 19, 2009

    Moneygall, Ireland – A village of Obama family-tree huggers: Los Angeles Times, March 13, 2009

    Times Walks – Slieve Binnian, Mourne Mountains, Northern Ireland: The Times, April 18, 2009

    Northen Ireland's mystic mountain: The Guardian, April 4, 2009

    The Fading of the Green : New York Times, April 10, 2009

    An Irish Studies student's adventures in An Ghaeltacht: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

    Where Irish traditions are alive and kicking: The Guardian, March 21, 2009

    Ireland's Aran Islands – Wild beauty and J.M. Synge: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Mar 24)

    West Belfast tourism shaken and stirred: Irish News, April 4, 2009

    The Decline of the Dublin Pub: The Spectator, March 11, 2009

    Ireland's posh capital, countryside offer luxury: Boston Herald, March 12, 2009

    In Dublin, an Ambassador's Mansion Gets a Makeover: New York Times, March 11, 2009

    Cork, Ireland – My kind of town: Daily Telegraph, March 7, 2009

    Isle of intrigue – Inis Mor residents work to maintain Gaelic traditions: Boston Herald, March 12, 2009

    All the bars are deserted... and I'm in Ireland, for goodness sake: Daily Telegraph, February 27, 2009

    Giant's Causeway centre gets go-ahead: Irish Times, January 28, 2009

    Ireland's grand tradition of cow-pies and culture: Weekend Post, November 10, 2008

    Sip your way along Ireland's Whiskey Trail: Ottawa Citizen, November 18, 2008

    The Smart Shoppers Guide to Ireland by Patricia Preston: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, February 25, 2009

    Belfast's musical heritage to give tourism a boost: Ulster News Letter, January 22, 2009

    Bunatrahir Bay, County Mayo: The Observer, February 1, 2009

    Major plan to develop west Belfast 'is no pipe dream': Irish Times, December 31, 2008

    Northern Exposure: Daytona Beach News-Journal, January 25, 2009

    It's got fancy flats, a hotel. Even a bank. But can the Titanic Quarter stay afloat?: The Guardian, January 26, 2009

    Emerald mild: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, December 26, 2008

    Cliffs chosen as Ireland's wonder: Irish Times, January 8, 2009

    Last call for Irish corncrakes: The Sunday Times, December 7, 2008

    Country diary—The Burren, Ireland: The Guardian, January 8, 2009

    The Emerald Isle welcomes travellers: Moncton Times & Transcript, November 29, 2008

    Plans to put east Belfast on the map: BBC, November 27, 2008

    A semester in Ireland: Boston Globe, December 28, 2008

    Grand noshing in Galway City: Boston Globe, December 21, 2008

    Dublin—My kind of town: Daily Telegraph, November 27, 2008

    Think tank—Irish thatch draws the short straw: The Sunday Times, November 23, 2008

    Stones of Aran: The Guardian, November 29, 2008
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    In Ireland, a lush garden grows from medieval days: San Francisco Chronicle, November 15, 2008

    Traditional green and quaint Ireland still exists, but it'll cost you: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, November 30, 2008

    A 50-Year Battle to Save Old Ireland: New York Times, November 26, 2008

    Forget the tour – do Ireland your way: Sydney Morning Herald, November 27, 2008

    In Ireland, a lush garden grows from medieval days: San Francisco Chronicle, November 15, 2008

    Walls that talk: Sydney Morning Herald, October 26, 2008

    Wexford winner: The Spectator, October 22, 2008

    The Greatest Irish Books: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com, September 19, 2008

    Isle of Dreams: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com, October 15, 2008

    A Little Bit of Heaven: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com, October 10, 2008

    Fighting the bulldozer: The Spectator, August 20, 2008

    Ireland—A place of natural beauty: Economic Times (India), October 2, 2008

    New website for Irish place names: RTE, October 2, 2008

    Guide to County Louth in Ireland: American Chronicle, September 10, 2008

    Beach threat to bay Joyce made famous: The Observer, September 13, 2008

    Just Ireland: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, August 31, 2008

    DIY Ireland—It's Doable: Washington Post, September 21, 2008

    Honoring history: Chicago Sun Times, August 10, 2008

    The Burren, County Clare—Walk of the month: Daily Telegraph, July 30, 2008

    Dublin stadium echoes with tears and cheers: Boston Globe, August 31, 2008

    Flat Lake Literary & Arts Festival, Clones, Co. Monaghan, Ireland: The Independent, August 29, 2008

    Why our city’s secret rivers should be on tourist trail: Belfast Telegraph, August 25, 2008

    36 Hours in Dublin: New York Times, July 13, 2008

    Troubled waters of an Irish river: North Shore News, August 14, 2008

    Sure, the spa is small, but this place has a falconry: Ottawa Citizen, July 12, 2008

    Irish tradition: Rock Hill (SC) Herald, June 22, 2008

    Diamonds find for firm just one week after striking gold: Glasgow Herald, July 9, 2008

    What connects Ulster and New Brunswick?: Londonderry Sentinel, July 2, 2008

    Vast reserves of gold discovered in Irish hills: The Guardian, July 2, 2008

    Dublin hotel offers a room with a past: Boston Globe, June 29, 2008

    Antrim wonder in Euro top 10: UTV, June 22, 2008

    Are You Ready for Some Gaelic Football?: New York Times, June 22, 2008

    Connemara at a canter: June 21, 2008

    Ireland—how an ageing Celtic Tiger has bitten into those juicy salmon: The Times, April 12, 2008

    Columba heritage trail to develop Gaelic links: Irish News, June 14, 2008

    Pullout from St James's Gate only abandoned after outcry: Sunday Independent, May 11, 2008

    In Affluent New Ireland, Rural Pubs Are So Yesterday: Washington Post, April 25, 2008

    Dublin city guide: introduction and basics: Daily Telegraph, April 30, 2008

    Run your way around Ireland: Calgary Herald, May 17, 2008

    Does the 'Real' Ireland Still Exist?: New York Times, May 18, 2008

    Let the battle commence!: Ulster News Letter, April 18, 2008

    Ireland's Dingle Peninsula—How Fetching: Washington Post, May 11, 2008

    Irish leader gives $2 million to JFK Library in Boston: Hartford Courant, May 2, 2008

    Discover Ireland's Wonderful West: PGATour.com, April 29, 2008

    Go slow in Ireland: The Guardian, April 1, 2008

    Which Is the Fairest, for a Pint and Shepherd's Pie?: New York Times, March 16, 2008

    N. Ireland courses are beauties and beasts: Toronto Star, March 24, 2008

    Louisville tastes victory in twin search: BBC, April 15, 2008

    Road trip through Ireland easy on the wallet: Los Angeles Times, March 14, 2008

    Notes from a Craggy Island—The Father Ted Festival: The Independent, March 4, 2008

    On Frigid Celtic Waves, Surfers Where You’d Least Expect Them: New York Times, March 27, 2008

    Be it ever so humble, there's no place like our lough: Belfast Telegraph, March 3, 2008

    A climbing quest and sightseeing on the Emerald Isle: CNN, March 6, 2008

    Sperrin Hills—walk of the month: Daily Telegraph, January 26, 2008

    Conquered by St. Patrick's Mountain: Christian Science Monitor, March 17, 2008

    Ireland's West Coast: Springfield Republican, March 16, 2008

    It's plus ça change for Belfast and Barack as attempts at rebranding appear doomed to sink like the Titanic: Sunday Business Post, February 3, 2008

    A most 'compelling' place to visit: Irelandclick.com, January 25, 2008

    Northern Ireland emerges as a tourist hot spot: New York Daily News, March 9, 2008

    The Winding Stair, 40 Lower Ormond Quay, Dublin: The Independent, January 20, 2008

    Ireland in winter—mist, myth and magic: Daily Telegraph, February 9, 2008

    Doubts over Blarney Stone talked down: Daily Telegraph, February 21, 2008

    Donald Trump eyes £8m derelict country house: Daily Telegraph, February 18, 2008

    Surf's up—if you can endure the wind chill: The Guardian, February 16, 2008

    Tourist 'may now avoid Belfast': BBC, February 11, 2008

    Group seeks to expand, fix up Irish heritage sites: Boston Herald, February 7, 2008

    Tribute to United Irishmen marks bar's rich history: Irelandclick.com, October 23, 2007

    A model of restoration: New Statesman, January 10, 2008

    How a £3bn tunnel is all that's needed to get from Cork to South: The Herald, December 8, 2007

    The Crown Liquor Saloon: a Belfast institution: The Independent, December 3, 2007

    Geopark plan would span border: BBC, December 31, 2007

    Wonder of ancient wood must not be allowed to be destroyed: Belfast Telegraph, November 29, 2007

    Rick Steves' Europe—Ring of Kerry, Ireland, where fish once walked: San Francisco Chronicle, November 4, 2007

    Big Easy blues echo through history: The Guardian, November 28, 2007

    Ireland flights to and from Rockford could start in June: Rockford Register Star, December 21, 2007

    Old Ireland lives on in an Ardmore village custom: The Spectator, December 12, 2007

    Step Back in Time at Castle Leslie: Time, December 20, 2007

    Neighbourhood watch—Belfast, Ireland: The Independent, November 14, 2007

    Ireland's Donegal Bay is a 'must surf' spot: Pittsburgh Post Gazette, November 2, 2007

    Ireland's sexiest hotels: The Observer, October 28, 2007

    In Ireland, a tip of land looms large in human communication: Seattle Times, November 2, 2007

    Aer Lingus starts nonstop service SFO-Dublin on Monday: October 26, 2007

    Travel—The Derry Best: Glasgow Record, October 27, 2007

    The Yanks are coming: Belfast Telegraph, October 25, 2007

    Northern Ireland's hot rocks offer energy hope: The Times, October 25, 2007

    Ireland By The Pint: Hartford Courant, October 21, 2007

    Welcome to Ulster's gold coast, where wealthy locals may strike it even richer: The Guardian, October 18, 2007

    Belfast is a city on the rise: Brisbane Times, November 5, 2007

    For the Return Trip, a Dose of Irish Heritage: New York Times, October 21, 2007

    Mix and match: The Australian, November 3, 2007

    Is Ireland the world's friendliest place?: The Guardian, October 17, 2007

    Dublin 2.0—Modern Irish capital still harbors traces of colorful past: San Francisco Chronicle, October 27, 2007

    As property values soar, Ireland's generation divide on returns: Christian Science Monitor, October 17, 2007

    Focus on... Belfast: The Times, October 5, 2007

    Tell me about the Aran Islands: The Times, September 28, 2007

    Irish eyes smiling on Dublin's theater lovers: San Francisco Chronicle, September 19, 2007

    No more Troubles: Metro NY, September 12, 2007

    Celebrating Ireland's influence in Liverpool: Irish Post, September 12, 2007

    Posters entice French to NI shores: BBC, September 13, 2007

    Quiet Man is just too quiet: Sunday Independent, September 2, 2007

    Dublin's Theater Fest—Irish Angst, at the Source: Washington Post, August 25, 2007

    Irish eye up a 21-mile bridge ... to Scotland: The Scotsman, August 23, 2007

    Giant's Causeway replica in Dubai: Ballymoney Times, August 1, 2007

    The Complete Guide To—The east coast of Ireland: The Independent, July 7, 2007

    Portmarnock—Ireland's ultimate links test: PGAtour.com, July 3, 2007

    Giant's Causeway replica in Dubai: Ballymoney Times, August 1, 2007

    Pack up your Troubles: Sydney Morning Herald, July 29, 2007

    To the manor born: The Spectator, July 14, 2007

    Serene greenery in Galway: New York Daily News, July 1, 2007

    Stark beauty of the Burren threatened by tourism: The Independent, July 13, 2007

    Ireland comes to a city near you this summer: USA Today, July 5, 2007

    Last orders for Guinness time at St James's Gate: Sunday Independent, June 17, 2007

    Fast-track around the Emerald Isle: Stuff.co.zn, June 19, 2007

    Writing's on the wall for Joyce landmark: The Times, June 16, 2007

    Irish famine memorial park offers direction for waterfront: Toronto Star, June 22, 2007

    Sea eagle returns to a wary Ireland: The Independent, June 20, 2007

    The Lack of the Irish: Boston Globe, June 3, 2007

    The mystery of Inis Meáin: The Guardian, May 12, 2007

    National Trust urged to rescue pub that made rock history: The Observer, June 3, 2007

    The Big Apple opens its doors to Ireland West: Galway Independent, May 23, 2007

    Northern Ireland—housing hotspot: The Guardian, May 16, 2007

    Driving in Ireland a bit scary: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, May 20, 2007

    Emerald Isle offers stunning collection of greens: Baltimore Sun, May 20, 2007

    Stepping lightly in Ireland: Los Angeles Times, May 11, 2007

    Ulster's Gold Rush: The Independent, May 7, 2007

    Live in a castle—or a convent—Clare Island, Ireland: CNN, May 11, 2007

    Why finding a dream getaway in Cork should be plain sailing: The Independent, May 2, 2007

    Galway visitors troubled by contaminated water: Buffalo News, May 6, 2007

    On the links in Ireland: New York Newsday, April 27, 2007

    Town seeking its 'ancient harlot': BBC, April 16, 2007

    Staging a turnaround in Dublin: Boston Globe, April 15, 2007

    JFK Irish exhibition a hit in US: Irish Independent, April 2, 2007

    36 Hours in Dublin: New York Times, April 22, 2007

    The Aran Islands: A world of its own: Independent on Sunday, April 8, 2007

    Irish hero comes to life in homeland: Seattle Times, April 6, 2007

    If you ever go across the sea to Ireland: Le Monde diplomatique, April 9, 2007

    Homes for all—water for no one: The Guardian, April 17, 2007

    Dublin no-go flats attract the art gang: The Observer, April 1, 2007

    Northern Ireland Course Rated No. 1 Outside U.S.

    Crawling's the best way to get around in Dublin: Toronto Star, March 22, 2007

    Ulster—The Emerald's Hidden Facets: Washington Post, March 24, 2007

    Wild Irish roads: Los Angeles Times, March 17, 2007

    In March, More Towns Seem to Love a Parade: New York Times, March 17, 2007

    Ireland's Luxurious Links: Forbes, March 14, 2007

    Hotel where Kelly and Collins stayed recaptures its grandeur: The Independent, March 16, 2007

    Piermont opens its new library, named for fallen firefighter: The Journal News, March 11, 2007

    Castles scattered like Irish gems on the Emerald Isle: Washington Times, March 3, 2007

    Renewing the stone wall heritage: BBC, March 14, 2007

    Grandest gardens in Ireland: San Francisco Chronicle, March 14, 2007

    More piety, fewer pints 'best way to celebrate': Irish Independent, March 11, 2007

    Lose those winter blues with shamrock green: Boston Globe, March 11, 2007

    To Hell and Back—In Search Of the Irish Underworld: Washington Post, March 11, 2007

    DETAILS

    Raise a Glass to St. Patrick in Annapolis: Washington Post, March 11, 2007

    Bless this horse: The Observer, March 11, 2007

    St. Patrick's Day Gets An Early Green Light: Washington Post, March 4, 2007

    Croke Park sets the standard for coexistence: Daily Telegraph, February 28, 2007

    Lucy Caldwell—The Story So Far...: The Independent, February 20, 2007

    Community split over national park: BBC, February 23, 2007

    Toronto waterfront statues to honour Irish immigrants: Toronto Globe and Mail, February 24, 2007

    Rural pubs shutting down at rate of more than one per day: Irish Times, February 23, 2007

    Orbiting 'Planet Ireland: Talahassee Democrat, February 18, 2007

    Ireland's castles offer tourists a variety of experiences: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, February 20, 2007

    Maze could bring €44m windfall to North with world police games: Irish Independent, February 17, 2007

    Renew your love in Ireland—Penticton (BC) Western News, February 14, 2007

    New Permanent Gaeltacht Planned for Ontario: Celtic Connection, September 2006

    Croke is made to put lumps in rugby throats: The Guardian, February 6, 2007

    'Old foes' return to Bloody Sunday site: Daily Telegraph, February 7, 2007

    Her own private Ireland: San Jose Mercury News, January 28, 2007

    At '07 Folklife Fest, Far East Meets Northern Ireland: Washington Post, February 2, 2007

    Fit for a king—Families get the royal treatment at Ireland's luxurious Dromoland Castle: Boston Herald, January 25, 2007

    Manhattan—New Air Route to Open: New York Times, January 30, 2007

    Mayor of '33rd county' had critical role in securing routes: Irish Independent, January 30, 2007

    Ireland—A New Gold Province?: Resource Investor

    Battle to be 'the real Craggy Island' twists and turns like a Father Ted plot: The Guardian, January 27, 2007

    Quaint Dingle beckons many: Springfield Republican, January 24, 2007

    Dublin's landmark cafe faces legal battle for survival: The Independent, January 18, 2007

    Shannon, Ireland—the Traditional Rest Stop: Washington Post, January 13, 2007

    A Visit to an Irish 'Rambling House': NPR, December 24, 2006

    Barberstown Castle, Co Kildare: The Guardian, December 23, 2006

    Dublin—Craic a smile: The Independent, December 2, 2006

    Ireland—Rugged beauty, castles make trip magical: Louisville Courier-Journal, November 26, 2006

    Ireland, dad and me: Montreal Gazette, July 8, 2006

    Wild Irish roads: Toronto Star, November 25, 2006

    Get off the beaten track in Ireland: Saskatoon Star Phoenix, February 18, 2006

    Province makes 'must-see' list: Daily Mail, November 15, 2006

    In pictures—Tourism boost for NI: BBC, November 15, 2006

    Ulster turns from terror to tourism: Daily Telegraph, November 16, 2006

    Emerald wave: Boston Globe, November 12, 2006

    Hotel to provide comfort for shrine's barefoot pilgrims: The Independent, November 10, 2006

    Province makes 'must-see' list: Daily Mail

    Ulster turns from terror to tourism: Daily Telegraph, November 16, 2006

    48 Hours In—Belfast: The Independent, October 28, 2006

    Dingle fights to keep its name: The Guardian, October 19, 2006

    Country diary: The Guardian, October 19, 2006

    Our memory of place names is fading fast: Irish Independent, October 3, 2006

    Where the stones sing: The Guardian, October 7, 2006
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    Planning for the worst: The Guardian, October 4, 2006

    Cafe culture taking over in Dublin: Daily Telegraph, October 2, 2006

    Once impoverished but scenic, Ireland seeing real estate boom: Philadelphia Inquirer, September 24, 2006

    Microbreweries in the Land of Guinness: New York Times, June 18, 2006

    Hiking Ireland's Burren Way: Cape Cod Times, September 17, 2006

    Irish island scenes on display at Elms: Springfield Republican, September 13, 2006

    Sentenced to two nights, half-board: September 15, 2006

    Courthouse hotel evokes ghosts of past: BBC, September 12, 2006

    Round Wicklow in slow gear: Daily Telegraph, September 9, 2006

    Playing Through Northern Ireland: New York Times, July 9, 2006

    Steelers country extends to pub in Ireland: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, August 12, 2006

    Once upon a time, there were these tourists: Toronto Star, August 19, 2006

    A family that fleadhs together: Philadelphia Inquirer, August 20, 2006

    Ireland—land of charm, humour, breathtaking vistas ... and delicious homemade mayonnaise?: The Guardian, August 21, 2006

    The Complete Guide To—Irish Festivals: The Independent, August 19, 2006

    Forget the tour – do Ireland your way: Sydney Morning Herald, August 4, 2006

    It's huge in Ireland: Edmonton Sun, August 4, 2006

    St. John's, Newfoundland: New York Times, July 30, 2006

    Footprints on Dingle: Washington Times, July 22, 2006

    A Ryder Cup Welcome: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com, June 23, 2006

    Ireland’s Time to Shine as Cup Host: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com, June 23, 2006

    Head north for Ireland's essence: Cincinnati Enquirer, July 9, 2006

    It's 'Eire Ireland' from now on: Irish Independent, June 28, 2006

    Higher learning: Irish Echo, July 7, 2006

    Falcons being wiped out 'to save racing pigeons': Daily Telegraph, July 6, 2006

    If you ever meet an eel who's reading poetry...: The News Letter, July 19, 2006

    Ireland chief on victory tour: Denver Post, May 19, 2006

    Irish president seeks Montana bond during Butte visit: Great Falls Tribune, May 18, 2006

    Irish president praises Butte: Billings Gazette, May 18, 2006

    A Glimpse of Ancient Ireland: Epoch Times, June 10, 2006

    Cork—What a Corker: The Independent, May 13, 2006

    Crom Castle, County Fermanagh: The Guardian, April 8, 2006

    Party time for a recluse as city honours Beckett birth: Irish Independent, April 13, 2006

    Cobblestoned answer to the ordinary city: Los Angeles Times, May 21, 2006

    Inishbofin House, Ireland: Toronto Globe and Mail, May 10, 2006

    Tours offer cultural glimpse of city: BBC, May 18, 2006

    More of Moher: Irish Echo, May 5, 2006

    The kindness of strangers in Ireland: Seattle Times, May 5, 2006

    GAA takes off in 'most unlikely places': BBC, May 3, 2006

    Discovering the real Ireland: Baltimore Sun, April 23, 2006

    Guinness just 'tastes different' in Ireland: Syracuse Post-Standard, April 9, 2006

    Skibbereen, on a wing and a prayer: Los Angeles Times, April 9, 2006

    Plants charming—Ireland a gardener’s delight: Boston Herald, April 20, 2006

    Want a Debate With That Drink?: New York Times, April 26, 2006

    The real Ireland: Philadelphia Daily News, February 15, 2006

    Dublin—Browsing Avoca: New York Times, February 12, 2006

    Pack up your Troubles: Daily Telegraph, March 29, 2006

    When Latvian Eyes Are Smiling: New York Times, March 17, 2006

    Irish coffee, seaplanes lift off in Foynes: Boston Herald, March 16, 2006

    A strenuous stairway to heaven: Boston Globe, March 19, 2006

    Glassmaking in Vermont: New York Times, March 24

    Ireland's most amazing secret: USA Today, March 22, 2006

    Near a Main Artery in Dublin, a New City: New York Times, March 19, 2006

    Modern or muddy, the pub is part of Ireland: Boston Globe, March 19, 2006

    Who would stay in a place like this?: BBC, January 24, 2006

    Belfast – Peace throughout the land: Pittsburgh Post Gazette, March 12, 2006

    St. Patrick's example inspires a more peaceable kingdom: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, March 12, 2006

    Breakfast in Ireland is so bad, it's good: Arizona Republic, March 14, 2006

    Growing for gold: Daily Telegraph, March 11, 2006

    If you go to Belfast: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, March 12, 2006

    Limerick to be twinned with New York: UTV, March 8, 2006

    Irish immigrants press for visa reform: Boston Globe, March 9, 2006

    Irish immigrants returning to Ireland: Westchester Journal News, February 17, 2006

    In New York, the Irish Pack It In: Los Angeles Times, March 8, 2006

    Gaeltacht week in California: Daily Ireland, March 8, 2006

    Have A Holiday To Remember In Galway, Ireland: Daily India.com, March 7, 2006

    An Irish Countryside Grows In Chicago: Chicago Tribune, March 5, 2006

    Islets preserve ancient histories: Boston Globe, October 30, 2005

    Unspoiled Dingle: Hartford Courant, March 5, 2006

    Traditional Irish rowboats built to race along the East Coast: Hartford Courant, March 2, 2006

    Many visitors see Ireland by 'coach': Charleston Post and Courier, February 19, 2006

    Rope bridge opens in time for tourists: BBC, February 16, 2006

    'Belleek' coffee set was made a long way from Ireland: Scripps Howard News Service, February 20, 2006

    A rare look at the islands off Ireland's coast: Philadelphia Inquirer, October 30, 2005
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    Who would stay in a place like this?: BBC, January 24, 2006

    Ireland: Escape into the wild west: The Independent, February 1, 2006

    Travel Special—June – Ireland: The Independent, January 7, 2006

    Belfast rising: Kansas City Star, January 9, 2006

    They won't watch legacy slip away: Boston Globe, January 22, 2006

    It's the image of Ireland: Irish Independent, December 20, 2005

    Graveyard yields secrets of ancient world: BBC, January 4, 2006

    On a trip to the Emerald Isle, there's no place like home: Los Angeles Times, December 18, 2005

    Six weeks on a family trip to Ireland: Chicago Tribune, December 18, 2005

    An almost-teen's verdict: I'd do it again: Chicago Tribune, December 18, 2005

    The forgotten valley: Daily Ireland, January 12, 2006

    Seat of Celtic kings is threatened by motorway: Daily Telegraph, January 13, 2006

    A moving picture of Ireland: Orlando Sentinel, December 25, 2005

    Give peace and quiet a chance: Daily Telegraph, December 7, 2005

    Surf the wild seas of Ireland: The Independent, November 26, 2005

    Home town to honour McCormack memory: Irish Independent, August 19, 2005

    Dublin, beyond the Blooms: Los Angeles Times, August 28, 2005

    Dublin—Beyond Joyce: New York Newsday, September 3, 2005

    100 years on . . . a city gets ready to turn past tragedy into future success: Irish Independent, August 19, 2005

    Country diary—The Burren, Ireland: The Guardian, November 17, 2005

    The craic: Daily Telegraph, November 12, 2005

    Surf the wild seas of Ireland: November 26, 2005

    Go North, Young Man (Ireland, that is): Cape Cod Today, January 29, 2005

    How to Drive in Ireland: Ottawa Citizen, June 4, 2005

    Protest Stalls Energy Giant in Rural Ireland: Washington Post, September 25, 2005

    Chasing a Ghost in Canada: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com, July 1, 2005

    A serene proposal in County Donegal: Chicago Sun-Times, June 26, 2005

    Walk of the month: Daily Telegraph, July 2, 2005

    Dear, dear Ireland: Irish Echo, June 24, 2005

    Falcons' revival 'soaring high': BBC, July 4, 2005

    One of the last unspoilt regions in Ireland: Irelandclick.com, May 30, 2005

    Popularity of traditional pastimes reflects area's high number of Irish-Americans: Boston Globe, June 19, 2005

    Developers threaten Joyce's seafront: Daily Telegraph, May 23, 2005

    Titanic to come 'home' to Belfast: The Guardian, May 5, 2005

    Exhibition to celebrate Tory life: The Guardian, May 10, 2005

    Mounds could reveal secrets: Irish Post, May 4, 2005

    Home sweet home: The Guardian, May 5, 2005

    Northern Ireland, Pleasures and pursuits: Denver Post, May 5, 2005

    How Princess Grace's ancestral home fell into ruins: Daily Telegraph, April 18, 2005

    Visit beautiful Belfast and enjoy the region's renaissance: Salt Lake Tribune, April 23, 2005

    Geology provides grand views on Irish coast: Baltimore Sun, May 1, 2005

    'Natural gateway' to Mourne Mountains: BBC, May 3, 2005

    For Cork City, it's finally show time: Los Angeles Times, April 10, 2005

  • At Ireland's Golfing Greats, The Grass Is Always Greener: Washington Post, April 10, 2005
  • Tee time in Ireland: Toronto Star, April 7, 2005

    Global View — Ireland: CBC, April 6, 2005

    Ireland pops the Cork on Capital of Culture / Second city's rebirth keeps quirks intact: San Francisco Chronicle, March 27, 2005

    Ireland Enacts Law Banning English on Maps: New York Newsday, March 28, 2005

    Try putting o' the green in Belfast: Boston Herald, March 17, 2005

    Irish welcome awaits families at farm B&Bs: Toronto Star, March, 12, 2005

    Welcome to Hollywood ... Ireland: Emerald Isle is jewel in filmmakers' crown: Boston Herald, March 10, 2005

    Lansdowne Road passes 'old grey' whistle test with flying colours: Daily Telegraph, February 24, 2005

    Belfast plans to celebrate Titanic with an iceberg: Daily Telegraph, February 23, 2005

    Ireland—Rugged beauty in County Donegal and northern coast: USA Today, February 22, 2005

    Lourdes of Love goes commercial as aged Irish struggle to find wives: The Guardian, October 2, 2004

    St. Patrick's spirit rides on in Ulster: Toronto Star, October 2, 2004

    And they're off: Galway leads the way as Europe's fastest-growing city: The Independent, September 22, 2004

    Clear haven for hungry migrants: Daily Telegraph, September 4, 2004

    Coasting in the counties: Los Angeles Times, August 29, 2004 (registration required)

    Touring Inishmore on 2 wheels: Washington Times, August 14, 2004

    Kilkenny or bust: The Guardian, August 18, 2004

    Ireland is lost island of Atlantis, says scientist: Boston Globe, August 6, 2004

    Genteel haven for Village people: Daily Telegraph, July 24, 2004

    If You Go: Ireland: Boston Globe, July 18, 2004

    Green light is on for seeing Ireland: Boston Globe, July 11, 2004

    Mourne in glory: The Guardian, July 3, 2004

    New stars bowl club over: The Observer, July 4, 2004

    Useful links:
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    EVENTS:

    And Paddy the Irish-American: Irish Independent, March 12, 2005

    Pat's Day in Unusual Terms!: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com, March 11, 2005

    St. Paddy's is holy day in Ireland, not drinking day: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, March 12, 2005

    John Carroll's time in Ireland simply 'brilliant': Cleveland Plain Dealer, June 15, 2004

    Ireland's attributes make hearts race: Arizona Republic, June 13, 2004

    Exhibition highlights history of Irish coins: Irish Echo, May 5, 2004

    The pride of the parish takes on wealthy Wasps: Sunday Business Post, April 25, 2004

    Rag-tag team seeks puck of the Irish: Toronto Globe and Mail, March 17, 2004

    Almost everyone is Irish even when it isn't St. Pat's: Chicago Tribune, March 12, 2004 (registration required)

    Top hurlers head to Valley: Arizona Republic, January 24, 2004

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    ACCOMMODATION:

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