Arts Competition

If The Molly Malone Statue Could Speak What Would She Say?

Think about it, if the Molly Malone statue on Suffolk Street could speak what would she say? That is the very question being posed to the general public by Fáilte…

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Technology

UK Government To Use Church Spires For Boosting Rural Broadband Connectivity

The UK Government and the Church of England have reached a signed agreement which will use the Church’s buildings and other properties to improve broadband, mobile and Wi-Fi connectivity for local…

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Irish News

Warning Over iTunes Gift Card Scam Issued by Gardaí

Gardaí are warning the public about a new scam in which criminals are tricking victims into purchasing iTunes gift cards. A number of people have fallen victim to this scam…

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Arts Lifestyle

Keith Barry’s Magic Madhouse Is Coming To University Concert Hall Limerick

Mentalist and magician Keith Barry is presenting a live performance of his new show “Magic Madhouse” in University Concert Hall Limerick this Thursday, February 22nd. The event starts at 8pm…

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Food & Drink Top Stories

Garda Post Meal Of The Month

Finding something that tastes delicious but isn’t loaded with high calories can be difficult at times. There is a solution with this dish that will satisfy your hunger, taste great…

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Health Top Stories

Foods That Cleanse the Liver

Modern society is a sad state that produces many over-processed livers. When we overeat or eat processed or fried foods, and, anytime we are exposed to environmental pollutants or stress,…

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Sport

Mauricio Pochettino’s boys come of age

Tottenham drew 2-2 with Juventus in the first leg of their Champions League round-of-16 tie in Turin. Having come back from being two goals down inside 10 minutes, it is…

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Health Irish News

County Clare Joins WHO Age-Friendly Network

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has included County Clare in its Global Network for Age-Friendly Cities and Communities.The movement involves communities, cities and other sub-national levels of government that have pledged…

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Lifestyle

Handshake Etiquette From Around The World

How we introduce ourselves to someone new can reveal a lot about the type of person we are. Traditionally in most countries throughout the world people tend to greet one…

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Food & Drink Top Stories

Pancake Tuesday recipe with a twist

With tomorrow being Pancake Tuesday, why not break away from the traditional lemon and sugar toppings and get creative with your pancakes!  Instead of sweet why not try savoury pancakes….

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Irish News

Celebrating The Memory of Irish Suffragette Hanna Sheehy Skeffington

It has been confirmed that a blue plaque is to be erected at the Ship Street entrance of Dublin Castle in commemoration of Irish suffragette Hanna Sheehy Skeffington. The plaque…

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Irish News

Johnston Mooney & O’Brien Recall Bread Products Over Small Risk Of Metal Pieces

Johnston Mooney & O’Brien are recalling bread products over minor concerns small pieces of metal may be present. All bread with a best before date of February 11th are being recalled….

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Top Stories World News

SpaceX Launches World’s Most Powerful Rocket Into Orbit

The world’s most powerful rocket was launched into orbit from NASA’s Kennedy Space Centre, Florida, on Tuesday by Elon Musk’s SpaceX. Millions watched breathlessly as the Falcon Heavy rocket soared…

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History Top Stories

On This Day: Women Got The Vote In Ireland 100 Years Ago

On this day 100 years ago, women who met a certain criteria got the right to vote in Ireland. Women who could vote were over 30, possessed property rights or…

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Education Top Stories

Limerick Native Launches Outdoor Revolution In Dublin’s Phoenix Park

Limerick native, Tomás O’Connell, a local from Kilcornan, launched the inaugral Outdoor Revolution in Dublin’s Phoenix Park, along with All-Ireland winning former Tipperary hurler, John O’Brien. Both men developed the…

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Sport

Republic of Ireland to play Northern Ireland in Dublin friendly this November

The Republic of Ireland is set to take on Northern Ireland in a friendly match on Thursday, November 15th this year at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin. It will be…

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Irish News

Cabinet To Discuss Changes To Ireland’s National Planning Framework

A special meeting between Cabinet is due to take place today to discuss changes to the National Planning Framework. “Ireland 2040” is a new strategic plan, by the Irish Government,…

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History

Big Chief

Auriole Fountaine investigates the enigma of Francis O’Neill: the police chief who saved Irish music. “ In any Irish city or town, you see statues of various people, yet very…

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Health

Boots Ireland To Become Main Sponsor Of Daffodil Day 2018

Boots Ireland has announced they will become the official main sponsor of Daffodil Day 2018  in attempts to raise much needed awareness of cancer. Daffodil Day is the Irish Cancer…

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Lifestyle

Dublin Racing Festival This Weekend At Leopardstown

The inaugral Dublin Racing Festival is taking place this weekend at Leopardstown Racecourse. With a total of €1.5 million worth of prize money at the forefront, the event will showcase…

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Irish News Technology

Construction Projects Worth A Combined €56BN Can Now Be Viewed Digitally

Esri Ireland have teamed up with Construction Information Services (CIS) to provide visual guides to some 36,500 construction projects, worth a combined total of €56 billion, across a digital mapping…

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