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1 hr ago | The Irish World Newspaper
After leaving his native Portstewart in Northern Ireland 25 years ago, the comedian Jimeoin has made a name for himself down under with his cheeky and surreal style that often plays on the things in everyday life that everyone is familiar with but no one has observed with such hilarity as Jimeoin.
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5 hrs ago | QTMagazine
Relaxed and well-read Irish gays are far removed from their American counterparts, finds one writer visiting the Emerald Isle.
8 hrs ago | Newsday
The worldwide popularity of the HBO TV series Game of Thrones is to be used to attract more tourists to Northern Ireland over the next three years.
9 hrs ago | CoolSmartPhone.com
Three recently announced a new roaming service called 'Feel at Home' which allowed you to take your UK deal abroad to certain countries with you, thus doing away with frustrating or confusing roaming charges.
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The ink had barely dried on the friendship agreement between Menlo Park and Galway, Ireland, when Mayor Peter Ohtaki set off to visit the city's new friend at the end of November.
"What to do and not to do in the Burren" will be launched in the Barn at Vaughan's Pub Kilfenora at 4.30pm this Sunday .
This Christmas the FSA is encouraging consumers to include the Food Hygiene Rating Scheme and the Food Hygiene Information Scheme as one of the ingredients for a great meal out.
The following information was provided by the Spring-Ford Area School District. Spring-Ford Area High School senior Paulina Portela has been awarded a scholarship to travel to Limerick, Ireland in the Spring of 2014, thanks to her winning essay, "Dreaming of the Emerald Isle."
Robson Green travels across his native county, visiting the medieval fortress of Alnwick Castle and a giant land sculpture created from the waste rock from an opencast mine.
The creators of a naked male mannequin who pees into a bucket and a room filled only with conversation are in the running for Britain's prestigious Turner prize for contemporary art announced on Monday.
Retailers in Northern Ireland are hoping for a record breaking day of business as thousands of shoppers log on for Cyber Monday.
Eight million people will have visited Ireland in 2013 - with record numbers arriving from the US, Germany, France and Spain.
ENDA Kenny has led the country for the past 1,000 days, but his name does not appear in the latest edition of 'Who's Who', which is published today.
The Rev Pat Storey, 53, former rector of St Augustine's in Derry, made history when she was chosen by the Church of Ireland as the new Bishop of Meath and Kildare.