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Continuing further down the Wild Atlantic Way , we find ourselves in southern County Donegal.
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In Northern Ireland, the flags of Israel and the Palestinians are potent symbols of conflict - but here they divide Catholics and Protestants rather than Jews and Muslims.
7 hrs ago | Business World
Hotels.com today said that its latest figures show a 10pc rise in the cost of hotel rooms in Ireland.
For the uninitiated, the 1952 film The Quiet Man is a love letter to Ireland by legendary director John Ford.
The Whitetop Mountain Band: : Jackson Cunningham, Martha Spencer, Chris Testerman, Debbie Bramer, Emily Spencer Thanks to Martha Spencer of the Whitetop Mountain Band for more news of the band's three-week tour of these islands, beginning this coming Friday at Naul, Co.
IF THERE is anything that us Welsh can learn from our Irish cousins, it is the way they have marketed their culture throughout the world.
History classes with a difference start today, when 14,000 students from all over the world will start an online course with Trinity College Dublin .
Views from the trail along the Cliffs of Moher including views of O'Brien's Tower, the ocean and the visitor's center.
Derry is now officially the joblessness capital of the UK, with three times the amount of unemployment people in the city back in 1975.
ELIZABETH JACKSON: When our Europe correspondent Mary Gearin recently went on holidays to Ireland with her family, on a whim they travelled to a small village on the west coast called Cong, in the beautiful Connemara district.
It means dancing night after night after night in a Spiegeltent. It means sitting at two in the morning in a hotel listening to choirs from Duluth and Louth serenading everyone with their selection of Tom Petty covers.
Pat Welsh, from Ohio in the United States, will travel to Northern Ireland and the Republic next week from September 1 - 10. Her mother, Elizabeth Crooks, was born in Northern Ireland in 1920 and lived in Greenisland at the time of her marriage in 1944 to Pat's father, who was in the US army.
Ever gone to pub to watch a match but the television is on mute? Can't hear Jeremy Kyle in the waiting room? A city man has come up with a solution to this problem.
Some Portarlington Comhaltas supporters who travelled to the All Ireland Fleadh in Sligo recently where the branch's performers enjoyed a successful weekend.
An elderly French tourist who was stranded overnight in an ancient woodland in horrific weather emerged unscathed after covering himself in moss.
Updated: Tue Sep 02, 2014 03:37 pm
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