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1 hr ago | Examiner.com

Celebrating Pride in Limerick Ireland

I've always been a big supporter of equal rights. Not gay rights, not women's rights, not African American or Latino or any other groups' rights.

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4 hrs ago | Northwest Florida Daily News

Chocolate cake with a stout addition

From what I have read, Arthur Guinness founded the brewery in Dublin, Ireland, where he began brewing the popular porter style beer.

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8 hrs ago | PSFK

Ancient Statues Appear to Take Selfies at Ireland Art Gallery

A Reddit user creates a photo series using unique angles to make the art pieces seem like their own photographer It doesn't look like the selfie craze is going away any time soon since people are still constantly thinking up new ways of creating their own version or interpretation of a selfie.

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12 hrs ago | News Observer

Eaton closing Charlotte plant, 84 lose jobs

The Charlotte Observer reported that Eaton plans to move the work done in Charlotte to plants in Indiana and Mexico.

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17 hrs ago | Dundalk Today

Young gaelgoiri enjoy the Colaiste Lu summer camps

Young gaelgA3irA from all over the county descended on the gaelcholA iste this month for a fun-filled and worthwhile week at ColA iste LAo's annual summer camp.

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Tue Aug 19, 2014

Independent.ie

Woman (26) charged with arson at pensioner's home

A YOUNG woman has been remanded in custody after being charged with arson in relation to a house fire in Drogheda.

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BBC News

The island that kids learn to leave

The economic crisis of 2008 drove hundreds of thousands of young Irish people from their homeland in search of work - as a result some rural communities are on the verge of dying out.

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TechCrunch

Liam Casey AKA Mr. China Will Join Us At Disrupt SF

I am personally pleased to announce that Mr. China himself, Liam Casey , will appear on our TechCrunch Disrupt stage to talk about the rising tide for hardware startups.

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Hospitality Net

The Shelbourne Hotel Dublin partners with Acentic to meet the BYOD...

Acentic Limited The Limes 12 Dunstable Street Ampthill London, MK45 2GJ United Kingdom Phone: +44 1525 844-930 Fax: +44 1525 844-949 Visit Website Acentic, global leader in hotel TV and hospitality technology, is currently installing its top of the range in-room technology, Panorama NG into all 265 guest rooms at the five star Shelbourne Dublin, A ... (more)

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Newtownabbey Today

East Antrim man Joe backs calls for Rory Gallagher statue

Rory Gallagher pictured at a seminar in the YMCA Wellington Place just before his gig in the Ulster Hall in 1979.

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RTE.ie

Watch! Daniel Radcliffe talks to TEN about What If

He spoke to TEN's Sarah McIntyre about shooting part of the film in Dublin, saying: "It was great! Dublin looks awesome; it's not hard to make Dublin look really pretty but it looks great in the movie.

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Mon Aug 18, 2014

Independent.ie

Bank under fire

BUSINESS people who claim their viable businesses were asset-stripped by a division of Ulster Bank have welcomed its closure.

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Philly.com

The weight of love threatens Paris bridges

It's a new initiative announced by the city of Paris. For years, lovers from all over the world have gone to the City of Love to hang "love locks" - padlocks bearing the lovers' names, or some other love declaration or symbol - on a public place of high visibility.

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Offaly Independent

12 marathons, 12 counties and 12 days

After doing the equivalent of ten marathons in ten days for charity last year, Tullamore resident Denzil Jacobs has upped the ante this year with plans for twelve marathons over twelve days - starting tomorrow - in every county in Leinster.

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KLAX

Friends of NSU invited to join band in Ireland in 2015

Alumni and friends are invited to join the Spirit of Northwestern Demon Marching Band as they participate in the 2015 St. Patrick's Day Parade in Dublin, Ireland.

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RTE.ie

The Altered Hours announce new Irish dates

Irish dream pop, psych act The Altered Hours have announced new Dublin and Cork dates to follow their appearance at this year's Electric Picnic.

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BreakingNews.ie

Cork trainee pilot killed in road crash 'got out of car before collapsing'

The single-vehicle incident occurred on the N20 Limerick Cork road at Ballyphillip, Banogue, Co Limerick, around 11.50pm last night.

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Limerick Today

The 85th Limerick Show will have an 'innovative' approach

LIMERICK Show has never been afraid to try new things and this year there will even be a stand to promote innovation.

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BreakingNews.ie

Sweet papers the most common litter, as cities get dirtier

A new rural-urban divide is emerging as Ireland's towns are getting cleaner while our cities are getting dirtier.

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Sun Aug 17, 2014

Sunday Herald

A big rush on as winners try to grab their Herald trophies

The foyer of Edinburgh's Festival Theatre would have been bustling anyway, with theatre-goers arriving for a full day watching The James Plays, but Saturday's Herald Angel awards added a whole extra layer of activity, with performers rushing off to do their shows immediately after collecting their trophy, or arriving during the ceremony immediately ... (more)

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