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17 min ago | The Spectator

'Unity at home and strength abroad'. Britain prepares for WW1 by postponing Irish home rule

Morning kit inspection at a camp of the Ulster Volunteers Force, the unionist paramilitary force, at Ballywater on 12th July 1914.

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1 hr ago | RV Business

Lance to Host Top Retailers on Trip to Ireland

According to a press release, the winning dealers and their guests earned the trip based on wholesale performance over a designated period.

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1 hr ago | Carrickonshannon Today

North West's first Craft Beer Fest

The 'Wild Atlantic Craft Beer Festival which takes place in Ballyshannon, County Donegal over the Bank Holiday weekend of August 1st, 2nd and 3rd 2014 is set to showcase and celebrate the very best in local craft beer, Irish music and Irish artisan food and other culinary delights from the north west.

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5 hrs ago | The Washington Post

Irish Black Gold Dream Gives Way to Sinking Finder's Shares

After drilling in the North Celtic Sea Basin, about 40 miles off the Cork coast, Providence Resources Plc said its Barryroe oil field may hold as many as 1.6 billion barrels.

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5 hrs ago | The Meath Chronicle

Boyne viaduct and bridge feature in RTE series

Drogheda's iconic Viaduct was built nearly 160 years ago to link by rail the two largest cities on this island.

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6 hrs ago | Tipperary Today

Tributes to two popular Tipperary men

Colm Ennis from Waterford and Peter Britton, an engineer with Tipperary County Council, living in Clonmel, who died in a fall on Mont Blanc in the French Alps at the weekend.

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7 hrs ago | The Irish World Newspaper

Art historian becomes knight of Malta

A DUBLIN professor of art history has become the first Irishman to be knighted by the ancient Order of Malta in five hundred years.

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8 hrs ago | RTE.ie

NAMA puts retail park portfolio on the market

A portfolio of retail parks held by NAMA has been put on the market for a guide price of 110m.

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Tue Jul 29, 2014

Dundalk Today

Marist students visit Thailand mission

Marist chaplain Fr Jimmy McElroy has been bringing students from Ireland to the Marist Mission in Ranong, Thailand for the past eight years.

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Dundalk Today

Popular cafe to open Dundalk premises

The new cafe will be situated in the Georgian building, 1 Jocelyn Street, the former home of both Mizu Cafe and Riva Townhouse.

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The Mayo News

Hill farmers furious at IFA sell-out

Anton McNulty The National Executive of the Irish Farmers Association has been accused of selling out hill and commonage farmers by agreeing to Department of Agriculture proposals for a new environmental scheme.

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Indymedia.ie

If Ireland was treated like Palestine - An alternate history

The WSM have produced an article that puts in context the way the Palestinian land has been stolen from them by the Israeli state.

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Lexington Herald-Leader

Kentucky Revenue Cabinet employee a finalist for Ireland's Rose of Tralee

What Miss America is to this country, the Rose of Tralee is to Ireland. And for the first time in the competition's 55-year-history, a Kentuckian is a finalist for the crown.

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Cinema Blend News

Star Wars: Episode VII Filming Might Endanger The Future Of Irish Birds

Well, of all the headlines you could possibly imagine Star Wars: Episode VII might earn ahead of its release, I bet the above is not one you would have come up with.

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Plastics News

One51 adding injection molder Straight to its bin molding portfolio

Dublin-based One51 plc has had its purchase of British trash bin maker Straight plc cleared by the United Kingdom's Competition and Markets Authority.

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The Irish World Newspaper

This Sharma man

Well known for playing the role of businessman Jai Sharma, Chris Bisson has been a well known member of the Emmerdale cast since 2009.

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The Irish World Newspaper

Soul sister

A London-raised singer with Irish-Zambian heritage is climbing the charts on both sides of The Irish Sea with huge support from the Dundalk area where she has family.

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Examiner.com

From Emerald City to Emerald Isle: Galway, Ireland June 2014

On a recent trip across the pond , I visited another "jewel" ... Ireland . Like Seattle, the island of Eire is called emerald for good reason, it rains a lot.

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The Session

Enthralled

Oliver Schroer was a Canadian fiddler, composer, and music producer. Schroer was a prolific composer, recording ten CDs in 14 years.

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Mon Jul 28, 2014

Independent.ie

Assault and Vinegar

The annual 1798 Battle of Vinegar Hill Reenactment is set to take place in the famous battlefield overlooking Enniscorthy town in County Wexford this Saturday and Sunday, August 2 and 3. Picture: Patrick Browne.

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