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Women’s indoor hockey coach ‘immensely proud’ of Ireland’s efforts in Spain via @IrishTimesSport 

One of the best places to find a glass of hard-to-find bourbon in Somerset County isn’t a rustic whiskey bar, a Southern-inspired saloon or a trendy lodge. It’s an easygoing Irish pub on West Main Street. 🥃

Irish police rule out foul play over corpse in post office pension incident

Irish international Claire Melia starred as the Cork club were the big winners at the National Basketball Arena today.

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Please enjoy Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar bringing his boyfriend to meet Mike Pence

Subway tuna sandwiches do not contain any tuna DNA, say lab tests commissioned by @nytimes . 2 customers are suing saying its sandwiches have no tuna, which the company denies. Last year, an Irish court ruled Subway bread has too much sugar to be legally considered bread.

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US president-elect @JoeBiden  reads the words of Irish poet Seamus Heaney

BREAKING: Boris Johnson denies hosting quiz at No 10, as it was actually an emergency Cobra meeting to determine which Irish singer-songwriter released the 1990 hit single ‘Nothing Compares 2 U’.

Morgan Bullock is an African-American Irish dancer from Richmond, Virginia After a TikTok video of her lightning-footed jigs went viral, she was accused of "cultural appropriation" Then she got a call from Riverdance...?

Dear liberals, if you’re celebrating St. Patrick’s Day and you’re not Irish it’s cultural appropriation… Your rules, not mine. #StPatricksDay 

In 2015 a prominent Republican said this of Trump: "In the 1840’s the 'Know Nothings' emerged as a political movement, scapegoating Irish and German immigrants for the problems of the nation...

I was just on Irish radio after Steve Bannon. He said that Trump is heading toward a “massive” victory. I reminded the audience Bannon was recently indicted for fraud.

The Irish leaders’ debate is really quite shocking. The three leaders have a detailed grasp of complex welfare and tax issues, they are polite and courteous, they admit mistakes, they say sorry. They might even be largely honest. Why is all that possible in Ireland but not here?

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