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Mystery Surrounds Burren Settlement Excavated by Archaeologists

Evidence of 160 huts and two labyrinthine enclosures for spiritual or ritual gathering discovered......

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A Simple Guide to Applying for An Irish Passport & Citizenship

With the approach of Brexit - deal or no deal - there has been a substantial interest from the UK of people seeking to obtain an Irish passport.....

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History of Dublin's Finest Victorian Building Revealed

The hidden history of one of Dublin’s most influential and ground-breaking Victorian buildings has been revealed in a new multidisciplinary project at Trinity College Dublin.....

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Merry Christmas & A Peaceful New Year......

The Civil Certificates Office is now closed for Christmas....

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300,000 Irish Passport Applications If UK Has No Deal Brexit

A massive 40pc hike in passport applications is expected next year under the Irish Government's contingency plans for a no-deal Brexit.......

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European Cities With The Worst Traffic Jams: How Does Dublin Rate?

Niall McCarthy with Statista.com reports on where Dublin and London come in a list of countries for the worst traffic jams.......

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How Many Euromyths Have Appeared In The British Media?

As Brexit roles on we chart how many euromyths beloved by the British tabloid press have had to be debunked.....

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Irish Spoken In House of Commons For First Time in 100 Years

The Irish language was spoken in the House of Commons for the first time in more than a century this afternoon.......

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Irish Public To Be Consulted On Clock Changes

The Government has confirmed it will carry out a public consultation on whether the State should end the practice of changing the clocks in Spring and Autumn.....

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Welcome to Sligoville: The Story of The Irish In Jamaica

Cromwell sent many Irish to Jamaica in the 1600s. But the emigration by the Irish continued for more than 200 years.......

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