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Tuesday, 23 May 2017

Most Irish Expats Moved For Love!

Most Irish Expats Moved For Love!
- Love is the main reason Irish people fly the nest and move to a different country, according to a new study. Seven out of ten Irish people living abroad ...

Ireland urged to 'confront hate' to ensure legacy of historic gay marriage vote - which was two years ...

Ireland urged to 'confront hate' to ensure legacy of historic gay marriage vote - which was two years ...
IRELAND voted to legalise gay marriage exactly two years today – but a top Minister has warned that many people “continue to face inequality”.

Young bodybuilders being told by shady network of gym drug pushers they 'must take steroids' to ...

Young bodybuilders being told by shady network of gym drug pushers they 'must take steroids' to ...
- The Republic of Ireland Body Building Federation is affiliated to the International Federation of Bodybuilders, the fifth largest sports organisation in the world with 173 member nations.
The organisation has insisted it is in favour of testing but doesn’t have the financial ability to do so.
Thousands of people in Ireland compete in various bodybuilding competitions every year.

Ireland shows solidarity with the people of Manchester

Ireland shows solidarity with the people of Manchester
- President Michael D. Higgins has released this statement offering his sympathy and that of the Irish people to the families of those who have lost their ...

A new leader, but most Irish people don't want another election

A new leader, but most Irish people don't want another election
- The poll, which consists of over 1,000 Irish adults, also asked voters who they thought would get the best deal for Ireland in Brexit negotiations.

Theresa May seeks 'hard' Brexit mandate

Theresa May seeks 'hard' Brexit mandate
- Observers in Ireland and elsewhere must prepare for them politically, knowing they will determine how the Brexit negotiations are likely to proceed.

Chief Brexit negotiator says a “no deal” is not an option

Chief Brexit negotiator says a “no deal” is not an option
- Barnier also wants to agree arrangements for the border between northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. Brexit talks are set to get underway on ...

Maybe it is time to appoint a minister for Brexit

Maybe it is time to appoint a minister for Brexit
- The first is that he favours the appointment of a minister for Brexit. The risk is that this is the traditional Irish bureaucratic solution to a problem – appoint ...