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Irish people renting out their ‘friendship’ online

Irish people renting out their ‘friendship’ online

A new moneymaking opportunity has been seized by hundreds of Irish people who are renting out their friendship on a new website. Rentafriend.com was created by American Scott Rosenbaum after he saw a similar service being successful in Japan.

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Priest slams Catholic Church for lack of training in exorcisms

Catholic priests need training in exorcisms says Dublin cleric

An Irish priest has criticised the Catholic Church for a lack of training for its cleric in delivering exorcisms. Father Pat Collins says he doesn’t rule out rational explanations of evil, but believes it is naive to dismiss supernatural causes.

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Peter Kay sings traditional hymns as rock songs

Peter Kay sings traditional hymns as rock songs

British comedy legend Peter Kay appeared on the Late Late Show with Ryan Tubridy and spoke about his love for Ireland. The Bolton funnyman is from an Irish family and revealed he has owned a house in Roscommon for years, but doesn’t like to talk about it in case he …

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Well done lads, Sean and Conor's time on the X Factor

Well done lads, a look back at Sean and Conor's time on the X Factor

X Factor stars Sean and Conor Price received a hero’s welcome as they returned to their hometown after being eliminated from the show. The charming brothers have been one of the highlights of the TV talent show, with their exciting performances and infectious enthusiasm.

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'Chips in a sandwich?' American kids try Irish foods

American kids try Irish foods

A group of American children were given several traditional Irish snacks to try to see how they compared to their more usual treats. Their tasting tests were recorded by YouTube channel REACT who published the video online.

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Is there a link between bereavement and hoarding?

Is there a link between bereavement and hoarding?

A team of psychologists in Ireland are carrying out a study to find out if there is a link between bereavement and hoarding. The School of Psychology at NUI Galway is looking for 1,000 participants to take part in the study.

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