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What do Irish people get fed up of explaining?

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Throughout the years, Ireland has experienced several waves of emigration. This has resulted in millions of people all over the world that have Irish heritage. From the USA to Australia people with Irish roots are keen to know more about where their ancestors came from.

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Ireland is one of the most expensive countries in the world to live

Ireland is one of the most expensive countries in the world to live in 2020, according to a recent study. The research, published by CEOWorld Magazine, revealed it costs more on average to live in Ireland than the UK, France, Germany, the USA and Canada.

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Brendan O’Carroll’s sister didn’t know her mam was pregnant until she brought baby Brendan home

Eilish O'Carroll

The sister of Mrs Brown’s Boys creator and star Brendan O’Carroll has spoken about how shocked she was when her mam brought home her little brother. Eilish O’Carroll said she didn’t even know her mother had been pregnant until she introduced her to baby Brendan.

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Irish dance stars launch #StopSuicide project to raise mental health awareness

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Irish dance stars Fusion Fighters have announced their latest project, which will help raise awareness of mental health issues. Fusion Fighters are one of the top Irish dance troupes in the world and have built a strong reputation over the years both for their creativity and their championing of worthy …

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Superstar Caitlyn Jenner tweets image of her cameo in Mrs Brown’s Boys

Caitlyn Jenner on Mrs Brown's Boys

American TV superstar Caitlyn Jenner gave fans a huge shock by revealing she is set to appear on BBC comedy Mrs Brown’s Boys. The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star has been in the UK for her ‘An Audience with Caitlyn Jenner’ shows and also attended the National Television Awards.

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‘Delighted’ Saoirse Ronan becomes ambassador of the Irish Film Institute

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Hollywood star Saoirse Ronan has been named an ambassador of the Irish Film Institute (IFI), after achieving ‘excellence in her craft’. The 25-year-old Little Women star is the first person to be given the role, which will see her supporting preservation, education, and exhibition in the Irish film industry.

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