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Irish schoolboy writes to Jurgen Klopp to ask Liverpool to stop winning – and gets a reply

Jurgen Klopp and Daragh Curley

A football loving Irish schoolboy got a big surprise after he wrote to Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp to ask them to stop winning games. Ten-year-old Daragh Curley is a fan of Liverpool’s great rivals Manchester united and like all Red Devils, he has found it hard to watch the Mersey …

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Men are not happy to share food until four months into a relationship

couple in cafe

A study on couples in romantic relationships has revealed it takes men up to four months before they are happy to share food with their partner. The study was conducted by From Mars and also revealed other opinions that are widely held – such as the length of time into …

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What is the best time of year to visit Dublin?

Molly Malone statue

Dublin is a must-see city for many of the Ireland’s ten million visitors who arrive on our shores every year. And no wonder, the capital was named as one of Europe’s top five cities for culture in 2019.

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Nearly half of young Irish adults live with their parents

unhappy young man

Nearly half of people in Ireland aged between 25-29 still live with their parents, according to a recent study. The figures come from a report by the European Union body Eurofound and is titled ‘Household composition and well-being’.

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Steve Coogan sang ‘Come Out Ye Black and Tans’ on BBC as an in-joke

Steve Coogan as Martin Brennan

Comedy legend Steve Coogan has revealed what led him to sing the classic Irish rebel song ‘Come Out Ye Black and Tans’ during his prime-time BBC show. The song featured in an episode of ‘This Time with Alan Partridge’ which is a spoof early evening magazine show.

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Florists in Ireland become overwhelmed at around 5pm on Valentine’s Day

pink roses

Florists in Ireland become overwhelmed at around 5pm on Valentine’s Day, with hoards of men hurrying in to pick up flowers at the last minute. That is according to new research from Allied Irish Banks (AIB) which looks at the Valentine’s Day spending habits of Irish couples.

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