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Historic manuscript returns to Dublin after 400 years

A historic manuscript from the 14th century has been acquired by Trinity College Dublin and has now been returned to Ireland. The medieval text was produced at St Mary’s Abbey in Dublin and contains a vast array of historical records from Ireland prior to the 14th century. St Mary’s Abbey …

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Pop up Irish pub attracts interest across the world

More inflatable Irish pubs ordered due to high demand

An Irish businesswoman who quit her job to open a pop up Irish pub business has been inundated with requests from across the world. Caitriona Mulhern spent years working in the drinks industry before deciding to go it alone so she could spend more time with her family. She created …

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Tech firm develop software to tackle cyberbullying

An Irish technology firm has developed a piece of software to try to protect children from cyberbullying and online abuse. The programme, called ParIntel, detects when online bullying is taking place, and alerts a nominated third party such as a parent or older sibling of the victim. In the past …

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Ireland’s men and women make rugby history

Ireland’s men and women make history with unique sporting double

It was a weekend to celebrate for Irish rugby fans as both the men’s and women’s teams put on superb displays to win their respective tournaments – and both made history in the process. Both teams had to reach difficult targets that their rivals had set with excellent displays of …

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