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Irish doctors strip off for charity calendar

Doctors in Ireland have followed the lead of the country’s farmers by stripping off for a topless charity calendar. Irish Doctors 2015 is on sale now and has already attracted orders from around the world. A percentage of the proceeds from Irish Doctors Calendar will be donated to the charity …

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Singer has message for politicians over water charge

One Irish musician has a message for the politicians who want to start charging for water. Robbie Dunn, who is based in Australia, has composed his own song and uploaded a video on to YouTube. The name of the song? “You can shove your water meters up you’re a**e!” Many …

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Tracing your Irish family history: Newspapers

FindMyPast newspaper rercords

Niall Cullen, Findmypast Unlike today, your Irish ancestors would not have access to news on demand 24/7 from TV, radio and the internet. In fact, the only mass media available for much of their lives would have been newspapers. This makes the publications of the time an incredible resource when …

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World champion dancer wows guests at wedding reception

Irish dancer at Co Limerick wedding reception

A 19-year-old Irish dancer delighted guests at a wedding by treating them to a remarkable performance. David Geaney, originally from Dingle, Co Kerry is a professional dancer and is currently a part of Irish singing and dancing show ‘Celtic Steps’. He is a five time world-champion Irish dancer.

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Irish whiskey enjoying a global recovery

Irish whiskey enjoying a global recovery. Photo copyright Cafeirlandais CC2.5

Irish whiskey is well on its way to making a big come back after years in the shadows of its Scottish counterpart. An ever increasing number of young people are taking to the drink, prompting businesses to open new distilleries across the country.

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