Last Friday 1 May marks the first day the new carbon tax rules take effect on Irish households. The household carbon tax was raised by
St. Patrick’s day is just around the corner but the the prospect of the usual crowded celebrations to mark the National holiday are drifting ever
The first case of the Covid-19 seen in Ireland. The authority has successfully contained the patient, identified as a man who showed positive to the
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Now that it’s finally legal to buy alcohol on Good Friday in Ireland, are we really any happier? Or should we lament losing the charm
the New York Times created a British-Irish dialect quiz. Twitter reacted to this quiz in several interesting ways.
The short answer to this question is yes. Every year, thousands of Irish head off for some much needed sun, with litres of sun cream
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