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Irish repay Famine kindness by supporting Navajo nation struck by COVID19

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A significant number of Irish people are donating money to Native American tribes who have been affected by the COVID19 pandemic. At least 41 people in the Navajo Nation in

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County by county: The Irish businesses and communities rallying together during the COVID-19 pandemic

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From #SelfIsolationHelp on Twitter and Facebook to communities and businesses coming together as one county by county, the message is clear: We can work together to help combat this pandemic.

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Hotel Doolin’s random act of kindness stands out during the COVID-19 pandemic

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As our nation deals with the announcement that Ireland is on lockdown, one hotel in County Clare is taking the opportunity to cater to vulnerable people in the area. Hotel

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Irish Women in Harmony release star-studded cover of ‘Dreams’ in aid of Safe Ireland

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A new and rousing cover of The Cranberries’ Dreams featuring over 30 of Ireland’s most exciting female artists and musicians has been released. With a mix of well-known, established and

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TV writer Declan De Barra on music, creativity and writing for The Witcher

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Note: Minor spoilers for Netflix’s The Witcher Declan de Barra has had quite a varied career. The Irishman has travelled the world with his music and has written for massive

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Dublin’s most popular library books revealed

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Dublin City Council has revealed a list of the most popular library books that have been borrowed during the Covid-19 lockdown. Man Who Didn’t Call by Rosie Walsh tops the list

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Colourful, creative and virtual Cruinniú na nÓg launched for young people of Ireland

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Celebrating youthful creativity by creating together but staying apart, Cruinniú na nÓg’s line-up for 2020 has been announced. Wicklow County Council today revealed their Cruinniú na nÓg lineup which features celebrity chef

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Do you KnowYour5K? New initiative invites locals to share insights on hidden heritage of Ireland

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A new initiative called ‘KnowYour5k’ has been launched from the Heritage Council and National Museum of Ireland and invites the Irish public to share their discoveries and insights about the

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Two Irish journalists win prestigious Pulitzer Prizes

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Two Irish journalists were amongst the winners of the Pulitzer Prizes that were announced this week. Limerick native Malachy Browne won a Pulitzer for his work on a series of

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Say 👋 to Dubliner Keith Broni, the Irish Emoji Officer

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Emoticons have come a long way since the characters appeared back in 1999. If you’re a smartphone user, then the chances are that you’ve used emojis and emoticons in some

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