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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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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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Top 10 Irish podcasts to get you through the day

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For those who want something to listen to while they’re out and about or just want something to tune into while they’re at home, Irish podcasts are the way to

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Meet the Irish folklorist preserving our stories for future generations

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If you grew up in Ireland, then chances are that you’ve heard about the wondrous tales of the likes of The Children of Lír and The Salmon of Knowledge, but

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12 great Irish short films that you can watch for free online now

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Looking for something to watch but find yourself browsing endlessly? Never fear, we’ve got you covered. There is an abundance of Irish films (both in English and in the Irish

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Meet Lian McGillycuddy the Bilingual YouTuber who’s making waves over in Japan

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For many, the world of YouTube and Vloggers may be still quite foreign to them but for Lian McGillycuddy this is part of her livelihood. This brilliant Irish YouTuber whose channel

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#SelfIsolationHelp is the wholesome hashtag Ireland needs right now

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If you’re looking for some wholesome, feel-good updates on social media in the midst all of this chaos, then look no further than #SelfIsolationHelp. Though it may appear to be

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5000 people from 135 countries become Irish citizens this week

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5000 people from over 130 countries will officially become Irish citizens over the next few days. Ireland’s newest citizens will receive their certificates of naturalisation and take the oath of

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