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300 Key Influencers from 29 Countries at 2015 Global Irish Economic Forum
The 2015 Global Irish Economic Forum kicked off today at Dublin Castle and will continue until Saturday (20-21 November). The Forum's aim is to deepen links with the global Irish diaspora and help to restore our international reputation.

Prearranged jobs required for J1 students in 2016
Plans to introduce a requirement to prearrange jobs for the J1 programme has been made public by the US sponsoring bodies who manage the Irish student participating in the Work Travel Programme.

The Grave of Diarmuid, lover of Grainne, discovered in West Cork
As all Irish students know Diarmuid was the legendary lover of Grainne who was to marry Fionn Mac Cumhail, leader of the Fianna. And the students probably thought that it was just “another old myth”. What most people do not know is that Diarmuid was from West Cork.

Three New Ireland-US Air Routes by Aer Lingus welcomed
Aer Lingus has announced a major expansion of its trans-Atlantic route network. Aer Lingus’ addition of direct flights from Dublin to Los Angeles, Newark and Hartford (Connecticut) represents a 50% increase in the number of US destinations served by the airline.

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Thanksgiving Recipe

thanksgiving recipe Roast Turkey with Chestnut and Prune Stuffing
By Darina Allen

Thanksgiving wouldn't be the same without a plump turkey in the middle of the table. Lovely served with roast potatoes and the traditional brussel sprouts. Perfect for the Christmas table also.

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