Ireland's West: A life less stressed
Chasing the optimal balance between living, leisure and work? Then Look
West. Shorter commutes, believable property prices, a more affordable
cost of living, superb educational facilities, job opportunities where
skill and experience matters... The West can give you all this and more.
Clare, Galway, Mayo, Roscommon, Leitrim, Sligo and Donegal.
look West, and put your life centre stage.
- Mental Health: Do you feel that there is apathy towards problems relating to suicide and mental health?
Yes 75% - No 25%
New Poll:Do you feel that further construction of the M3 motorway near the hill of Tara should be halted?
bells to chime for Lindsay?
Lindsay Lohan was back to her Best as she left rehab to celebrate her
Meryl Streep will lend her good name to Belfast’s Metropolitan
Arts Center in an effort to help the establishment make up a £1.2
million funding shortfall.
What a Mess!
The rain and the muck didn’t dampen the enthusiasm of the thousands
who descended on the annual Oxegen music festival last weekend in Co.
Yank Doesn’t Know Duddy
The last thing you expect to do on a Sunday night is Google an American boxing
writer by the name of Don Stradley.
to Fight for Moore, Duddy
Wicklow native James Moore will take on Chris Overbey in an eight-round fight
in the main event at “Punchin’ in the Paradise 4,” July 12 at
the Paradise Theater in the Bronx.
Sets New Goals
Irish winger Aiden McGeady wants to improve his goal scoring rate when Celtic
defend their Scottish Premier League title next season.
North by north west
“APART from the igneous and metamorphic strata of the Slieve Gamph, Sligo mostly sits on a carboniferous strata of limestone.”
Can I Return?
"Having read your column on the Internet, I would like some advice on the
following situation regarding my immigration status."
Classed as one of Ireland’s most venerated prehistoric treasures, the Hill of Tara has been immortalised in Irish folklore for centuries.
Tickets to giveaway
Win tickets to the award winning play Tom Crean - Antarctic Explorer in New York.
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IRISH AMERICA MAGAZINE
A Comic Worth His Salt
Ardal O’Hanlon is describing Ireland’s economic doldrums in
the 1980s and how they shaped his career. more...
of the Southwest
It’s suitable that the Irish Cultural Center of Phoenix’s expansion
plans were celebrated with an exhibit of one of the largest and finest
private Irish art collections in the world.
John McGahern, said that writing fiction is “linked to the realization
that we’re not going to live forever and the way of saying and the
language become more important than the story,”.
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