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Hill of Tara - Home of High Kings
Petition to save the Hill of Tara, Seat of the High Kings of Ireland from proposal to run motorway through it.
Irish Business Culture and Etiquette
Go to this excellent site for tips on social mores and good conduct when on business or pleasure in Ireland.
Irish Referendum Day 2015
May 22nd 2015 is a day when Irish citizens will vote on the 34th and 35th amendments to the Irish constitution. Whether Marriage Equality passes with a majority 'yes' or not, the campaign has shown the sea change in Irish contemporary culture.
Nigerian Missionaries in Kildare
The Bishop of Kildare has invited five Nigerian Sisters to minister to Kildare's people.
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Spay and Neuter Week in Ireland
Itīs "Spay and Neuter Week" in Ireland. Ireland has lagged in keeping the pet population under control. The ISPCA beckons the Irish to safeguard the doggies and moggies with the quick snip; itīs for the best.
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Trees ARE Irish Culture
The first week of March is Irish Tree Week. Irish Culture owes a huge debt to trees. The first Irish alphabet was the ogham or tree alphabet. The Celtic tree calendar followed the seasonal cycle and an ancient Celtic Goddess even married a tree!
USO Supported by Waterford Crystal
Support for US troops wounded in Iraq made possible through the USO and Waterford Crystal.
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