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  • Features: Tributes to a Galway man who struck the most important 2 iron of our lives » Inside Ireland

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    Original URL path: /2016/01/07/features-tributes-to-a-galway-man-who-struck-the-most-important-2-iron-of-our-lives-109334/ (2016-02-11)



  • OPINION: “NATIONALISM” HAS NOTHING TO CELEBRATE IN 2016 » Inside Ireland

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    Original URL path: /2016/01/04/opinion-nationalism-has-nothing-to-celebrate-in-2016-109321/ (2016-02-11)


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    clear of the English soccer managerial merry go round this festive season because as far as soap operas go it s not even that entertaining St Stephen s Day Beauty Column The cat who got the cream With the sales beginning here s some ideas for beauty products some of the latest moisturising creams on the market What are our tracks of the year and which song is our track of 2015 What s our tracks of the year Which song is our track of 2015 Opinion Imam in Ireland argues it is time to build bridges between communities to promote Peace and Integration in western society In this week s opinion piece for Christmas the Head Imam of Al Mustafa Islamic Educational Cultural Centre Ireland argues that it is time to build bridges between communities to promote Peace and Integration in western society Nollaig Shona Daoibh go Léir Happy Christmas to all our readers The management and staff of InsideIreland ie would like to wish all our readers stakeholders and writing team the happiest of Christmases Features Average wages in Northern Ireland are they really that low This month s features looks at the average wage in Northern Ireland as the national living wage in the UK will rise to 7 20 an hour for workers in April and tries to find if the wages in the North really are that low Comment and Opinion Is the message of Christmas still relevant today In this season of Christmas Nicola Knight looks at the claims of historical accuracy in the telling of the original nativity story and argues that the message of peace reconciliation hope and joy seems as relevant today as in that little village of Bethlehem two thousand years ago New Irish translation of comic book Asterix gently sends up English customs A new Irish translation of comic book Asterix Asterix i dTír na Sasanach gently sends up English customs and makes references to Margaret Thatcher and not very flattering portrayals of English cuisine the class system and warm beer Round 4 of the Champions Cup saw Ulster record back to back wins against Toulouse while defeat for Leinster and Munster Round 4 of the Champions Cup saw Ulster record a back to back win against Toulouse while Leinster lost at home to Toulon as did Munster away to Leicester In the Challenge Cup Newcastle were convincing home winners over Connacht What is the most expensive city in the world for business travel Oslo is the most expensive European city to do business but what is the most costly city for business travel Ulster only Irish winners in European Champions Cup Ulster only Irish winners in weekend s European Champions Cup action while Connacht win the Challenge Cup Themed Thursday Beauty Column Fresh as the morning dew This week s beauty column aims to suggest products which will have you looking as fresh as the morning dew 20 people killed on roads across the island of Ireland in

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  • Blog: Involvement in elections is a most remarkable, wearying voluntary thing, yet it is democracy in action » Inside Ireland

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    Original URL path: /2015/05/12/blog-involvement-in-elections-is-a-most-remarkable-wearying-voluntary-thing-yet-it-is-democracy-in-action-108321/ (2016-02-11)


  • Ah, yes, I remember it well! My first ever Ryder Cup TV moment » Inside Ireland

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    Original URL path: /2014/09/24/ah-yes-i-remember-it-well-my-first-ever-ryder-cup-tv-moment-79830/ (2016-02-11)


  • Blog: My first experience of watching an exciting new player- Brian O’Driscoll » Inside Ireland

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    Original URL path: /2014/06/03/blog-my-first-experience-of-watching-an-exciting-player-brian-odriscoll-106408/ (2016-02-11)


  • Blog: If North get to host Tour de France, it would be nice if there was better weather for it » Inside Ireland

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    Original URL path: /2014/05/17/blog-if-north-get-to-host-tour-de-france-it-would-be-nice-if-there-was-better-weather-for-it-106233/ (2016-02-11)


  • Blog: Three-day organic juice detox diet was ‘hard physically and mentally’ » Inside Ireland

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    Original URL path: /2014/01/07/blog-three-day-organic-juice-detox-diet-was-hard-physically-and-mentally-102741/ (2016-02-11)




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