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Tuesday January 8, 2013

NEWS

Ireland Holds First Meetings Of EU Presidency

Ireland has taken over the presidency of the European Union, with a pledge to focus on "stability, growth and jobs" Read more...

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BUSINESS

The Gathering Gets Off To A Flying Start

The fa├žade of Trinity College in the heart of Dublin city was lit up with a projection with a simple message "Love from Dublin", and with that sentiment a year-long tourism initiative called The Gathering was launched on New Year's Eve Read more...

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ARTS

A Feeling Of Belonging With Susan McKeown

Halfway through her concert at 92YTribeca Saturday night, Susan McKeown took off her high heels... "Just tonight," she said. "It's New York. We're home." Read more...

Ronnie McGinn's Poetry Page

To put us in the New Year mood we've poems from Ed Broderick of Rockaway, New York, together with a special bonus this week with a poem from Tom O'Connor of the Mallow Poetry Group in Co. Cork, whose poem speaks for itself. It touches our intellect and senses, in mind, body and thought, on a tragedy that shocked the world Read more...

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OPINION

Low-Info Voters Just Not Interested In Politics

How many times have you tried to have a serious conversation about current events only to have your listeners say, "I'm not interested in politics"? Read more...

Eamonn O'Loghlin (1951-2013) RIP

Eamonn O'Loghlin, born in Ennistymon, County Clare, Republic of Ireland on September 7, 1951, passed away on Friday, January 4th, 2013 at the age of 61, surrounded by family and friends Read more...

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FEATURES

Labor Of Love Reaches Its Tenth Birthday, And It's Having A Party

Longtime restaurateur, lifetime New Yorker and Irish-American, Bruce Caulfield had known for a long time that he would end up involved in the bar and restaurant business in New York... Read more...

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DIGITAL EDITION

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SPORTS

Ulster Destroy The Second-Placed Scarlets

RaboDirect PRO12 leaders Ulster got back to business at Ravenhill with an emphatic five-try demolition of the second-placed Scarlets, as a late flourish of three tries in the final 10 minutes blew away Simon Easterby's Welsh side Read more...

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