Fusion Fighters Tg4’s street dance competition
Aug23

Fusion Fighters Tg4’s street dance competition

Scoth na damhsóirí anseo in Inis How good are these guys Fushion...

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Amazing view of gorse fire on Bray Head
Aug17

Amazing view of gorse fire on Bray Head

Skycam Ireland took some brilliant footage of the blaze. It seems every year the gorse catches fire with a late summer hot spell.

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Joe Derrane, the greatest Irish music button box player of all time.
Jul25

Joe Derrane, the greatest Irish music button box player of all time.

Joe Derrane passed away on Friday, following a long illness. He is, by common assent, the greatest Irish music button box player of all time. The Boston native set new standards. A truly wonderful gentleman and miraculous musician. This tape is a bit older, but shows Joe at the height of his powers. (BTW, that’s Chicago’s Liz Carroll sitting on Joe’s right.)...

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Friends star Courteney Cox Visits Kerry
Jul04

Friends star Courteney Cox Visits Kerry

Hollywood and Friends star Courteney Cox is in Kerry right now, taking part in a Bear Grylls’ survival skills reality TV show called Running Wild. With Courteney tweeting the news of her visit to her 979,000 followers, it’s more good news for tourism and comes just days after the beautiful Kerry landscape was showcased to millions of Top Gear fans by Chris Evans and Matt LeBlanc. Niall Gibbons, CEO of Tourism Ireland, said: “This...

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Singer Frances Black elected to the Seanad.
Apr28

Singer Frances Black elected to the Seanad.

Singer Frances Black elected to the Seanad. Singer Frances Black has been elected to the Seanad. Black, who is founder of addiction charity the RISE foundation, is entering political office via the Industrial and Commercial Vocational panel. She is a well known and popular singer in Irish Music. Good on ‘ya, Frances, from all of us at LiveIreland! Senator Black, now!!! Singer Frances Black elected to the...

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St Patrick’s celebrations get the green light around the world
Mar17

St Patrick’s celebrations get the green light around the world

Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening goes from strength to strength with 190 major landmarks and sites taking part this year – celebrating Ireland and St Patrick Some 190 iconic landmarks and sites around the world will be illuminated in green over the coming days – as part of Tourism Ireland’s 2016 Global Greening initiative to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. From Rome to Rio and from London to Las Vegas, a host of...

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CELEBRATE THE ST. PATRICK’S DAY FESTIVAL AT GUINNESS STOREHOUSE
Mar15

CELEBRATE THE ST. PATRICK’S DAY FESTIVAL AT GUINNESS STOREHOUSE

Join us to celebrate St Patrick’s Weekend in Dublin at the Guinness Storehouse. From 16th – 20th March we’ll be celebrating our 10th annual St. Patrick’s Day Festival! Here at the Guinness Storehouse in Dublin we believe everyone is Irish on St. Patrick’s Day, which is why we invite everyone to the Home of Guinness® for some of Ireland’s best live music, entertainment, food and of course, a perfect pint of Guinness. Our opening...

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Boeing 767 to create glamping village in Sligo
Mar02

Boeing 767 to create glamping village in Sligo

Boeing 767-200 series to land in Enniscrone! After almost 30years of transatlantic flights, the Boeing 767 is almost ready to embark on the historic final leg of its journey along The Wild Atlantic Way. A team of engineers have been working on the 159ft long x 158ft wide passenger aircraft in Shannon Airport since early 2015 getting it ready for its transportation to the innovative glamping site ‘Quirky Nights Glamping’ in...

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County Tyrone Style Furniture Removals
Feb08

County Tyrone Style Furniture Removals

If you ever want your sofa removed and be entertained all in one package, call someone in Tyrone. You won’t be disappointed!  ...

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Book of Condolences for Irish Broadcast Legend Terry Wogan.
Jan30

Book of Condolences for Irish Broadcast Legend Terry Wogan.

Books of Condolences will be opened from tomorrow morning in Limerick, the native city of the late Terry Wogan. Limerick City and County Council has confirmed that members of the public will be able to express their condolences from 10am tomorrow with separate books being opened at the Council buildings in Dooradoyle and in Merchants Quay. An online Book of Condolences also will be hosted on www.limerick.ie Councillor Liam Galvin,...

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