Irish passports eligible for SmartGate use

Irish passports eligible for SmartGate use

23 November 2014

The SmartGate technology used at Australia’s major airports is being expanded to accommodate Irish passport holders.

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Live from Perth :: Ireland v Australia

Live from Perth :: Ireland v Australia

22 November 2014

Live blog from Patersons Stadium of the 2014 International Rules test match between Ireland and Australia

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O’Connell waters down French rumours

O’Connell waters down French rumours

22 November 2014

Ireland take on the Wallabies in Dublin in a bid to rack up their seventh consecutive win. The Irish are slight favourites to down the Aussies.

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International Rules plan for New York

International Rules plan for New York

22 November 2014

The AFL and GAA have discussed the possibility of a International Rules test in New York as soon as next year.

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Australia and Me: Gemma Leacy

Australia and Me: Gemma Leacy

22 November 2014

The week the Irish Echo caught up with Gemma Leacy from Killarney, Co. Kerry, who now lives in Melbourne.

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Tom Meagher Down Under for White Ribbon

Tom Meagher Down Under for White Ribbon

21 November 2014

Tom Meagher, the husband of Jill Meagher, will visit Australia later this week in his capacity as ambassador for White Ribbon – a male-led campaign to stop violence against women.

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Bono slams Abbott over Ebola crisis

Bono slams Abbott over Ebola crisis

21 November 2014

U2’s Bono has criticised the Australian government for its response to the Ebola crisis.

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QIA election to set future course

QIA election to set future course

21 November 2014

With a debt of $3.125 million falling due on June 30 next, the incoming president of the Queensland Irish Association (QIA) faces a difficult task.

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Simpsons creator steps in to save ‘gay’ bull

Simpsons creator steps in to save ‘gay’ bull

20 November 2014

A "gay" bull has been saved from slaughter after the terminally ill co-creator of The Simpsons donated thousands towards its rescue.

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Water charges U-turn leaves ‘budget hole’

Water charges U-turn leaves ‘budget hole’

20 November 2014

Irish homes face further hidden costs on top of a €160 charge to bankroll a controversial new water utility company, experts have warned.

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