Awards to celebrate best in business

Awards to celebrate best in business

18 December 2014

The Irish Australian Chamber of Commerce (IACC) has announced new awards to honour the Irish in business.

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Mums ‘greive’ for emigrants, study finds

Mums ‘greive’ for emigrants, study finds

17 December 2014

The Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing (TILDA), led by Trinity College Dublin, has shown that mothers experienced increased depression and greater loneliness than mothers whose children did not emigrate.

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Outback life’s a beach for Irish geologist

Outback life’s a beach for Irish geologist

16 December 2014

At times she might have to stay in the Australian outback for weeks on end, the only female for miles, 1,250km from home and two hours from the nearest shop, but Kelly Kilheeney wouldn’t want it any other way.

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Sydney siege ends, three dead including gunman

Sydney siege ends, three dead including gunman

16 December 2014

Three people have died, including the gunman, during a hostage crisis that ended when officers stormed a cafe in Sydney.

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Irish citizens advised to avoid Sydney CBD

Irish citizens advised to avoid Sydney CBD

15 December 2014

Irish citizens have been advised to avoid Sydney's CBD.

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Sinéad calls for Gerry Adams to resign

Sinéad calls for Gerry Adams to resign

11 December 2014

Sinn Féin has defended its leader Gerry Adams after singer Sinéad O'Connor joined the party and immediately demanded he stand down.

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Melbourne Cup at the Cat and Fiddle

Melbourne Cup at the Cat and Fiddle

10 December 2014

The original Melbourne Cup 2014 trophy will be at the Cat and Fiddle Hotel in Balmain on Sunday.

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Embattled Taoiseach rules out early poll

Embattled Taoiseach rules out early poll

10 December 2014

Enda Kenny has insisted his coalition government will remain in power until 2016.

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Macca’s object to Aussie Supermacs plan

Macca’s object to Aussie Supermacs plan

05 December 2014

Plans to bring Irish brand Supermac's to Australia have been delayed because fast food giant McDonald's objected to the Irish firm's name being used there, according to the Irish Independent.

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Ireland bid to host 2023 Rugby World Cup

Ireland bid to host 2023 Rugby World Cup

05 December 2014

An all-Ireland bid to stage the 2023 Rugby World Cup will be officially unveiled later today.

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