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Opinion Piece: The Dual Nationality “Dilemma”

Ireland is a small country both in population and in density, at 84,421 kilometres in size, you could fit Ireland into Russia 202 times.  However, that doesn’t tell the full story, for Ireland is very much intertwined with and defined by emigration as early as the Middle Ages, from around the 1700’s between 9-10 million

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Long Read: Where are all the Irish managers in England gone?

Every few months we seem to return to the same conversation and media talking points, “Should Kenny Go?,” “Who should replace Kenny,” “Where do we go from here?” etc etc etc.  For me, the constant repetition of the same old talking points has gotten boring very quickly. For the record, I’m still a self-proclaimed Kennyite

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Media’s focus on tension rather than context is completely wrong

The Irish Women’s Team returned to an inspired crowd last Thursday. They sang and danced, just like they did in Brisbane after bowing out, unusual in heartbreaking circumstances. However, it was a visual representation of the magnitude and context of what they had accomplished. Even if there were issues going on in the background, it

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