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An Irish lullaby
We read through our post this morning. As you can imagine, we get many letters from readers.
We've got it licked! Our food firms get a taste of gold in UK
Well now it's official - we have great taste! Irish food producers have had tremendous success at this year's Great Taste Awards, run by the Guild of Fine Foods in the UK.
'Golden Vale Railway' for Tipperary?
Tipperary should build a heritage train route for tourists, mirroring the 'Wild Atlantic Way' on the west Coast, suggests one of our readers.
Brave story of the youngest soldier of WW1 - killed at Ypres aged just 14
Private 6322 John Condon was one of thousands of lads who lied about their age to fight for their country, he is recorded as the youngest soldier to die in the war In the corner of Poelcapelle cemetery is a grave standing out from the 6,544 other headstones for British soldiers who died near here in the First World War.
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Researchers Awarded Euros1.2 Million Under Enterprise Ireland's Commercialisation Fund
WATERFORD, Ireland, June 18 -- Waterford Institute of Technology issued the following news release: Enterprise Ireland recently awarded almost Euros1.2 million to Waterford Institute of Technology through its Commercialisation Fund which aims to improve the competitiveness of the Irish economy.