Tag Archives: Ireland

A history of travel

Next year, Liverpool as a city officially becomes 810 years old, and with so much history behind it, it may be    ... more

Pirate queen

Grace O’Malley is believed to have been born in or around 1530 and was the daughter of a Gaelic chieftain and    ... more

The green scene

On the 17th of March each year, the towns and cities of Ireland turn shades of green, white and orange as    ... more

Increasing accountability

Special tax arrangements for international businesses operating in the United Kingdom may continue to be a challenging task for Her Majesty’s    ... more

The evolution of morality in marriage

The Republic of Ireland became the first country to legalise same-sex marriage through direct popular vote when the country voted ‘Yes’    ... more

The changing face of marriage

The 22nd of May aims to be the day to hold the referendums on marriage and the age of Presidential candidates    ... more

The greenest day in the emerald isle

For four days, amidst the various shades of green, boisterous singing commemorating Saint Patrick and the arrival of Christianity in Ireland    ... more

Celebrate in emerald green

Sitting at the mouth of the River Liffey, on Ireland’s east coast, is Dublin. The capital of the Emerald Isle and    ... more

A lasting impact

A decade ago the Republic of Ireland introduced the world’s very first smoking ban for the workplace. The initial impact sparked    ... more

Perfect remedy will increase hunger

In the Six Nations, a 'fearless' England side showed true grit, and proved there is plenty to take from a campaign    ... more

Medical mobile benefits

Interpreting X-rays may be a skill for young doctors to learn. A new app, developed by a group of IT specialists    ... more

Nations prepare for tournament return

The RBS Six Nations Championship begins shortly, and the competing nations last week confirmed their squads for the upcoming tournament. The    ... more