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Ireland will not be ‘pawn’ in Brexit talks

17 August 2017 02:48:29 WN.com - World News

LONDON: Ireland warned on Wednesday it would not be used as a "pawn" in British attempts to force the pace of Brexit negotiations, after London unveiled its plans for the fraught Irish border issue. Brussels has refused to start talks on future trading ties with Britain until certain priority issues are resolved, including how the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland will be managed after Brexit. But London says the issue of how goods and people...

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Britain seeks Brexit without borders for Northern Ireland

16 August 2017 18:16:55 The Daily Star >> News

Britain has said there should be no border posts or immigration checks between Ireland and the British province of Northern Ireland after Brexit, in a paper that attempts to resolve one of the most complex aspects of its departure from the European Union

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Passchendaele and Ireland’s war

09 August 2017 00:22:26 WN.com - Europe News

On the centenary of the Battle of Passchendaele an academic from Goldsmiths, University of London looks at its place in Irish history. 31 July 1917 saw the start of the Third Battle of Ypres, commonly known as the Battle of Passchendaele, in Belgium, in which hundreds of thousands of Allied and German soldiers would lose their lives. Richard Grayson, Professor of Twentieth Century History at Goldsmiths, has written extensively on Ireland and the First World War and as an Associate Member of the Northern Ireland Centenary Committee is involved in the centenary commemorations. I asked Richard about Passchendaele, the overlooked role of Irish soldiers, and his own family connection to the...

Vice All News Time09 August 2017 00:22:26


Ireland triumph at Celtic Games

07 August 2017 13:00:17 WN.com - Africa News

POSTED: August 06 2017 Ireland triumph at Celtic Games Ireland won the overall team title at the Celtic Games with a number of excellent performances in Morton Stadium yesterday. Ireland tallied 188 points overall to top...

Vice All News Time07 August 2017 13:00:17


Ireland wants 'bridges, not borders' post-Brexit

04 August 2017 23:23:28 WN.com - World News

Ireland wants 'bridges, not borders' post-Brexit... ......

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Butchers raring to go in Ireland

03 August 2017 15:35:28 WN.com - Africa News

Wales Women forward Alisha Butchers believes Rowland Phillips' squad is in fine fettle as they get ready to set off on their World Cup adventure. Tough clashes with New Zealand and Canada - ranked second and third in the world respectively - await Wales in the next week or so, as does a meeting with Hong Kong. But 10-cap flanker Butcher, still just 20, can't wait for a chance to impress on the global stage. She said: 'I'm really looking forward to the tournament. I can't emphasise how much the challenge means to me at this stage. I just want to get out to Ireland now. 'To play at a World Cup is what I've always dreamed of since I...

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Malawi for better bilateral relations with Ireland

03 August 2017 15:18:26 Malawi Nyasa Times – Malawi breaking news in Malawi

Government has said it will continue to provide an enabling environment for effective bilateral cooperation between Malawi and Ireland. Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Emmanuel Fabiano said this Tuesday during a farewell reception... The post Malawi for better bilateral relations with Ireland appeared first on Malawi Nyasa Times - Malawi breaking news in Malawi .

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Rural Ireland abandoned on broadband

21 July 2017 18:39:13 WN.com - Africa News

21 July 2017 Statement by Willie Penrose TD Spokesperson on Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Rural & Community Affairs Deputy Willie Penrose reacts to the information emanating from the CSO Survey, that Ballynacargy has one of the lowest levels of broadband coverage in rural areas across the Country. Deputy Penrose Stated 'There has been a cacophony of lip service to rural Ireland by many Ministers of various political persuasions over the last number of years. They always state that they wish to ensure that citizens of rural areas who have a valued contribution to make to economic activity will have the tools to do so. Unfortunately the action that follows subsequently never matches the...

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Northern Ireland - thinking GLOBAL

16 July 2017 10:33:30 WN.com - Africa News

28 April 2017 | CBI Northern Ireland Press release, Update The best of Northern Ireland business came together this week at the CBI's Annual Dinner to celebrate their successes and also to send out some clear messages to local politicians. More Northern Ireland businesses are demonstrating global ambition as we create a globally competitive economy that works for everyone. That was the message from CBI Northern Ireland Chair, David Gavaghan, as he welcomed guests to the business organisation's regional Annual Dinner at Belfast Waterfront this evening. The event Strategic Partner was Barclays Bank, supported by MCS Group. In his remarks to a sell-out audience of 600 guests, the CBI Northern...

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Northern Ireland's digital economy seminar

15 July 2017 23:42:52 WN.com - Europe News

3 March 2015 | CBI Northern Ireland Events, Snippet The value and opportunity of Northern Ireland's digital economy was the key focus of a CBI breakfast seminar in Belfast this morning. In partnership with Rainbow Communications, the event heard from experts on the current condition of the digital economy locally, including the roll-out of the Superfast Broadband and 4G technologies, as well as the growth and expansion opportunities that exist for business in embracing new forms of technology. Pictured left to right: Jonathan Rose, Northern Ireland Director, Ofcom; Emma Collins, CBI and David Beatty, Rainbow Communications. The value and opportunity of Northern Ireland's digital economy was...

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