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Ireland Goes Dark Amidst Lockdown

Public Spaces usually held for mass gatherings in Ireland have become deserted. This follows after both governments in Ireland implemented social distancing measures, with citizens providing overwhelming support for strict protocols to curve the COVID-19 Pandemic. It’s seen individuals not … Continue reading

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Irish Citizens Abroad Told to Return Home

Multiple countries have begun informing their abroad citizens to return home amidst the coronavirus outbreak. These warning extended to the Irish Department of Foreign Affairs, who requested that all tourists located in Spain and across the European Union return home … Continue reading

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Public Facilities & Schools Shut Down in Northern Ireland

The Republic of Ireland has begun reacting to the drastic alterations following the increasing spread of COVID-19. It prompted local authorities to shutdown Elementary Schools, Colleges and multiple public facilities. These measures will remain into effect until March 29th, with … Continue reading

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Northern Ireland & Scotland Bridge Development Receives Backlash

Multiple individuals are protesting a new proposal which would see Northern Ireland and Scotland be connected via a bridge. This would require a substantial engineering foot across the Celtic Crossing, with experts determining that this concept is unrealistic. Boris Johnson … Continue reading

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The Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Bridge Opens

Individuals transporting between Rosslare and Cork are about to have a considerably shorter driver. This follows after the New Ross Bypass has officially opened, saving thirty minutes on scheduled drivers for Irish Citizens. Included with this new Bypass is the … Continue reading

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Northern Ireland Changing Rapidly

It’s been five years since Northern Ireland had a working government. Delegations regarding Brexit, the Democratic Unionist Party and the National Party for Ireland prompted substantial delays regarding the reformation of a new government. Entering into the new decade, things … Continue reading

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Northern Ireland’s Tourist Boom

The Coastline for Northern Ireland is rated as one of the most beautiful destinations worldwide. Limestone cliffs with ancient castles from the 1600s bring thousands of tourists to this location yearly. The natural landscape isn’t the only factor that brings … Continue reading

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Ireland’s Seaside Towns

There aren’t many countries that maintain the same level of beauty as Ireland. It’s been some time since we’ve discussed the local hotspots in Ireland, with this most recent list pertaining to the seaside towns that border the Atlantic. Below … Continue reading

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Ireland’s Top Three Historical Locations

Ireland is historically one of the most extensive countries worldwide. It holds significant pieces of history, including passage tombs that predate Stonehenge. There’s everything from Abbeys to Castles, with prehistoric monuments located country-wide. Included with these historical entities are legends … Continue reading

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Ancient Humans Nestled in Ireland

Archaeologists have spent the better far of five years researching a historical site in Northern Ireland. The Navan Fort is one of the most important sites worldwide, being one of the main tourist attractions in Ulster. It’s here that the … Continue reading

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