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North Korea to co-host Winter Olympics

By Tatiana Kireeva / June 21, 2017

North Korea may be involved in hosting some Winter Olympic skiing events next year. This suggestion came from South Korea which is the official host of  The Winter Olympics in February 2018.   North and South Korea’s political relations won’t have any influence on The Winter Olympics. North Korea is welcomed to take part and […]

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Borussia Dortmund football team bus bombed

By admin / April 11, 2017

Three explosions have hit the bus carrying the Borussia Dortmund football team to their Champions League match against Monaco, the club says. Spanish International Player Marc Bartra has been injured and has been taken to hospital. Police in North-Rhine Westphalia said the stadium has not been evacuated – in fact, fans have been asked to […]

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Stephen Curry Shoots A Record Night

By Craig Marshall / November 8, 2016

Stephen Curry sets the NBA record for most 3 pointers made in a single game. Last night the Golden State Warriors played the New Orleans Pelicans in California. The talented point guard broke the record for most 3 pointers in a single game, making an incredible thirteen 3’s in just thirty six minutes of playing […]

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The Wild Atlantic Way

By Lorna / October 4, 2016

Strap on your helmets and get on your runners – I’m going to give you a tour of the Wild Atlantic Way (WAW). This route is a designated path stretching the length of the country, from Donegal to Cork along the West coast. It is a must see to properly experience the beauty of the […]

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Up The Dubs

By admin / October 3, 2016

Dublin Defeat Mayo To Retain All-Ireland Title The boys in blue managed a dramatic victory over Mayo at Croke Park this weekend, retaining the All Ireland SFC title for a second year running. Following the tied first encounter last month, fans on Saturday night were treated to an explosive rematch which saw the home team capitalise […]

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Allardyce leaves England job after one game

By Seamus Holland / September 27, 2016

Allardyce’s 67-day reign as England manager is finished, but he leaves with a 100% win record… Sam Allardyce was seen on camera giving advice to reporters acting as Asian businessmen on how to “avoid rules” about third-party ownership of players. In a video filmed by undercover reporters, Allardyce said it was “not a problem” to […]

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Wales v Belgium Euro 2016 Quarter Final Preview

By admin / July 1, 2016

Tonight we see the second quarter-final of Euro 2016 taking place as the Stade Pierre-Mauroy in Lille plays host to Wales and Belgium Wales manager Chris Coleman has no injuries to worry about as he prepares his side for tonight’s historic encounter. Wales are currently competing in their first ever European Championship and have been […]

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Poland v Portugal Euro 2016 Quarter Final Preview

By admin / June 30, 2016

Tonight (30th of June) will see the first of the Euro 2016 quarter-finals taking place. Poland play Portugal in the Stade Vélodrome in Marseille with kick-off at 8 p.m Irish time. Poland have reached the quarter-finals in the European Championships for the first time in their history. Despite two 3rd place finishes in the 1974 […]

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Iceland Pull Off Famous Win

By admin / June 28, 2016

Monday night saw the last of the quarter finalists picked as Iceland pulled off a famous victory. The small Nordic Island, with a population of only 320,000, sent England home early from yet another international tournament after the entertaining game which finished 2-1. The English team, who may be forgiven for thinking this game would […]

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Best places to watch the Euros

By admin / June 10, 2016

Selection of the 10 best pubs where you can watch the Euros The Living Room – Cathal Brugha Street With Dublin’s largest  beer garden & Europe’s largest outdoor screen as well many other plasma screens the Living Room is our top choice for watching the Euros in Dublin. The Church – Jervis St, Dublin 1 open […]

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