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Forum: Ireland

A forum to discuss local issues in Ireland.

  1. Thunderstorms in Ireland

    Couldn't find a weather forum so posted here. Have just heard on the news that there are really bad thunderstorms in Ireland. Hope Captain Buzzard is OK....there have been some bad lightning strikes... Call in Buzz and let us know you're OK [/URL]

    Started by Bez, 08-31-2005 10:50 AM
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  2. Irish Freedom Fighter?

    Joe Cahill was a Belfast man. He was also the Big Man behind the IRA....The Godfather who supplied the guns and the drive for almost 30 years of bloody war in Ireland. He travelled all over the United States for support for the Irish Cause & Fight For Irish Freedom. And many many Americans poured...

    Started by capt_buzzard, 12-09-2004 05:30 AM
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    01-14-2005 03:13 AM Go to last post
  3. Exclamation Helping each other out in Northern Ireland..

    Residents of a quiet suburb of greater Manchester were last night coming to terms with having one of Northern Ireland's most notorious loyalist terrorist in their mist. Security officials said they would monitor the loyalist, who ordered the deaths of up to 40 nationalists in Belfast during the...

    Started by capt_buzzard, 01-11-2005 05:14 AM
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    03-01-2005 05:35 PM Go to last post
  4. Thumbs up Geldof earns Brit award

    Bob Geldof is to be honoured with a special award for outstanding contribution to music at this year's Brit Awards. The former Boomtown Rats frontman will receive the award for his work on the Band Aid/Live Aid songs, which raised millions of euro for the starving in Ethiopia. The Awards now...

    Started by capt_buzzard, 01-11-2005 04:17 PM
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    02-12-2005 08:29 PM Go to last post
  5. Arrow Irish base for high-tech aviation firm

    Aviation techology giant SITA will kick off a new company based in Dublin called Aviareto within months that will slash ''several billion'' off the cost of financing air transport worldwide. At the same time SITA, which acquired Irish company Eland Technologies in 2003, is part of a consortium of...

    Started by capt_buzzard, 01-13-2005 08:47 AM
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  6. Northern Ireland

    Northern Ireland tourism :driving:

    Started by capt_buzzard, 01-18-2005 01:59 PM
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    01-18-2005 01:59 PM Go to last post
  7. Arrow Go Metric Ireland

    Today is Go Metric Day in Ireland, when our road speed signs switch from miles per hour to Kilometres per hour. Another EU challange for us.

    Started by capt_buzzard, 01-20-2005 04:40 PM
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    01-27-2005 05:59 PM Go to last post
  8. Question Irish Peace Process Doomed....

    Gerry Adams of Sinn Fein long used to the red carpet treatment of Southern Irish government buildings as ambassadorial swan of the Northern Ireland Peace Process, found himself branded yesterday as the ugly duckling of the republican paramilitarism and crime. After a bruising stand off with the...

    Started by capt_buzzard, 01-26-2005 04:51 PM
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  9. News from here

    A mayor security operation was activated at Ireland's Shannon Airport today for the stopover of US Vice President Dick Cheney on his way to Poland. There had been some speculation that Mr Cheney would stay in the region a short time and possibly even meet with our Prime Minister, Berti Ahern or...

    Started by capt_buzzard, 01-26-2005 05:52 PM
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  10. Question 'Cold Case' Squad to review 2,100 Troubles Deaths

    A Special team of 100 staff, including 50 detectives, is to be recuited to reinvestigate killings that took place during the troubles of Northern Ireland. More than 2,100 deaths will be re-examined. Those recuited will include retired Royal Ulster Constabulary ( RUC) Northern Ireland, and Southern...

    Started by capt_buzzard, 02-06-2005 07:42 AM
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    03-01-2005 06:03 PM Go to last post
  11. Exclamation Over 1,000 British Soldiers died in Northern Ireland Conflict

    The number of British soldiers who died during the conflict in Northern Ireland is substantially higher than previously thought, with more then 1,000 dead. An unacknowledged cost of the conflict has been the estimated 100 soldiers who committed susicde and a similar number who died in accidents. ...

    Started by capt_buzzard, 02-07-2005 09:39 AM
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    02-07-2005 10:01 AM Go to last post
  12. Failte - Welcome

    I see another Irishman has arrived, Welcome to Oliver:yh_shamrk

    Started by capt_buzzard, 02-07-2005 01:06 PM
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  13. Talking Big Brother Comes To Town

    On Wednesday morning, Kathleen, a grandmother from Dundalk Co Louth had told her husband she was going to see the doctor. In fact, she had a rather different appointment. Kathlean boarded a train to Dublin to take part in auditions for the reality TV show Big Brother. Wearing a fetching pair of...

    Started by capt_buzzard, 02-19-2005 06:06 PM
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  14. Exclamation Should we give our kids a mobile?

    The latest health warning scare about young children having mobile phones has parents caught between a rock and a hard place. Do you give children a mobile in case they need to contact you in an emergency? Or do you take it off them for safety reasons in case it is doing them radiation damage? The...

    Started by capt_buzzard, 02-22-2005 03:01 PM
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    03-09-2005 02:44 PM Go to last post
  15. Exclamation American Invasion of Ireland

    First it was Google, then MSN, eBay and now Yahoo is to setup a Euuropean Centre in Ireland. Yahoo will open its centre in Dublin in April 05. "Dan Rosenweig told a press conference in Dublin that Yahoo Ireland, will be responsible for European business in three main areas, a shared - services...

    Started by capt_buzzard, 02-23-2005 01:35 PM
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    02-23-2005 01:46 PM Go to last post
  16. Exclamation Finucane inquiry 'will be stymied'

    IRISH INDEPENDENT 16th March 2005,The fully independent inquiry into allegations of British security forces collusion with loyalist protestant para military groups in Northern Ireland, into the murder of Pat Finucane, promised by British Prime Minister, Tony Blair at Weston Park in 2001, will not...

    Started by capt_buzzard, 03-16-2005 02:23 PM
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  17. Question Die hard faithfull still supportering SF-IRA

    Gerry Adams was on stage as a guest of New York's Transport Workers Union explaining how comfortable he feels in America, when one of the myriad orange, green and white balloons festooning the hall popped with a loud bang. "That', he said without pause, ''also makes me feel at home''. It was a...

    Started by capt_buzzard, 03-17-2005 03:16 AM
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    03-18-2005 07:22 AM Go to last post
  18. Thumbs up Cork

    County Cork Ireland's second city is finally finding its place on the European stage. Cork's year of Culture 2005 ( (

    Started by capt_buzzard, 03-27-2005 04:59 AM
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  19. Cool Pope John Paul 11 in Irish Pub ( Pub regulars were amazed when a spooky image of Pope John Paul 11 appeared in their local bar in County Waterford. Pub owner Brian 'Neill hailed the divine intervention and admitted, 'I couldn't believe my eyes, it is John Paul 11 himself in my...

    Started by capt_buzzard, 04-29-2005 08:57 AM
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  20. Post Power of the Papal Brand

    Irish Independent News There is now a generation of young Irish people under 30, perhaps up to 40 years for whom religion in general, and the Roman Catholic Church in particular,are in practice totally irrelevant. They have no interest whatsoever in the various debates between ''liberals'' and...

    Started by capt_buzzard, 04-30-2005 04:19 AM
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    04-30-2005 10:36 AM Go to last post

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