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The Founder of Old Moore’s Almanac Appears in Old Irish Folklore

Old Moore’s Almanac is a very important part of Irish history, and hopefully always will be. The folkloric story below has been reprinted from the Comet newspaper (dated around 1833).

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Astro Tourism In Ireland Is The Next Big Thing

Offering tourists a look at a vast dark night sky with no light pollution is our next big tourism trump card. And we can achieve this with Ireland’s new Dark-Sky

Life and Home 0 Comments

Your Robot Gardener Has Arrived

Now you can buy a robot gardener that will fill your garden with gorgeous fresh organic produce, without you even having to go out in the damn rain and do

Home and Garden 0 Comments

Irish Cuisine has Gone to the Upper Levels – There is Now a Duck Spice Bag

The recipe of this should be incorporated into our national anthem, obviously. Nicole Buckler investigates this hard-hitting story. For those unaware of modern Irish fusion food, a “spice bag” is

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Home Exchange Holidays Tried Out – Your Irish House for Someone Else’s House

Home swapping holidays are on the rise. Daisy Murphy shows you why. My family went to Portugal for a holiday several years ago. When we got there, the Algarve was