Applications due Monday for Irish Network’s high-school study abroad program in Dublin

High school juniors can take a virtually free trip to the emerald Isle this summer to study for two weeks at the University College of Dublin. The winners of the Irish Network-NOLA scholarship competition will receive free return flights, tuition, accommodation and food in the historic city, but the application is due Monday. For more…

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Govt reveals St Patrick’s Day trip list

Irish Examiner The government has announced details of the largest St Patrick’s Day travel programme since it came to office. 28 of Ireland’s 30 ministers will be travelling abroad, with many leading trade missions to encourage foreign investment in Ireland. Taoiseach Enda Kenny will lead the programme, travelling to New York, Boston and Washington DC…

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Goodbye Irish pubs. Hello brekkie clubs

Emigrants can hook up online, but meeting in person is so important that the Government funds get-togethers and organisations that provide support By Ciara Kenny The Irish Times For previous generations of emigrants, Irish pubs, community groups, pastoral centres and sports clubs were often the first port of call when they arrived in a new place,…

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A Message from Our President

Failte, and thank you for visiting the Irish Network USA website! Whether you’re Irish, Irish American or a ‘friend’ of Ireland, we are sure that our organization will give you the opportunity to build business links, immerse yourself in Irish culture, and fill your social calendar. Whether you wear a white collar or blue collar,…

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Irish Network to strengthen links between Emerald Isle and Western New York

Association will establish Buffalo chapter to boost cultural ties By Anne Neville, News Staff Reporter & Matt Glynn, News Business Reporter The Buffalo News More than 100 people from all over the region who share a common interest in Ireland and the Irish turned out for a reception Friday night to hear about the launch of…

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