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Wednesday 1st, May 2024
InternationalIreland Report / Story

Communities across Ireland, Scotland, and the Isle of Man celebrate Bealtaine, embracing ancient rituals to mark the beginning of Celtic summer and intertwine historic pagan and Christian traditions.

Monday 15th, April 2024
Ireland Report / Story

Ireland's claim as the legendary Atlantis creates debate among researchers and scholars.

Monday 1st, April 2024
InternationalIreland Report / Story

Delve into the enigmatic origins of April Fools' Day, a tradition steeped in centuries of mystery and mischief.

Sunday 17th, March 2024
Ireland Report / Story

Embracing the intertwining threads of history and legend, Saint Patrick's legacy continues to cast a vibrant hue over the cultural landscape of Ireland.

Tuesday 28th, November 2023
InternationalIreland Report / Story

Why do we hang holly around our homes and on our doors at Christmas time? Is it just tradition or is there more behind the widely used plant at this time of year?

Monday 8th, May 2023
Ireland Report / Story

One of Ireland's oldest traditions held on Friday the 5th of May 2023 is said to have attracted a crowd of up to 5,000 people this year

Wednesday 2nd, February 2022

Dagda of the Tuatha dé Dannan had many magical possessions but his most prized was a harp, the Uaithne or the Four Angled Music which Dagda could use to control anyones emotions.

Tuesday 1st, February 2022

A creature in Irish folklore called a Leprechaun, known to be a mischievous creature that hoards a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow and will protect their gold by any means required.

Wednesday 18th, August 2021

Myth, folklore or hidden magical species? The Fae or fairies have been a constant for many years throughout Irish stories and poems from generation to generation.

Tuesday 1st, June 2021

The ingrained fear of getting on the wrong side of fairies in Ireland doesn't seem to hold the same level of control it once used to over individuals.

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