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Tagged With Ireland

We tried the seaweed that 'tastes like bacon' and is healthier than kale -- here's the verdict


Ireland is treating EU Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier like 'John F Kennedy, Nelson Mandela, and François Mitterrand'


Irish PM points out that St. Patrick was an immigrant while standing next to Trump


The backstory of the man behind St. Patrick's Day has pirates, snakes, and almost no green beer


Apple has missed the deadline for its €13 billion Irish tax bill


REPORT: Barclays has chosen Dublin for its EU HQ after Brexit


Every can of Guinness includes this simple technology in it


Apple CEO Tim Cook accused of being 'disrespectful' to Ireland for not attending tax committee


Brexit drove a 40% increase in passport applications to Ireland from Britain last year


This Amazon engineer quit to become a brewer and now sells beer to Ireland's tech scene



The Irish Prime Minister thinks it will be 'impossible' for the UK to hit its Brexit deadline


Ireland doesn't want to take €13 billion from Apple -- so it's going to court


Apple's €850 million data centre is going to be fast-tracked through Irish courts


Ireland's history-making rugby team paid a poignant tribute to their former captain, who died suddenly last month


Angry Apple supporters in Ireland are planning a march through the streets of Athenry


A 'Hard Brexit' could risk peace in Northern Ireland


Apple is trying to fast-track its €850 million Irish data centre


Apple might not be able to build its €850 million Irish data centre after all


A roll of 'remarkably unused' Nazi toilet paper is being auctioned off


Companies like Apple will bring back billions if there's a 'tax holiday' -- but last time it was a 'disaster'