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Donegal Importers announces price cuts for all orders in March 2012 to celebrate St Patrick's Day New York, NY (PRWEB) March 01, 2012 John Murray
Fine Gael Webcasts Live Coverage from 2009 Ard Fheis Political Conference PLANO, Texas, April 14 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- ViewCast Corporation (OTC Bulletin Board: VCST), a developer of industry-leading hardware and software for the transformation, management and delivery of professional quality video-over-IP and mobile networks, today announced that Tyrell:CCT (Content Creation Tools), Ireland's leading reseller of creative technology solutions, provided ViewCast's Niagara(R) GoStream(R)...
Irish author Conor Cruise O'Brien, known both for his writing skills and his humanitarian efforts, reportedly has died near Dublin at the age of 91. The Los Angeles Times said Saturday O'Brien, who detailed Zionism and Israel in 1986's The Siege, died of unreported causes at his home outside the Irish
By Paul Dale Public Affairs Editor Birmingham International Airport surprised the West Midlands business community yesterday when it announced its new chief executive would be Paul Kehoe, who is currently in charge at the far smaller Bristol Airport.
By Ethan Forman, The Salem News, Beverly, Mass. Jul. 1--DANVERS -- A controversial calendar change that would send kids home early 18 times next year is far from a done deal, according to three School Committee members polled yesterday.
Concerns have been raised this morning about the way in which hazardous waste at the former Irish Steel plant in Haulbowline is being disposed.The Government has reportedly ordered a sub- contractor to seal a number of "lagoons" containing huge amounts of toxic by-products rather than removing the material for disposal.The Department of the Environment, the EPA and Cork County Council are also being accused of trying to cover up the amount of hazardous waste buried at the site.The Cork...
- Small missiles, especially grape, canister, fragments of iron, and the like, when fired, as upon an enemy at close quarters.
- To fire mitraille at.