Fired for being sexy

December 25, 2012

A COURT has ruled that a dentist was entitled to pouch his dental partner for being too “irresistible” and a “threat” to his marriage. Melissa Nelson, a 32-year-old married mom of two, worked with dentist James Knight for 10 years before he dismissed her. An all-male Iowa State Supreme Court ruled that he was within […]

Indian dentist death: ‘Irish Govt examine should be pure and fair’

November 18, 2012

As a comfortless genocide of Indian dentist Savita Halappanavar in Ireland continues to elicit snub worldwide, Overseas Indian Affairs Minister Vayalar Ravi currently pronounced a exploration systematic by a Irish Government should be ‘transparent and fair’. He also requested a Irish Government to “show some kind of domestic integrity to hear to a ask of […]

'Outsider' to take over helm during Department of Health

April 19, 2012

The Irish Times – Wednesday, Apr 18, 2012 STEPHEN COLLINS, Political Editor AN EXPERT from outward a mainstream Civil Service has been allocated as a new secretary ubiquitous during a Department of Health. Dr Ambrose McLoughlin, a arch executive of a Pharmaceutical Society of Ireland, a pharmacy regulator, was yesterday allocated by a Government to […]

Kelly: Wedding has green, and mariachis

April 8, 2012

Columnist Michael Kelly Published Saturday Mar 17, 2012 By Michael KellyWORLD-HERALD COLUMNIST How improved to applaud a St. Patrick’s Day marriage of a Mexican-American bride and an Irish-American groom? Of course: With mariachis and bagpipes. Rosa Valencia and Terrence O’Donnell will marry currently during St. Bridget Catholic Church,Article source: http://owweb.ow.atl.publicus.com/article/20120317/NEWS01/703179927

Plain Jane turns out to be Vinny's really possess tooth fairy

January 25, 2012

The Irish Times – Wednesday, Jan 25, 2012 RODDY L’ESTRANGE AGAINST THE ODDS: A exploding molar means a date during a medicine of Dunfermline-loving dentist and associate inhabitant of Foley’s, Jane Tankerville Chisholm WHEN IT came to life’s small pleasures, swelling a sports pages of a Sunday papers on a kitchen list over a second, heavily-sweetened, […]

On ‘The Way’ with Martin Sheen

October 8, 2011

Printer-friendly versionSend to friendPDF version By a time director/writer Emilio Estevez’s new film “The Way” opens national Oct. 21, he and his lead star, father Martin Sheen, will have crisscrossed a United States and partial of Canada on a train debate with disdainful screenings in about 30 cities. “The Way” is a story of Tom […]

The Guard to open Los Angeles Irish Film Fest

September 26, 2011

1 of 1 The Festival kicks off during a Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences’ Linwood Dunn Theatre on Thursday Sep 29. Opening night will underline a jubilee of a work of Fonnula Flanagan, a screening of The Guard and a one lady play by Judith Mok about Molly Bloom from James Joyce’s Ulysses. […]

Fresh inquisition into dentist deaths

April 15, 2011

Fresh inquisition into dentist deaths By Michael McHugh Friday, Apr 15, 2011 NORTHERN Ireland’s Attorney General has systematic a uninformed inquisition into a deaths of dual people murdered by dentist Colin Howell and his lover. a d v e r t i s e m e n t John Larkin QC wants a examination of […]

Opposition rallies to post-colonial flag

March 25, 2011

The Irish Times – Friday, Mar 25, 2011 1 2 Standard bearers: insurgent supporters reason aloft a dwindle of Libya’s initial post-colonial government, that has been adopted by a antithesis movement. Photographs: Joe Raedle/Getty Images; Ahmed Jadallah/Reuters Standard bearers: Supporters of Col Muammar Gadafy call a plain immature dwindle introduced by a Libyan personality in […]

St Patrick’s Day

March 13, 2011

Or as some call it St Patty’s Day, is an general Celebrated Day on Mar 17th. I’m not going to get into who Saint Patrick was though some-more of Celebrating a Day. This is a day for a Irish or any other Nationality who wants to join in a day of fun. This is a […]