The seven-track project will be released later this month by JYP Entertainment/Republic Records. TWICE unveiled an opening trailer for their upcoming mini album BETWEEN 1&2 on Monday. In the short clip, the nine-piece girl group is divided into three different units — Pathfinder, Archive and Cryptography — after one of them asks “Who are we?” From there, if their team names didn’t give you some kind of hint, the members appear to be working on some serious spycraft in a high-tech bunker loaded with gadgets, guns and one cuddly blue teddy bear.
Harlow is 75: Tony Maher from the Republic of Ireland: “We didn’t have any money but we had oodles of love”
THE next film in our series of 75 interviews turns to the Republic of Ireland. Tony Maher has been a key figure in the Harlow Irish community since the sixties. Tony is from Monasterevin in Co.Kildare. At one stage over 10% of the population of Harlow was of Irish heritage.
The number of overseas travellers to Ireland is still lagging behind pre-pandemic levels, with 12% fewer people arriving into the Republic, new figures show. The Central Statistics Office (CSO) released the Air and Sea Travel Statistics for the month of June, which shows that more than 1,703,200 passengers arrived in Ireland on overseas routes.
The radical President has left the Democrats searching among a group of lacklustre alternatives Even Jimmy Carter was more competent than Joe Biden, who has no capacity to change. To discuss the American President and the state of the Republic, Steven Edginton is joined by the historian and classicist Victor Davis Hanson for the latest Off Script podcast.
Police in the Republic have played down claims that a marked Garda vehicle was spotted “almost near Castlederg town” in Co Tyrone, saying they believe that images posted online “have appeared before”. According to a report on the Donegal Live website, the car was photographed on the Lurganboy Road in recent days, resulting in unionist representatives expressing concerns at the “incursion”.
This weekend the palace welcomes its first paying visitors since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic but, as the building's refurbishment was paid for by the taxpayer, questions have been raised about who should pay the price. Buckingham Palace should be open all year round - like the Vatican and the White House - to pay for its upkeep, according to anti-monarchy group Republic.
Buckingham Palace should be open all year round - like the Vatican and the White House - to pay for its upkeep, according to anti-monarchy group Republic. This weekend the palace welcomed its first paying visitors since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic in March 2020. But after the cost of refurbishment ramped up this year ahead of the platinum jubilee - building work paid for by the taxpayer - questions have been raised about who should pay the price.
A number of local authorities in England have been left reeling by the terms and conditions for staging games at the tournament Debt-ridden cities could boycott the joint United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland bid for the 2028 European Championship in protest at being forced to foot a multi-million-pound bill for hosting matches.
A letter from Dr D R Cooper: It is claimed that a third of Northern Ireland’s milk production is processed in the Irish Republic, and that this would have to cease if businesses in the province were free to work to either EU or UK standards, and that it would take two to three years to set up sufficient extra processing capacity in the north.
Bonus Jonas Brother Opens Up About Awkward Thanksgiving Thanks To Being A Huge Game Of Thrones Fan When Joe Started Dating ‘Sansa Stark’
Imagine having your brother date Sansa Stark! These days, Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner have been together for a while, and recently welcomed their second baby, though it’s still sometimes hard to believe that the popular Jonas brother and Game of Thrones' former Sansa Stark ever crossed paths to become an item.
Dara O’Shea has signed a new deal at West Brom which will see him stay at the club until the summer of 2025. The 23-year-old Albion academy product made his first-team debut in 2019 and has gone on to make 66 appearances for the club. The defender’s performances have also earned him 12 international caps for Republic of Ireland and he cannot wait for the new season to begin.
New figures on cross-border trade show a thriving all-island economy, but the potential fallout over the Government’s Protocol Bill continues to worry experts. According to Ireland’s Central Statistics Office, the value of goods flowing across the frontier into the Republic was up 23% between January and May compared to 2021.
AN IRISH chief executive has said there is no catastrophic failure in trade after Brexit. Ian Talbot, CEO of business group Chambers Ireland, said post-Brexit moves in trade are the result of businesses in Ireland and Northern Ireland adapting to Britain's exit from the European Union.
Cross-border trade has continued to soar in both directions after the Northern Ireland Protocol was introduced, new figures show. According to the Central Statistics Office (CSO), imports from Northern Ireland for January to May 2022 increased by 357 million euro to 1.9 billion euro when compared with the same time period of 2021.
Sheffield retro: Remembering legendary nightclub - The Republic - which 'changed the course of nightlife history in the 1990s'
The Republic changed nightlife in the 1990s, becoming a legendary nightclub in Sheffield until it burnt down in a fire in 2007. A rollercoaster from beginning to end, The Republic nightclub venue in Sheffield changed nightlife and its history in the 1990s, says Neil Anderson, Managing director of Neil Anderson Media.
AN ANTI-MONARCHY campaigner has lashed out at the Sovereign Grant following the publication of the latest financial report by the Royal Household. Graham Smith, CEO of Republic, branded the Sovereign Grant "a scam" after the Royal Household released its latest financial report for April 2021 to April 2022.
A man in his 60s has died after getting into difficulty while swimming in a lake in County Laois. The incident happened at Derryounce Lake, Portarlington, at about 15:30 local time on Saturday. The man was taken from the water and transported to Midland Regional hospital where he was later pronounced dead.
Met Éireann has issued a yellow weather warning in the Republic of Ireland over "exceptionally" high temperatures, with some areas reaching 32C (89.6F) on Monday. Daytime temperatures from Sunday are set to be between 25C (77F) and 30C (86F), with uncomfortably warm nights.