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Story of the Celts: The Celts Today
The Celts Today [ 40 ] The Celts, and Celtic peoples, are alive and well today. Celtic culture is well documented and preserved, and there are millions of people on different continents who make it a point to identify with that culture. In Ireland Irish...
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Seamus Coleman donates £5000 to help six-year-old Everton fan get to Goodison Park
The Everton FC official Twitter account posted: “Amazing gesture by Seamus Coleman to help make young Blue's dream Goodison trip a reality.” A message posted on Daire's gofundme page said: “Wow, can't believe how well things are in two days.
The Guardian view on Seamus Heaney: Virgilian farewell
When Seamus Heaney died in 2013, his last words, to his wife, were Noli timere – be not afeard. He sent them in a text message to his wife.
Bellaghy in line for major facelift ahead of Seamus Heaney Centre opening
Mid Ulster Council is to give Bellaghy a £100,000 spruce-up ahead of the opening of the new £4m Seamus Heaney Centre. The council's development committee also agreed to carry out mobile phone infrastructure improvements, costing £20,000, by the ...
Hingham school custodian may get the broom
“I started getting calls from people who were wondering what happened to Seamus,'' Riddle said. “They told me, 'If you fired him, we're not going to be happy with you.' ” Fire him?
Aeneid Book VI by Seamus Heaney review – a pitch-perfect translation
Seamus Heaney and Virgil go back a long way. In his poem Route 110, from Human Chain (2010), Heaney reminisces about being in an Irish bookshop where a woman sells his younger self a “used copy of Aeneid VI” in a “deckle-edged brown paper bag”.

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