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Why are vandals targeting Molly Malone?

On Sunday, the Molly Malone statue in Dublin was marred by vibrant green graffiti, displaying the message – “Please don’t. T.Y. (Thank You).”

This act of vandalism occurred just under a month after the renowned statue was defaced twice in the span of a week in August.

In today’s email: 

  • Dublin’s Molly Malone statue vandalised, again
  • The Story of Molly Malone
  • Don’t Forget Your Gift
  • At the bar – Do you know about the secret Pub in Tipperary that only opens on Thursday nights?
  • Around The Web: –  Very Important Pets: 10 dog friendly hotels around Ireland, Visiting the OLDEST PUB IN IRELAND, Exploring County Clare Ireland | Cliffs of Moher and Beyond and more..
  • Ireland Lux – Savoy Limerick
  • From Social Media – Harry Avery’s Castle, County Tyrone
  • Irish Food You Will Love – Chris’s Paris Brest
  • The Craic – This is what happens when Dolly Parton walks into a pub in Ireland.

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Dublin’s Molly Malone statue vandalised, again

The famous Molly Malone statue in Dublin was vandalized for the third time within two months on Sunday.

Why are vandals targeting Molly Malone?

The Story of Molly Malone

Molly Malone was  Immortalised in bronze during the 1988 Dublin Millennium celebrations and the Molly Malone statue stands in the heart of the city’s historic Georgian Quarter.  

Read her story

The Story of Molly Malone

Don’t Forget Your Gift

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At the Bar

Do you know about the secret Pub in Tipperary that only opens on Thursday nights?

Nestled in the small village of Upperchurch, Tipperary, Ireland, there is a secret pub that only opens on Thursday nights. This pub, known as Jim of the Mills, is a popular destination for people from all over the country who come to enjoy traditional Irish music and song.

Tipperary secret pub

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Around The Web

Weather: Met Éireann warnings for 11 counties, and a damp start for the Ploughing Championships

Those heading to this year’s National Ploughing Championships are urged to bring wellies and a raincoat

Very Important Pets: 10 dog friendly hotels around Ireland

When travelling with your beloved pooch, you want them to be as cared for and relaxed as you are. 

Set-Jetting: Famous filming locations to visit in Ireland

The Emerald Isle has featured in hundreds of TV and film productions, inspiring a new breed of tourist

Visiting the OLDEST PUB IN IRELAND

In this video, we visit the Oldest Bar in Ireland, Sean’s Bar. Sean’s Bar was officially recognised by the Guinness Book of Records as Ireland’s Oldest Pub. 

Don’t Miss The Ultimate Friends Experience in Dublin Next Month

If you’re a fan of the beloved television series Friends, then you’re in for a treat. The Friends Experience is finally coming to Dublin

Inside the Dublin grocery store that has stayed frozen in time

If you’re looking for fresh produce and a chat, head on down to K Doyle Greengrocer in Dublin’s south-inner city.

Cork City will be car free this Saturday.

Cork City will host its first Car Free Day in the city centre on Saturday, September 23rd from 12 noon until 6.30pm.

Exploring County Clare Ireland | Cliffs of Moher and Beyond (Exclusive)

County Clare

Ireland Lux

The Savoy Hotel Limerick


From Social Media

Rolling hills are waiting for you…

Harry Avery’s Castle, County Tyrone

County Tyrone

Irish Food You Will Love

Chris’s Paris Brest – The Irish Baker Abroad

Irish Baker Abroad

This is what happens when Dolly Parton walks into a pub in Ireland.

When Dolly Parton walks into an Irish Pub -In 1990, Dolly Parton decided to take a vacation to Ireland. But even in her time of leisure, she didn’t forget her fans.

During her trip, the country music icon took a break to surprise locals at a pub in Co. Kerry.


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