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St. Patrick's Day in Dublin

Before hitting Paris, we (myself, Vivienne and Adi once again) visited Dublin for St. Patrick’s day and its accompanying weekend.  Not only was it our first trip from our new base of London, but it also was our first ever experience of a drunk-bus tour – I’m not sure of the correct technical term for such trips but I’m sure the Australian readers of this post will be more than aware of what I’m talking about.   2,149 more words


Six Nations finalizes wind energy projects

OHSWEKEN – Six Nations and two wind power companies are working on the last projects to be brought on stream under the Ontario government’s original green energy program. 321 more words

In The Media

Congratulations BOD --- Félicitations Brian O'Driscoll

It may be old news now but there is no way I could not dedicate todays blog to one of the all time greats. Brian O’Driscoll ended his International career in a way that I believe he totally deserves after everything he has achieved in his rugby career. 249 more words


Where is Brian? --- Où est Brian ?

Brian is back after a hectic Six Nations season. This is probably my best time of the year as we head into spring time and the final stages of the European Championships. 210 more words


Doris's Day

Congratulations to Edward Fitzgerald, clear winner of the competition to name this blog. Read on to discover why the blog is named after Doris…

Before the game there was plenty of talk about Munster v Ireland, then the appointment of Alain Rolland was criticised due to his Leinster background.   1,741 more words

Pro12 League

On Rugby

(This post holds no claim to an unbiased delineation of the events that unfolded before the writer’s eyes. History is a story, and this is mine.) … 501 more words