Category: Archive

In the print edition…Irish Echo, Sept. 27 – Oct. 3, 2006.

February 17, 2011

By Staff Reporter

EchoStyle: Highlands, high fashion — One fall trend finds inspiration from above By Ailbhe Jordan
The Buzz: Find out what’s happening before it happens By Eileen Murphy.
New York Insider: The essential guide to the world’s favorite city By Eileen Murphy
Reel Life: A long, hot summer – Review of “A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints” By Karen Butler
Orla’s Diary: Mall rats By Orla Maguire
An Tiogar Ceilteach (A single girl’s adventures in Manhattan) By Elaine Ni Bhraonain
Ask Molly: Son leaves me out in the cold and other readers’ problems
New & Noteworthy: All the gossip to get you through the week By Eileen Murphy
PageTurner: Growing up with JFK Jr. By William S. Noonan
On the Aisle: Bible Belt murder — Morality is at heart of Ervine’s mystery By Joseph Hurley
Ceol: Boxes and banjos – bounty from Brock and Scahill By Earle Hitchner
Hibernian Chronicle: The World Series that wasn’t (102 years ago) By Edward T. O’Donnell
Echo Listings: Tristate events; National events

GAA Roundup: Young Rossies take title, and restore West’s pride By Sean Creedon
NYGAA Roundup: Leitrim final-bound after a battle and other reports from Gaelic Park By Peter Nolan
NYGAA results and fixtures
Back in the swing — Loughnane takes over talented Galway hurlers after life on the pedestal By Dave Hannigan
CSL Roundup: Bhoys off to rough start By Jay Mwamba
Soccer Scene: Derry prepare for big night in Paris By Joe Behan
Premiership results, table and fixtures
Boxing Roundup: Duddy faces long test Friday By Jay Mwamba
Ryder Cup all it was promised — and more By John Manley
Emotional burdens pour out in Ryder aftermath By John Manley

Echo Careers: Fun with finances By Kate Hickey
Echo Real Estate: Stamp duty abolished By Kate Hickey
Kelly’s Financial Dynamics sold for $260m By Diarmaid Pleimimoinn

SDLP pol may be forced from home By Anne Cadwallader
Omagh bomb trial begins By Anne Cadwallader
DUP pols pay bill for snub By Anne Cadwallader
Irish Jehovah’s Witnesses may sue over transfusion By Diarmaid Pleimimoinn
Ahern admits receiving payments By Diarmaid Pleimimoinn
Thompson hears arguments about North’s inequality By Anne Cadwallader
109th Congress focuses on restriction in waning days By Ray O’Hanlon
NewsBriefs: Belfast man deported By Ray O’Hanlon
Ireland calling…Philly project helps Irish immigrants feel closer to home By Ailbhe Jordan
Readers’ letters

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