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# ballad - Sunday 29 April, 2018

Column: 'In 1857 Patrick Sheehan was arrested for begging on Grafton St'

Who was Patrick Sheehan really, asks journalist Tom Hurley.

# ballad - Wednesday 26 November, 2014

From The42 FAI boss Delaney says that legal threat against media outlet was 'a misunderstanding' In Defence

FAI boss Delaney says that legal threat against media outlet was 'a misunderstanding'

The chief executive released a statement last night in relation to the controversy over a video which showed him singing a Republican ballad.

# ballad - Friday 27 September, 2013

From The Daily Edge Should 'The Ballad of Lidl and Aldi' be the new Irish national anthem? Sledgehammers And Bananas

Should 'The Ballad of Lidl and Aldi' be the new Irish national anthem?

“The shed is full of plastic sh*t I didn’t really want…”

# ballad - Tuesday 16 October, 2012

Column: Irish fans sing because it brings unity, and what else do we have?

The history of public singing in Ireland suggests it emerges as a response to troubled times, writes Denis Buckley.

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