After being regularly asked to bring a handful of Irish dirt over to the United States for various funerals for old friends from the Emerald Isle, Pat Burke started the Auld Sod Exporting Company and started selling bags of the native Irish soil.
An Irish company is using four American diamondback rattlesnakes in a new clinical trial that will test snake venom as a treatment for cancer.
A solicitor in Leicester has helped Irish clients escape more than â‚¬1bn (Â£798m) of debt by taking advantage of a booming trade in â€œbankruptcy tourismâ€.
Paddy Mulcahy, 21, has been offered university support to develop the easy-clean U-neat unit which reduces the spread of potentially lethal infections from surface to person.
Ronan and Noel asked around and was keen to get someone to help him start and show him the ropes.
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