Monday, March 16, 2009

The Taoiseach launched the the first-ever global Irish website in New York yesterday. Read more about the website in the Irish Independent here. And click here to visit.

1 comment:

Noreen Bowden said...

I'm not sure how can claim to be the first ever global Irish website. Surely has greater claim? That website is aimed at the global Irish community, is read in 150 countries, and has been in existence since 1994 (while the Irish Emigrant as an online service has existed since 1987).

Not to mention, in existence since the late 1990s, as well as the defunct (which was originally edited in Israel by a Dublin-born emigrant). Plus sites like and

The "first global Irish website" is a fun bit of hyperbole, but it's not rooted in fact.