Sunday 19th April 2015
Generation Emigration

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Visitors in their own country Holidays at home made some emigrants want to move back. Others were glad to leave again. CIARA KENNY talks to emigrants who returned this summer.
‘I try not to think of Ireland as home anymore’ We have wonderful memories of Ireland, but my family and I will not be moving back. Kansas is where we call home now, writes Colm Roughan.
Have your say: hosting friends and family from home Does hosting folks from home make you homesick or give you a newfound appreciation for your home abroad? We want to hear about your experiences.
Still at home? Then VOTE! If there's one thing most emigrants would like you to do on May 31st, it is vote, because we can't, writes Philip O'Connor from Stockholm.
Exploring the world one country at a time I’ve taught scuba diving in the Maldives, worked in Australia and built schools in India, and now, as I set up a new business linking Ireland and India, I’ve no intention of settling down, says ÁINE EDWARDS
Australia 36 Ireland 80: (very) short report from the game Ireland beat Australia 80-36 in a record International Rules victory for the boys in green in Melbourne today. Catherine Walsh from Dublin emailed in her report from the game