Thursday 18th December 2014
Generation Emigration

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Once temperate Tasmania falls victim to devastating bushfires Things are hotting up on the island where temperatures rose to 59.9 degrees, writes PHILIP LYNCH
Non, je ne regrette rien Wages are low in France, but the food is great, wine is cheap, and we have beaches and ski slopes on our doorstep, writes KAREN O'REILLY
The weather where I am The punishing heat of an Abu Dhabi summer, the freezing cold of a Canadian winter – it’s almost enough to make you long for home, this bunch of Irish emigrants told Ciara Kenny.
The welcome immigrant Ronan Browne moved to Finland with his family last year, and received a warm welcome as an Irish person, but soon discovered his experience as an immigrant differed greatly to those of other nationalities.