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Early start to St Patrick’s Day revelry

MARCH 17 may not be here yet but the famous Irish cultural festival St Patrick’s Day has already begun for Guinness lovers.

St Patrick‘s Day all weekend long

THE Square at Publika Mall was festooned with green, white and black balloons last weekend.

Trump meets Irish PM at White House ahead of St. Patrick's Day

(Reuters) - Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny pressed U.S. President Donald Trump about undocumented immigrants in the United States at their first meeting on Thursday, a day before St Patrick's Day.

Big St Patrick's Day party coming up

SAY Slainte (pronounced Slawn-cha) as you toast to honour Ireland’s patron saint, Saint Patrick.

Festivities to paint the town green

THE fourth St Patrick’s Street Parade at Straits Quay to take place on March 11 will be one exciting event to look forward to.

Hotel marks St Patrick’s Day with maiden Irish-themed party

FOUR Points by Sheraton Penang joined its sister hotels worldwide in celebrating St Patrick’s Day with a jolly event at its lounge The Best Brew.

St Patrick’s Day celebrated with merriment over four days

IT was a colourful night steeped in history at the St Patrick’s Ball held at E&O Hotel in Penang.

Commemorating the patron saint of Ireland in extraordinary ways

St Patrick’s Day is a big deal in the US. From specially dyed rivers and fountains to centuries-old parades, Brenda Benedict joined the revelry.

Visitors get a detailed insight of Emerald Isle during St Patrick’s Day celebrations

IRISH culture, traditions and legends had revellers green with delight during the second St Patrick’s Festival at Straits Quay Retail Marina in Tanjong Tokong, Penang.

Northern Irish MP asks for apology over Biden St. Patrick's Day joke

BELFAST (Reuters) - A British member of parliament on Tuesday called on U.S. Vice President Joe Biden to apologise for casting a "slur" on Protestants by joking to an Irish delegation that no-one wearing orange was welcome in his house on St. Patrick's Day.