Review of 2014: Our most read online stories
As 2014 draws to a close we thought we should review what you have been reading on theharpnews.com in its first full year.
So here are our most read online stories of 2014.
10. The Rose of Tralee returning to Birmingham is first on our top ten list: Rose of Tralee returns to Birmingham
9. Supercar enthusiasts clearly saddened by the closure of this showroom: Sudden closure of Birmingham supercar showroom
8. Our spotlight on Mike Denver is at number eight: Spotlight on: Mike Denver celebrates eleven years as one of the top entertainers in Ireland
7. In at seven, everyone was getting ready for this year’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade: Your guide to the St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Festival 2014
6. The Midlands GAA coming together to remember Coley Folan is at six: Midlands GAA come together to remember Coley Folan
5. Thanks for everyone’s support this year: Due to popular demand the Harp is now on sale in all these areas
4. Our fourth most popular story was the news of state-of-the-art GAA facilities outside Ireland Ruislip set to become first GAA stadium outside Ireland
3. A spot of local Irish dancing success is our third most read story of the year: Birmingham dancers scoop Gold in Glasgow
2. The Birmingham rich list was a close second for top story this year: Second generation Irishman retains ‘Rich List’ place
1. Politics was clearly high on everyone’s agenda this year with this being our most read story: Birmingham City council election 2014 candidates