Morning Ireland News Quiz

Q.1
Thomas Crosbie Holdings has gone into receivership, though the Irish Examiner and others within the group have been bought and will continue to trade. The Irish Examiner was originally the Cork Examiner and then became what before adopting its current title?

IrishExaminer

Q.2
The Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez died this week. He famously called the then-US President, George Bush, "the devil". Who did he term a "puppy dog for United States imperialism"?

chavez

Q.3
The Irish Farmers Journal published its annual list of land prices, recording an average price rise for the first time in six years. But prices dropped in eight counties. Where was the biggest price drop recorded?

agland

Q.4
In defending the Department of Foreign Affairs' wine bill in the Dáil this week, Taoiseach Enda Kenny referred to two wines as not suitable for welcoming dignitaries. Which of these three wines did he NOT include on his list?

wine

Q.5
This week, the Belgian Senate began a debate on whether to lower the age for legal euthanasia to:

euthanasia

Q.6
The Irish Hotels Federation held their annual conference in a well-known tourist destination, as a survey claimed its hotel prices were on average the highest in Ireland. No, it wasn't Dublin. Where did the hoteliers meet?

hotel

Q.7
Ryan Giggs made his 1000th appearance at top level when he played for Manchester United in the Champions League match against Real Madrid. How many Premier League winner's medals has Giggs won since making his debut in 1990?

ryangiggs