Queen enjoying the high life in the 1970s. Freddie Mercury is second from the left. Photograph: PA Wire

‘Queen Forever’ to include ballad recorded with Michael Jackson in early 1980s

Bono on his critics: “They’re the haters; we’re the lovers. We’re never going to agree. People who would not normally be exposed to our music have got a chance to listen to it.  File photograph: Yui Mok/PA Wire

U2 singer claims ‘real deliberate misunderstanding of this relationship with Apple’

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Niall Gibbons of Tourism Ireland said ‘the warm welcome and the craic’ makes Dublin  such  a popular place with overseas visitors. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

Irish capital praised for having ‘some of the friendliest people in the world’

John Redmond, who was the leader of the Irish Parliamentary Party from 1900 until his death in 1918, remains a controversial figure in Irish history

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Professor Ronan Fanning said ‘British failures were responsible for violence and the triumph of violence in Ireland’. Photograph : Matt Kavanagh/The Irish Times

Ronan Fanning said British government’s inept behaviour encouraged violence

The Woodenbridge World War One Memorial Garden in Co Wicklow was opened today. The memorial commemorates the 1,200  men from all areas of County Wicklow who died in the First World War. Photograph: Jack McManus

Minister for Foreign Affairs says Woodenbridge speech misunderstood

Bono’s childhood home: No 10, Cedarwood Road in Glasnevin, Dublin

New album sparks renewed interest in the ‘war zone’ Dublin street where U2 singer grew up

The Woodenbridge World War One Memorial Garden in Co Wicklow which formally opens today. The memorial commemorates the 1,200 approx men from all areas of County Wicklow who died in the First World War. Photograph: Jack McManus

Memorial to the 1,192 dead is near the site of John Redmond’s Woodenbridge speech

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