Passing the Jeanie Johnston during the 94th Liffey Swim – the ship was valued less than five months ago at €700,000, but costs €240,000 a year to run as a tourist attraction. Photograph: The Irish Times

The Jeanie Johnston replica Famine ship, which cost €15 million to build, has sunk in value to €700,000, according to Dublin City Council. The ship is(...)

The ancient Roman city of Palmyra, northeast of Damascus, before it was overrrun by Islamic State forces. The advance of the jihadists in both Iraq and Syria has forced their opponents to reappraise strategy. Photograph: AP 1:07

(...) the UN heritage site in central Syria resulted in the rout of a national army, the exodus of refugees(...)

(...) family’s horse racing heritage. Eva Meyer-Keller will also be reminding us that Death is Certain with a(...)

What’s On Sunday: Swans

(...) well not to be viewed as an alt.whatever heritage act. What’s on offer isn’t conventionally pretty(...)

File photograph of the ancient Palmyra theater in the historical city of Palmyra.   Islamic State fighters in Syria have entered the ancient ruins of Palmyra after taking complete control of the central city. Photograph: Omar Sanadiki/Reuters 1:07

(...) there are fears it might now devastate Palmyra, an ancient World Heritage site and home to renowned(...)

Residents look for their belongings among the rubble of their destroyed homes in Nepal after the recent earthquake. Photograph: Nicolas Asfouri/AFP/Getty Images

(...) heritage sites prompted the government to ban UAV flights with the exception of flights carried out for(...)

James Watson beside the sculpture The Double Helix by Brian King, at Trinity College Dublin, in 2010. Photograph: Alan Betson

(...) heritage; his maternal great-grandparents were Gleasons from Tipperary. He has been exceptionally generous(...)

Syrian soldiers at the Temple of Bel, an ancient stone ruin, in Palmyra before it fell to Islamic State. Syrian state television reported tonight that Islamic State, which has  destroyed antiquities and ancient monuments in Iraq, was trying to enter the city’s historical sites. Photograph: Sergey Ponomarev/The New York Times 1:07

(...) population “and safeguard the unique cultural heritage”.Islamic State has destroyed antiquities and ancient(...)

Harland and Wolff’s drawing offices: it is expected that up to 250 jobs could be generated during the conversion  75 once the hotel opens for business. Photograph: Peter MacDiarmid/Getty

(...), into an 84 bedroom hotel with heritage related facilities.The building which is close to the North(...)

Xosé Filgueira Valverde: Celebration of Galician writer whose political career under the dictatorship of Francisco Franco, particularly his term as mayor of Pontevedra between 1959 and 1968, has sparked outrage.

(...) heritage.On May 17th each year, and in the weeks leading up to it, children give readings in schools(...)