(...). Anyone with even the remotest interest in Irish genealogy should read it.The original hearings canvassed(...)

Audrey Eager: ‘The main discussion among the diaspora at a political level is the right to vote on issues in Ireland.’

(...) get more experience in the travel industry. Now I work with Irish guest houses and B&Bs, helping(...)

‘The benefits of children being raised by their married mother and father are great, and when the family is fragmented we see more instability in society.’ Photograph: Getty Images

(...) thereby their roots, ancestry and heritage without consequence to that child. No matter how committed(...)

Taxman-turned-financier Derek Quinlan, who in 2004 built a consortium of (mostly) wealthy Irish individuals to buy four of London’s fanciest hotels. Photograph: Alan Weller/Bloomberg News.

(...) the hotels, nor did it detail the Irish interest in the properties. The tale begins with taxman(...)

(...)’s just say this gig and their shows next week, including one at the Kilkenny Roots Festival, come highly(...)

Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin’s party has no female TD and no TD in Dublin. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

(...) unimaginable had happened for the party. After decades of supremacy, the Titanic of Irish politics had met its(...)

Sean O’Faolain  on his 90th birthday in 1990: In the St Patrick’s day issue of 1973, O’Faolain contributed a wistful tour d’horizon of contemporary Irish fiction. “The Irish Free State”, he reflected, “was … a hard, bourgeois society, cautious, ambitious, pietistic, puritanical, and not at all interested in such time-wasting activities as the arts.”  Photograph: Peter Thursfield

(...) touched on Irish affairs. “I am rejoiced to find that the Catholics of Great Britain and Ireland have at(...)

A walk commemorating 1,490 people who walked to Dublin to take a ship to Canada during the Famine will be completed on Wednesday at the Jeannie Johnson tall ship (above) at Custom House Quay. File photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times.

(...) inaugural Irish Famine Summer School. The school takes place at the Famine Museum in Strokestown House from(...)

RTÉ’s David Davin-Power learns about  weapons that would have been used by Irish soldiers at Gallipoli in the first World War. Photograph: RTÉ

(...) days saw more than a thousand Irish casualties.Later, in August, it would be turn of the so called(...)

IrishGenealogy.ie has recently re-launched new versions of the civil registration indexes removed(...)