Bones of 18th-century Charles Byrne stored at the Royal College of Surgeons in London
Sean Treacy, one of the most-wanted men in Ireland, was shot on Talbot Street in Dublin
Expanded shared accommodation plans for Georgian street decried by heritage groups
Conservation of Long Room, home to Book of Kells, and new construction planned
We are still living with the consequences of the Government of Ireland Act (1920)
Motion to protect 1916 leader’s house proposed more than one year ago
The association’s commemorative plans could transform our understanding of the 1920 event
New case and plinth designed to highlight the beauty of Ireland’s best-known treasure
Dublin City Council advises An Bord Pleanála to permit apartments on 1916 leader’s home
The Augmented Vocality project aims to re-create sonic footprints of Celts and Vikings
Thousands were lured to plantations in 19th century by deception or force
In Tipperary 100 years ago, an apparent miracle put the War of Independence on hold
According to book, his preferred poets were ‘Euripides, Keats, Theocritus and myself’
‘Shelbourne Four’ must be ‘freed and reinstated’ – Senator Michael McDowell
Windows broken at house once lived in by Rising leader The O'Rahilly
Campaigners say switching St John’s Point to LEDs would snuff out the magic of its light
It would be regrettable if we found new reasons in the 21st century to destroy what’s left of old Dublin
Research concludes 50 of the 52 stones were probably found in Wiltshire’s West Woods
Is there an onus on us as members of this society to keep our old stories alive?
Efforts are under way to revive an 8km stretch on the old Clifden railway line
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