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
Remains in River Valley Park in Swords removed for analysis
Dublin City Council is buying house for homeless accommodation
Council has revived plans to use playwright’s house for homeless accommodation
Archaeologists examine bones for missing toes which would identify Irish leader
Black Irish Lives: Gaeilgeoir and broadcaster Ola Majekodunmi on the future of the language
Trinity College Dublin researchers use DNA sequencing to shed light on ancient culture
24 St Stephen’s Green and 10 Burlington Road added to record of protected structures
Developers want to replace historic building at Dublin’s Herbert Park with apartments
Greatly outnumbered by the crown forces when it came to firepower, the IRA was forced to capture, steal and smuggle weapons
The Mutiny of the Connaught Rangers in India was a military failure but a moral victory
The discovery of his remains could shed light on a tumultuous chapter of Irish history
150 years ago, Patrick Dunne’s ‘dying declaration’ helped convict his neighbours of his murder
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