‘Wart Ointment Wholesale’ is among the slogans on a Canadian store’s single-use bags
After a violent gang clash in 1940, gardaí found sticks, knuckledusters and a sword
Invasion of beach at Bannow, Co Wexford, in May 1169, will be celebrated this weekend
Guinness World Record attempt includes students from several southside schools
Image released of all-white giant animal with reddish eyes in the wild, crossing through a forest
In 1890, a man carrying cash went missing after failing to make his Westport connection
Seven-year-old sourpuss was originally named Tardar Sauce and hailed from Arizona
Gastronomic and farming trials that shed light on our food cycle – from field to plate
$50 contains a typo in micro-text that misspells the word ‘responsibility’
The banshee debate polarised readers of The Irish Times in 1893
Taoiseach tells busker after duet: ‘You’re really good, and I don’t do bullshit’
Cetacean discovered in Norway prompts speculation it escaped from Russia’s navy
Cream of Jokes: What did Weekly Irish Times readers think was funny in 1893?
In 1870, a young man went to the police with a black eye. Three days later, he was dead
Lost Letters: Certainly the men of the present day (most of them), I must admit, are very coarse and vulgar . . .
Cats reacted by pricking up their ears or moving heads
Cream of Jokes: A weekly contest for 19th century readers of The Irish Times
Police were quick to make an arrest after a gruesome killing on Charlemont St in 1900
Update of Taoiseach’s social media persona was to ‘heighten awareness’ of his Instagram account
Copper Face Jacks is on the market but ought to remain ‘a real Irish night out’
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