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46 Villiers Road, Rathgar.

(...) me, the postmaster general of the GPO lived on the street in 1916. “Your pantry is Upper Rathmines(...)

Minister for Heritage Heather Humphreys has defended the company managing the 1916 site at Moore Street. File photograph: Aidan Crawley

Minister for Heritage Heather Humphreys has defended the company managing the 1916 site at Moore(...)

The Wexford team which beat Mayo on a frost-bitten Croke Park pitch in 1916. The severe weather conspired against good football in a final said to be remarkable only for its “tameness”

(...) commemorating of late. On December 17th, 1916, the week before Christmas, a Mayo team stepped on to a frost(...)

People gather for the Easter Rising centenary commemorations  in Smithfield, Dublin. File photograph: Maxwells/PA Wire

(...) the 1916 commemorations last weekend, and over the previous weeks, should take a collective bow(...)

Joseph Plunkett’s 1916 Medal, which is to be sold at auction in Dublin. Photograph: Whyte’s

Medals awarded posthumously to two of the signatories of the 1916 Proclamation are to be sold at(...)

William Thomas Cosgrave (1880-1965), Irish politician, at the time of the fights for independence. Photograph: Getty Images

(...) 1912 to 1922, is an attempt to capture that moment just months ahead of Easter 1916 and the(...)

(...).Take the Gaelic Revival and the wave of Irish nationalism that lead to 1916. The compelling story at the(...)

(...) reminding it played no part at all in the 1916 Rising?” Prof John A Murphy’s typically pithy letter to this(...)

Margaret Skinnider: one of over 200 members of Cumann na mBan whose applications are contained in the archive.

A woman shot and injured while in command of five men during Easter Week 1916 was refused a pension(...)

Devastation of Sackville Street (O’Connell Street) and Eden Quay, Dublin, during the Easter Rising. Photograph: PA

An exhibition on the 1916 Rising is to be constructed in the General Post Office, Dublin, in time(...)