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 Raymond Galligan and his Cavan team mates will be favourites to win The Tailteann Cup. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

It may not feel like it but this is an historic week for the GAA. Monday morning came around and on the RTE sports bulletin the nation listened - with(...)

Tipperary’s Shane O’Connell dives to block a shot from Limerick’s Adrian Enright. Photograp: Ken Sutton/Inpho

Even if they had lost to Tipperary in Saturday’s Munster semi-final, Limerick could still have made the Sam Maguire last eight for the first time sinc(...)

The departing papal nuncio to Ireland, Archbishop Jude Thaddeus Okolo, at a reception at Áras an Uachtaráin with President Michael D Higgins and his wife Sabina in early 2018. Photograph: Tom Honan

One of the most influential if low-key papal nuncios to serve in Ireland will leave shortly for Prague following the Vatican announcement of his appoi(...)

Monaghan’s Jack McCarron celebrates with his father Ray and mother Patricia after sending Dublin to Division Two with his late free. Photograph: James Crombie

March 22nd should really be renamed Monaghan Day. In the happy aftermath of Monaghan’s spine-tingling – and latest – great escape against Dublin on th(...)

An artist’s rendering shows Sir Henry Wilson MP being gunned down by two members of the IRA in London, Reginald Dunne and Joseph O’Sullivan. They had waited outside his house, 36 Eaton Place, for him to return from the unveiling of a war memorial. An artist’s rendering shows Sir Henry Wilson MP being gunned down by two members of the IRA in London, Reginald Dunne and Joseph O’Sullivan. They had waited outside his house, 36 Eaton Place, for him to return from the unveiling of a war memorial.

This article is part of the Irish Times Century project. For more on Ireland in 1922, click here. In the space of just 12 tumultuous and tragic days (...)

On Monday, June 12th, 1922, at a ceremony held in St George’s Hall at Windsor Castle attended by King George V, the Royal Dublin Fusiliers were disbanded, along with four other regiments recruited in southern Ireland

On January 23rd, 1922, the commanding officer of the Royal Dublin Fusiliers, Lieut-Col KC Weldon, placed a notice in The Irish Times warning all local(...)

Former Cavan footballer Cian Mackey. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Cavan football carries indelible associations with classic forward play; dashing, tidy attackers in royal blue. Cian Mackey belongs to the first rank (...)

One adult and two children were taken, by ambulance, to Craigavon Area Hospital.

Two children and an adult have been taken to hospital by ambulance following a suspected carbon monoxide leak in Co Armagh. The Northern Ireland Amb(...)

The Electoral Office of Northern Ireland confirmed that by 5.45pm, turnout was sitting at an indicative 31 per cent. Photograph: Paul Faith/AFP via Getty

Voting in the Assembly elections was described as “busy” on Thursday, in a poll that could lead to a seismic shift in how the North is governed. The (...)

Phil Coulter announcing the winner of the Monaghan anthem contest Let This Be the Day by Tim O’Riordan

Like a rugby international at nearby Lansdowne Road, the Polish Embassy’s National Day reception on Tuesday was preceded by three anthems. Along with (...)

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