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Engraving. The Versailles Conference in the Hall of Mirrors of the Palace of Versailles, June 28th, 1919. President Clemenceau opens the session. Private Collection. (Photo by: Christophel Fine Art/UIG via Getty Images)

The world emerged from the first World War in 1919 broken and bleeding, but determined to build a better future. The hopes of that better future were(...)

For two weeks in 1919 the ordinary people of Limerick city took over, creating, albeit briefly, the embryonic elements of workers’ control – of, some would say, a new society

“On Monday, April 14, there began in Limerick city a strike protest against military tyranny, which because of its dramatic suddenness, its completene(...)

The faded headstone to constable James McDonnell of the Royal Irish Constabulary, who was killed during the Soloheadbeg ambush, states that he died in the line of duty. Photograph: Ronan McGreevy

The two victims of the Soloheadbeg ambush of January 21st, 1919 were constables James McDonnell and Patrick O’Connell of the Royal Irish Constabulary.(...)

The most recent accounts for the Clare FM company show that it recorded a pre-tax loss of €180,566 in 2017. Photograph: iStock

The Catholic Church, the GAA, a number of priests and hundreds of Clare citizens are to share in a €2.67 million windfall from the sale of Clare FM an(...)

The latest report of the Corncrake Conservation Project indicates that the number of calling males in Ireland last year was 151, up 11 on the previous year. File image:  Andy Hay/RSPB/PA Wire.

One swallow does not a summer make; neither does a modest annual increase in the number of corncrakes after years of decline. But latest report of t(...)

Offaly’s Séamus Darby  fires the vital  last -minute goal past Kerry goalkeeper Charlie Nelligan which denied Kerry five  All-Ireland football titles in a row in the 1982 final at Croke Park. Photograph: Colman Doyle

What makes a landmark year in the GAA? It’s probably a matter of personal taste. Offaly people will have no difficulty remembering 1981 – or ’82, as (...)

Sheila Nunan:  “I obviously have been in organised labour all my life; this is a shift to political Labour.” Photograph Nick Bradshaw

A prominent trade unionist is being lined up by Labour to stand in the European Parliament elections, although some in the party claim the move could (...)

Winds are expected to be worse in coastal areas. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Several thousand homes and businesses were without electricity on Tuesday morning as a result of high winds. ESB Networks indicated that areas of Wi(...)

Lar Corbett’s Coppingers in Thurles was the subject of a complaint in two parts: promoting alcohol in a way that could be harmful; and an image offensive to the complainant as a Catholic.

A pub belonging to former Tipperary hurling star Lar Corbett has been rapped over the knuckles by the advertising watchdog for its use of an image of (...)

Anne Anderson, former Irish ambassador to the US.

Smurfit Kappa has appointed former Irish ambassador to the United States, Anne Anderson, as an independent, non-executive director to its board with e(...)

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