James Clarke

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Tom Barry, the most famous IRA commander during the War of Independence and the mastermind of the Kilmichael ambush, addresses some of his old comrades at a memorial service in 1966

County Cork Incident Kilmichael ambush Date November 28th, 1920 Fatalities 12 Read full county by county breakdown here Cork was(...)

James Clarke manages Hilton Bankside in an area of urban renewal in south London.
Wild Geese: James Clarke, London
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“One of the passions, for me is taking care of your community, particularly coming from Boyle. In a small town in Ireland, you’ve got to make sure you(...)

British troops during the War of Independence in 1920. Photograph: Universal History Archive/UIG via Getty Images

The old IRA disappeared almost four times as many people in Cork alone as the Provisional IRA did throughout the whole of the Troubles, new research c(...)

 Players from both teams scuffle at Owenbeg. Photograph: Evan Logan/Inpho

Slaughtneil 1-18 Dunloy 2-8 Slaughtneil survived an early scare to defeat Dunloy by seven points at Owenbeg. The Antrim champions hit the holders wit(...)

La Mancha, pictured in 1926 shortly after it was gutted by a fire

When Henry McCabe arrived to work on the gardens at La Mancha, a large country house in Malahide, Co Dublin, he quickly discovered things weren’t righ(...)

A Stormont department had been seeking disqualification orders against the one-time representatives of a quango. (Photograph: iStock)

Ten former board members at a now defunct Northern Ireland Events Company are prepared to give pledges not to act as company directors, the High Court(...)

Fianna Fáil TD Willie O’Dea  accused the Citizen Information Board of failing to consult with either the staff or the clients of Mabs on its proposed restructuring. Photograph: Eric Luke

Staff at the Money Advice and Budgeting Service (Mabs) are “horrified” at proposals to reorganise the service, an Oireachtas committee has heard. Fia(...)

Thomas Clarke as an infant with his family and a tribesman in the Cape of Good Hope.

A photograph of Thomas Clarke – the first signatory of the 1916 Proclamation – as a baby in Africa in 1859 has come to light. The image shows one of(...)

Armagh’s Jamie Clarke celebrates scoring a point against Roscommon. Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

Roscommon 1-12 Armagh 1-17: Armagh were always in control in seeing off Roscommon’s challenge at Dr Hyde Park in the third round of the football quali(...)

Kildare’s Niall O’Muineachain lifts The Christy Ring Cup after victory over Kerry. Photograph: Inpho

Christy Ring Cup final Kildare 4-22 Kerry 2-22 Nicky Rackard Cup final Tyrone 1-17 Fingal 1-16 Lory Meagher Cup Longford 3-18 Ferm’agh(...)

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