James Connolly

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Dr Kathleen Lynn,   her 1916 Rising Service Medal, is in  Mullen’s Collector’s Cabinet sale, €20,000-€30,000.

“Madame Markievicz was overhead in the condemned cell and we used hear reports that she was to be executed ... We could hear the shootings in the morn(...)

An image of the development for Moore Street including a planned archway as envisaged in June. Illustration: Hammerson

Some of the first plans in the €500 million redevelopment of Dublin city’s most prominent site, the 5.5-acre plot stretching from O’Connell Street to (...)

Tadhg Barry

He was the last high profile victim of the British forces during the War of Independence and 250,000 people lined the streets of Dublin for his funera(...)

Daire Halpin who plays Celine in the opera Elsewhere at the Abbey Theatre, Dublin. photograph: shawn fitzgerald-ahern

As a relative stranger to opera, I am not sure what to expect from the one that opens at Dublin’s Abbey Theatre this coming Monday. But my seat is fir(...)

Members of indigenous groups from Brazil told demonstrators about the deaths of activists and destruction of rainforests. Photograph: PA

Outside the Cop26 summit in Glasgow a group of people are singing, led by a woman holding a staff and clad in a long patchwork coat. Sandy Stratford,(...)

Jeanna De Waal in the musical Diana. Photograph: Sara Krulwich/New York Times

As the Irish Times Royal Correspondent, it has come to my attention that Diana: The Musical is on Netflix, so I’ve cancelled my extensive budget cover(...)

Margaret Skinnider: involved in the three great causes of women, labour and Ireland in the early decades of the 20th century

Margaret Skinnider, who died 50 years ago on October 11th, was involved in the three great causes of women, labour and Ireland in the early decades of(...)

Pronsías O’Rathaille, grandson of  Michael Joseph O’Rahilly, and James Connolly Heron, great grandson of  James Connolly, unveiling a plan for the preservation and development of Moore Street in Dublin 1.  Photograph: Alan Betson

Alternative plans for the redevelopment of Dublin’s Moore Street and the surrounding area have been produced by the Moore Street Preservation Trust an(...)

Father Mathew, ironically for a temperance campaigner, is legless. Or at least, having given him a full-length priest’s robe, the sculptor did not feel the need to supply any leg detail.

Walking down Dublin’s O’Connell Street the other day, I noticed something about which Myles na gCopaleen, formerly of this parish, used to complain. (...)

Debbie Woodward with Nao, a programmable humanoid robot. Photograph: James Connolly

Some primary school pupils in Co Sligo are in for a treat in the coming weeks – they will be learning French from a robot called Nao. The “social rob(...)

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