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Fr Joseph Mallin in 2006 at his father’s cell on the 1916 landing in Kilmainham Gaol where he visited his father on the  May 8th, 1916 , the day he was executed for his command of the Irish Citizens Army in the St Stephens Green area during the Easter Rising. Fr Malin was aged two  at the time and remembers the visit. Photograph: Alan Betson

President Michael D Higgins is attending a memorial mass for Fr Joseph Mallin who was the last surviving child of one of the executed leaders of the E(...)

 Fr Joseph Mallin SJ: son of Michael Mallin is now 103

In the hills of British India, 120 years ago this summer, there occurred an incident that, small in itself, may have had serious repercussions in Dubl(...)

Marie, Louis and Layla Carroll at the opening of the Film Ireland festival in Hong Kong.

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 President Higgins lays a wreath in the Stonebreakers’ yard in Kilmainham Gaol where 15 rebels were executed in 1916. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

A bitter March wind whipped across the Stonebreakers’ Yard in Kilmainham Gaol. One side of the courtyard was drenched in sunlight, the other cast in d(...)

Fr Joseph Mallin, son of Michael Mallin, with then taoiseach Bertie Ahern at Kilmainham Gaol in 2006. Now aged 102 and living in Hong Kong, Fr Mallin was this week awarded the freedom of  Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson

Patrick Pearse’s closest relative and the nephew of a famous RAF flying ace are among those who will be attending this weekend’s Easter Rising commemo(...)

Dublin Metropolitan Police files noted that Thomas Clarke  had not visited his shop  on St Patrick’s Day. Supt Owen Brien said Clarke had an injury to his arm, the result of an accidental discharge of a revolver

March 18th, 1916 The Irish Times gave extensive reportage to St Patrick’s Day celebrations at home and abroad. The paper noted that there had been no(...)

Suffragist Margaret Sandhurst was the first woman to be given the Freedom of the City, in 1889, three years before her death.

In 140 years, 80 people have been awarded the Freedom of the City of Dublin. Nominated by the Lord Mayor, and approved by Dublin City Council, the awa(...)

Fr Joseph Mallin (102), a Jesuit priest based in Hong Kong, is to be awarded the freedom of the city of Dublin. His father was Commandant Michael Mallin who was in command of the Irish Citizen Army at St Stephen’s Green during Easter Week.

The only surviving child of an executed leader of the 1916 Rising is to receive the freedom of the city of Dublin. Fr Joseph Mallin (102) is a Jesui(...)

A puppet of Vinny Byrne, one of Michael Collins’s hitmen,  in a new animated film. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

At 14, Vincent “Vinny” Byrne was one of the youngest rebels during Easter Week, 1916. The teenager found himself in Jacob’s Biscuit Factory during t(...)

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