Ardal O’Hanlon outside 28 Upper Pembroke Street where his grandfather was in action on Bloody Sunday. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

The bloodiest place on Bloody Sunday (November 21st, 1920) morning was 28 Upper Pembroke Street off Fitzwilliam Square. A century ago this handsome fo(...)

Paddy Flanagan: skilled fiddler and accordion player

Paddy Flanagan, who has died in his 101st year, was the last known link with the Fermanagh Gaeltacht. In every way he was steeped in the traditions of(...)