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Myles Joyce, who was hanged in Galway in 1882 and is widely accepted as being innocent of the Maamtrasna murders. Photograph courtesy of the National Library of Ireland

The handwriting was impeccable but written in a language the correspondent did not speak. “Sir, I beg to state through the columns of your influent(...)

The aftermath of the Birmingham bombing in 1974.

A “significant” piece of information has been sent to the coroner who is considering reopening the Birmingham pub bombings inquests. Senior coroner f(...)

In many ways, this car should not be here at all. After all, when Ford bundled then-ailing Jaguar together with successful Land Rover in order to be a(...)

Lieutenant Gerald Neilan was the first British officer to die in the Easter Rising.

Shirley Mowbray never knew her uncle Arthur Neilan and was in her late teens when he died in 1944. Neither did she hear her father Dr Charles James Ne(...)

Irish cyclist Daniel Martin of Etixx-QuickStep team celebrates winning the third stage of the 96th Volta a Catalunya cycling race between Gerona and La Molina, Catalonia, Spain inMarch. Photograph: EPA/Quique Garcia

If there were any lingering doubts that Ireland’s Dan Martin could take on and beat the world’s best riders, they were dispelled last month. The locat(...)

 Luana Lucchesi was fired after it was alleged she cursed at and covered the mouth of a child, and inappropriately covered the head of another infant with a blanket in 2012. She is appealing the decision. File photograph: Eric Luke /The Irish Times

A creche employee who was fired for not co-operating with an investigation into allegations of child abuse against a co-worker has spoken of a “Birmin(...)

David Cameron embraces his father Ian in April, 2010. Photograph: Toby Melville

British prime minister David Cameron has insisted he derives no financial benefit from offshore accounts held by his late father, which were revealed (...)

David Cameron said Britain’s struggling steel industry could face EU tariffs if hte country voted to leave. Photograph: Christopher Furlong/PA Wire

David Cameron has denied that being in the European Union is hampering efforts to save Britain’s struggling steel industry, warning the situation wou(...)

Doug Parker: “We recognise that there is a team-building component to profit-sharing.”

Boom: supersonic aircraft coming back with a bang Supersonic aircraft are back in planning with news that not only are Nasa in the game to design a “l(...)

UK car imports: Irish consumers thinking of buying an import have been told to “grab the opportunity now because no one knows what could actually happen in the event of a Brexit”. Photograph: Matt Cardy/Getty Images

The June 23rd vote on a potential exit from the European Union by the United Kingdom will have far reaching consequences for the Irish economy, not le(...)

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