IN THIS BUSY DECADE OF COMMEMORATIONS, LITTLE OR NO ATTENTION HAS BEEN PAID TO ONE SIGNIFICANT AREA OF IRISH ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL LIFE By Dermot O’Doherty In the hope-filled days […]

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By Tony Canavan Big award for Titanic Belfast Titanic Belfast was recently named Europe’s leading visitor attraction at the World Travel Awards, beating Paris’s Eiffel Tower, Barcelona’s La Sagrada Familia, […]

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EXHIBITION AT THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF IRELAND, KILDARE STREET By Fiona Reilly Radiant butterflies collected by Roger Casement in present-day Colombia greet visitors on entering a new exhibition at the […]

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The 150th anniversary of the founding of Alexandra College, Dublin’s well-known school for girls, is being celebrated this year, and to mark the occasion the College, along with Lilliput Press, […]

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JANUARY 01/1909 Claimants to the state pension under the terms of the Old Age Pensions Act (1908) received their first payments at post offices throughout the country. Charged with awarding […]

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