Exhibition, Linen Hall Library, Belfast, until 31 May 2019, www.makingthefuture.eu. For most of history, Anonymous was a woman’, wrote Virginia Woolf in an essay titled A room of one’s own. […]

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BY TONY CANAVAN New life for Belfast courthouse A new landmark hotel for Belfast is set to open in the Crumlin Road Courthouse. This historic building has remained derelict for […]

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In recent years the commemoration of those who participated in the First World War has become less contentious. By William Murphy In an initiative that attracted considerable attention, each day […]

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BY AODHÁN CREALEY JANUARY 01/1892 Ellis Island, the US government’s busiest immigrant inspection station for over 60 years, officially opened. One can only speculate as to how Annie Moore (17) […]

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By Helen Litton The Daly family of Limerick is noted in Irish history for having produced the Fenian John Daly, his nephew Edward, commandant of the Four Courts during the […]

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