BY TONY CANAVAN Sinn Féin’s success in the 1918 general election A research study carried out at Queen’s University, Belfast (QUB), has found that the 1918 electoral reforms in Britain […]

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BY AODHÁN CREALEY   MARCH 04/1804 The Castle Hill (New South Wales) convict rebellion. Under cover of darkness, over 200 convicts (mainly Irish) escaped from Castle Hill government farm, some […]

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From superstition to Streptomyces. By Eugene Dunphy On the morning of Sunday 2 January 1842, two unnamed young men set out on a mission. A relative of one suffered from […]

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