BY AODHÁN CREALEY MARCH 18/1957 The trial of Antrim-born Dr John Bodkin Adams on a charge of murdering Edith Morell, one of his elderly patients, opened at the Old Bailey. […]

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Carra, Co. Mayo By Damian Murphy County Mayo boasts a fine collection of early monastic buildings whose ruined carcasses, each set within a distinctive landscape, have long attracted antiquarians, artists, […]

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MARCH 02 Mon 7.30pm Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland, 63 Merrion Square South. Embodying the past: commemorating history through the arts, Kelly Fitzgerald (RSAI), Valerie Connor (Curator), Louise Lowe […]

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By Joseph E.A. Connell Jr The arrival of the Black and Tans in March 1920 changed the entire complexion of the War of Independence. These ‘irregulars’ were established as a […]

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A ‘grey, eighteenth-century house’ that witnessed the turbulent birth of a new Irish administration and later became a refuge for ‘fallen women’. By Frank Cogan A truly dramatic scene in […]

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