Learn about Irish history, folklore, and mythology - from the ancient times of glory to the modern Ireland.
Dublin’s IFI beat off competition from White House and UK’s House of Parliament to win Digital Preservation Coalition Awards.
The US Navy used its hunt for the Titanic shipwreck as a cover-up story in the 1980s
How the election of December 14, 1918, led to the sitting of the first Dáil.
“You must not worry about Santa Claus,” write the President in 1961.
Christmas letter written by daughter of Irish immigrants over a hundred years ago inspires kind act by man who found the note in his fireplace.
From Kilkenny to the home of the President of the United State of America – an Irish architect in America.
Scattered around the Irish countryside the mysterious fairy forts have the power to curse those who cross them and even affect the weather… how much do we really know about these mystical structures?
Today, December 7, marks the 77th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. Would Ireland have acted differently if Michael Collins had lived and been in charge?
Throughout Ireland, Germany, Belgium, France, and around the world today, Christians will engage in their own special traditions to celebrate St. Nicholas Day 2018.
The most explosive date in Irish history – the Irish got their nation, but they also got a Civil War.
The 100th Anniversary of the Spanish Flu pandemic has given scientists and other public health experts an opportunity to ponder not if, but when, another such deadly outbreak might strike.
Oscar Wilde was a child at the time of the American Civil War; he was just eleven when the war ended in 1865. But there are intriguing connections.
Ireland, like most countries, has a number of Christmas traditions that are all its own. We have a look at some of the best traditions that you can bring into your own homes this holiday season.
Births, marriages, burials, school records and census information dating back to 1664 released to the public.
Do you know about the Emerald Isle of the Caribbean?
On this day, December 3, in 1990, Mary Robinson was elected as the tenth president of Ireland, the first woman to hold the role.
Until the Irish brought Halloween to the shores of America, horror stories were best associated with the run up to Christmas time.
Where do Jewish people fit into Irish history? From a strong integrated community to the liberation of Europe and the population's decline.
Witness the 'House of Greyjoy' like you've never seen it before.
Memorial will stand close to church where founder of Glasgow Celtic served.
Defying history and long odds, the President of the United States brought peace.
Though in the throws of "The War to End All Wars", the First World War, troops from both sides stopped fighting and enjoy a few hours of peace in the trenches in 1915.
The last public hanging in Britain took place 150 years ago and the unfortunate man at the wrong end of the rope was Fermanagh native Michael Barrett.
Oscar Wilde is one of Ireland’s greatest exports.
How Irish poet Patrick Kavanagh and The Dubliner's frontman Luke Kelly came together for the famous Dublin ballad On Raglan Road.
Irish whiskey Christmas cookies will warm you up this holiday season
Traditional Irish Christmas plum pudding recipe
How one little girl inspired a New York journalist to restore faith in Santa
Children take over mall to sing favorite Christmas songs in Irish
Darina Allen's Christmas cake recipe
Roscommon siblings back home, “traumatized” after violent eviction
Irish dance duo Hammerstep bring Five Points during US Civil War to life in "Paradise Square"
Irish animated movie shortlisted for a 2019 Oscar award
Irish Film Institute wins prestigious digital preservation award
How to plan your trip to the Guinness U.S. Brewery