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From an emigrant store owner to the founder of "The First National Bank of Ireland", this Tipperay man leaves an incredible legacy in Ohio.
One of Ireland's most important female dramatists, short story writers, and writer for radio died on this day, Jan 19, in 1963. Today we remember Teresa Deevy.
On January 19, 1787, Mary Aikenhead, founder of the Irish Sisters of Charity and St. Vincent’s Hospital Dublin, was born in Cork.
Horrific medical experiments on babies in Irish Mother and Baby homes have resulted in comparisons with what Nazi doctors did to countless victims in concentration camps.
As bullets rang out on April 24 1916 who would defend Trinity College? A handful of porters armed with pikes? Four young cadets wielding empty rifles?
Tourism Ireland launches new initiative after major success of the Wild Atlantic Way.
Today, January 16, in 1919, 102 years ago, the law enforcing The Prohibition in the United States was ratified.
The event will feature four presentations with Q&A discussions at the end of each lecture.
Born in Dublin, Thomas John Barnardo's children charity, founded in 1867 is still going strong today and to date has taken in 60k children.
Over 130 monuments and buildings were scanned and brought together at www.3dicons.ie.
Correspondence between Michael Collins and Winston Churchill are very revealing of their respective personalities.
Dermot McEvoy explores Irish writer James Joyce's death and why he is buried in Zurich.
On Jan 13, 1800, Danial O'Connell, known as "The Liberator", gave his first speech opposing Ireland's union with England.
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Penn Rhodeen's "Peacerunner: The True Story of How an Ex-Congressman Helped End the Centuries of War in Ireland" is a must-read for the incoming Irish American US President.
With links to the Benedictines since 1920, one of Ireland's most stunning tourist attractions, this Galway castle is steeped in wonderful history.
John Charles Bigham headed the British Board of Trade's inquiry into the Titanic disaster in 1912.
A group of 600 Irish starving during the Great Hunger set out to Doolough to find food. Most of them did not survive.
From Kilkenny to the home of the President of the United State of America – an Irish architect in America.
19th century letters and recipe book describe luxury as deprivation and Famine riddled the land.
Mary Raftery, the Irish journalist behind "States of Fear" and "Behind the Walls," is remembered today on the anniversary of her death.
Six prehistoric sites in Ireland could be granted World Heritage Site status next year.
Landing safely on Ireland’s shores marks the origins of one of the world’s most beloved hymns.
Major General Robert Ross was the head of the British Army that "burned Washington" in 1814
January 9 marks the anniversary of the final evacuation from the Gallipoli campaign where it's estimated that between 3,500 and 4,000 Irish soldiers died.
What brings tourists to Ireland over and over again?
National Oatmeal Month: Irish oatmeal, bacon and cheddar soufflé recipe
Coronavirus live updates: 117 deaths reported between NI and RoI today
How Martin Luther King inspired a Northern Ireland uprising
Ireland’s most famous pilgrimage sites
Interesting facts about County Antrim
Genetic mapping reveals ancestry between Ireland and Scotland
Paradise Square: The new musical about the Irish and Blacks in NYC's Five Points
Noah Donohoe may have been assaulted before his mysterious death, court hears
Quoting James Joyce, an emotional Joe Biden bids Delaware farewell