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Trinity College Dublin’s online exhibition plots Irish women’s road to the vote in 1918, how the campaign was an all-island activity and influenced by events in England.
Is your Irish family name Quinn? You could be related to famous footballers, top businessmen, or Zorba the Greek.
The debate about whether the Irish Gaelic (Gaeilge) language is dead or alive still remains a hot topic in Ireland. We look at the many reasons why Gaeilge is more than just alive as a language.
A scavenger hunt game in New York City’s Grand Central Terminal, which Jackie O helped to save in 1975, features the former first lady as a guide.
How ready are you to face your own death or the death of someone you love?
Gallagher ranks in top twenty surnames in Ireland and so we look at its Irish origins and some of the most famous Gallaghers throughout history.
President Trump’s press secretary revealed she’s some Irish McCain blood on her mother's side and that she took a trip to Galway and Dublin.
An author researching a mystery solves one instead - finding long-lost relatives and stories of her dad.
Members of O'Hara clan include archbishops, writers, and movie stars. Do you have O'Haras in your life? Here's their history.
One of the world's most famous Irish legends, the tale of Tír Na nÓg, a paradise and supernatural realm of everlasting youth, beauty, health, abundance, and joy.
The historic role of the Irish navies in the construction of modern Britain honor at the heart of the UK government.
After a 35-year search for parents, Anthea Ring discovers the identity of the parents who left her under a bush aged nine months.
Ancestry DNA discovers that adopted Hall of Fame Baltimore Orioles pitcher is 94% Irish.
An Irish name with great significance in American history and culture, the most famous Reagan worldwide is undoubtedly that of the 40th president of United States, Ronald Reagan.
"Chasing" your Irish ancestry is about a lot more than historical documents it's about real-life people and their incredible stories. Here's our exciting tale on discovering our families in Ireland and their journeys.
If you’re of Connolly clan, you could be a politician, a revolutionary or a comedian.
Photographer Richard Fitzgerald's beautiful monochrome images from his book "Dark Ireland: Images of a Lost World" show a forgotten Ireland.
Despite the fact that on March 17 1847 thousands had die and hundreds of thousands more faced death the Saint Patrick's Day festivities were not canceled. While many starved the others partied.
Did you march in or attend a St. Patrick's Day parade this weekend? You probably heard this song but do you know it's origins?
The Salmon of Knowledge is the ancient Irish legend of the folklore hero Finn Mac Cumhaill came to have all world’s knowledge.
Dad-of-one David Conway fell seven stories while working on a construction job in Brisbane.
A tattoo of musical icon Phil Lynott is one Irish man's way of celebrating his heritage.
TV show helped California woman find her dream home.
There's plenty we know about St. Patrick's life story but did you know about his wife?
Guinness gives back with a ‘Stache for milestone March, 200 years in USA
March for our Lives: Ireland joins protests to end American gun violence
How to have an Irish Mother's Day
Milwaukee Irish Fest announces 2018 festival lineup
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry on secret trip to Northern Ireland
Pope Francis faces a mission impossible on his Irish trip
Hunt Jackie Kennedy’s ghost in New York City with your friends
Trinity’s online exhibition marks 100th anniversary of Irish women gaining the vote
How hard is it to buy a gun in Ireland? Does it make a difference?
Champ! An Irish Mammy’s recipe for a traditional Irish potato dish