On this day in 1847, Michael Cusack, the so-called 'father of the GAA,' was born in Co Clare. The GAA has gone on to make a considerable impact on Ireland's history.
Not with a bang but with a whimper the Irish have moved on from the Catholic Church “do as I say” ruling entering a new era of the Irish church.
The most significant section of Tim Pat Coogan’s book "The Famine Plot" on the Irish Famine is printing of the UN definition of genocide.
Looking at the political landscape in the wake of the Adams departure, can Michelle O'Neill and Mary Lou McDonald bring Sinn Féin forward in 2018?
Tim Pat Coogan writes on the legacy of the outgoing Sinn Fein leader and where the party goes from here.
Self-absorbed “it’s only business” mentality of 45th dealing with climate change and nuclear weapons strikes fear.
Reviews: 1916, 100 Years of Irish Independence by Tim Pat Coogan and The Soul Exceeds Its Circumstances, The Later Poetry of Seamus Heaney edited by Eugene O’Brien.
I would argue that Irish independence should be celebrated on November 21 - Bloody Sunday, the day that Michael Collins’ Squad, The Twelve Apostles, shot 14 British Secret Service agents dead in their beds.
“1916 the Morning After” – An incisive and brilliant look at Ireland through the last century.
25,000 sign anti-Channel 4 famine sitcom petition.
Mean-spirited and unwilling to do business with nationalists.
The peace process is in danger again and it's time for Irish Americans to become involved.
A proud race should cast off the English yoke.
Without Father Alec Reid there would never have been a peace process in Northern Ireland. Tim Pat Coogan remembe...
The following is an extract from “The Famine Plot: England's Role in Ireland's Greatest Tragedy,” from Ireland'’...
Consul General Noel Kilkenny, Jean Kennedy Smith and Tim Pat Coogan at Coogan’s launch party on Friday night. (Photo by James Higgins)
Tim Pat Coogan, the Irish historical writer and author of “The Famine Plot,” will lecture and sign books at Irel...
Tim Pat Coogan writes on the need to arrest those who caused the Irish economic meltdown.
How, in a nation brimming with crops and surrounded on all sides by teeming seas, could the Irish people have st...
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Best Irish songs you love to hear all in one excellent playlist
Co Clare hotel becomes first in Ireland to run on its own hydroelectricity
How to make the perfect Irish curry sauce for your chips
Irish teen's body brutally dismembered by crime gang
Irish tourist attraction of the week: 300-million-year-old Dunmore Cave
Racism is an issue in an Irish general election for the first time
These are the best golf courses in Ireland for 2020
This son of an Irish emigrant invented Artificial Intelligence and changed the world
In memory of a kind Irishman who deserved better