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On this day in 1969, famed Irish writer Samuel Beckett won the Nobel Prize for Literature.
In 1839 three hundred people died, 25 percent of houses in Dublin City were destroyed, and 42 ships were sunk in category four to five winds.
As Ireland assesses the damage caused by category three level winds another storm is en route from the Atlantic.
Ireland sets about recovering as 245,000 left without electricity and massive national damage is assessed.
An Irish Halloween: season of mellow fruitfulness, and scary stuff too.
From the Macnas Samhain parades, to classic horror radio, Victorian fun parks and horrible stuff in between.
Blanchardstown locals filed an appeal against plans for the mosque in the area, citing concerns the call to prayer would cause "noise pollution."
Trinity and RCSI researches discover abnormalities in blood-brain barrier could play major role in development of debilitating condition.
'From Decadence to Despair' maps out his meteoric rise to fame and dramatic fall from grace at Trinity Library’s Long Room.
Young woman suffers serious burns and hearing loss after vicious attack videoed by laughing crowd.
General John Kelly accused of Boston Irish racism for comments on black congresswoman
Fungie the dolphin injured by Storm Ophelia
Should Catholics turn their back on “evil” Halloween for “Holyween”?
Best Samuel Beckett quotes on anniversary of his Nobel Prize for Literature
Grace Kelly's granddaughter Camille looks so much like her
Pope Francis confirms Irish trip in August to top Irish official
The truth about JFK’s assassination is about to come out — here’s what it is.
Vandals desecrate Virgin Mary statue in Northern Ireland in apparent sectarian attack
On this day President JFK announced the existence of Soviet missiles in Cuba
Are you Irish living in America? This theater production wants you