# history - Today’s News
# history - Sunday 20 July, 2014
Shane Lowry was the clubhouse leader until Australia’s Marc Leishmann equalled his score to go -12.
# history - Saturday 12 July, 2014
Archaeologist Neil Jackman brings us on a round tower with a view and a fantastically flamboyant neo-gothic mansion.
# history - Thursday 10 July, 2014
The A-Z exhibition showcases a diverse range of beautiful and culturally significant artifacts.
# history - Sunday 6 July, 2014
The 22-year-old is not the first high-profile star to withdraw from the tournament.
# history - Wednesday 25 June, 2014
The study in the journal PLOS ONE is the first to analyze feces in an attempt to show precisely what kinds of foods our long-extinct kin were eating.
# history - Tuesday 24 June, 2014
Colour makes all these amazing photos seem that little bit more real.
# history - Friday 6 June, 2014
“Allied troops landed on the Normandy coast of France in tremendous strength by cloudy daylight today and stormed several miles inland.”
# history - Wednesday 4 June, 2014
The issue has come to light as a result of research which found death records for 796 infants in an unmarked grave beside a children’s home.
Even if the Government hasn’t yet.
# history - Friday 30 May, 2014
If follows a European Court of Justice ruling that individuals have the right to have links to information about them deleted from searches
# history - Sunday 25 May, 2014
The Battle of Clontarf did not go down exactly as you might have read in primary school.
# history - Friday 23 May, 2014
Mark McCall’s captain has been passed fit to face a star-studded Toulon team in the Heineken Cup final.
# history - Monday 19 May, 2014
And the bidding starts at $10,000 for those interested.
# history - Wednesday 14 May, 2014
A new book by an Irish amateur historian says that two men were responsible for Cromwell’s dastardly reputation.
# history - Tuesday 13 May, 2014
The money will be made available so that the projects can open in time for the centenary of the 1916 Rising.
# history - Sunday 11 May, 2014
The Missouri player was picked by the St. Louis Rams.
# history - Thursday 8 May, 2014
A little snippet of history.
# history - Sunday 4 May, 2014
Hands up those who knew Atari had a manufacturing plant in Tipperary during the late 70s/early 80s?
The newly-available batch includes the will of Irish poet Francis Ledwidge.
# history - Saturday 3 May, 2014
Archaeologist Neil Jackman guides us through an ancient roadway that traversed Ireland, a fine medieval priory and an intriguing hermit cell hidden in a church.
# history - Thursday 1 May, 2014
Details of deaths, births and marriages recorded in Ireland from 150 years ago are now available to view online…
# history - Wednesday 30 April, 2014
The site where the 1916 Rising leaders surrendered on Moore Street is to become a commemorative centre.
# history - Tuesday 29 April, 2014
The National Archives and findmypast.ie team up to release records which survived Civil War blaze.
# history - Saturday 26 April, 2014
# history - Wednesday 23 April, 2014
It tells the story of the groundskeeper who called a ceasefire during the Easter Rising in order to feed the ducks.
# history - Sunday 20 April, 2014
A wreath was laid outside the steps of the GPO with the Proclamation of the Republic also read out.
Collins gives an impassioned speech before shots are fired and some fights break out.
# history - Saturday 19 April, 2014
The 140,000 Irishmen who enlisted during WWI marched under a British flag, but their reasons for enlisting to fight against Germany were varied and many.
Lovely Doneraile Park, ancient Derrynaflan and iconic Clonmacnoise – archaeologist Neil Jackman guides you through these magical sites.
# history - Friday 18 April, 2014
From The Daily Edge
Hmm, “All Star Teens” is an odd network name…
Blood, battle cries and graphic art.
# history - Sunday 13 April, 2014
As part of a series of interviews with Dubliners, journalist Eoin Lynch and photographer Deirdre Brennan paint a picture of the characters of the capital.
# history - Saturday 12 April, 2014
Tom Farquharson emigrated to Wales after being arrested for IRA involvement in the early 1920s. He was a cup winner six years later.
# history - Friday 11 April, 2014
Many opponents of marriage equality espouse the values of ‘tradition’ and believe sanctioned unions have always been between a man and a woman … but that’s not true, writes Peter Ferguson.
The Battle of Clontarf was fought on Good Friday 1014, when the high-king Brian Boru lost his life.
# history - Wednesday 9 April, 2014
# history - Tuesday 8 April, 2014
Although one Windsor resident asked “what’s happening here today?”
# history - Monday 7 April, 2014
Christian Gross, Tim Sherwood and Jacques Santini all feature on our list.
# history - Sunday 6 April, 2014
The anniversary of the 1913 Lockout has ended, but it offers us an opportunity to re-examine this history.
# history - Wednesday 2 April, 2014
An exclusively all female Guard of Honour, drawn from women serving in the Army, Navy and Air Corps, gathered to commemorate the women of the Cumann na mBan today.