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#1916 Easter Rising

# 1916-easter-rising - Tuesday 2 June, 2015

1916 Easter Rising mural to be saved after closure of 'Love/Hate pub'

The mural, by Irish artist Muriel Brandt, is to be moved to Ballymun’s Civic Centre in time for 1916 centenary celebrations.

# 1916-easter-rising - Wednesday 1 May, 2013

The Evening Fix… now with added world's smallest movie

Here are the things we learned, loved and shared today.

Duke of Kent makes history as first royal to lay wreath at 1916 memorial 1916 Easter Rising This post contains images

Duke of Kent makes history as first royal to lay wreath at 1916 memorial

HRH Prince Edward, who is the President of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, visited Glasnevin Cemetery.

# 1916-easter-rising - Thursday 24 January, 2013

Members of public invited to have their say on future of 1916 buildings

The final decision will be “hugely influenced by what the people want to see on Moore Street”.

# 1916-easter-rising - Sunday 29 January, 2012

Column: Yes, centenaries are tourism gold but let's not forget our past for a quick buck

Tour guide John Gibney says Ireland should recognise the events being marked over the coming years as vital parts of our heritage, and not just as opportunities for tourism.