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# minister-for-arts - Monday 1 June, 2015

Secret police files of Republican activity in Dublin in 1916 now online

More than 230 individuals were monitored.

# minister-for-arts - Tuesday 24 September, 2013

Govt to ask for 900-year-old manuscript back from Oxford University

The Annals of Inisfallen – written in 1092 – have been on display in the Bodleian Library.

# minister-for-arts - Wednesday 8 May, 2013

"Momentous" eaglet births greeted with concern from farmers

The first white-tailed eagle chicks have been born in Ireland after 100 years – but the Irish Farmers’ Association is calling for more monitoring.

# minister-for-arts - Saturday 6 April, 2013

Invasive species cost Ireland €261 million per year Nature This post contains images

Invasive species cost Ireland €261 million per year

A 2011 regulation bringing in a ban on keeping or trading the creatures is yet to be brought into effect.

# minister-for-arts - Thursday 24 May, 2012

Minister Blending in on Set Pic of the Day

Arts Minister Jimmy Deenihan popped down to the set of the BBC series Ripper Street earlier today. He’s the one in the middle.

# minister-for-arts - Sunday 13 May, 2012

Great Famine victims remembered at national commemoration

Taoiseach linked Ireland’s ‘generational memory’ about Famine years to the country’s fight against root causes of hunger.

# minister-for-arts - Friday 10 February, 2012

No plans for Famine exhibition - because there aren't enough artifacts left

The Minister for Arts said most of what remains is statistical and pictorial.

# minister-for-arts - Wednesday 20 July, 2011

Temple Bar "is working" says Arts Minister

Jimmy Deenihan calls Dublin city area a “cultural oasis” during Absolut Fringe Festival 2011 launch.