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#Royal Visit

# royal-visit - Wednesday 18 May, 2011

Adams asks Kenny to respect right to boycott Queen’s visit events

The Sinn Féin President lashes out in the Dáil at Taoiseach Enda Kenny, asking him to respect his right not to attend events.

Demonstrators remanded in custody over anti-Royal demonstrations

Twenty demonstrators are remanded in custody with consent to bail, while there are no further public order arrests today.

From The Daily Edge Duking it out, part deux: Who wants to stop for a Guinness? Royal Visit

Duking it out, part deux: Who wants to stop for a Guinness?

One really has a goo on one, doesn’t one, Prince Philip?

From The Daily Edge Duking it out: Our tips for gaffe-prone Prince Philip on his way around Ireland Royal Visit

Duking it out: Our tips for gaffe-prone Prince Philip on his way around Ireland

The Queen’s consort verged on creating another of his trademark foot-in-mouth moments at the Guinness Storehouse this morning so TheJournal.ie has come up with an etiquette checklist for the Duke of Edinburgh.

Twenty people in court over protests during royal visit to Dublin

Gardaí are prepared for further disruptions by demonstrators today, as the British monarch begins the second day of her state visit to Ireland.

Queen Elizabeth begins second day of state visit

Britain’s Queen Elizabeth will visit the Guinness Storehouse, the Irish War Memorial Garden at Islandbridge, Croke Park, and attend a banquet in Dublin Castle later today – where she will be joined by David Cameron.

# royal-visit - Tuesday 17 May, 2011

Traffic jams fit for a Queen: how to get around Dublin

The Queen will tomorrow tour the Guinness Storehouse, Islandbridge and Croke Park. Here’s where traffic will be hit.

Slideshow: Meaningful points on the Queen's itinerary Queen's Visit This post contains images

Slideshow: Meaningful points on the Queen's itinerary

Queen Elizabeth’s itinerary is rich with historical significance – with stops including the National War Memorial Garden and Croke Park. We look at the past events associated with some of her stops.

Twenty to appear in court over Queen's Visit protests

21 people are arrested over a handful of demonstrations coinciding with the Queen’s visit to Dublin city centre this afternoon.

In pictures: the first day of the Queen's historic visit Royal Visit This post contains images

In pictures: the first day of the Queen's historic visit

The first hours of the first ever visit by a British Monarch to the Republic of Ireland – as seen through the camera lens.

The Daily Fix: Tuesday

All the news of the day you might have missed…

From The Daily Edge The Queen's meet-and-tweet: How YOU viewed today's visit Royal Visit This post contains images

The Queen's meet-and-tweet: How YOU viewed today's visit

The conduct of those inside and outside the security cordons in Dublin today comes under scrutiny from Twitter.

State of the city: Dublin traffic restrictions eased after Queen's visit

The temporary partition of Dublin along the Liffey has ended, with bus and Luas services returning to normal.

Twenty-one arrests in city centre as Queen visits Garden of Remembrance Royal Visit This post contains images

Twenty-one arrests in city centre as Queen visits Garden of Remembrance

“All hell breaks loose” on Dorset Street as the Queen arrives to lay a wreath to Irish republicans at the Garden of Remembrance.

Take 5: Tuesday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock.

Gallery: International press focus on historical and security elements of royal visit Royal Visit This post contains images

Gallery: International press focus on historical and security elements of royal visit

Check out some of the headlines the British monarch’s visit to Ireland is generating around the world.

Controlled explosion carried out on “elaborate hoax” device in Fairview

The suspicious device was found earlier this afternoon on Dublin’s northside, just as Queen Elizabeth II was set to touch down in Ireland for visit.

From The Daily Edge How not to... conduct a flag-burning protest Flag Burning This post contains videos

How not to... conduct a flag-burning protest

Rule number one for the symbolic burning of a national flag: Check it is made of flammable material.

From The Daily Edge Play Fantasy Monarchy: Your chance to elect Ireland's royal family Royal Visit This post contains a poll

Play Fantasy Monarchy: Your chance to elect Ireland's royal family

If it came down to it, who would you pick to fill Irish royal roles, such as Rí or Banríon na hÉireann?

From The Daily Edge Union Jack flies across from Government buildings as the Queen touches down Royal Visit

Union Jack flies across from Government buildings as the Queen touches down

The view from Leinster House shows the Union Jack flying next to the Tricolour to welcome Queen Elizabeth II.

Bombs scares and controlled explosion herald the Queen's historic visit to Ireland

It’s all systems go for Queen Elizabeth II’s first ever trip to the Republic. Enda Kenny says he hopes protesters don’t embarass the country as the eyes of the world’s media turn on Ireland.

Céad míle fáilte? Five other controversial visits to Ireland

Our selection of a few other controversial and divisive visits to Ireland from past years – all with lesser impact on Dublin traffic.

Bomb found in Maynooth ahead of the Queen's visit

A viable IED was discovered on a bus in Maynooth last night, while a security alert at the Luas stop in Blackhorse this morning has been declared a hoax.

# royal-visit - Monday 16 May, 2011

Sinn Féin tables motion urging UK to release Dublin-Monaghan files

A private members’ motion put by Sinn Féin coincides with the 37th anniversary of the Dublin-Monaghan bombings.

Gerry Adams suggests alternative celebration for Queen’s visit: a celebration of republicanism

Sinn Féin party leader outlines a range of alternative activities including the release of 1,000 black balloons during the royal visit.

Take 5: Monday

5 stories, 5 minutes, 5 o’clock.

Republican dissidents issue London bomb threat

Scotland Yard says the warning is “non-specific” in time and location – there have been two other security alerts in central London today.

President McAleese sees royal visit as "extraordinary" historical moment

Traffic and parking restrictions are being implemented in the capital today ahead of the royal visit, and will be put in place in Kildare, Tipperary and Cork at the end of the week.

# royal-visit - Friday 13 May, 2011

'Taliban Terry' still being held over alleged Obama threats

While Islam convert is being held in security operation around US presidential visit, file going to the DPP on another man suspected of photographing Garden of Remembrance ‘with intent’.

# royal-visit - Tuesday 10 May, 2011

From The Daily Edge Don't call me princess: Fáilte Ireland makes Queen gaffe Etiquette This post contains videos

Don't call me princess: Fáilte Ireland makes Queen gaffe

So our national tourism board got the British royal etiquette wrong – but how easy is it to know how to greet a monarch? We look at international royal meet ‘n’ greet customs.

# royal-visit - Wednesday 4 May, 2011

Trim pipe bomb may have been protest at Queen's visit

Minsiter for Justice Alan Shatter says a pipe bomb thrown at the Duke of Wellington monument may have been a protest.

# royal-visit - Monday 25 April, 2011

'Real IRA' group threatens to kill more PSNI officers

A group styling itself the ‘Real IRA’ says it will continue to target Northern policemen, and opposes the visit of Queen Elizabeth.

Fairyhouse scrambles to cover up anti-royal slogan burnt into turf

Grand National preparations are disrupted after a slogan protesting the Queen’s visit is burnt into turf at the finishing post.

# royal-visit - Wednesday 20 April, 2011

Kenny 'can't offer cost' for Obama and Queen visits yet

Enda Kenny tells the Dáil that he won’t be able to estimate the costs of the two visits until the arrangements are finalised.

# royal-visit - Wednesday 13 April, 2011

Victims ask UK to release Dublin-Monaghan bombing files

Justice for the Forgotten says the Queen’s visit should coincide with the release of British files into the 1974 bombings.

# royal-visit - Thursday 7 April, 2011

The Daily Fix: Thursday

Our usual wrap-up of the day’s news, and some bits you may have missed from the last 24 hours.

Queen's three-day visit confirmed for May 17

The British Embassy and Áras an Úachtaráin confirm a programme of events including visits to Croke Park and the Guinness Storehouse, as well as stops in Cashel and Cork.

# royal-visit - Monday 4 April, 2011

Pick-axe attack on runway may have been bid to scupper Queen

The weekend attack on the runway at Casement Aerodrome could have been a plan to stop Queen Elizabeth from coming.

Take 5: Monday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock.

Queen's visit set for May 17 as Garda holidays cancelled Exclusive

All leave is cancelled between May 16 and 25 – as officers are told to expect the Queen’s visit between May 17 and 19.