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# titanic-centenary - Sunday 23 September, 2012

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Video: What futuristic films promised would happen by now

Computer tablets, Big Brother and exploding supernovas – some of these have come true…

# titanic-centenary - Sunday 15 April, 2012

Prayers and silence mark Titanic centenary

As the world paused to remember the victims,officials revealed there may be human remains embedded in the ocean floor where the Titanic came to rest.

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In pictures: The aftermath of the Titanic tragedy

Shivering survivors, grief-stricken relatives waiting on the docks and shock in the White Star Line offices: a pictorial record of the world receiving news that the ‘unsinkable’ ship had done the unthinkable.

# titanic-centenary - Saturday 14 April, 2012

Cold mountain: This is the iceberg that sank the Titanic

The significance of this picture was only discovered long after it was taken by a seaman on another liner cruising off Newfoundland at the time Titanic sank.

# titanic-centenary - Wednesday 11 April, 2012

This is where the Titanic was at this time exactly 100 years ago

Interactive map shows that the ship would have been off the southwestern coast of Ireland, having left Cobh at 1.30pm on this day in 1912.

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The luckiest priest on the Titanic...

Fr Frank Browne left behind one of the most valuable photographic records of the first leg of the Titanic’s maiden voyage. Luckily for him, his Jesuit superior ordered him off the boat at Cobh.

# titanic-centenary - Tuesday 10 April, 2012

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In pictures: Passengers from 'Titanic' cruise stop off in Ireland

They were greeted in Cobh by crowds, music and the ‘Titanic Deals’ discount store…

# titanic-centenary - Monday 19 March, 2012

7 ways to mark the Titanic centenary. Some are rather odd.

With the opening of the world’s largest Titanic exhibition in Belfast in two weeks time – TheJournal.ie gives some alternative ideas of how you can remember the tragic Titanic

# titanic-centenary - Friday 9 March, 2012

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The ocean floor pics that show how the Titanic sank

New images show how the exact break-up of the Titanic might now be understood – and whether the ship had a fatal design flaw.

# titanic-centenary - Monday 16 January, 2012

'Undercover Bishop' and major Titanic drama-doc top RTÉ new season

The national broadcaster has released details of new productions expected to air this spring – including €1.5m dramatisation of what happened ‘below deck’ on the Titanic.

# titanic-centenary - Sunday 1 January, 2012

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Archives show human tragedy and truth behind Titanic sinking

National Library of Ireland resources give Irish perspective on shipping disaster which has its centenary in April this year.

Got €150million to spare? How about 5,000 items from the Titanic...

The treasure trove of personal items and sections of the huge liner’s hull is up for sale – 100 years after the Titanic sank.

# titanic-centenary - Wednesday 9 November, 2011

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Titanic TV series to bring €12m to Irish economy

Arts Minister Jimmy Deenihan hints that the Irish Film Board might be due to announce other new projects coming to film here as he visits set of major series starring Neve Campbell.