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2014/08/28 22:09
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Dublin banking on American football fans August 28, 2014 DUBLIN – Ed Schnure arrived in Dublin on Thursday morning feeling a bit groggy. After sitting in traffic for almost two hours before boarding...
2014/08/28 22:09
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2014/08/25 21:49
2014/08/25 21:49
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Poet Desmond O’Grady dies, aged 78 President Michael D Higgins leads tributes to Limerick-born Aosdána member Desmond O’Grady and Margaret Hayes from Limerick at the launch of the Beckett Centenary...
2014/08/22 09:41
2014/08/22 09:41
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Script's homecoming gig sells out in three minutes | Irish Examiner Script's homecoming gig sells out in three minutes Friday, August 22, 2014 - 10:00 AM The Script has sold out a homecoming show...
2014/08/22 07:14
2014/08/22 07:14
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The concept was not new and had originally been suggested by Haughey, building on an idea by John Hume, the leader of the SDLP who in 1998 would share the Nobel Peace Prize with David Trimble. But...
2014/08/21 00:49
2014/08/21 00:49
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Rehabilitating Miler Magrath – a Catholic and Protestant bishop The married Franciscan who fathered nine children Miler Magrath: “The rehabilitation process could be tricky. For Catholics, Miler has...
2014/08/20 10:41
2014/08/20 10:41
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The Script to play Dublin Castle homecoming show | Irish Examiner The Script to play Dublin Castle homecoming show Wednesday, August 20, 2014 - 10:31 AM The Script are to play a 'homecoming show'...
2014/08/18 21:41
2014/08/18 21:41
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... Rising put stop to even weather readings | Irish Examiner 1916 Rising put stop to even weather readings A note in Trinity College's 98-year-old weather records, signed by student S A Clark,...
2014/08/17 10:51
2014/08/17 10:51
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My Primrose Hill: Manager of The Pembroke reveals railway history of pubTom Hobbs Tom Hobbs is the manager of The Pembroke Castle pub in Gloucester Avenue, Primrose Hill, which has just reopened...
2014/08/07 11:49
2014/08/07 11:49
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Easter Rising seen as an exercise in futility Opinion: There’s an overlap between views of John Bruton and cheerleaders for the IRA’s 1971-1998 campaign ‘Given the ideology he espouses, Bruton...
2014/08/03 11:50
2014/08/03 11:50
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The diary of a British soldier has revealed that Patrick Pearse whistled on his way to his execution in 1916 and that Thomas Clark had to be finished off with a bullet to the head. The Irish Times...
2014/07/30 00:49
2014/07/30 00:49
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An unholy hour An Irishman’s Diary about war, theatre, and Dublin Castle’s Chapel Royal The Chapel Royal at Dublin Castle. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien In all my years of schooling, there can’t have...
2014/07/28 16:49
2014/07/28 16:49
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Thinker, traitor, soldier, spy? An Irishman’s Diary about the Howth gunrunning Guns being landed at Howth in 1914. The figure on the far right is Erskine Childers. Photograph: National Museum of...
2014/07/28 14:23
2014/07/28 14:23
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Sandcastles fit for a king go on show By Laura Larkin – 28 July 2014 12:00 AM IT is far better than anything seen on the beaches during the recent heatwave. Proving that sand and castles really are...
2014/07/27 14:49
2014/07/27 14:49
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A Midsummer night’s cacophany An Irishman’s Diary about Shakespeare (and movies) in the park It’s good to squawk: like hecklers from the cheap seats in an Elizabethan theatre. Photograph: Alan...
2014/08/28 22:09
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