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While none of the films are new to the internet, many of them are already widely circulated. For instance, Great Cork Treaty (1922), a silent panorama of Michael Collins addressing thousands of people on Cork’s Grand Parade, when the throng is thrown into disarray by gunshots...

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Three year old Mateusz Abram and his father Pawel finding Easter Eggs in Kilrush, Co Clare on Sunday Morning. The Co. Clare town of Kilrush woke up to an incredible Easter surprise, this morning, with the Easter bunny leaving 5,000 eggs around the town’s square and streets. Photograph by Eamon Ward

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TODAY'S COLUMNIST

Foaming at the mouth as half-baked culinary aspirations go up in smoke

NOT ONLY am I a rotten cook, but I’m never going to be anything other than a rotten cook, and if that’s not important to you, I’m sorry.

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Labour were never going to walk on water

AT LEAST it was fitting in Holy Week that we asked the question: Will Labour walk on water?

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TODAY'S BUSINESS

Central Bank imposes €575k fines

The Minister for Finance Michael Noonan has confirmed that the Central Bank has imposed fines totalling €575,640 to date this year in relation to administrative sanctions procedure cases.

Features

Fostering a pet can be a rewarding and worthwhile experienceBy Georgina O’Halloran

Fashion & Beauty

Oils are going with the flow as beauty treatmentsBy Lisa Haynes

Food & Drink

Ramen is the ultimate comfort foodBy Darina Allen

Health & Life

Bullying scars ‘remain after 40 years’By John von Radowitz

Home & Interiors

Shine some light into the room with innovative illuminationBy Kya deLongchamps

Travel

The killing fields at Flanders are worth a visitBy Clodagh Finn

Arts, Film & TV

Best of the Week’s TV (April 12-18)by Des O’Driscoll (Twitter @desodr1)

Outdoors

Minding our wildflowers By Donal Hickey

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