The RIC's major role in exposing the Black and Tans has always been grossly underestimated.
Newly formed party Aontú said it would welcome migrants fleeing war-torn countries or economic hardship here and accused the Fine Gael-led government of hollowing out rural Ireland.
The world's first Black Hole Watch is taking place in Dublin tonight.
Defence Forces veterans are set to hold a national march in Cork on May Day to highlight poor pay and conditions endured by serving members of the military.
The festival, officially known as the Féile, was Ireland’s first ever multi-day music festival and took place at Semple Stadium from 1990 to 1994.
One in three women around the world have experienced either sexual or physical violence, an international conference on gender-based violence in Trinity College has heard today.
A 'Repeal the Eighth' rally will take place in Dublin this afternoon.
Six hundred people with a disability are shadowing workplace mentors today.
The Dublin Councillor behind a move to block a Loyalist parade in the city says it will "probably" turn violent.
One Direction have enlisted 100 bodyguards for their upcoming stadium tour.
Kian Egan thinks One Direction could split up because they don't appear to have a close bond anymore.
To banish the curse of St Patty, Dublin Airport have launched a Facebook campaign to spread the word of the real name of our national day.
68 groups involved in the 'Turn Off the Red Light' campaign will be lobbying politicians today to make it illegal to buy sex.
Rebecca Adlington will face her first solo Bushtucker Trial on tonight's 'I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!'.
An 'Opportunities Overseas Expo' will take place in Dublin today with employers from Canada, Australia and New Zealand due to attend.
Professionals are urging people to seek help if they are concerned about their mental health.
Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams has again raised the issue of the Dáil Bar with Leinster House authorities.
Apple CEO Tim Cook says the company has no special 2% tax rate in Ireland.
Lady Gaga is getting her "ass is kicked" from gruelling workouts for her new tour.
Taylor Swift was the world's highest earning music star in 2011, making $35.7 million.
A group of people protesting outside the Central Bank in Dublin for the past few days remain there this afternoon.
Lars Von Trier regrets making "foolish" comments about Nazism at the 'Melancholia' press conference at the Cannes Film Festival in May.
Gardaí are appealing for information after claims that a woman was seriously assaulted in Co. Mayo last weekend.
Lady Gaga claims she "went bankrupt" during her 'Monsters' Ball' world tour.
Demonstrators are converging on Baghdad’s Liberation Square as part of an anti-government rally dubbed the “Day of Rage”.
Florence And The Machine are to start record their album in "April or May".
Fine Gael leader Enda Kenny has said his party will not be distracted by the findings of a new opinion poll in which Fine Gael has almost twice the support of its nearest rival.
Scores of job seekers and new graduates are expected to descend on Dublin's RDS this weekend for the annual 'Working Abroad Expo'.
Electric Picnic organisers’ have announced that Bacardi will host a 1920’s style costume party at the festival on Sunday, September 5, at 2pm.
Millions of revellers will raise pints of the world’s most famous stout tomorrow to toast the birth of Guinness.
Harlequins chief executive Mark Evans has apologised to supporters for the "huge mistakes" made by the club throughout the 'Bloodgate' scandal.
The Rugby Football Union have expressed their "concern" about Tom Williams' claims that he felt under pressure from Harlequins not to make a full disclosure on the events behind the 'Bloodgate' scandal.
Hollywood actress Charlize Theron is rallying support for the campaign for gay marriage - she has written an open letter calling for people of all sexual preferences to join in an upcoming demonstration in California.
'Grandmothers' Day' is being marked today for the first time ever.
Writer and director Armando Iannucci has today confirmed he is working on a new series of The Thick of It, saying the Twitter posts on the subject were written by him.
We are being urged to take part in 'Earth Hour' by living in darkness for an hour at the end of the month.
A man whose photograph appeared on the front page of a national newspaper the day after the 'Love Ulster' parade "essentially engaged in a tug of war with gardaí" has been sentenced to nine months in prison.
Ireland's heavyweight four rowers have failed to qualify for the Olympics final in Beijing.
A 70-year-old man remains in a critical condition in hospital after an incident at a road race in north Co Dublin yesterday evening.
The prevention, treatment and care of cancer will come under the spotlight at a major health conference in Dublin today.
A man has denied in evidence at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court that he threw missiles at gardaí during the Love Ulster parade riots in the city centre two years ago.
Around 3,000 people attended Our Lady’s Hospice in Harold’s Cross Dublin today for the annual 'Light up a Life' remembrance ceremony.
Up to 8000 people are expected to stage a rally in Limerick today to call on the Government to take ownership of the Shannon airport controversy.
The Rolling Stones famous tongue artwork has fetched a quarter of a million pounds at an auction.
The Minister for Justice says there will be an inquiry into the violence that erupted in Dublin yesterday.
Northern Secretary Peter Hain has ruled out a public inquiry into the so-called 'Stormontgate' scandal that led to the collapse of the North's power-sharing institutions more than three years ago.
TWO in five motorists have admitted to drink-driving in the past 12 months, according to a report released yesterday.
LUKE DONALD’S hours of practice in the ‘Windy City’ of Chicago were being put to the acid test yesterday as Sawgrass finally bared its teeth.
Irish companies need to invest in technology if they are to enjoy the benefits of the Celtic Tiger according to Patricia Callan, SFA Assistant Director.
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