Locals of Tenneville, about 150kms south of Brussels joined with a small invited delegation from Meath to unveil the restored memorial which now has most of the Latin inscription translated in both English and Irish.
Mon, 09 Sep, 2019
As Northern Ireland once again prepares for the marching season, it is becoming increasingly evident that neither the police, local politicians nor the secretary of state has any control over the gangs of so-called Loyalists constructing bonfires the size of tower blocks close to homes, businesses and children’s play areas.
Thu, 11 Jul, 2019
A man stabbed 28 times before escaping from the boot of a car that was pushed into a canal near the Battle of the Boyne site, has told a Central Criminal Court jury that he thought he was going to die.
Thu, 14 Feb, 2019
When William crushed the deposed Catholic King James ll and his Jacobite army of some 25,000 men, the victory was celebrated with songs and prayers in the Catholic cathedrals of William’s allies — the Dutch, the Danes, and the Germans, writes.
Sat, 09 Jul, 2016
IF, ON first meeting him, you did not know his background, you could easily imagine Chris Thackaberry strolling down O’Connell Street in a Celtic jersey or coming home from Hill 16 on a summer Sunday having seen the Dubs lose from a winning lead for the umpteenth time.
Tue, 12 Jul, 2011
Britain’s Queen Elizabeth will make one of the shortest but most significant journeys of her 57-year reign when she travels to Ireland later this year. It comes more than 150 years after the trips by Queen Victoria.looks at the first visits of Victoria and her predecessor, George IV.
Sat, 05 Mar, 2011
THE story of a family’s struggle against the weight of the Catholic Church and a compelling and detailed historical novel, Tim Fanning’s account of the Fethard-On-Sea boycott leaves no stone unturned and no angle uncovered.
Mon, 01 Mar, 2010