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After all is said and done, more is said than done. Dunquin, Dingle Peninsula, Co Kerry, kerryviews.com
After all is said and done, more is said than done. Dunquin, Dingle Peninsula, Co Kerry, kerryviews.com
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It’s said that the blood that flows in all of us; every one of us in the country is blood that came from across the sea. Our identity is best understood from a maritime perspective. For the past 800 years, Ireland has been a haven for explorers, settlers,…
It’s said that the blood that flows in all of us; every one of us in the country is blood that came from across the sea. Our identity is best understood from a maritime perspective. For the past 80…
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1739 – Birth of Arthur Wolfe, 1st Viscount Kilwarden and Lord Chief Justice in Forenaghts, Co Kildare. 1787 – Birth of Mary Aikenhead in Daunt’s Square off Grand Parade, Cork She is the founder of the Irish Sisters of Charity and St. Vincent’s Hospital…
1739 – Birth of Arthur Wolfe, 1st Viscount Kilwarden and Lord Chief Justice in Forenaghts, Co Kildare. 1787 – Birth of Mary Aikenhead in Daunt’s Square off Grand Parade, Cork She is the found…
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Kindness can become its own motive. We are made kind by being kind. ‘Winter Sunset’, Slieve Corragh, Mourne Mountains, Co Down, Hibernia Landscapes by Stephen Wallace
Kindness can become its own motive. We are made kind by being kind. ‘Winter Sunset’, Slieve Corragh, Mourne Mountains, Co Down, Hibernia Landscapes by Stephen Wallace
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In the Liturgical Calendar, today is the Feast Day of St Manchán mac Silláin, Manchianus in Latin sources, is the name of an early Irish saint, patron of Liath Mancháin, now Lemanaghan, in Co Offaly. He is not to be confused with the scholar Manchán or…
In the Liturgical Calendar, today is the Feast Day of St Manchán mac Silláin, Manchianus in Latin sources, is the name of an early Irish saint, patron of Liath Mancháin, now Lemanaghan, in Co Offal…
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If you don’t like something, change it. If you can’t change it, change your attitude. ‘Armagh Celtic Cross – Winter Sunrise’, This cross marks the location of the graves of four Cardinal Archbishops of Armagh, Patrick Hughes Photography
If you don’t like something, change it. If you can’t change it, change your attitude. ‘Armagh Celtic Cross – Winter Sunrise’, This cross marks the location of the graves of four C…
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At this point, Connolly was co-opted on to the Military Council of the IRB. Photo colourised by 1916 Easter Revolution in Colour
At this point, Connolly was co-opted on to the Military Council of the IRB. Photo colourised by 1916 Easter Revolution in Colour
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Dennis Taylor’s sole world championship victory in 1985 over world number one Steve Davis provided probably the most compelling moments in snooker history. In a final comprising of the best of 35 frames, Taylor lost all frames in the opening session to…
Dennis Taylor’s sole world championship victory in 1985 over world number one Steve Davis provided probably the most compelling moments in snooker history. In a final comprising of the best of 35 f…
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The tests of life are not to break you but to make you. Beara Peninsula, West Cork, Ireland Photography by Scott MacGregor
The tests of life are not to break you but to make you. Beara Peninsula, West Cork, Ireland Photography by Scott MacGregor
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