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Tuesday 3 October 2023 Dublin: 14°C

# 1916

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Pictures: Ireland marks 100 years since the 1916 Rising
The day in pictures.
Watch: The proclamation of the Irish Republic has been read once more at the GPO
The proclamation, first read by Padraig Pearse on Easter Monday 1916, was re-read by Defence Forces Captain Peter Kelleher
6 great Dublin pubs with a place at the heart of Ireland's independence
Steeped in history.
Watch: RTÉ just tortured an incredibly cute child into giving them his take on 1916
The poor fella is FROZEN.
Poll: Do you think the Luas drivers are right to strike today and tomorrow?
The impasse between Luas operator Transdev and the tram drivers will see a full strike on the service at the height of the 1916 commemorations.
Voices of 1916: 'Con was in love with Lucy - and would have married her if he had lived'
Elizabeth Colbert had not known how deeply involved her brother Con was with the rebels ahead of the Rising – but she knew that he harboured a secret love.
The story behind the railroad workers airbrushed out of this 1916 picture
Changing attitudes over the past century saw railway workers hidden away.
15 times 1916 commemorations had no chill
No chill at all.
President Michael D Higgins kicks off 1916 celebrations with wreath-laying ceremony
The ceremony took place in Dublin’s Garden of Remembrance.
Marty Morrissey in full 1916 regalia took Ireland by storm on last night's Late Late
He went ALL OUT.
Massive concert to mark 1916: 1,100 singers from 32 choirs join forces with RTÉ orchestra
The Easter Sunday show will be broadcast live on RTÉ tomorrow.
Nobody could cope with Marty Morrissey's 1916 look on The Late Late Show last night
He went ALL OUT.
Poll: Will you be attending an event over the 1916 centenary weekend?
The next three days will see celebrations in Dublin and across the country in commemoration of the centenary of the Easter Rising.
Everything you need to know about getting into and around Dublin this weekend
Planning on attending a 1916 event? Not sure what the arrangements are?
Voices of 1916: 'The bullets fell like rain, the firing came from all sides'
Dr Kathleen Lynn was in Dublin’s City Hall during the Easter Rising, tending the wounded, and relates the tension and horror of that bloody week.
This Dublin duo wrote a song about the Easter Rising based on 1916 morse code
Dublin band Contour based their song Rebellion on the sound of the morse code broadcast in 1916.
These two Irish lads got drunk and tried to explain the 1916 Rising
Was it for this? etc etc…
Voices of 1916: 'I knew it meant war - but I was honoured to print the Proclamation'
Printer Christopher Brady was called to Liberty Hall on Easter Sunday 1916 for a special job – he was stunned to read the text of the Proclamation calling for a Republic.
This Cork supermarket has a very patriotic deal on whiskey this week
1916 Liveblog: The sources
This is where all that information came from.
Voices of 1916: 'John Healy, 14, a schoolboy, had his brain hanging all over his forehead'
A nurse tending the wounded and dying of Easter 1916 at the Mater hospital recalls the shocking sights that would stay with her for the rest of her life.
Everything you need to know about the Easter Rising events in Dublin this weekend
Around half a million people are expected to attend, with the main event of 2016 taking place on Sunday.
Was it for this? Rising heroes would be disappointed today, teens say
Almost half of all students do not think that the 1916 leaders would be happy with Ireland today.
Voices of 1916: 'Crying, terrified children came to us for shelter'
Fr Aloysius Travers was at lunch when he heard the first shots of the Rising. By the end, he was accompanying Volunteer leaders to their execution.
Bus Éireann to lay on extra services for Easter weekend
600,000 people are expected to pass in and out of Dublin over the course of the 1916 Rising centenary commemorations.
Here's why helicopters and planes were flying low over Dublin today
There’s no need for concern – the Air Corps craft were simply preparing for the 1916 parade.
Documentary claims 1916 British massacre of Dublin civilians was due to 'unclear orders'
The claim is contained in a new documentary by Michael Portillo.
People are absolutely loving Irish Rail's €19.16 Easter train fare
And there’s a history lesson on the Dart.
Last surviving child of executed 1916 leader awarded Freedom of Dublin
Fr Joseph Mallin was just two years old when his father was killed by firing squad in May 1916.
Post boxes around Dublin are being painted red for the 1916 centenary
It’s all part of a new history project on the Rising from An Post.
The mystery of the historic bomb-making equipment found in a Dublin attic
Jorge Zulkouski found the items ten years ago and with the 1916 centenary coming up, he thought now was the time to try to find out more.
WATCH: This amazing short film recreates the 1916 Easter Rising entirely with Lego
It’s very, very impressive.
Football jerseys, fridge magnets and a sex toy: Just some of the 1916 merch you can buy
They could all be yours.
1916 victory: Moore Street has been declared a 'battlefield site'
The government will now have to revisit an earlier decision which could lead to the demolition of certain buildings.
Dublin City Council is standing by its controversial 1916 banner
The banner generated a lot of criticism when it was unveiled at the beginning of the week.
These Dublin Junior Infants want a National Donut Day in the Irish Proclamation
Vote them in immediately!
Your photos: Children share their hopes and dreams as Ireland marks its Proclamation Day
From pre-schools to the Garda College – here’s how Ireland has been marking the day.
There's going to be a new Roger Casement statue at the Dún Laoghaire baths
A proposal to erect a statue of the Irish nationalist behind the site has been given the green light.
Thieves to target crowds at St Patrick's Day and 1916 events, gardaí warn
Thieves will be taking advantage of the fact that people will be distracted in the city centre.
Poll: What do you make of the controversial 1916 banner at College Green?
Revisionism or just a fuller version of history?