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Saturday 2 December 2023 Dublin: 3°C

# 1916

All time
Copy of Irish Proclamation sells for €185,000
Original copies of the document are rare.
Average hotel prices in Dublin soar ahead of 1916 celebrations
It will cost an average of €199 per night for a double room.
Irish wolfhounds, armed Volunteers and inter-county GAA stars gather in Croke Park
It’s all part of the GAA’s 1916 Commemorative Event which takes place on 24 April.
Ultra-rare half Proclamation to be auctioned in Dublin
The document is one of two original copies up for sale this weekend.
RTÉ's acclaimed Easter Rising drama from 1966 is coming back to TV screens
Many people have been calling for the show to be reshown.
Ian Madigan pays tribute to the men and women of 1916 with these neon green boots
The Leinster man kicked the winning penalty in the 19 – 16 win over Ospreys, the same numbers he had inscribed on his boots.
Here's why you'll see these women on buses all over Ireland
They were snipers, cooks and doctors during the 1916 Rising.
Dissident republicans want to mark Easter Rising by 'killing police officers' - PSNI
Police have said an attack is “highly possible”.
Easter Monday in Dublin is set to be a family-friendly 1916 spectacular
RTÉ’s Reflecting the Rising on Monday 28 March will be the “biggest public history and cultural event ever staged in Ireland”.
Never mind the cordon: Christ Church reverses decision to close on Easter Sunday
The cathedral said it plans to remember those who died in the 1916 Rising during its Easter Sunday morning service.
Luas drivers will strike on Easter Sunday and Monday
It comes in addition to St Patrick’s Day.
Fascinating statistics compare modern-day Ireland to the country in 1916
Births, deaths, marriages … and the most popular baby names.
The GPO's flashy new 1916 exhibit is a cross between Rebellion and Call of Duty
It opens the day after Easter Monday.
Step inside the 1916 tour bus and see if you're up for the fight
Transport Minister Paschal Donohoe had a go this morning.
Dublin churches forced to close on Easter Sunday due to 1916 security cordon
The Archdiocese said parishes in the city centre were told there will be no ready access to their churches on the day.
Rare personal papers shed light on private lives of 1916 signatories
The Seán MacDiarmada and Thomas MacDonagh collections are the latest tranche of Easter Rising-related documents to have been digitised by the National Library.
Want to see the real Rebellion? These photographs bring you to the heart of the Rising
It’s part of an exhibition by the National Library of Ireland.
These gorgeous cartoons will help you easily understand what happened in 1916
Artist Fergal McCarthy’s work is on show at the Little Museum of Dublin.
Dev's grandson says RTÉ's portrayal of him in Rebellion was 'an embarrassment'
Éamon Ó Cuív says it was “entirely false”.
Finally, 9 important answers to 'Was it for this?'
Romantic Ireland’s dead and gone…
Schoolkids from Cork just made 'Lego 1916 The Movie' and it's totally amazing
Seriously you need to see this.
Schoolkids from Cork just made 'Lego 1916 The Movie' and it's totally amazing
Seriously you need to see this.
Irish Republican memes are taking over the internet
The Rising centenary gets its own jokes.
Was Rebellion right to say Pádraig Pearse 'signed the death warrants' of 1916's leaders?
Rebellion suggested he ensured they would be executed.
Do you know this man? Call for public's help in identifying 1916 witness
The man was nearly shot in the head during the 1916 Easter Rising.
A swish new €2 coin comes into circulation today to commemorate 1916
It will be the first time Ireland has introduced a personalised €2 coin.
Gerry Adams is hopeful he'll be Taoiseach for the Easter Rising centenary
Sinn Féin has launched its policy for older people, but not everyone is impressed.
The national anthem sung in English? Rebellion's writers were absolutely right about that
The Irish language version didn’t come until a few years later.
Bullets and burns were flying in last night's action-packed episode of Rebellion
It’s day three of the uprising and the gloves are off.
Gerry Adams will speak to the nation on the eve of the Rising centenary
The Sinn Féin leader will deliver a keynote speech on live TV at the conclusion of the party’s Ard Fheis.
Rebellion's Finnish director on criticism of the drama, and his bid to demystify 1916...
His military background informed Aku Louhimies’ approach to the 1916 drama, he tells
Britain to return 1916 banner seized as war trophy from Countess Markievicz's home
The Na Fianna Éireann banner has been in a collection at the British Imperial War Museum since 1936.
Google team up with Colin Farrell to tell the story of the Rising...and it's wonderful
The impressive interactive website was launched this evening.
Was an unarmed policeman really shot dead at Dublin Castle during the Easter Rising?
The incident was a central part of last night’s episode of Rebellion.
'I slept in 18 Moore Street in protest this weekend. Once these buildings are gone, they're gone'
The ultimate question in all of this is, ‘what we value more as a society’. We can always build more shopping centres or hotels in different city centre sites, but we can never rebuild our history once destroyed, writes Sean Fox.
Poll: Do you support the Moore Street occupation?
What do you make of it?
Busting the myths of who exactly was inside Dublin's GPO during the Easter Rising...
The GPO Garrison Easter Week, a 30-year labour of love for author Jimmy Wren, aims to say definitively who was present in the landmark building during the seismic events of late April 1916.
Nine free and easy ways to learn about Irish history online
To research Irish history, all you need is an internet connection.
"We want the Republic": Rally to support Occupy Moore Street protesters
A crowd of around 200 people were addressed by Sinn Féin’s Mary Lou McDonald and other politicians.
Builders down tools as protesters occupy buildings on Moore Street
A man has put a flag on the top of the roof of one of the terraced properties.