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# 40 years on

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'It doesn't diminish': The legacy of the 1981 hunger strikes, 40 years on
This Monday will mark 40 years since Bobby Sands went on hunger strike.
Stardust 40th anniversary: 'I remember what I did after my brother's funeral. I went to another funeral'
In the early hours of Valentine’s day 40 years ago, there was a fire in the Stardust club in north Dublin.
What it was like to set up a rape crisis centre in an Ireland that was 'so punishing of women'
In 1979, when the DRCC was founded, it wasn’t a crime for a man to rape his wife.
'It's not about making Elvis cool again, it's about keeping him cool': Ireland's tribute acts to the King
Elvis Presley died 40 years ago today, but his music lives on in Ireland’s many tribute acts.
'It frightened the life out of me': Mary Boyle's mother has been sent hate mail
Saturday marks the 40th anniversary of Mary’s disappearance.
These Maryland sisters disappeared 40 years ago. Now, a man's been charged.
Sheila and Katherine Lyon disappeared from a Maryland shopping mall in 1975 and were never seen again.
Shot dead in 1974 but still no justice
John Pat Cunningham was shot by the British Army.
"Hopefully they’ll listen this time." - Son of Monaghan bomb victim remembers the tragedy
Paddy Askin remembers going down to town in search of his father.
"Reconciliation will only be lasting when it is based on truth": 1974 bombings marked in Dublin ceremonies
It’s 40 years today since four bombs went off in a series of coordinated attacks in Dublin and Monaghan. 33 people and one unborn child were killed.