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Tuesday 21 March 2023 Dublin: 10°C

# Anniversary

All time
# In Memory
Pictures: New memorial marks 30 years since an IRA bomb tore Enniskillen asunder
The Remembrance Day bombing of 8 November 1987 claimed 11 lives, and injured 63 others.
# Axel
One year on, Anthony Foley's wife recalls how the loss of her husband 'brought us to our knees'
Anthony Foley passed away suddenly one year ago today.
# happy anniversary
Wenger savours 21st anniversary as stylish Arsenal sink Brighton at the Emirates
The Gunners got October off to the perfect start as they rise to fifth in the Premier League with back-to-back wins.
# Let there be light
ESB map shows when over 1,300 Irish towns, villages and parishes got electricity
Ireland’s network was the first fully integrated national electricity service in the world.
# commemorative
An Post stamp marks 50th anniversary of free secondary education
The stamp features two students from the largest second level school in the country.
# Kensington Palace
William and Harry pay tribute to Princess Diana on 20th anniversary of her death
They joined wellwishers who left candles and flowers outside the gates of her former London residence today.
# Anniversary
'These are mere stories': Egyptian ambassador denies Ibrahim Halawa was tortured in prison
Halawa (21) was arrested during a demonstration in 2014 in support of Mohamed Morsi who had been ousted from power in a military coup.
# Old rivalries
'There was a hatred between the managers' - Keane, Dalglish and Henry relive 25 years of the Premier League
The legendary trio talk Alex Ferguson, Arsene Wenger, the rivalry between Man United and Arsenal and some of their best memories.
# Belfast
Pictures: Republican fires burn to mark the anniversary of internment without trial
This was the second night in a row that youths reportedly clashed with police in Belfast.
# World War 2
On this day in 1945, the atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima
An event to remember the victims will take place in Dublin today.
# celebrations
Turkey to hold day of celebration on 1-year anniversary of defeated coup
The authorities have declared 15 July an annual national holiday of “democracy and unity”.
# Anniversary
One year on, how has Robbie Brady progressed since that night in Lille?
The Dubliner scored the winner against Italy, but he has had a slow start to life at Burnley.
# Anniversary
'The most harrowing work I've had to do': The Irish priest among the liberators at Bergen-Belsen
The concentration camp was liberated on this day in 1945.
# i won't let go
As Titanic Belfast turns five, here are some of the stories behind the 'unsinkable' ship
The Belfast exhibition has welcomed millions of visitors since it opened.
# Anniversary
'You grew up going to Croke Park watching Wexford play, or Waterford... or Kilkenny'
Ireland and Wales met at the GAA’s headquarters 10 years ago this week.
# Denis Walsh
'It never goes away': Parents make emotional plea on 21st anniversary of son's disappearance
Denis Walsh Jnr went missing on this day in 1996.
# commemoration
It's almost 150 years since the Battle of Tallaght was described as 'just a skirmish in the village'
A lecture and exhibitions are underway to mark the anniversary.
# throwback thursday
Quiz: How well do you remember Ireland's Croke Park win over England 10 years ago?
Cast your mind back to that historic day in 2007, the day Ireland hosted England at Croke Park.
# Anthem
The right tone: Performing the national anthems at Ireland and England's historic 2007 match
Many people in Ireland worried about how the Croke Park crowd would react to ‘God Save The Queen.’
# 10 years on
'The game in Croke Park made normal Ireland-England Tests look like a garden fete'
Ten years on from England’s historic visit to GAA HQ, BBC presenter John Inverdale and Rob Kitson of the Guardian share their memories.
# Anniversary
Appeal for Limerick man Gussie Shanahan who disappeared 17 years ago
Aengus Shanahan was last seen after he had drinks after work on a Friday afternoon.
# andrew allen
Gardaí believe killers are being 'sheltered' in 2012 murder in Donegal
Allen had fled to Donegal after be became the target of a republican vigilante group.
# One Year On
Recalling the Regency shooting: 'You could feel the power of the gun'
“I just remember this almost childlike sense of panic and helplessness that was all around,” remembers one witness.
# ss laurentic
100 years on, victims of naval vessel which sank off Donegal remembered
The ship sank on 25 January 1917, killing 354 of the people on board.
# Centenary
Poll: Have you ever read a book by James Joyce?
Be honest.
# commemoration
Sting reopens Bataclan on eve of Paris attacks anniversary as Eagles of Death Metal refused entry
Today marks the one-year anniversary of the Paris attacks in which 130 people lost their lives.
# Anniversary
From La Liga to county GAA finals - celebrating 20 years of TG4’s innovative sports coverage
The channel’s Head of Sport, Rónán Ó Coisdealbha, chats to The42 about their legacy after two decades.
# Anniversary
Never found: Schoolboy Philip Cairns went missing 30 years ago today
A social media campaign has being growing in momentum about Cairns’ disappearance.
# Anniversary
Possession masters, but 5th in the league: The stats from Klopp's first year at Liverpool
With the help of Opta data, we take a look at some of the most remarkable numbers from the German’s Premier League career thus far.
# Anniversary
'Hotel staff refused to launder our jerseys because of AIDS stories': Nigeria's Olympic gold
The African country made history 20 years ago with an unlikely triumph in Atlanta.
# community spirit
Generations come together to celebrate 50 years of Ballymun
It’s all thanks to Axis Ballymun, which has put on a programme of arts events to mark its 15th birthday.
# Robbie Brady Day
15 perfect celebrations of Robbie Brady Day
What a night.
# modem times
The internet is 25 years old in Ireland today
On 17 June 1991 Telecom Éireann delivered a leased line to the O’Reilly Institute in Trinity College Dublin (TCD).
# Anniversary
One year on, Clerys workers continue to seek justice for other workers
Clerys workers will hold a one-year anniversary protest at the store today.
# iconic
Panenka: 'Sometimes I'd go to sleep thinking of ways of getting the better of him'
It’s 40 years since the attacking midfielder conjured a moment of absolute genius at the European Championships.
# log in
Unlocking your PC by using your phone's fingerprint scanner? It's coming
Both Apple and Microsoft are working on their own ways to unlock a computer using a phone’s fingerprint scanner.
# crossing over
Fancy red carpet to be put down on Ha'penny Bridge to mark 200 years
Relatives of the bridge’s designer and the man who commissioned it will take part in a ceremony later today.
# Anniversary
'It's a sad day for United': When the club waved goodbye to their King
It’s 20 years since Eric Cantona announced his retirement from football at the age of 30.
Karen Buckley memorial to take place in Scotland today
The Irish nurse was abducted and killed on 12 April 2015, after she vanished following a night out in the Sanctuary nightclub in Glasgow.
# Anniversary
21 years ago, a Man United prospect with a remarkable right-foot made his league debut
His first senior appearance came in 1992 but David Beckham was made to wait for his top-flight chance.