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# Anniversary
It's 20 years today since one of the most dramatic conclusions ever to a Premier League campaign
Blackburn Rovers claimed their first and only title win so far.
# Anniversary
12 reasons why John O'Shea is a complete and utter legend
It’s the Ireland international defender’s 34th birthday today.
# Anniversary
Roland Ratzenberger: the tragedy Formula 1 forgot, after Senna
The Austrian died less than 24 hours before the Brazilian legend on the same track in Imola.
# Anniversary
It's 50 years since a teenage George Best and Man United took English football by storm
The late Northern Irishman’s 10 goals in 41 league appearances helped inspire the club’s title triumph.
# video star
7 Irish sporting moments we can enjoy over and over again thanks to YouTube
Everyone’s favourite video sharing platform turns 10 today.
# Anniversary
Intel says 50 years of Moore's Law has transformed our lives
In 1965, Gordon Moore made a prediction that would set the pace for a digital revolution.
# two decades later
Survivors remember the Oklahoma City bombing, 20 years ago today
9.02 am, Wednesday 19 April, 1995.
# 20 years on
Think you know everything there is to know about Father Ted? Try these...
We tried our best to unearth some facts that even the show’s most ardent fans didn’t know…
# Changes
Ireland was a scary place where Brian McFadden reigned supreme when the GAA lifted Rule 42
It was ten years ago today the GAA opened the doors of Croke Park.
# wanton act of terror
Activists postpone plans to send 10,000 copies of The Interview to North Korea
The move followed warnings of military reprisals.
# legacy
Brian Clough and his effect on the Irish management team
On what would have been Clough’s 80th birthday, we examine the iconic manager’s influence on Martin O’Neill and Roy Keane.
# Anniversary
Take a break - and watch Dermot Morgan's spot-on impressions of Dunphy, Michael Noonan and Michael D
Some of Morgan’s comedy still remains remarkably topical – 17 years after his death.
# Rout
8 years ago today the Bull's tears inspired a nation
And it feels like just yesterday.
# Break Time
Take a break and watch famous people celebrate SNL
The sketch show celebrated 40 years on air.
# andrew allen
Gardaí search for clues, three years after man accused of drug dealing was shot dead
Gardaí are making an appeal on the anniversary of the incident.
# Anniversary
'We were woken by these piercing screams': Survivors remember the horror of Auschwitz
Between 1940 and 1945, some 1.1 million people, including one million Jews, perished in the twin death camps of Auschwitz-Birkenau.
# Adrian Donohoe
Adams offers to act as go-between for anyone with info on Adrian Donohoe shooting
The Sinn Féin leader was speaking after the anniversary mass for the garda detective.
# Anniversary
'This wasn't her life plan but she's doing her absolute best being both Mam and Dad'
Garda Detective Adrian Donohoe was shot dead two years ago today.
# Up In The Air
9 of the nicest things ever to happen at Dublin Airport
Happy 75th birthday, Dublin Airport!
# Drama Queen
This old lady is 110 today and she has some stories to tell
The Abbey Theatre wants to talk about its history.
# Tullycora
Family of 21-year-old beaten to death in a Monaghan barn ask politicians for help
The SDLP are laying down a motion in Stormont.
# typhoon haiyan
How some survivors are left forgotten after major disasters
Over 6,000 people were killed by Typhoon Haiyan. It’s estimated that for every person who dies – three people sustain an injury, many causing long-term disabilities.
# Cold War
In Photos: 25 years ago today the Berlin Wall fell
It signalled the end of the Soviet Union, which would eventually dissolve in 1991.
# Anniversary
The Greatest: Remembering 'The Rumble in the Jungle'
Forty years since one of the most iconic sports events, we look back on that famous night in Zaire.
Candlelight vigils will mark second anniversary of Savita's death
The vigils will take place in Dublin and Galway.
# contraception train
Activists take train to Belfast to get abortion pills - and say they plan to take them
Supporters are expected to meet the train returning from Belfast and hold a rally in Dublin.
# Lockout
30 years on: A Dunnes Stores worker 'changed the face of the anti-apartheid movement'
The eleven workers who went on strike attended the funeral of Nelson Mandela last year.
# visibility
"Historic day" as LGBT teachers' group meet President
The group is part of the INTO union.
# time flies
Barcelona remember 14th anniversary of the day Lionel Messi arrived
The little Argentine genius has come a long way since leaving his homeland back in 2000.
# Anniversary
5 years after his death, re-watch this touching Darren Sutherland documentary
The boxer’s former DCU boxing colleagues made the documentary earlier this year.
# little rascals
The cast of the Little Rascals re-created the poster and it is AMAZING
The film celebrates its 20th anniversary this year.
# Siege
Beslan 10 years on: the Russian school attack which shocked the world
On the 10th anniversary of the Beslan school siege, returns to the tragic events of September 2004 that cost hundreds of innocent victims their lives.
# it's alright
Arya from Game of Thrones and other teens react to Saved by the Bell
# Looking Back
21 memorable, nostalgia-tinged photos of Roy Keane on the 21st anniversary of his signing for United
We look back at some of the Irishman’s most famous and infamous moments as a footballer.
# kevin smith
Happy five year anniversary of the two most disgusting sentences ever written
Involves the word ‘taint’.
# Anniversary
20 years on, the world remembers the tragic loss of Andres Escobar
The talented Colombian defender was shot dead on 2 July 1994 after scoring an own goal at the World Cup.
# James Joyce
Celebrating 100 years of Dubliners
The masterpiece was published on 15 June 1914 after a nine-year fight with publishers.
# Anniversary
Analysis: So how did Ireland beat Italy on that famous day 20 years ago
Two decades on, we assess a historic day in Irish sport — the anniversary of which takes place this week.
# once was lost
Missing British pensioner turns up at D-Day events in France
The 89-year-old went missing from his retirement home and was found enjoying an anniversary get-together with comrades in France.
# then and now
Tiananmen Square 25 years on
The ruling party prohibits public discussion and 1989 is banned from textbooks and Chinese websites