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Monday 11 December 2023 Dublin: 8°C

# celebration

This year
What does Africa Day mean to Afro-Irish people living here today?
It’s a celebration of culture and a recognition of success, mixed with demands for better recognition and a reflection on what is happening in Sudan.
Aaron Connolly bags birthday brace as Hull end wait for home win
The Ireland international is on loan from Brighton until the end of the season.
Last year
'She achieved a better Ireland': Music and memories at Kilkenny service for Vicky Phelan
The celebrated campaigner died earlier this month.
Vicky Phelan to be celebrated at a service in her native Mooncoin later today
The service remembering the late 48-year-old will also be livestreamed.
Stephen Bradley celebrates Rovers' three-in-a-row - 'Some man in Tolka Park told me we won it'
The Hoops claimed their 20th League of Ireland crown last night after Derry City failed to beat Sligo Rovers.
All time
Someone has just won €5.4 million on tonight's Lotto jackpot
We don’t yet know where in the country the ticket was sold.
Ex-refugee leading the way for Australia on and off the pitch with brilliant mental health message
Awer Mabil’s story is an interesting one – as is his unique goal celebration.
PICTURES: Thousands take part in Dublin Pride Parade
The streets of Dublin city centre were thronged with people from the early afternoon.
PICTURES: Dublin was lit up last night as the city rang in the New Year
Large crowds turned out at Custom House Quay for the countdown concert and to get a good view of the Liffey Lights Midnight Moment.
Trump says US friendship with France 'unbreakable' as he prepares to attend Bastille Day parade
Yesterday evening the two couples dined at a Michelin-starred restaurant on the Eiffel Tower.
'I've been coached since I was 14 to celebrate stuff like that'
Maro Itoje and Kyle Sinckler faced some criticism after the Lions’ defeat to the Blues.
'We are so, so happy that it's finally here': Cystic fibrosis patients celebrate deal on Orkambi
Orkambi – as well as the drug Kalydeco – will now be available for CF sufferers from 1 May.
Picture this: Looking back at Dublin's old St Patrick's Day Parades
From jesters to Wombles, from young to old, here’s a quick history of Dublin’s old St Patrick’s Day parades.
Antoine Griezmann confirms meaning behind THAT celebration
The France international is seemingly a big fan of the rapper Drake.
Irish Muslims invite LGBT community to event to celebrate Ramadan
The world’s 1.6 billion Muslims have been fasting for almost a month now.
This guy absolutely lost it in the car when Robbie Brady scored against France
Remember the hope.
Here's why Monaghan is celebrating Canada Day
The Canadian Ambassador to Ireland will raise the Canadian Maple Leaf flag alongside the Irish Tricolour to start the celebrations.
Here’s why Humans of Dublin is the best Facebook page in Ireland
A must like.
Jamie Vardy literally had a party tonight
Claudio Ranieri’s side were crowned England’s champions for the first time in their 132-year history this evening.
RTÉ had another 'Riverdance moment' last night
Centenary, which gathered together some of Ireland’s most talented musicians and performers, gave everyone goosebumps.
Average hotel prices in Dublin soar ahead of 1916 celebrations
It will cost an average of €199 per night for a double room.
It's Women's Christmas, so what's it all about?
Times have changed, but the tradition lives on.
Memphis is right... players should celebrate goals against former clubs
Do we read too much into a players body language after hitting the back of the net against past employers?
A couple 'fed up of losing their Lotto tickets' have just claimed €2.9 million
Now they’re off to India.
Poll: Will you celebrate Easter?
Eggs or Mass?
You could create an unreal 5-a-side team made up of footballers whose birthday is today
A surprisingly large number of footballers share their birthday today.
It was a family affair for the Shefflins as brothers Henry and Paul feature in Ballyhale triumph
There is something about Shefflins and winning medals.
Colombia take the lead against Greece and celebrate in style
Armero nets from close-range and brings in his buddies for a dance-off.
In pics: Gold medal-winning Katie Taylor and the rest of the Irish squad's homecoming
Bronze winner Clare Grace was also a prominent part of the celebrations.
Massive cruise ship plays the opening notes of Seven Nation Army with its horns
Dunnnn dundundundun dunnnn dunnn….
The best goal celebration you'll see today
Take a bow, Dzimtry Koub.
Pics: Before and after - Boston since the marathon bombings
A look at Boston on the day of the bombings, and today.
Senator gathers all the ladies of Leinster House for photo shoot
The occasion will mark the 95th anniversary of the 1918 General Election – and Ivana Bacik hopes to have a majority of women in the chamber for the first time ever.
Eric Foley 'lends a hand' to celebrate Gary O'Neill's return
O’Neill scored a beauty in Tuesday’s friendly win against Glebe North.
100-year-old woman celebrates birthday by hiring a stripper to give her a lap dance
She picked him because he ‘looked like he’d been looked after’.
New Year's Eve: Expectations vs Reality
Because it’s never how you want it to be, is it?
Column: ‘I attended Nelson Mandela’s inauguration in 1994 and he will be missed’
The obscenity of the apartheid system was brought home to me when Bishop Desmond Tutu visited Ireland in 1984 and he shared his stories, writes Joe Murray, who says the world has lost a unique leader.
A guide to… perfecting Martin O’Neill’s trademark celebration
We’re here to help you practice for tonight’s game.
What it means for Anthony Elding to reach the FAI Cup final
The striker wore his heart on his sleeve during today’s game.
Why are people saying 'Down with Arthur's Day'?
The event has gathered a lot of critics, as well as supporters – but why do people dislike it?