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# Memory

This year
Mack Hansen at odds with Connacht's greatest day
The Irish winger’s memory of the historic Pro12 success in 2016 was limited.
All time
Quiz: How well do you remember the Premier League 2007-08 season?
Can you vividly recall the year when another great Man United side triumphed?
Hello brain implants, goodbye forgetting people's names: The future of your memories
Sarah Harford on the technologies that could change the way we remember things (and mean we’ll never embarrass ourselves at parties again).
'He was watching down over us' - squad member's tragic death drove Ballyhale to All-Ireland glory
Eoin Doyle died last April and his old jersey has been hanging in Ballyhale’s dressing room every game since.
Study finds 40% of people have a fictional first childhood memory
The authors of a new study said it is not until people are five or six that they form adult-like memories and some participants said they had memories from when they were babies.
'Chieftain's Walk' to raise awareness of rare disease Martin McGuinness died from
It’s just under a year since the former Deputy First Minister died.
How your eyes can say if you'll have memory problems in later life
A new study has pinpointed how changes in the blood vessels in your eyes could point to problems later.
Shock Longford defeat still fuelling McManus and Monaghan
A surprise summer exit has not been forgotten by the Farney men as they head into an Ulster semi-final against Down.
'The swim has been a great way to help us cope with our grief'
The 12th annual Frances Thornton Memorial Galway Bay Swim takes place next month.
Even moderate drinking can damage your brain, new research says
The study monitored more than 500 people over 30 years.
Large crowds turn out in Derry, Dublin and Belfast to remember Martin McGuinness
The death of the former deputy first minister of Northern Ireland was announced yesterday.
Your dog can remember what you did
They may be easily distracted, but a new study shows that their recall ability may be deeper than previously thought.
Don't sleep on it: Going to bed angry makes it worse
Memories of negative or traumatic events often last longer than those of positive or neutral experiences, and sleep doesn’t help.
Half a century ago Colin saved a girl from drowning; today he wants to find out what happened to her
Colin Wilde has always wondered what happened to the girl whose life he saved 50 years ago.
Have trouble remembering things? Here are five simple tips that might help
From creating a memory palace to establishing an emotional connection.
There's a reason your mam calls you by your siblings' - or dog's - names
“It’s not just random.”
"When he died, a lot of my dreams and my hopes died with him"
The sister of a teenager who died after taking a synthetic drug has spoken publicly for the first time.
In case you're still wondering, closing apps does not speed up your iPhone
And Apple has pretty much confirmed it to be the case.
Need a quick way to speed up your iPhone? You have two options
Should you have trouble figuring out the cause of slowdown.
Over 140 Gardaí and PSNI officers ran the Dublin Marathon in memory of Garda Golden
15,216 people had registered for the 36th Dublin City Marathon.
'Googling' stuff ends up being really really bad for your memory
Most people are happy to rely on their phones instead of their memories when trying to recall something.
Here's why the latest iPhone will work better than all that's gone before
It seems that Apple’s latest packs twice the memory of its predecessor, something the firm neglected to mention at last week’s launch.
Smartphone a little slow? It may have a memory problem
If your phone’s RAM is handling too much, then it’s worth looking at ways to reduce the strain.
QUIZ: Do you remember Ireland in 2000?
Y2K baby.
Former England manager denies claiming he was asked not to pick 'too many' black players
Graham Taylor insists he cannot recall telling an anti-racism in football campaigner that he had been told to limit the number of black players in his England squads.
QUIZ: How well do you remember Ireland in 1995?
It was really sunny, remember?
People don't have to be afraid of dementia – they just need to know the facts
Actor and director Ronan Smith writes about his greatest life challenge to date – the progressive neurodegenerative disease, Alzheimer’s Disease.
How well do you remember Ireland's footballing foes?
Ahead of Martin O’Neill’s side’s key clash with Poland tonight, we recall some of their past challenges.
QUIZ: How well do you remember the '90s?
Test your knowledge.
QUIZ: How well do you remember the noughties?
Saipan, the Euro, those yellow pants…
This 2014 Year In Review video has an ending that will floor you
Wait for it. It’s only 70 seconds away.
Opinion: Academic doping – can drugs make you smarter?
Can drugs improve your attention, concentration, and reduce your need for sleep…
Getting an SD card to increase phone storage? Here's what you need to know
Micro SD cards are a handy way of increasing storage space on your smartphone, but there’s more to consider than just space.
Sitdown Sunday: 7 deadly reads
The very best of the week’s writing from around the web.
Sending electrical current to brain could help treat Alzheimer's
The treatment has now been proven to improve memory and could help in other memory disorders, like from stroke or brain injury.
Good news: It may be possible to overwrite bad memories
Thank you light-sensitive algae protein.
Column: What is your earliest memory?
Most of us have our earliest memory from an event around the age of three – but our memory milestones move about during childhood.
Opinion: Does learning a second language lead to a new identity?
Speakers can feel liberated by the ‘voice’ they discover in a new language.
7 memory skills that will make you smarter*
*We hope
Using general anaesthetic on infants could harm their memory for life - study
The student found that children who had been anaesthetised as babies had about 28 percent less recollection on average than their peers.