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# Ned Kelly

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Column: The forgotten Tipperary man who pursued Ned Kelly's gang
Many Irish people have emigrated over the centuries and whilst making names for themselves abroad have been largely forgotten in their native land, writes Tom Hurley.
# monday
We'll Leave it There So: Blow to Leicester title hopes, Kilkenny apology and all today's sport
Meanwhile, tennis legend Boris Becker insists “tennis is clean” and has hit out at Andy Murray’s suggestions to the contrary.
'Jack Charlton asked me to play for Ireland, turned his back and finished his pint'
Former Ireland striker David Kelly recalls his days in the green jersey and the meeting with Jack Charlton that changed his life.
# Ned Kelly
Notorious Aussie outlaw Ned Kelly to be buried beside mother
The infamous bushranger, who was hanged at Old Melbourne Gaol in 1880 , will be laid to rest beside his mother Ellen in a private burial on Sunday.
# Ned Kelly
Ned Kelly due to get family funeral
The Irish-Australian outlaw’s remains were discovered in a mass grave outside an old prison last year and will be given to his descendants for first time since his 1880 execution.
# Death Masks
In pictures: Famous death masks
A series of deaths masks for commemorating the powerful and famous, from monarchs to musicians.
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Ned Kelly's remains to be released for family burial
The body of the infamous Irish-Australian outlaw – whose body was only formally identified two months ago – will be reinterred.
# Ned Kelly
Remains of infamous Irish-Australian outlaw identified... but no sign of his skull
Ned Kelly was hanged for his part in the murder of three policeman in 1880. Mystery surrounds the disappearance of his skull.