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# Padraig Pearse

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Canadian Ambassador to Ireland thinks his house may be haunted by Padraig Pearse's ghost
“Ghosts. I never believed in ghosts. Until I arrived here.”
Double sporting success makes 2016 a year to remember in Dublin suburb
Ballyboden St Enda’s and Annalise Murphy both brought some very special silverware back to Rathfarnham.
Government delays the sale of Pearse's last surrender letter
The letter was added to the Register of Cultural Objects last Friday evening, which will delay the sale for a year.
Poll: Should the Government have bid on Padraig Pearse's surrender letter?
The letter was removed from auction after it failed to meet its reserve.
Unsold!: 1916 surrender letter set to leave Ireland after auction fails to reach €1m
It’s owner says he longer feels an obligation to keep it here.
Pat Kenny will helm jury to decide Pádraig Pearse's fate
Tom Vaughan-Lawlor will star as the 1916 rebel leader in an experimental TV3 programme.
Glasnevin Cemetery to "review" omission of Irish language from famous Pádraig Pearse speech
Pearse’s oration at O’Donovan Rossa is an iconic part of Irish history.
Watch: The proclamation of the Irish Republic has been read once more at the GPO
The proclamation, first read by Padraig Pearse on Easter Monday 1916, was re-read by Defence Forces Captain Peter Kelleher
Fascinating statistics compare modern-day Ireland to the country in 1916
Births, deaths, marriages … and the most popular baby names.
These Irish fans pulled off a prank on the big screen before the rugby match in London
Would Michael Collins and Padraig Pearse please make their way to lost and found?
Funeral of 'iconic' O'Donovan Rossa's remembered 100 years on
There was a re-enactment of Pádraig Pearse’s graveside oration.
Is one of your relatives in this historic photo?
It’s the scene moments before the graveside oration at the burial of Fenian Jeremiah O’Donovan Rossa.
Eirebrushed - the woman 'written out' of Irish history (and why this isn't unusual)
Nurse Elizabeth O’Farrell was ‘airbrushed’ out of an important photograph from 1916.
Video column: The story of No.16 Moore Street and the rebels of the 1916 Rising
As part of a series of interviews with Dubliners, journalist Eoin Lynch and photographer Deirdre Brennan speak to the great grandson James Connolly about No.16 Moore Street and the 1916 Rising.
"But the fools, the fools, the fools!" - Pearse funeral oration re-enacted at Glasnevin
Pádraig Pearse speech at O’Donovan Rossa’s graveside ended: “Ireland unfree shall never be at peace.”