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Friday 1 December 2023 Dublin: -1°C

# Remembering

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'I think about the guy every single day' - Peter Stringer pays emotional tribute to Anthony Foley
The former Ireland scrum-half also says he wants to continue playing rugby after celebrating his 40th birthday.
'They’d put me in a room with nothing to eat and no windows. Then they would cut my hair to the bone'
A survivor returned this week to the Magdalene Laundry where she had been forced to spend her youth.
'My mam was the life and soul of every room she walked into. She always made things better'
My mam, Paula, was diagnosed with cancer in 1999. I was four years old when she explained to me that her hair was going to fall out because of chemotherapy, writes Amy Mulvaney.
This haunting installation - using 556 baby vests - had people talking in Dublin today
In case you were wondering, here’s what it was all about…
20 Years On: Rwandans learn to live beside the men who killed their children
Today, survivors and perpetrators come together to learn how to live side by side so their country can move towards reconciliation.
Louth GAA club to mark anniversary of Detective Adrian Donohoe's death with candlelight walk
Donohoe was shot dead on January 25th last year during a robbery at the Lordship Credit Union.
Dun Laoghaire RNLI hold ceremony to remember those lost at sea
The Christmas Eve ceremony is a tradition to remember the 15 volunteers who died on Christmas Eve 1895.
Column: I’ll never forget the moment I heard the news of the explosions in my hometown
Boston native, Larry Donnelly reflects on the the horrific events that happened at the Boston Marathon this week, saying he’s been heartened by the expressions of solidarity from countless Irish people who have such a special affinity with the most Irish city in the US.
Column: I’m running in the London marathon and I’m proud I’ll be able to pay my respect to the Boston runners
Jenny Conlon says it’s difficult to understand why an event of achievement like the Boston Marathon would be targeted in such a way. Training for a marathon is one of the most challenging things you can do and it makes you realise that life is for living, she writes.
James Bulger's Dad talks about the pain that will not heal
On the 20th anniversary of his son’s death, Ralph Bulger reveals he drank heavily for years to try and dull the pain.
Column: ‘Surely it’s time Ireland embraced the memorial poppy’
It’s not about choosing sides – Ireland should lose its timidity and commemorate fallen Irish soldiers, writes David McCann.
Obama praises 9/11 unity on a low-key 11th anniversary
Relatives gathered as they do every year at the site of the World Trade Center attacks as the US president made a low-key appearance at the Pentagon which was also attacked.
One year on: Norway remembers victims of Oslo, Utoya attacks
The country’s Prime Minister said the killer had failed in his declared goal of destroying Norway’s commitment to being an inclusive society.
Schoolchildren plan a minute of silence for Great Famine victims
This weekend is the official State commemoration of the Great Famine.
Ireland remembers 9/11 - events take place across the country this weekend
We have a round-up of commemorative events taking place across the country this weekend.