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'Unheard of': Royal County rugby on verge of coronation as Navan challenge on two fronts
The influence of director of rugby Alan Kingsley and some energetic U20s is pushing Navan torwads their first promotion since reaching the UBL.
Looking back: 16 moments from the 1916 centenary that buoyed the nation's spirits
From the big moments to the little memories – here are our highlights from the celebrations.
Dublin's least attractive Liffey bridge will get a new name this week
The bridge is to be named after Tom Clarke – one of the leaders of the 1916 Rising.
Charity boss reckons he's still owed €48k for Easter Rising damage
He’s not entirely serious, mind… The events at ‘The Mendo’ in 1916 are depicted in a new play.
1916 Liveblog: The Rising is over - 362 dead, hundreds more injured and the fate of the rebel leaders is unknown
Moment by moment, is following what happened during the 1916 Rising one hundred years ago.
"It's an aberration": A memorial to British soldiers killed in the Rising to be unveiled
The wall will be in Glasnevin Cemetery.
1916 Liveblog Day 4: Dublin burns and 32 civilians killed in a bloody, bitter day for the Rising
Moment by moment, is following what happened during the 1916 Rising one hundred years ago.
1916 Liveblog Day 3: 73 people dead on the worst day of the Rising so far
Moment by moment, is following what happened during the 1916 Rising one hundred years ago.
1916 Liveblog Day 2: 37 people were killed today, mostly civilians
Moment by moment, is following what happened during the 1916 Rising one hundred years ago.
1916 Liveblog: 55 dead as rebels take over the GPO, the Four Courts and Stephen's Green
Moment by moment, is following what happened during the 1916 Rising which began on Easter Monday one hundred years ago.
Beautiful weather, smiling faces and emotional moments as Ireland remembers 1916
As it was 100 years ago, the GPO was at the heart of the action.
Everything you need to know about getting into and around Dublin this weekend
Planning on attending a 1916 event? Not sure what the arrangements are?
1916 victory: Moore Street has been declared a 'battlefield site'
The government will now have to revisit an earlier decision which could lead to the demolition of certain buildings.
Poll: Will you be going to a 1916 centenary event?
From small local events to the big State occasions, hundreds of events are planned around the country.
The GPO's flashy new 1916 exhibit is a cross between Rebellion and Call of Duty
It opens the day after Easter Monday.
These gorgeous cartoons will help you easily understand what happened in 1916
Artist Fergal McCarthy’s work is on show at the Little Museum of Dublin.
Gerry Adams will speak to the nation on the eve of the Rising centenary
The Sinn Féin leader will deliver a keynote speech on live TV at the conclusion of the party’s Ard Fheis.
Claiming victory, Moore Street demonstrators end their protest
It follows a High Court ruling yesterday. No demolition work will take place at the terrace for two weeks.
'I slept in 18 Moore Street in protest this weekend. Once these buildings are gone, they're gone'
The ultimate question in all of this is, ‘what we value more as a society’. We can always build more shopping centres or hotels in different city centre sites, but we can never rebuild our history once destroyed, writes Sean Fox.
Busting the myths of who exactly was inside Dublin's GPO during the Easter Rising...
The GPO Garrison Easter Week, a 30-year labour of love for author Jimmy Wren, aims to say definitively who was present in the landmark building during the seismic events of late April 1916.
"We want the Republic": Rally to support Occupy Moore Street protesters
A crowd of around 200 people were addressed by Sinn Féin’s Mary Lou McDonald and other politicians.
Gerry Adams: Enda just doesn't get 1916
“It is an inconvenient issue that they want to get out of the way,” the Sinn Féin leader has told supporters in Dublin this evening.
What's up with the f****** swearing in RTÉ's new 1916 drama?
And is it historically accurate?
Joe Duffy's book on Easter Rising children tops Christmas bestsellers list
Second on the list was Jim McGuinness’s memoir.
Sinn Féin wants a new public holiday - but the government isn't keen
What if 24 April was a national public holiday every year?
3,200 primary schools are going to get a new Irish flag - and Proclamation
It’s part of a new 1916 Centenary initiative.
Are you a child of the 1916 Rising? This musical project wants you
It has some gigs lined up for next year.
There's a new musical about the 1916 Rising - and it's pretty slick
The folks in the US will get to see it before us though.
'"They are soldiers...": Defence Forces WILL have guns during the Easter 2016 parade
Minister for Defence Simon Coveney said the Defence Forces will be central to practically all of the events that will happen next year.
RTÉ's making a drama on the 'violent birth of modern Ireland' - by the guy who wrote Charlie
Brian Gleeson and Love/Hate’s Charlie Murphy (Siobhán) are set to star in the new five-part drama.
War of words: Gerry Adams had a massive go at Micheál Martin tonight
The Sinn Féin president has responded to recent comments from the Fianna Fáil leader.
"A dangerous lie": Micheál Martin rubbishes Sinn Féin's connection with 1916
Gerry Adams dismissed Martin’s comments as a “hysterical rant”.
Liam Neeson to use his very particular set of skills to narrate 1916 doc
The series will be aired on RTÉ as well as the BBC.
The Defence Forces will deliver an Irish flag to every school in the country for 2016
That’s around 4,000 schools, altogether.
O'Connell Street will be transformed on Easter Monday
Into 1915 Dublin.
Fianna Fáil and Sinn Féin are battling to lead the 1916 celebrations
The Government’s efforts to mark the Centenary have been met with widespread criticism.
Sinn Féin 'didn't intend' to use U2 sound-alike song for their 2016 video
Rebel song? Or NOT a rebel song?
Bullets, blood and childbirth: Emergency services and the 1916 Rising
It’s all in a logbook that was bought by Dublin City Council.
Open thread: How should we mark the 1916 centenary?
There’s been some sharp criticism of the Government’s plans for 2016. How do you think we should Remember, Reconcile, Imagine, Present and Celebrate?