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Saturday 9 December 2023 Dublin: 10°C

# Titanic

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This woman was accused of bribing Titanic crew not to go back for survivors
A letter she wrote after surviving the tragedy sold at auction today for almost $12,000.
'Shocked' boaters rescued in Cobh after motor-craft crashes at Titanic Bar
The men were thrown from their vessel after hitting a buoy. The boat then sped away from the scene and crashed into the shore.
40 years on, Lions legend JPR Williams is still rocking lush sideburns
The dashing, doctoral Welshman joined 14 of his British & Irish Lions teammates for a reunion in Belfast.
Jonah Hill and Leonardo DiCaprio beautifully recreated a Titanic moment last night
It happened on American TV show Saturday Night Live.
Chinese Titanic museum will allow visitors to go down with the ship
The museum will take the shape of a replica Titanic.
Here's What Happened Today: Saturday
Everyone’s talking about a threat against Phil Hogan, an ATM scam and a plane crash in Belgium.
Long-lost Titanic violin sold at auction for €1 million
The instrument was engraved by the fiancée of musician Wallace Hartley.
Titanic bandmaster's violin on display in Belfast
The iconic instrument belonged to Wallace Hartley, who famously continued playing alongside his fellow musicians as the vessel sank in 1912.
Lonely Planet says Northern Ireland is so hot right now - here's why
Here’s our look at five things to see and do in Northern Ireland.
9 fictional deaths that you will never, ever forget
Let alone get over.
Historic Titanic artifacts returned to Cobh for anniversary
Items on display include a leather suitcase purchased at Harrods, a number of photographs and a hand-painted fan.
Barna in Connemara most popular with Irish holidaymakers in 2012
Abbeyleix, Woodenbridge and Ballina also so significant increases in online searches by Irish people.
First Irish TV, Titanic, a famous ceiling: the big anniversaries of 2012
The Titanic disaster, the Cuban Missile Crisis, and the Anglo-Irish Treaty: 2012 has been a big year for commemorations. Here’s your guide to the bigger commemorations held this year.
Draw me like one of your French girls…
Iceberg, right ahead!
Draw Me Like One of Your French Girls Pic of the Day
Watch out for icebergs!
Video: What futuristic films promised would happen by now
Computer tablets, Big Brother and exploding supernovas – some of these have come true…
VIDEO: Kate Winslet's first screen test for Titanic, circa 1996
Wait, that’s not Leonardo di Caprio…
High Court grants injunction against sale of 16ft Titanic model
A Cork-based personal assistant is granted an injunction stopping her former partner from selling a scale model.
In photos: Fancy living it up on Celine Dion's private island?
The singer’s home was clearly also her castle…
Women and children first? Not anymore says shipwreck study
A study into shipwrecks over the years shows that when it comes to survival it is every man for himself.
In pictures: One of the Titanic's last letters to go on display at museum
The letter was brought ashore to Cobh – then known as Queenstown – on the doomed ship’s last stop.
Is this Leonardo di Caprio in a 1960s Yearbook Pic of the Day
No comment…
Titanic 3D "had no permission" to use Picasso painting
The inclusion of a Picasso image in the Titanic 3D re-release has angered the Picasso estate, which says James Cameron had no permission to include it.
Billionaire announces construction of Titanic II
Australian Clive Palmer says the ship, based on the Titanic’s design, will have the latest safety systems on board.
Extract: 'They tried to keep us down on the steerage deck as Titanic sank'
A new book brings to life the tragedy through the voices of those who survived. In this extract, survivor Daniel Buckley recounts the night the liner went down.
Prayers and silence mark Titanic centenary
As the world paused to remember the victims,officials revealed there may be human remains embedded in the ocean floor where the Titanic came to rest.
Sitdown Sunday: 7 deadly reads
The very best of the week’s writing from around the web.
In pictures: The aftermath of the Titanic tragedy
Shivering survivors, grief-stricken relatives waiting on the docks and shock in the White Star Line offices: a pictorial record of the world receiving news that the ‘unsinkable’ ship had done the unthinkable.
Cold mountain: This is the iceberg that sank the Titanic
The significance of this picture was only discovered long after it was taken by a seaman on another liner cruising off Newfoundland at the time Titanic sank.
Extract: 'Titanic underwent her trials, which were entirely satisfactory'
The men who built the Titanic recall the safety tests on the ‘unsinkable’ ship before her maiden voyage.
Who owns the Titanic, and who can dive at the wreck? has been looking into issues surrounding the Titanic disaster 100 years after the ship struck an iceberg and sank on its maiden voyage.
In pictures: 9 Titanic artefacts recovered from the ship
Old letters, tickets, watches – here’s just some of the objects that have been raised from the Titanic.
Concerts, cruises and exhibits: what's happening to mark the Titanic's anniversary?
Commemorations are taking place in Cobh, Belfast, and Southampton to mark the centenary of one of the deadliest maritime disasters in history.
Column: Cardinal Rules - on hairdryers, Big Ben Dunne and the Titanic 'industry'
This week, the (not) primate of All Ireland recalls the terrible events after Ardfillan won the county final: ““The whole team went into the dressing room, roaring and shouting like apes. Then they put on all the hair dryers…”
The Daily Fix: Friday
All the biggest news stories from the day, as well as the few bits and pieces you might not have seen.
Stunning Titanic graphic novel was seven years in the making
Irish illustrator reveals his labour of love – a graphic novel that chronicles the experience of photographer Fr Frank Browne on board the doomed ship.
17 bits of tacky Titanic memorabilia
From shower curtains to inflatable slides, here are some of the items you may not want to mark the disaster’s 100th anniversary with…