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# Titanic

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Report: it's everyone for themselves on sinking ships
Men are more likely to survive sinking ships than women and children – and captains are more likely to make it than their passengers, according to new research.
The Daily Fix: Wednesday
All the biggest news stories from the day, as well as the few bits and pieces you might not have seen.
This is where the Titanic was at this time exactly 100 years ago
Interactive map shows that the ship would have been off the southwestern coast of Ireland, having left Cobh at 1.30pm on this day in 1912.
Michael D Higgins to mark 100 years since Titanic left Ireland
The president will travel to Cobh today, exactly a century after the liner docked there.
The luckiest priest on the Titanic...
Fr Frank Browne left behind one of the most valuable photographic records of the first leg of the Titanic’s maiden voyage. Luckily for him, his Jesuit superior ordered him off the boat at Cobh.
Passenger suffers suspected heart attack on board MS Balmoral
The man has received medical attention on board the vessel, which has turned back as a “precautionary measure”.
In pictures: The Titanic launching from Southampton 10 April, 1912
These pictures record the grandeur of the Titanic on the day it began its tragic maiden voyage exactly 100 years ago today.
Is Titanic a true story? Er, yes.
Some Twitter users have had their #mindblown by news that there was a ship called Titanic and it did actually sink. And they are not the only ones…
In pictures: Passengers from 'Titanic' cruise stop off in Ireland
They were greeted in Cobh by crowds, music and the ‘Titanic Deals’ discount store…
VIDEO: Final moments of the Titanic reconstructed in new animation
What happened to the huge liner as it went down? This video may offer new insights…
Tommy Bowe and Titanic documentaries to receive BAI funding
The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland has allocated €4.42 million towards the production of 74 television and radio programmes.
VIDEO: BBC business presenter does an Irish jig live on air
Steph McGovern was paying tribute to Titanic star Kate Winslet’s dancing in the hit film…
Titanic Belfast opens today - here's a preview of what to expect
The €120 million Titanic Belfast is due to open today, one hundred years to the day since the doomed ocean liner was completed. Here’s a video preview of what it’s like.
The Daily Fix: Thursday
All the biggest news stories from the day, as well as any of the bits and pieces you may have missed.
James Cameron dives to Earth's deepest point
National Geographic says that Cameron’s expedition is the deepest ever solo sub dive.
This is what the Titanic looks like today
National Geographic magazine to publish images of the Titanic shot using cutting edge technology as part of a multi-million dollar expedition.
7 ways to mark the Titanic centenary. Some are rather odd.
With the opening of the world’s largest Titanic exhibition in Belfast in two weeks time – gives some alternative ideas of how you can remember the tragic Titanic
Mayo village which lost eleven people on the Titanic to commemorate sinking
Fourteen residents of the small village of Lahardane were on board the Titanic when it sank one hundred years ago next month.
The Daily Fix: Friday
All the day’s main news as well as the bits and pieces that you may have missed…
The ocean floor pics that show how the Titanic sank
New images show how the exact break-up of the Titanic might now be understood – and whether the ship had a fatal design flaw.
Researchers finish first complete map of Titanic debris site
The ship sank one hundred years ago next month on its maiden voyage across the Atlantic.
Relatives of Titanic victim appeal for help in buying letter at auction
A letter by surgeon John Edward Simpson written just days before the ship sank in April 1912 is to expected to fetch at least $50,000 at the auction later this week – but his descendants want the letter back in Belfast.
Here's 8 great movie love scenes for Valentine's Day
Because Ryan Gosling forgot his umbrella…
Column: Yes, centenaries are tourism gold but let's not forget our past for a quick buck
Tour guide John Gibney says Ireland should recognise the events being marked over the coming years as vital parts of our heritage, and not just as opportunities for tourism.
'Undercover Bishop' and major Titanic drama-doc top RTÉ new season
The national broadcaster has released details of new productions expected to air this spring – including €1.5m dramatisation of what happened ‘below deck’ on the Titanic.
Titanic memorial cruise sells out for 100th anniversary voyage
Cruise following the route of the Titanic’s maiden journey is to set sail from Southampton in April 2012.
The Daily Fix: New Year's Day
The first day of 2012: peace prize for the McAleeses, the Phoenix Park has a big birthday, testing times in Iran, Titanic memories and a sneak peek at what will be hot in 2012…
Archives show human tragedy and truth behind Titanic sinking
National Library of Ireland resources give Irish perspective on shipping disaster which has its centenary in April this year.
Got €150million to spare? How about 5,000 items from the Titanic...
The treasure trove of personal items and sections of the huge liner’s hull is up for sale – 100 years after the Titanic sank.
Take a tour of Ireland's most haunted spots...
Wondering how to frighten the living daylights out of yourself for the rest of the weekend? Check out these scary tours and spooky spots.
Letter in a bottle from Titanic victim goes on display
Jeremiah Burke wrote a goodbye note and threw it overboard in a bottle – a year after his death in the disaster, it washed up near his former home.
'Titanic II' cabin cruiser sinks on first voyage (no, seriously)
Shouldn’t there just be a rule against buying boats with the word ‘Titanic’ in the title?
The Daily Fix - Tuesday
In today’s Fix: Irish economy forecast to shrink this year; Aer Lingus pilots threaten industrial action; ‘sexy’ TDs; and the 100th anniversary of the launch of the Titanic.
The Titanic: Nine things you may not have known about the legendary liner
The world’s most famous – or infamous – ocean liner was launched in Belfast 100 years ago today. Here we look at some of the facts which don’t always make it into the history books.
Titanic could have avoided that iceberg - but made fatal steering error
Granddaughter of surviving Titanic officer claims ship was sunk by simple mistake.