default_profile

Connections

Northern Ireland
(Animal)
England
(Animal)
Irish Republic
(Geographical area)
Sinn Fein
(Politics)
United Kingdom
(Animal)
 

See also

Ireland

Knowledge Identifier: $Ireland

add

Ireland

Geoadd

Category: Environment (300)

Launched in -5000.

Countries: Ireland (27%), United Kingdom (26%), United States (14%)

Main connections: Northern Ireland, Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland national football team

Linked to: British Broadcasting Corporation, Clannad, ESB Group, Oxford University Press

 

Timeline


 

This timeline needs to be reviewed and corrected, as it has been automatically generated from multiple web sources.
Please help improve it by adding dated informations, images and videos about Ireland.


849

Columba - Columba's relics were finally removed in AD 0849 and divided between Scotland and Ireland

 

Columba - His relics were finally removed in 0849 and divided between Alba and Ireland


900

Constantine II of Scotland - Wars with the Viking kings in Britain and Ireland continued during Donald's reign and he was probably killed fighting yet more Vikings at Dunnottar in the Mearns in 0900 Constantine succeeded him as king


911

Constantine II of Scotland - A story in the "Fragmentary Annals of Ireland", perhaps referring to events some time after 0911 claims that Queen Æthelflæd, who ruled in Mercia, allied with the Irish and northern rulers against the Norsemen on the Irish sea coasts of Northumbria


916

Constantine II of Scotland - By 0916 fleets under Sihtric Cáech and Ragnall, said to be grandsons of Ímar , were very active in Ireland


927

Constantine II of Scotland - Within the year he may have abandoned his new faith and repudiated his wife, but before Æthelstan and he could fight, Sihtric died suddenly in 0927 His kinsman, perhaps brother, Gofraid, who had remained as his deputy in Dublin, came from Ireland to take power in York, but failed


1155

The invasion was legitimised by the provisions of the Papal Bull "Laudabiliter", issued by Adrian IV in 1155 add something


1165

Rhys ap Gruffydd - His decision to try a different approach in his dealings with the Welsh was influenced by the events in Ireland, although Warren suggests that "it seems likely that Henry began rethinking his attitude to the Welsh soon after the débâcle of 1165"


1166

In 1166, Mac Murrough had fled to Anjou, France, following a war involving Tighearnán Ua Ruairc, of Breifne, and sought the assistance of the Angevin king, Henry II, in recapturing his kingdom add something


1167

Rhys ap Gruffydd - In 1167 the King of Leinster, Diarmait Mac Murchada, who had been driven out of his kingdom, had asked Rhys to release Robert Fitz-Stephen from captivity to take part in an expedition to Ireland


1169

Rhys ap Gruffydd - Rhys benefited from the Norman invasion of Ireland in 1169 and 1170, which was largely led by the Cambro-Norman lords of south Wales

 

On 1 May 1169, an expedition of Cambro-Norman knights with an army of about six hundred landed at Bannow Strand in present-day County Wexford add something


1171

In 1171, Henry arrived in Ireland in order to review the general progress of the expedition add something

 

Rhys ap Gruffydd - In 1171 King Henry II arrived in England from France, on his way to Ireland


1172

In 1172, the new pope, Alexander III, further encouraged Henry to advance the integration of the Irish Church with Rome add something

 

Rhys ap Gruffydd - Henry and Rhys met once more at Laugharne as Henry returned from Ireland in 1172, and shortly afterwards Henry appointed Rhys "justice on his behalf in all Deheubarth"


1175

Henry successfully re-imposed his authority over Strongbow and the Cambro-Norman warlords and persuaded many of the Irish kings to accept him as their overlord, an arrangement confirmed in the 1175 Treaty of Windsor add something


1185

In turn, Henry accepted the title of Lord of Ireland which Henry conferred on his younger son, John Lackland, in 1185 add something


1199

When Henry's successor died unexpectedly in 1199, John inherited the crown of England and retained the Lordship of Ireland add something


1200

Over the past 1200 years, Vikings, Normans, Welsh, Flemings, Scots, English, Africans, Eastern Europeans and South Americans have all added to the population and have had significant influences on Irish culture add something


1216

A version of the Magna Carta , substituting "Dublin" for "London" and the "Irish Church" for, the English church at the time, the "Catholic Church", was published in 1216 and the Parliament of Ireland was founded in 1297 add something


1228

Llywelyn the Great - In 1228 Llywelyn was engaged in a campaign against Hubert de Burgh, who was Justiciar of England and Ireland and one of the most powerful men in the kingdom


1367

In response, the Irish parliament passed the Statutes of Kilkenny in 1367 add something


1435

John Holland, 2nd Duke of Exeter - In 1435 he was appointed admiral of England, Ireland, and Aquitaine, and in 1439 he was made the king's lieutenant in Aquitaine, and later governor of Aquitaine


1494

English Crown control remained relatively unshaken in an amorphous foothold around Dublin known as The Pale, and under the provisions of Poynings' Law of 1494, the Irish Parliamentary legislation was subject to the approval of the English Parliament add something


1542

The title of "King of Ireland" was re-created in 1542 by Henry VIII, King of England, of the Tudor dynasty add something


1550

Thomas Churchyard - In 1550 Churchyard went to Ireland to serve the lord deputy of Ireland, Sir Anthony St Leger, who had been sent to pacify the country


1560

Thomas Churchyard - He therefore returned to active service under Lord Grey, who was in command of an English army sent in 1560 to help the Scottish rebels at the Siege of Leith, and in 1564 he served in Ireland under Sir Henry Sidney


1578

Pope Gregory XIII - In 1578, to further the plans of exiled English and Irish Catholics such as Nicholas Sanders, William Allen, and James Fitzmaurice FitzGerald, Gregory outfitted adventurer Thomas Stukeley with a ship and an army of 800 men to land in Ireland to aid in the hope for overthrow of Elizabeth's rule through the Catholic leader and former leader of the first Desmond rebellion, Fitzmaurice


1579

Pope Gregory XIII - Another papal expedition sailed to Ireland in 1579 with a mere 50 soldiers under the command of Fitzmaurice, accompanied by Sanders as papal legate


1599

Robert Devereux, 2nd Earl of Essex - Nine Years'_War_(Ireland) - Politically ambitious, and a committed general, he was placed under house arrest following a poor campaign in Ireland during the Nine Years' War in 1599

 

Robert Devereux, 2nd Earl of Essex - Essex's greatest failure was as Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, a post which he talked himself into in 1599

 

Robert Devereux, 2nd Earl of Essex - Relying on his general warrant to return to England, given under the great seal, Essex sailed from Ireland on 24 September 1599, and reached London four days later


1622

Lucius Cary, 2nd Viscount Falkland - Henry Cary, a member of an ancient Devon family, was lord deputy of Ireland from 1622 to 1629


1690

In the 1690s, a system of Protestant English rule was designed to materially disadvantage the Catholic majority and Protestant dissenters, and was extended during the 18th century add something


1703

Additional regressive punitive legislation followed in 1703, 1709 and 1728 add something


1740

Elizabeth Campbell, 1st Baroness Hamilton of Hameldon - In late 1740 or early 1741, the Gunning family returned to John Gunning's ancestral home in Ireland, where they divided their time between their home in Roscommon, and a rented house in Dublin


1761

Richard Cumberland (dramatist) - In 1761 Cumberland accompanied his patron Lord Halifax to Ireland


1778

John Paul Jones - On April 20, 1778, Jones learned from captured sailors that the Royal Navy man o' war HMS "Drake" was anchored off Carrickfergus, Ireland


1782

In 1782, Poynings' Law was repealed, giving Ireland legislative independence from Great Britain for the first time since 1495 add something

 

John Burgoyne - In 1782 when his political friends came into office, Burgoyne was restored to his rank, given a colonelcy and made commander-in-chief in Ireland and a privy councillor


1787

Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington - He was transferred to the new 76th Regiment forming in Ireland and on Christmas Day, 1787, was promoted to lieutenant


1794

Robert Brown (botanist) - Late in 1794, he enlisted in the Fifeshire Fencibles, and his regiment was posted to Ireland shortly after


1798

In 1798, members of the Protestant Dissenter tradition made common cause with Roman Catholics in a republican rebellion inspired and led by the Society of United Irishmen, with the aim of creating an independent Ireland add something


1799

The passage of the Act in the Irish Parliament was ultimately achieved with substantial majorities, having failed on the first attempt in 1799 add something


1800

In 1800, the British and Irish parliaments both passed Acts of Union that, with effect from 1 January 1801, merged the Kingdom of Ireland and the Kingdom of Great Britain to create a United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland add something

 

With the Acts of Union in 1801, Ireland became a part of the United Kingdom add something


1801

George's father had opposed the plan of the earlier Prime Minister, Pitt the Younger, to introduce such a bill following the Union of 1801, fearing Catholic Emancipation to be in conflict with the Act of Settlement 1701 add something


1803

Thus, the parliament in Ireland was abolished and replaced by a united parliament at Westminster in London, though resistance remained, as evidenced by Robert Emmet's failed Irish Rebellion of 1803 add something


1807

Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington - Wellesley was in Ireland in May 1807 when he heard of the British expedition to Denmark


1839

John Tyndall - He was hired as a draftsman by the government's land surveying & mapping agency in Ireland in his late teens in 1839, and moved to work for the same agency in England in 1842


1840

The population rebounded and multiplied over the next century, but another devastating famine in the 1840s caused one million deaths and forced over one million more to emigrate in its immediate wake add something


1841

A population of over 8 million in 1841 was reduced to slightly more than 4 million by 1921 add something

 

Immediately prior to the famine the population was recorded as 8,2 million by the 1841 census add something


1845

In part, the fall in population was due to death from the Great Famine of 1845 to 1852, which took about 1 million lives add something

 

Frederick Douglass - Douglass set sail on the "Cambria" for Liverpool on August 16, 1845, and arrived in Ireland as the Irish Potato Famine was beginning


1846

Patrick Cleburne - Born in County Cork, Ireland, Cleburne served in the 41st Regiment of Foot, a Welsh regiment of the British Army, after failing to gain entrance into Trinity College of Medicine in 1846


1849

Sir George Stokes, 1st Baronet - Lucasian Professor of Mathematics - Born in Ireland, Stokes spent all of his career at University of Cambridge, where he served as the Lucasian Professor of Mathematics from 1849 until his death in 1903


1854

John Henry Newman - In 1854, at the request of the Irish Catholic bishops, Newman went to Dublin as rector of the newly established "Catholic University of Ireland", now University College, Dublin


1869

Edmund the Martyr - Norman invasion of Ireland - In Bernard Burke's "Vicissitudes of Families", published in 1869, Burke proposed that Edmund's banner was among those borne during the Norman invasion of Ireland, after which the three crowns on a blue background became the standard for Ireland during the Plantagenet era


1870

The game has been played in an organised fashion in Ireland since the 1870s, with Cliftonville F.C. in Belfast being Ireland's oldest club add something


1880

George Moore (novelist) - He was forced to return to Ireland in 1880 to raise £3,000 to pay debts incurred on the family estate due to his tenants refusing to pay their rent and the drop in agricultural prices


1887

Arthur Balfour - In early 1887, Sir Michael Hicks Beach, the Chief Secretary for Ireland, resigned because of illness and Salisbury appointed his nephew in his place

 

James G. Blaine - Blaine and his wife and daughters sailed for Europe in June 1887, visiting England, Ireland, Germany, France, Austria-Hungary, and finally Scotland, where they stayed at the summer home of Andrew Carnegie


1890

Arthur Balfour - Balfour broadened the basis of material prosperity to the less well off by creating the Congested Districts Board for Ireland in 1890


1891

George Johnstone Stoney introduced the term "electron" in 1891 add something


1894

John Millington Synge - He returned to Ireland in June 1894, and moved to Paris the following January to study literature and languages at the Sorbonne


1896

Arthur Balfour - His management of the abortive education proposals of 1896 were thought to show a disinclination for the continuous drudgery of parliamentary management, yet he had the satisfaction of seeing the passage of a bill providing Ireland with an improved system of local government, and took an active role in the debates on the various foreign and domestic questions that came before parliament between 1895 to 1900


1900

By 1900, however, cultural nationalists had begun the Gaelic revival, which saw the beginnings of a modern literature in Irish add something

 

His most influential work was Aether and Matter, a book on theoretical physics published in 1900 add something


1901

George Moore (novelist) - In 1901, Moore returned to Ireland to live in Dublin at the suggestion of his cousin and friend, Edward Martyn


1904

The Republic of Ireland's national theatre is the Abbey Theatre, which was founded in 1904, and the national Irish-language theatre is An Taibhdhearc, which was established in 1928 in Galway add something


1911

Edmund Ignatius Rice - The first attempt to introduce Rice's cause to sainthood was in 1911 by Brother Mark Hill who travelled Waterford and other parts of Ireland collecting statements from people as to why they thought Rice should be made a saint, but very little progress was made


1913

To prevent this from happening, the Ulster Volunteers were formed in 1913 under the leadership of Edward Carson add something


1914

Their formation was followed in 1914 by the establishment of the Irish Volunteers, whose aim was to ensure that the Home Rule Bill was passed add something

 

T. E. Lawrence - His Anglo-Irish father, Thomas Robert Tighe Chapman, who in 1914 inherited the title of Westmeath in Ireland as seventh Baronet, had left his wife Edith for his daughters' governess Sarah Junner


1915

Michael Collins (Irish leader) - Sam Maguire, a Church of Ireland republican from Dunmanway, County Cork, introduced the 19-year-old Collins into the IRB. In 1915, he moved to the Guaranty Trust Company of New York where he remained until his return to Ireland the following year joining part-time "Craig Gardiner & Co", a firm of accountants in Dawson Street, Dublin


1916

The Easter Rising of 1916 was carried out by the latter group together with a smaller socialist militia, the Irish Citizen Army add something


1918

Support for Irish republicanism increased further due to the ongoing war in Europe, as well as the Conscription Crisis of 1918 add something

 

The pro-independence republican party, Sinn Féin, received overwhelming endorsement in the general election of 1918, and in 1919 proclaimed an Irish Republic, setting up its own parliament and government add something


1920

Northern Ireland resulted from the division of the United Kingdom by the Government of Ireland Act 1920, and until 1972 was a self-governing jurisdiction within the United Kingdom with its own parliament and prime minister add something

 

Augusta, Lady Gregory - In addition to her plays, she wrote a two-volume study of the folklore of her native area called "Visions and Beliefs in the West of Ireland" in 1920


1921

Simultaneously the Volunteers, which became known as the Irish Republican Army , launched a three-year guerrilla war, which ended in a truce in July 1921 add something

 

In December 1921, the Anglo-Irish Treaty was concluded between the British government and representatives of the Second Dáil add something


1922

Joyce's 1922 novel "Ulysses" is considered one of the most important works of Modernist literature and his life is celebrated annually on 16 June in Dublin as "Bloomsday" add something

 

Michael Collins (Irish leader) - The Irish Free State was established in December 1922, and as expected, Northern Ireland exercised its option to remain part of the United Kingdom proper


1923

Despite being initially blacklisted by the Home Nations' associations, the FAI was recognised by FIFA in 1923 and organised its first international fixture in 1926 add something

 

The civil war officially ended in May 1923 when de Valera issued a cease-fire order add something


1930

Cyril Cusack - Cusack was a longtime friend of Irish attorney general, Chief Justice and President of Ireland Cearbhall Ó Dálaigh, whom he got to know in University College Dublin in the early 1930s


1932

Jim Mollison - Mollison continued his record-breaking attempts and on 18 August 1932 was the first pilot to perform an East-to-West solo trans-Atlantic flight from Portmarnock, Dublin , Ireland, to Pennfield, New Brunswick, Canada


1937

The oath was abolished and in 1937 a new constitution was adopted add something


1941

Northern Ireland, as part of the United Kingdom, was not neutral during the Second World War and Belfast suffered four bombing raids in 1941 add something


1946

Maureen O'Hara - In 1946, she became a naturalized citizen of the United States and now holds dual citizenship with the U.S. and her native Ireland


1947

Pádraig Harrington became the first Irishman since Fred Daly in 1947 to win the British Open at Carnoustie in July 2007 add something


1948

Perry Como - Como had numerous Christmas television specials, beginning on Christmas Eve 1948, and continuing to 1994, when his final Christmas special was recorded in Ireland

 

Cecil Day-Lewis - He continued to regard himself as Anglo-Irish for the remainder of his life, though after the declaration of the Republic of Ireland in 1948 he chose British rather than Irish citizenship, on the grounds that 1940 had taught him where his deepest roots lay


1949

However, it was not until 1949 that the state was declared, officially, to be the Republic of Ireland add something


1950

In 1950, FIFA directed the associations only to select players from within their respective territories and, in 1953, directed that the FAI's team be known only as "Republic of Ireland" and that the IFA's team be known as "Northern Ireland" add something

 

Large-scale emigration marked most of the post-WWII period , but beginning in 1987 the economy improved, and the 1990s saw the beginning of substantial economic growth add something

 

One notable exception to this is association football, although both associations continued to field international teams under the name "Ireland" until the 1950s add something


1951

Other notable Irish physicists include Ernest Walton, winner of the 1951 Nobel Prize in Physics add something

 

Harold Pinter - From 1951 to 1952, he toured Ireland with the Anew McMaster repertory company, playing over a dozen roles


1953

In 1953, an Irish government survey, found that 50 per cent of whiskey drinkers in the United States had never heard of Irish whiskey add something


1958

Northern Ireland qualified for the !World_Cup (FIFA_World_Cup) finals in 1958 , 1982 and 1986 and the European Championship in 2016 add something


1960

However during the 1960s, there was a revival of interest in Irish traditional music led by groups such as The Dubliners, The Chieftains, The Wolfe Tones, the Clancy Brothers, Sweeney's Men and individuals like Seán Ó Riada and Christy Moore add something

 

In the late 1960s, nationalist grievances were aired publicly in mass civil rights protests, which were often confronted by loyalist counter-protests add something

 

Irish traditional music and dance has seen a surge in popularity and global coverage since the 1960s add something

 

Northern Ireland saw much civil unrest from the late 1960s until the 1990s add something

 

Since the 1960s with the increase in immigration, many more languages have been introduced, particularly deriving from Asia and Eastern Europe add something

 

Dervla Murphy - Her decision to raise her daughter alone was described as "a brave choice in 1960s Ireland" by "The Sunday Business Post", although she said she felt safe from criticism because she was in her 30s and was financially and professionally secure


1961

The population continued to fall until 1961 and it was not until the 2006 census that the last county of Ireland to record a rise in population since 1841 did so add something


1963

Jim Reeves - He was permitted to perform in Ireland by the Irish Federation of Musicians on the condition that he share the bill with Irish show bands, becoming popular by 1963

 

Dervla Murphy - In 1963, Murphy set off on her first long-distance bicycle tour - a self-supported trip from Ireland to India

 

Jim Reeves - Reeves toured Britain and Ireland during 1963 between his tours of South Africa and Europe

 

Jim Reeves - They performed in most counties in Ireland, though Reeves occasionally abbreviated performances because he was unhappy with the piano. In a June 6, 1963 interview with "Spotlight" magazine, Reeves expressed his concerns about the tour schedule and the condition of the pianos, but said he was pleased with the audiences

 

Jim Reeves - A play by author Dermot Devitt, "Put Your Sweet Lips," was based on Reeves' appearance in Ireland at the Pavesi Ballroom in Donegal town on 7 June 1963 and reminiscences of people there


1966

Hilary Weston - Born and raised in Ireland, she worked as a model before marrying Galen Weston in 1966


1967

The astronomer Jocelyn Bell Burnell, from Lurgan, County Armagh, discovered pulsars in 1967 add something


1968

Bill W. - In 1968, with Bill's illness making it harder for them to spend time together, Helen bought a house in Ireland


1970

Groups and musicians including Horslips, Van Morrison and Thin Lizzy incorporated elements of Irish traditional music into contemporary rock music and, during the 1970s and 1980s, the distinction between traditional and rock musicians became blurred, with many individuals regularly crossing over between these styles of playing add something

 

Anne McCaffrey - It was almost complete before the 1970 move to Ireland

 

Anne McCaffrey - McCaffrey emigrated to Ireland with her two younger children in 1970, weeks after filing for divorce


1971

Anne McCaffrey - McCaffrey made a fast start in Ireland, completing for 1971 publication "Dragonquest" and two Gothic novels for Dell, "The Mark of Merlin" and "The Ring of Fear"


1972

Owing to the civil unrest during the Troubles, the British government suspended home rule in 1972 and imposed direct rule add something

 

Pat Rabbitte - Between 1972 and 1974 he achieved national attention when he served as President of the national Union of Students in Ireland

 

Alexander Cockburn - Cockburn was brought up in Ireland but had lived and worked in the United States since 1972


1973

In 1973 the Republic of Ireland joined the European Economic Community while the United Kingdom, and Northern Ireland, as part of it, did the same add something

 

In 1973 the Republic of Ireland joined the European Economic Community while the United Kingdom, and Northern Ireland, as part of it, did the same add something

 

In 1973 the Republic of Ireland joined the European Economic Community while the United Kingdom, and Northern Ireland, as part of it, did the same add something

 

In 1973 the Republic of Ireland joined the European Economic Community while the United Kingdom, and Northern Ireland, as part of it, did the same add something

 

In 1973 the Republic of Ireland joined the European Economic Community while the United Kingdom, and Northern Ireland, as part of it, did the same add something

 

There were several unsuccessful attempts to end the Troubles politically, such as the Sunningdale Agreement of 1973 add something

 

There were several unsuccessful attempts to end the Troubles politically, such as the Sunningdale Agreement of 1973 add something

 

There were several unsuccessful attempts to end the Troubles politically, such as the Sunningdale Agreement of 1973 add something

 

There were several unsuccessful attempts to end the Troubles politically, such as the Sunningdale Agreement of 1973 add something

 

There were several unsuccessful attempts to end the Troubles politically, such as the Sunningdale Agreement of 1973 add something

 

Van Morrison - During a three-week vacation visit to Ireland in October 1973, Morrison wrote seven of the songs that would make up his next album, "Veedon Fleece"


1978

Dervla Murphy - In 1978, Murphy wrote "A Place Apart", about her travels in Northern Ireland and encounters with members of the Protestant and Catholic religious communities


1979

Hilary Weston - In 1979, Weston founded the Ireland Fund of Canada, a non-partisan, non-denominational organization that funds community projects in Ireland to promote peace


1980

Dermot Morgan - Morgan's biggest Irish broadcasting success occurred in the late 1980s in the Saturday morning radio comedy show, "Scrap Saturday", in which Morgan, co-scriptwriter Gerard Stembridge, Owen Roe and Pauline McLynn mocked Ireland's political, business and media establishment


1986

Jackie Wilson - Wilson scored a posthumous hit when "Reet Petite" reached number one in the United Kingdom, Ireland and the Netherlands in 1986


1990

The Republic qualified for the !World_Cup (FIFA_World_Cup) finals in 1990 , 1994, 2002 and the European Championships in 1988, 2012 and 2016 add something

 

The Republic qualified for the !World_Cup (FIFA_World_Cup) finals in 1990 , 1994, 2002 and the European Championships in 1988, 2012 and 2016 add something

 

The Republic qualified for the !World_Cup (FIFA_World_Cup) finals in 1990 , 1994, 2002 and the European Championships in 1988, 2012 and 2016 add something

 

The Republic qualified for the !World_Cup (FIFA_World_Cup) finals in 1990 , 1994, 2002 and the European Championships in 1988, 2012 and 2016 add something

 

The Republic qualified for the !World_Cup (FIFA_World_Cup) finals in 1990 , 1994, 2002 and the European Championships in 1988, 2012 and 2016 add something


1991

Ireland hosted games during the 1991 and the 1999 Rugby World Cups add something

 

Ireland hosted games during the 1991 and the 1999 Rugby World Cups add something

 

Ireland hosted games during the 1991 and the 1999 Rugby World Cups add something

 

Ireland hosted games during the 1991 and the 1999 Rugby World Cups add something

 

Ireland hosted games during the 1991 and the 1999 Rugby World Cups add something


1993

Costello, M.J. and Kelly, K.S., 1993 "Biogeography of Ireland: past, present and future" Irish Biogeographic Society Occasional Publications Number 2 Some species, such as, the red fox, hedgehog and badger, are very common, whereas others, like the Irish hare, red deer and pine marten are less so add something

 

Costello, M.J. and Kelly, K.S., 1993 "Biogeography of Ireland: past, present and future" Irish Biogeographic Society Occasional Publications Number 2 Some species, such as, the red fox, hedgehog and badger, are very common, whereas others, like the Irish hare, red deer and pine marten are less so add something

 

Costello, M.J. and Kelly, K.S., 1993 "Biogeography of Ireland: past, present and future" Irish Biogeographic Society Occasional Publications Number 2 Some species, such as, the red fox, hedgehog and badger, are very common, whereas others, like the Irish hare, red deer and pine marten are less so add something

 

Costello, M.J. and Kelly, K.S., 1993 "Biogeography of Ireland: past, present and future" Irish Biogeographic Society Occasional Publications Number 2 Some species, such as, the red fox, hedgehog and badger, are very common, whereas others, like the Irish hare, red deer and pine marten are less so add something

 

Costello, M.J. and Kelly, K.S., 1993 "Biogeography of Ireland: past, present and future" Irish Biogeographic Society Occasional Publications Number 2 Some species, such as, the red fox, hedgehog and badger, are very common, whereas others, like the Irish hare, red deer and pine marten are less so add something


1994

Irish rugby has become increasingly competitive at both the international and provincial levels since the sport went professional in 1994 add something

 

Irish rugby has become increasingly competitive at both the international and provincial levels since the sport went professional in 1994 add something

 

Irish rugby has become increasingly competitive at both the international and provincial levels since the sport went professional in 1994 add something

 

Irish rugby has become increasingly competitive at both the international and provincial levels since the sport went professional in 1994 add something

 

Irish rugby has become increasingly competitive at both the international and provincial levels since the sport went professional in 1994 add something

 

Violence had decreased greatly after the Provisional IRA and loyalist ceasefires in 1994 and in 2005 the Provisional IRA announced the end of its armed campaign and an independent commission supervised its disarmament and that of other nationalist and unionist paramilitary organisations add something

 

Violence had decreased greatly after the Provisional IRA and loyalist ceasefires in 1994 and in 2005 the Provisional IRA announced the end of its armed campaign and an independent commission supervised its disarmament and that of other nationalist and unionist paramilitary organisations add something

 

Violence had decreased greatly after the Provisional IRA and loyalist ceasefires in 1994 and in 2005 the Provisional IRA announced the end of its armed campaign and an independent commission supervised its disarmament and that of other nationalist and unionist paramilitary organisations add something

 

Violence had decreased greatly after the Provisional IRA and loyalist ceasefires in 1994 and in 2005 the Provisional IRA announced the end of its armed campaign and an independent commission supervised its disarmament and that of other nationalist and unionist paramilitary organisations add something

 

Violence had decreased greatly after the Provisional IRA and loyalist ceasefires in 1994 and in 2005 the Provisional IRA announced the end of its armed campaign and an independent commission supervised its disarmament and that of other nationalist and unionist paramilitary organisations add something

 

Michael Palin - In 1994, Palin travelled through Ireland for the same series, entitled "Derry to Kerry"

 

Jeff Buckley - Following Buckley's "Peyote Radio Theater" tour, the band began a European tour on August 23, 1994, starting with performances in the UK and Ireland


1995

A period of rapid economic expansion from 1995 onwards became known as the Celtic Tiger period, was brought to an end in 2008 with an unprecedented financial crisis and an economic depression in 2009 add something

 

A period of rapid economic expansion from 1995 onwards became known as the Celtic Tiger period, was brought to an end in 2008 with an unprecedented financial crisis and an economic depression in 2009 add something

 

A period of rapid economic expansion from 1995 onwards became known as the Celtic Tiger period, was brought to an end in 2008 with an unprecedented financial crisis and an economic depression in 2009 add something

 

A period of rapid economic expansion from 1995 onwards became known as the Celtic Tiger period, was brought to an end in 2008 with an unprecedented financial crisis and an economic depression in 2009 add something

 

A period of rapid economic expansion from 1995 onwards became known as the Celtic Tiger period, was brought to an end in 2008 with an unprecedented financial crisis and an economic depression in 2009 add something

 

Dermot Morgan - Although already a celebrity in Ireland, Morgan's big break came over in Britain in the shape of the title-role in the Channel 4 sitcom "Father Ted", which ran for three series from 1995

 

Van Morrison - Morrison performed before an estimated audience of sixty to eighty thousand people when US President Bill Clinton visited Belfast , Northern Ireland on 30 November 1995


1996

Ruairi Quinn - Quinn served as the President of the Ecofin Council of the European Union in 1996, and worked to accelerate the launch of the European Single Currency, whilst securing Ireland's qualification for the eurozone

 

John Millington Synge - Smith 1996 xv He later quit the Irish League because, as he told Maud Gonne, "my theory of regeneration for Ireland differs from yours


1998

In 1998, following a ceasefire by the Provisional IRA and multi-party talks, the Good Friday Agreement was concluded as a treaty between the British and Irish governments, annexing the text agreed in the multi-party talks add something

 

In 1998, following a ceasefire by the Provisional IRA and multi-party talks, the Good Friday Agreement was concluded as a treaty between the British and Irish governments, annexing the text agreed in the multi-party talks add something

 

In 1998, following a ceasefire by the Provisional IRA and multi-party talks, the Good Friday Agreement was concluded as a treaty between the British and Irish governments, annexing the text agreed in the multi-party talks add something

 

In 1998, following a ceasefire by the Provisional IRA and multi-party talks, the Good Friday Agreement was concluded as a treaty between the British and Irish governments, annexing the text agreed in the multi-party talks add something

 

In 1998, following a ceasefire by the Provisional IRA and multi-party talks, the Good Friday Agreement was concluded as a treaty between the British and Irish governments, annexing the text agreed in the multi-party talks add something

 

This subsided following a political agreement in 1998 add something

 

This subsided following a political agreement in 1998 add something

 

This subsided following a political agreement in 1998 add something

 

This subsided following a political agreement in 1998 add something

 

This subsided following a political agreement in 1998 add something


1999

In 1999, economically significant finds of natural gas were made in the Corrib Gas Field off the County Mayo coast add something

 

In 1999, economically significant finds of natural gas were made in the Corrib Gas Field off the County Mayo coast add something

 

In 1999, economically significant finds of natural gas were made in the Corrib Gas Field off the County Mayo coast add something

 

In 1999, economically significant finds of natural gas were made in the Corrib Gas Field off the County Mayo coast add something

 

In 1999, economically significant finds of natural gas were made in the Corrib Gas Field off the County Mayo coast add something

 

Payne Stewart - After he died in 1999, Waterville Golf Links in County Kerry, Ireland, commissioned a bronze statue of Stewart to pay tribute to him and his affiliation with Waterville


2000

In 2000, it was the sixth-richest country in the world in terms of GDP per capita add something

 

In 2000, it was the sixth-richest country in the world in terms of GDP per capita add something

 

In 2000, it was the sixth-richest country in the world in terms of GDP per capita add something

 

In 2000, it was the sixth-richest country in the world in terms of GDP per capita add something

 

In 2000, it was the sixth-richest country in the world in terms of GDP per capita add something

 

In 2000, the Helvick oil field was discovered, which was estimated to contain over of oil add something

 

In 2000, the Helvick oil field was discovered, which was estimated to contain over of oil add something

 

In 2000, the Helvick oil field was discovered, which was estimated to contain over of oil add something

 

In 2000, the Helvick oil field was discovered, which was estimated to contain over of oil add something

 

In 2000, the Helvick oil field was discovered, which was estimated to contain over of oil add something

 

Irish athletics has seen a heightened success rate since the year 2000, with Sonia O'Sullivan winning two medals at 5,000 metres on the track; gold at the 1995 !World_Championships (IAAF_World_Championships_in_Athletics) and silver at the 2000 Sydney Olympics add something

 

Irish athletics has seen a heightened success rate since the year 2000, with Sonia O'Sullivan winning two medals at 5,000 metres on the track; gold at the 1995 !World_Championships (IAAF_World_Championships_in_Athletics) and silver at the 2000 Sydney Olympics add something

 

Irish athletics has seen a heightened success rate since the year 2000, with Sonia O'Sullivan winning two medals at 5,000 metres on the track; gold at the 1995 !World_Championships (IAAF_World_Championships_in_Athletics) and silver at the 2000 Sydney Olympics add something

 

Irish athletics has seen a heightened success rate since the year 2000, with Sonia O'Sullivan winning two medals at 5,000 metres on the track; gold at the 1995 !World_Championships (IAAF_World_Championships_in_Athletics) and silver at the 2000 Sydney Olympics add something

 

Irish athletics has seen a heightened success rate since the year 2000, with Sonia O'Sullivan winning two medals at 5,000 metres on the track; gold at the 1995 !World_Championships (IAAF_World_Championships_in_Athletics) and silver at the 2000 Sydney Olympics add something

 

John B. Cosgrave was a specialist in number theory and discovered a 2000-digit prime number in 1999 and a record composite Fermat number in 2003 add something

 

John B. Cosgrave was a specialist in number theory and discovered a 2000-digit prime number in 1999 and a record composite Fermat number in 2003 add something

 

John B. Cosgrave was a specialist in number theory and discovered a 2000-digit prime number in 1999 and a record composite Fermat number in 2003 add something

 

John B. Cosgrave was a specialist in number theory and discovered a 2000-digit prime number in 1999 and a record composite Fermat number in 2003 add something

 

John B. Cosgrave was a specialist in number theory and discovered a 2000-digit prime number in 1999 and a record composite Fermat number in 2003 add something

 

Some previously extinct birds, such as the golden eagle, been reintroduced in about the year 2000 after decades of extirpation add something

 

Some previously extinct birds, such as the golden eagle, been reintroduced in about the year 2000 after decades of extirpation add something

 

Some previously extinct birds, such as the golden eagle, been reintroduced in about the year 2000 after decades of extirpation add something

 

Some previously extinct birds, such as the golden eagle, been reintroduced in about the year 2000 after decades of extirpation add something

 

Some previously extinct birds, such as the golden eagle, been reintroduced in about the year 2000 after decades of extirpation add something


2003

Gillian O'Sullivan won silver in the 20k walk at the 2003 !World_Championships (IAAF_World_Championships_in_Athletics), while sprint hurdler Derval O'Rourke won gold at the 2006 World Indoor Championship in Moscow add something

 

Gillian O'Sullivan won silver in the 20k walk at the 2003 !World_Championships (IAAF_World_Championships_in_Athletics), while sprint hurdler Derval O'Rourke won gold at the 2006 World Indoor Championship in Moscow add something

 

Gillian O'Sullivan won silver in the 20k walk at the 2003 !World_Championships (IAAF_World_Championships_in_Athletics), while sprint hurdler Derval O'Rourke won gold at the 2006 World Indoor Championship in Moscow add something

 

Gillian O'Sullivan won silver in the 20k walk at the 2003 !World_Championships (IAAF_World_Championships_in_Athletics), while sprint hurdler Derval O'Rourke won gold at the 2006 World Indoor Championship in Moscow add something

 

Gillian O'Sullivan won silver in the 20k walk at the 2003 !World_Championships (IAAF_World_Championships_in_Athletics), while sprint hurdler Derval O'Rourke won gold at the 2006 World Indoor Championship in Moscow add something


2004

Since the European Union expanded to include Poland in 2004, Polish people have made up the largest number of immigrants from Central Europe add something

 

Since the European Union expanded to include Poland in 2004, Polish people have made up the largest number of immigrants from Central Europe add something

 

Since the European Union expanded to include Poland in 2004, Polish people have made up the largest number of immigrants from Central Europe add something

 

Since the European Union expanded to include Poland in 2004, Polish people have made up the largest number of immigrants from Central Europe add something

 

Since the European Union expanded to include Poland in 2004, Polish people have made up the largest number of immigrants from Central Europe add something

 

This success, including Triple Crowns in 2004, 2006 and 2007, culminated with a clean sweep of victories, known as a Grand Slam, in 2009 and 2018 add something

 

This success, including Triple Crowns in 2004, 2006 and 2007, culminated with a clean sweep of victories, known as a Grand Slam, in 2009 and 2018 add something

 

This success, including Triple Crowns in 2004, 2006 and 2007, culminated with a clean sweep of victories, known as a Grand Slam, in 2009 and 2018 add something

 

This success, including Triple Crowns in 2004, 2006 and 2007, culminated with a clean sweep of victories, known as a Grand Slam, in 2009 and 2018 add something

 

This success, including Triple Crowns in 2004, 2006 and 2007, culminated with a clean sweep of victories, known as a Grand Slam, in 2009 and 2018 add something

 

Geoff Hoon - On October 5, 2004 HMCS Chicoutimi , sailing from Faslane Naval Base, Scotland to Nova Scotia declared an emergency north-west of Ireland following a fire on board


2005

Katie Taylor has won gold in every European and World championship since 2005 add something

 

Katie Taylor has won gold in every European and World championship since 2005 add something

 

Katie Taylor has won gold in every European and World championship since 2005 add something

 

Katie Taylor has won gold in every European and World championship since 2005 add something

 

Katie Taylor has won gold in every European and World championship since 2005 add something


2006

The 2006 Ryder Cup was held at The K Club in County Kildare add something

 

The 2006 Ryder Cup was held at The K Club in County Kildare add something

 

The 2006 Ryder Cup was held at The K Club in County Kildare add something

 

The 2006 Ryder Cup was held at The K Club in County Kildare add something

 

The 2006 Ryder Cup was held at The K Club in County Kildare add something

 

While salmon and trout fishing remain popular with anglers, salmon fishing in particular received a boost in 2006 with the closing of the salmon driftnet fishery add something

 

While salmon and trout fishing remain popular with anglers, salmon fishing in particular received a boost in 2006 with the closing of the salmon driftnet fishery add something

 

While salmon and trout fishing remain popular with anglers, salmon fishing in particular received a boost in 2006 with the closing of the salmon driftnet fishery add something

 

While salmon and trout fishing remain popular with anglers, salmon fishing in particular received a boost in 2006 with the closing of the salmon driftnet fishery add something

 

While salmon and trout fishing remain popular with anglers, salmon fishing in particular received a boost in 2006 with the closing of the salmon driftnet fishery add something

 

Maureen O'Hara - In 2006, O'Hara attended the Grand Reopening and Expansion of the Flying Boats Museum in Foynes, Limerick, Ireland, as a patron of the museum


2007

The Assembly and power-sharing Executive were suspended several times but were restored again in 2007 add something

 

The Assembly and power-sharing Executive were suspended several times but were restored again in 2007 add something

 

The Assembly and power-sharing Executive were suspended several times but were restored again in 2007 add something

 

The Assembly and power-sharing Executive were suspended several times but were restored again in 2007 add something

 

The Assembly and power-sharing Executive were suspended several times but were restored again in 2007 add something

 

Bono - Bono and his bandmates were criticised in 2007 for moving part of their multi-million euro song catalogue from Ireland to Amsterdam six months before Ireland ended a tax exemption on musicians' royalties

 

Ruairi Quinn - He led the European Movement Ireland, a pro-EU lobby group in Ireland until late 2007, when he re-founded the Irish Alliance for Europe to campaign on the Treaty of Lisbon


2008

In 2008 Kenneth Egan won a silver medal in the Beijing Games add something

 

In 2008 Kenneth Egan won a silver medal in the Beijing Games add something

 

In 2008 Kenneth Egan won a silver medal in the Beijing Games add something

 

In 2008 Kenneth Egan won a silver medal in the Beijing Games add something

 

In 2008 Kenneth Egan won a silver medal in the Beijing Games add something

 

Richard Ford - Since 2008 Ford has been Adjunct Professor at the Oscar Wilde Centre with the School of English at Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland, and teaches on the Masters programme in creative writing

 

Michael Flatley - The Variety Club of Ireland presented Flatley with their Entertainer of the Decade Award in 2008 as well

 

Jandek - On Friday June 13, 2008, Jandek performed a solo acoustic set in the Douglas Hyde Gallery in Dublin , Ireland

 

He successfully defended his title in July 2008 before going on to win the PGA Championship in August add something

 

He successfully defended his title in July 2008 before going on to win the PGA Championship in August add something

 

He successfully defended his title in July 2008 before going on to win the PGA Championship in August add something

 

He successfully defended his title in July 2008 before going on to win the PGA Championship in August add something

 

He successfully defended his title in July 2008 before going on to win the PGA Championship in August add something


2009

A quarter of births in 2009 were to mothers born outside Ireland add something

 

A quarter of births in 2009 were to mothers born outside Ireland add something

 

A quarter of births in 2009 were to mothers born outside Ireland add something

 

A quarter of births in 2009 were to mothers born outside Ireland add something

 

A quarter of births in 2009 were to mothers born outside Ireland add something

 

Irish whiskey, as researched in 2009 by the CNBC American broadcaster, remains popular domestically and has grown in international sales steadily over a few decades add something

 

Irish whiskey, as researched in 2009 by the CNBC American broadcaster, remains popular domestically and has grown in international sales steadily over a few decades add something

 

Irish whiskey, as researched in 2009 by the CNBC American broadcaster, remains popular domestically and has grown in international sales steadily over a few decades add something

 

Irish whiskey, as researched in 2009 by the CNBC American broadcaster, remains popular domestically and has grown in international sales steadily over a few decades add something

 

Irish whiskey, as researched in 2009 by the CNBC American broadcaster, remains popular domestically and has grown in international sales steadily over a few decades add something

 

Olive Loughnane won a silver medal in the 20k walk in the World Athletics Championships in Berlin in 2009 add something

 

Olive Loughnane won a silver medal in the 20k walk in the World Athletics Championships in Berlin in 2009 add something

 

Olive Loughnane won a silver medal in the 20k walk in the World Athletics Championships in Berlin in 2009 add something

 

Olive Loughnane won a silver medal in the 20k walk in the World Athletics Championships in Berlin in 2009 add something

 

Olive Loughnane won a silver medal in the 20k walk in the World Athletics Championships in Berlin in 2009 add something

 

Michael Collins (Irish leader) - In 2009, former President of Ireland Mary Robinson gave the oration

 

John Martyn - Martyn died on 29 January 2009, in hospital in Ireland, due to double pneumonia

 

Chris Dodd - In February 2009, Kevin Rennie, a columnist at the "Hartford Courant", ran an op-ed concerning Dodd's acquisition of his vacation home in Roundstone, Ireland

 

Jandek - Jandek performed with David Keenan on drums and Heather Leigh on bass in four venues across Northern Ireland in July 2009


2010

In 2010, Graeme McDowell became the first Irish golfer to win the U.S._Open (U.S._Open_(golf)), and the first European to win that tournament since 1970 add something

 

In 2010, Graeme McDowell became the first Irish golfer to win the U.S._Open (U.S._Open_(golf)), and the first European to win that tournament since 1970 add something

 

In 2010, Graeme McDowell became the first Irish golfer to win the U.S._Open (U.S._Open_(golf)), and the first European to win that tournament since 1970 add something

 

In 2010, Graeme McDowell became the first Irish golfer to win the U.S._Open (U.S._Open_(golf)), and the first European to win that tournament since 1970 add something

 

In 2010, Graeme McDowell became the first Irish golfer to win the U.S._Open (U.S._Open_(golf)), and the first European to win that tournament since 1970 add something

 

Since just before the year 2010, Bundoran has hosted European championship surfing add something

 

Since just before the year 2010, Bundoran has hosted European championship surfing add something

 

Since just before the year 2010, Bundoran has hosted European championship surfing add something

 

Since just before the year 2010, Bundoran has hosted European championship surfing add something

 

Since just before the year 2010, Bundoran has hosted European championship surfing add something

 

Michael Flatley - In April 2010, he announced that he would be returning to headline the Lord of the Dance show, with performances in arenas across England and Ireland in November 2010, with dates announced in Germany, Switzerland & Austria - the first time he will have done so since 1998

 

Michael Flatley - Michael Flatley was among the list of international film and sports stars and amateur golfers who participated in the fundraising golf Pro-Am, the JP McManus Pro-Am in Adare Manor Hotel and Golf Resort in Adare, County Limerick, Ireland on the 5th and 6 July 2010


2011

In 2011, the population of Ireland was about 6,6 million, ranking it the second-most populous island in Europe after Great Britain add something

 

In 2011, the population of Ireland was about 6,6 million, ranking it the second-most populous island in Europe after Great Britain add something

 

In 2011, the population of Ireland was about 6,6 million, ranking it the second-most populous island in Europe after Great Britain add something

 

In 2011, the population of Ireland was about 6,6 million, ranking it the second-most populous island in Europe after Great Britain add something

 

In 2011, the population of Ireland was about 6,6 million, ranking it the second-most populous island in Europe after Great Britain add something

 

Rory McIlroy, at the age of 22, won the 2011 U.S._Open (U.S._Open_(golf)), while Darren Clarke's latest victory was the 2011 Open Championship at Royal St. George's add something

 

Rory McIlroy, at the age of 22, won the 2011 U.S._Open (U.S._Open_(golf)), while Darren Clarke's latest victory was the 2011 Open Championship at Royal St. George's add something

 

Rory McIlroy, at the age of 22, won the 2011 U.S._Open (U.S._Open_(golf)), while Darren Clarke's latest victory was the 2011 Open Championship at Royal St. George's add something

 

Rory McIlroy, at the age of 22, won the 2011 U.S._Open (U.S._Open_(golf)), while Darren Clarke's latest victory was the 2011 Open Championship at Royal St. George's add something

 

Rory McIlroy, at the age of 22, won the 2011 U.S._Open (U.S._Open_(golf)), while Darren Clarke's latest victory was the 2011 Open Championship at Royal St. George's add something

 

Wilko Johnson - In April 2011, Johnson played several sold out shows as part of the Kilkenny Rhythm & Roots Festival in Ireland

 

Pat Rabbitte - The columnist Fintan O'Toole, writing in "The Irish Times" in August 2011, criticised the lack of royalties system for gas and oil in Ireland

 

Anne McCaffrey - McCaffrey died at age 85 on 21 November 2011 at her home in Ireland, following a stroke


2012

As of 2012, the Republic is one of the least forested countries in Europe add something

 

As of 2012, the Republic is one of the least forested countries in Europe add something

 

As of 2012, the Republic is one of the least forested countries in Europe add something

 

As of 2012, the Republic is one of the least forested countries in Europe add something

 

As of 2012, the Republic is one of the least forested countries in Europe add something

 

On 27 June 2012, Northern Ireland's deputy first minister and former IRA commander, Martin McGuinness, shook hands with Queen Elizabeth II in Belfast, symbolising reconciliation between the two sides add something

 

On 27 June 2012, Northern Ireland's deputy first minister and former IRA commander, Martin McGuinness, shook hands with Queen Elizabeth II in Belfast, symbolising reconciliation between the two sides add something

 

On 27 June 2012, Northern Ireland's deputy first minister and former IRA commander, Martin McGuinness, shook hands with Queen Elizabeth II in Belfast, symbolising reconciliation between the two sides add something

 

On 27 June 2012, Northern Ireland's deputy first minister and former IRA commander, Martin McGuinness, shook hands with Queen Elizabeth II in Belfast, symbolising reconciliation between the two sides add something

 

On 27 June 2012, Northern Ireland's deputy first minister and former IRA commander, Martin McGuinness, shook hands with Queen Elizabeth II in Belfast, symbolising reconciliation between the two sides add something

 

In August 2012 at the Olympic Games in London Katie Taylor created history by becoming the first Irish woman to win a gold medal in boxing in the 60 kg lightweight add something

 

In August 2012 at the Olympic Games in London Katie Taylor created history by becoming the first Irish woman to win a gold medal in boxing in the 60 kg lightweight add something

 

In August 2012 at the Olympic Games in London Katie Taylor created history by becoming the first Irish woman to win a gold medal in boxing in the 60 kg lightweight add something

 

In August 2012 at the Olympic Games in London Katie Taylor created history by becoming the first Irish woman to win a gold medal in boxing in the 60 kg lightweight add something

 

In August 2012 at the Olympic Games in London Katie Taylor created history by becoming the first Irish woman to win a gold medal in boxing in the 60 kg lightweight add something

 

In August 2012, McIlroy won his 2nd major championship by winning the USPGA Championship by a record margin of 8 shots add something

 

In August 2012, McIlroy won his 2nd major championship by winning the USPGA Championship by a record margin of 8 shots add something

 

In August 2012, McIlroy won his 2nd major championship by winning the USPGA Championship by a record margin of 8 shots add something

 

In August 2012, McIlroy won his 2nd major championship by winning the USPGA Championship by a record margin of 8 shots add something

 

In August 2012, McIlroy won his 2nd major championship by winning the USPGA Championship by a record margin of 8 shots add something

 

Michael Collins (Irish leader) - The Central Bank of Ireland released gold and silver commemorative coins on 15 August 2012

 

Frederick Douglass - Two plaques are on display in Ireland to celebrate Douglass' visit: the first is on the Imperial Hotel in Cork and was unveiled on 31 August 2012; the second was unveiled on 7 October 2013 and is on the facade of Waterford City Hall

 

William Brown (admiral) - Since the 25th of November 2012 the winner of rugby international between Argentina and Ireland is awarded ://www

 

William Brown (admiral) - Since 25 November 2012 the winner of rugby international between Argentina and Ireland is awarded ://www


2013

Ruairi Quinn - On 29 January 2013, Quinn launched Ireland's first ever national plan to tackle bullying in schools including cyberbullying


2014

The Republic has a strong commitment to renewable energy, and ranks as one of the top 10 markets for cleantech investment in the 2014 Global Green Economy Index add something

 

The Republic has a strong commitment to renewable energy, and ranks as one of the top 10 markets for cleantech investment in the 2014 Global Green Economy Index add something

 

The Republic has a strong commitment to renewable energy, and ranks as one of the top 10 markets for cleantech investment in the 2014 Global Green Economy Index add something

 

The Republic has a strong commitment to renewable energy, and ranks as one of the top 10 markets for cleantech investment in the 2014 Global Green Economy Index add something

 

The Republic has a strong commitment to renewable energy, and ranks as one of the top 10 markets for cleantech investment in the 2014 Global Green Economy Index add something


2016

The 2016 population of the Republic of Ireland was 4,761,865 and that of Northern Ireland in 2011 was 1,810,863 add something

 

The 2016 population of the Republic of Ireland was 4,761,865 and that of Northern Ireland in 2011 was 1,810,863 add something

 

The 2016 population of the Republic of Ireland was 4,761,865 and that of Northern Ireland in 2011 was 1,810,863 add something

 

The 2016 population of the Republic of Ireland was 4,761,865 and that of Northern Ireland in 2011 was 1,810,863 add something

 

The 2016 population of the Republic of Ireland was 4,761,865 and that of Northern Ireland in 2011 was 1,810,863 add something

 

Van Morrison - In 2016 he was knighted for his musical achievements and his services to tourism and charitable causes in Northern Ireland

 

Van Morrison - On 4 February 2016 he was knighted, by Prince Charles, for his musical achievements and his services to tourism and charitable causes in Northern Ireland