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Crisis and Comeback

by Michael Moynihan The Collins Press (October 29, 2018)

How does a city survive its worst recession in living memory?

Cork entered the 1980s with swagger. The 1970s had been dominated nationally by the city's favourite son, Jack Lynch, who was Taoiseach for much of...

Hopscotch and Queenie-i-o

by Damian Corless The Collins Press (October 01, 2016)

Before the 1970s flipped the switch to colour, Irish children ere raised in a world of black, white and an awful lot of grey. But kids, being kids, found endless ways to have fun. Do you remember Dáithí Lacha,...

Dingle and its Hinterland

by Felicity Hayes-McCoy & Wilf Judd The Collins Press (May 31, 2017)

The tip of the Dingle Peninsula, at the westernmost edge of Europe, is one of Ireland's most isolated regions. For millennia, it has also been a hub for foreign visitors: its position made it a medieval centre...

Have Ye No Homes To Go To?

by Kevin Martin The Collins Press (May 01, 2016)

The pub has been at the centre of Irish life for centuries. It has played many roles: funeral home, restaurant, grocery shop, music venue, job centre and meeting place for everyone from poets to revolutionaries....

Stones of Dublin

by Lisa Marie Griffith The Collins Press (September 29, 2014)

Stand on any street in Dublin and one is confronted with history. Behind the façades of the ten buildings featured here is the story of Dublin, bringing to life key events and characters from the past. The...

A Woven Silence

by Felicity Hayes-McCoy The Collins Press (September 01, 2015)

How do we know that what we remember is the truth? Inspired by the story of her relative Marion Stokes, one of three women who raised the tricolour over Enniscorthy in Easter Week 1916, Felicity Hayes-McCoy...