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Competition between Kerry and Connemara rowers reaches a peak at the annual Dingle Regatta in 2001.
A Bronze Age village is under excavation in a bog on the banks of the River Shannon two miles from Clonmacnoise, County Offaly.
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In 1981 IT Magazine (formerly Irish Tatler), commissioned a survey on the subject of what women from Northern Ireland think of life south of the border. The survey of 447 women was carried out by Ulster Marketing Surveys Limited.
On 25 August 1986 Hurricane Charley reached Ireland causing widespread flooding and damage mainly on the East coast of Ireland.
Irish celebrities, politicians, sports people, actors, singers and performers in the early years of their careers.
The campaign to preserve the site of Viking settlement at Wood Quay, Dublin began in 1976, headed by Professor F.X. Martin, Chairman of the Friends of Medieval Dublin.