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Mon. 20 May. 2019

Cassettes crushed

Counterfeit Cassettes Crackdown 1994

Highlighting the impact of the bootleg tape trade a ten ton road roller crushes thousands of pirate music cassettes.

Dalkey House Sells for Record Price (1979)

Upward Trend In House Prices 1979

Houses around the country reach record prices with a five bedroom in Dalkey selling for £379,000 while the average price of a house nationwide is at £20,000.

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Failed Demolition Of Limerick Mill

Failed Demolition Of Limerick Mill 1989

The Old Ranks Flour Mill on Dock Road, Limerick was due to be demolished in the biggest controlled explosion in the history of the state. While there was an explosion, the outcome wasn't quite what was expected.

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Housing Conditions in Ireland

In less than 50 years, Ireland went from a critical housing deficit to a property glut.

Civil Rights Campaign 1968-69

Coverage of the civil rights movement between the summer of 1968 and the spring of 1969.

Northern Ireland 1969

August 1969 was the month that Northern Ireland erupted into violence.