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A Dublin shop says an increase in sales of military equipment is driven by a belief that a war in Iraq is inevitable.
A new Kerry lifeboat Margaret Francis Love will be on call 24 hours a day 365 days a year.
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A innovative scheme at Irvinestown Health Centre is proving that the milk of human kindness can save lives.
Described as "a poser's paradise" Grafton Street, Dublin is the location for this report on Dublin street style, fashion and music in 1989.
In less than 50 years, Ireland went from a critical housing deficit to a property glut.
From the housewives who washed their husbands' socks by hand in 1960s Dublin to the era of Ireland's first female President in the 1990s.
Coverage of the civil rights movement between the summer of 1968 and the spring of 1969.