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'Last' Bloody Sunday march takes place in Derry
'Laughable' pace of [public service] reform criticised, November 9th
'Leave us in peace', says Northern Ireland Minister Peter Robinson [after his wife returns to NI]
'Legal high' link to gun attack
'Little fighters' [conjoined twins] set for surgery
'Loyalist mob' blamed for trouble, November 29th
Lá Nua (news)
LRC talks fail to resolve Vita Cortex dispute
La Mon Bomb Victims Remembered
La Mon IRA bomb victims want public enquiry after HET report
La Mon Restaurant Bombing, 1978
Labour Court recommends halving public service sick pay entitlements
Labour Youth call on party to ditch coalition talks
Labour and Fine Gael clash on tax plans
Labour calls for 'Seanad to be abolished'
Labour in Irish History
Labour in Irish History
Labour most popular party - poll
Labour party to become an official party in Northern Ireland, Feb 17th
Labour to conduct Lisbon campaign 'like ground war', July 18th
Labour welcomes full-time gangland crime unit, Jan 31st
Labour's [Joan] Burton says Ireland is 'banjaxed'
Labour's tax plan targets carbon and texts, April 3rd
Labour: Ahern must resign after latest revelations, March 20th
Lady Hermon 'unconvinced' over lowering corporation tax
Lady Morgan (Sydney Owenson)
Lagmore gun attack accused gets bail to go to school
Lagmore shooting: 14-year-old boy remanded in custody
Lampposts alert is declared hoax, March 23rd
Lancastria ship, 1936
Landfill death horror: family's grief after body found, August 23rd
Lanzarote victim in 'very grave' condition, May 29th
Laois County Council Tourism
Laois Tourism
Large crowds attend Tall Ships Festival
Larne Gun Running, 1914
Larne Road
Laser shone into PSNI helicopter
Last ditch talks fail to avert protest vote by Green senators, July 16th
Last ever UK death sentence conviction quashed
Last orders on devolution deal, September 2006,,1877814,00.html
Last two [Jerry] McCabe killers to be released from prison, August 5th
Late Middle Ages
Late rush boosts Christmas trade, Dec 24th
Late-night talks edge unionists and nationalists close to policing deal, October 9th
Later executions in Ireland
Later history of the IRB
Latest figures show 20% surge in heroin deaths
Laurence O'Toole
Laurence O'Toole
Laurence O'Toole (Lorcán Ua Tuathail)
Law Lords reject Holy Cross policing challenge, Nov 13th
Law and order Belfast style as two men are forced on a 'walk of shame', Jan 13th
Law firm Allen and Overy creating 300 jobs in Belfast
Lawrence Rush accusing British Intelligence of ignoring warnings - Irish Freedom Committee
Lawyers 'not to view victims' scars' - BBC
Lawyers at odds over unmasking of 'Anglo 10', Feb 20th
Lay-by killer [Ian Daly] gets 11 years, October 16th
Leader of gang suspected of Geoff Kerr murder is a British agent, May 3rd
Leaders 'let down' as 36,000 struggle in water crisis
Leaders button up to bury the hatchet for a 'Yes' vote, June 10th
Leaders clash in final election debate
Leaders clash over economy & jobs in debate
Leaders congratulate Barack Obama, Nov 7th
Leaders hold final press conferences
Leaders urge last devolution step, Feb 10th
Leading garda to investigate scandals
Leaked priest defamation report 'finds RTE unfair'
Lean times for the Irish Republic, Jan 30th
Leap of faith as crowds flock to fish shops and church services, April 11th
Learning the Wrong Lessons: Governments, Hunger and the Irish Famine by Gareth G Davies
Leaving cert higher level maths paper branded a 'disgrace'
Lebor Gabála Érenn - The Book of The Taking of Ireland
Lecture by Noel O'Connell on Father Dinneen and the Gaelic Revival
Lecturer sues after detention in England, Scotland, Northern Ireland, September 28th
Leeds Irish Health & Homes
Leeds Irish Historical and Cultural Society
Legacy of Church in Ireland shaken by appalling abuse - Pope
Legacy of the Irish Famine
Legal action flagged over non-payment of Household Charge
Legal action over Peter Hain memoirs 'misconceived'
Legal aid body is damned in report, Jan 30th
Legal aid granted in Omagh case, March 13th
Legal first cross-border life sentence quashed
Legal liability unlikely in clearly footpaths of snow
Legal move against Omagh 'suspects' - BBC
Legalise abortion in Northern Ireland, Oct 19th
Legality of the enactment of the Constitution of Ireland
Legendary Celtic Women
Legendary Events
Legion of the Rearguard (song)
Legislation and renewed repression: 1930s and 1940s
Lehan says Limerick killings 'deplorable', April 8th
Leinster House, Dublin
Leinster are kings of Europe, May 25th
Leitrim Official Site
Leitrim Tourism
Lenihan 'defamed in bank row
Lenihan 'satisfied' of guarantee agreement, Oct 7th
Lenihan accuses FG of political point-scoring, Sept 24th
Lenihan admits 'serious problem' in economy, June 24th
Lenihan defends use of National Pension Reserve Fund to prop up banks, Dec 22nd
Lenihan lash at Joe Duffy banks panic, Sept 21st
Lenihan rejects economists' arguments [about risks posed by NAMA], August 26th
Lenihan says Ireland has not lost sovereignty
Lenihan to slash pay of ministers by 20%, July 26th
Lenihan welcomes EU support on bonds issue
Lenihan: tax in line with Government targets
Lenihan: we didn't notice the downturn, Dec 14th
Lenihnan's budget plan is revealed, Sept 28th
Leo Colton denies IRA links at Smithwick Tribunal
Lesley Howell and Trevor Buchanan: police 'overlooked murder clues'
Lethal cocktail of drugs thought to be cause of Cork deaths
Letter from Daniel O'Connell to his wife, Waterford, 1826
Letter from Gerry Adams to Bertie Ahern, December 2004
Letters from the Irish famine
Liam Adams bids for legal aid to fund media transcripts
Liam Adams extradited to Northern Ireland
Liam Adams hands himself in to Gardai over abuse claims, December 22nd
Liam Adams loses legal bid to appeal extradition
Liam Adams to be extradited on sexual assault charges
Liam Campbell
Liam Cosgrave, taoiseach
Liam Cosgrave, taoiseach
Liam Lynch
Liam McDonnell
Liam Mellows
Liberal Reforms
Liberal reforms 1906 - 1914
Liberty Hall: A potent symbol of freedom
Library Ireland
Libya case families in defiant vow: dithering PM won't stop fight for justice, September 7th
Libya talks over IRA compensation, October 31st
Libyan arms to the IRA
Libyan post 'useful for police', September 18th
Libyans 'unlikely' to compensate, November 3rd
Life Site
Life for gangland bosses in crime crackdown, July 1st
Life in Bronze Age Ireland
Life of Michael Davitt
Life of Theobald Wolfe Tone
Life sentence in Mountjoy death, June 29th
Life term for musician's killer, June 30th
Lifting the Green Curtain: Ireland in the 1960s,9171,940296-1,00.html
Light aircraft in crash landing, July 12th
Lightning strikes family's home near Newry
Lily Kerr claims she acted in the public interest in documents row
Limavady man pleads guilty to child prostitution charge
Limb found at Dollymount was from rapist
Limerick 'pogrom' (Wikipedia)
Limerick - Angela's Ashes tour
Limerick Castle
Limerick Cathedral
Limerick City
Limerick Tourist
Limerick after the Emergency
Limerick has highest levels of killings and gun crime, March 11th
Limerick hotel closes with loss of 130 jobs, Jan 30th
Limerick regeneration plans due, Oct 28th
Limerick stabbing victim was known to gardaí
Limerick, July 1831
Limerick, June 1840
Limerick, March 1840
Limerick, Nov 1848
Limerick, November 1839
Limerick, October 1848
Lindisfarne - Viking Re-enactment
Linfield captain released on bail [in Spain], June 3rd
Links on the French Revolution
Links to 12th century Irish texts
Linn Duchaill: Ireland's unlikely Irish capital
Liosta Ard-Ríthe na hÉireann
Lisa Dorrian: Police begin search of land in Comber
Lisbon No groups launch campaign, August 18th
Lisbon Treaty is in Irish hands, May 18th
Lisbon Treaty: Brown defends Mandelsohn after Sarkozy blames him for Irish 'no' vote, 20th
Lisbon a bad deal for everyone, says Adams, May 1st
Lisbon guarantees represent 'new deal', say Ibec, August 4th
Lisbon highlighted as FF Ard Fheis opens, Feb 27th
Lisbon hits Dublin streets, September 24th
Lisbon vote research published, Sept 10th
Lisburn council involved in sectarian display, August 21st
Lisheen Castle
Lismore Castle
Lisnaskea fire - 18-year-old man arrested
Lisnaskea police station
List of Taoisigh
List of killings by the IRA
List of late Medieval Battles in Ireland
List of priests and laymen killed in Ireland 1565 - 1655
List of the Earls of Kildare
List of those killed in the Dublin and Monaghan bombs
Listowel attack victim speaks out, December 19th
Literary Parnellism
Literature in Irish - the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries
Litriocht (Bookstore)
Little Eva (3) 'lucky to be alive' after balcony fall
Live Register fell 3,300 last month - CSO
Live Register numbers fall by 2,300 in July
Live explosive found under car in Dublin
Live register at highest level in 2011
Live register figure rises by 2,900
Live: Michael D. Higgins elected President
Liver failure teen on road to recovery, September 29th
Liverpool confirm Brendan Rodgers as manager
Living Dublin
Living with the Omagh legacy - BBC
Living with the aftermath of Omagh - BBC
Loaded gun taken from man outside jail, November 30th
Loais at Irish Tourist
Lobster pot tag washes up 3,000 miles away in County Kerry
Local Government Act (Northern Ireland) 1972
Local Government of Ireland Act, 1898
Local Irish History
Local and Irish History
Local government under the Normans  (focus on England)
Local rate increase of up to 8.5%, Feb 16th
Lock of Michael Collins' hair withdrawn from auction
London 2012: Boxer Michael Conlan loses Olympic semi-final
London Debates in 1795
London GAA
London Irish Network
London Irish Women's Centre
London Metropolitan University
London and Dublin must act to halt this deepening crisis, November 25th
London mayor Boris Johnson drives Wrightbus vehicle in Ballymena
London rules out Sinn Féin deal on official status for Gaelic, August 31st
London street gangs
Londonderry - city of refuge
Londonderry arson attack causes £200,000 damage
Londonderry car thieves crash into house wall
Londonderry couple's victory on sham wedding law
Londonderry man rescued from Waterside flat fire
Londonderry named the UK City of Culture
Londonderry stab victim named as Christopher McGaughey
Londonderry welcomes Turner prize 'coup'
Londonderry: one man, no vote (overview of situation by 1965)
Lone gunman sought over Dublin murder, Feb 10th
Longford Tourism
Longford cathedral gutted in fire, December 25th
Look back in anger (article on Ian Paisley), March 6th
Looking For Solutions: Ulster Troubles Part 22
Looking back with sorrow - BBC
Lord Alderdice, Alliance Party leader and member of the IMC,_Baron_Alderdice
Lord Chief Justice of Ireland
Lord Edward FitzGerald
Lord Feldman says UUP 'wrong to reject Tory merger'
Lord Frederick Cavendish
Lord John Russell
Lord Lieutenant of Ireland
Lord Louis Mountbatten, killed by IRA
Lord Morrow says human trafficking rising in Northern Ireland
Lord Mountbatten killed, August 1979
Lord North,_Lord_North
Lord Saville: Bloody Sunday was Derry's 'most terrible day'
Lords in Ireland
Loreto Grammar wins Ruane court challenge
Lorry diver 'thought £5m cocaine haul was Bibles', December 21st
Lorry driver threatened at gun point in Newtownhamilton
Lorry fire disrupts M1 traffic
Lorry left dangling from ferry during Irish sea crossing, Jan 29th
Loss of faith in the Irish fairy tale
Losses at Aer Lingus almost quadruple, August 27th
Lost boys rescued from mountain, Feb 13th
Lots of Irish History
Lough Derg waters at record high,  November 26th
Lough Erne golf court and hotel resort in administration
Lough body thought to be missing Larne man - police
Loughall Martyrs, 1987
Loughinisland families 'shocked' at ombudsman findings
Loughinisland massacre
Louis Armstrong in Belfast, 1962
Louis XIV
Louk Sorenson claims first Irish grand slam win in open era at Australian Open
Louth Tourist Information
Louth at Irish Tourist
Louth, June 24th, 1837
Low voter turnout in fiscal treaty referendum
Loyalist Combat 18 threaten Romanian gypsies, June 21st
Loyalist Mark Haddock back in custody after trial
Loyalist McKeown: police asked me to shoot Rosemary Nelson dead, July 28th
Loyalist Myths: King Billy Revisited
Loyalist Steven Brown gets 30 years for murders of Andrew Robb and David McIlwaine, April 3rd
Loyalist Stone due in Crown Court, May 12th
Loyalist [Mark Harbinson] found guilty of having child porn snaps on phone
Loyalist [Mark Harbinson] rape case is adjourned, October 30th
Loyalist band filmed outside north Belfast Catholic church
Loyalist betting shop massacre (book extract)
Loyalist cab boss in cash review, April 27th
Loyalist group UDA decommissions illegal arsenal
Loyalist groups put weapons beyond use, June 27th
Loyalist killer Michael Stone jailed for 16 years, Dec 8th
Loyalist leader murdered in prison, Dec 1997
Loyalist loses bid for anonymity, Oct 31st
Loyalist meeting [with leading Catholic] 'significant', April 24th
Loyalist mob threatens son of murdered Catholic, May 27th
Loyalist mourners defy UVF at murdered man's funeral
Loyalist murderer [Jim Fulton's] appeal fails, June 12th
Loyalist nominated high sheriff (of Belfast),  Dec 6th
Loyalist paramilitaries must decommission arms, says [NI Secretary] Woodward, May 7th
Loyalist protest at Holy Cross ends, November 2001
Loyalists announce a ceasefire, 1994
Loyalists blamed for Coleraine murder, June 2001
Loyalists blamed for bomb attack on house in east Belfast
Loyalists exact revenge with murder of informer, December 2001
Loyalists get funds to oppose racists, April 9th
Loyalists in Long Kesh, 1990
Loyalists left bombs by bike track, say police, Dec 4th
Loyalists' sentences are reviewed, March 26th
Loyalists; Direct Rule: Ulster Troubles Part 19
Lukasz Rzeszutko begged his attackers to stop
Lundy the Traitor
Lurgan houses flooded with sewage
Lurgan rape: accused 'intent on revenge' court told
Lusk Heritage Centre
Luton Irish Forum
Luttrellstown Castle
Luxury Hotels in Ireland
[Labour leader Eamon] Gilmore insists Lisbon good for workers, September 15th
[Labour leader Eamon] Gilmore wants drastic cut in political donations limit, March 28th
[Labour party spokesperson Joan] Burton seeks FF answers on Irish Nationwide, Dec 22nd
[Libertas chairman Declan] Ganley announces North West EP Candidacy, March 15th
[Loyalist Mark] Haddock held over four murders, July 21st
[Loyalist Mark] Haddock in court over feud murder,  Jan 8th
[Loyalist] decommissioning deadline extended, Dec 3rd
landslide victory
large hole
later revealed
launched a legal challenge
laying siege
left the party
left the talks
legal challenge
lifted a ban
lks on Coalition formation begin
locked themselves
lost authority
lost control of Ardoyne
lost her case
lost his East Belfast seat
lost his compensation claim
lost his legal challenge
loyalist mob
loyalists had a duty to inform