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$30m investment set aside for NI, March 16th
'40 flee' after World Cup riots, April 9th
1,000 tip-offs a month over welfare fraud
1,200 leads in Quinn murder probe, Jan 24th
1,500 home help workers protest over HSE cuts
1,700 protest [in West Cork] over closure of beds
1.5bn  in Government bonds auctioned
1.5m top-up to pension
10,000 civil servants stage lunch-time protest, March 19th
10,000 protest over Navan health cuts
10,000 students at fees protest, Oct 22nd
10,000, March 7th
10-year sentence for 10M Euro drugs haul, Nov 6th
100 Irish soccer fans turned away from Poznan campsite
100 Question Quiz
100 civilian staff at PSNI bases to review security
100 people stage protest at Asda store in north Belfast
100,000  households get £150 boost, Dec 15th
100,000 from bank
1000 if they swap mortgages to rivals
100lb bomb
100lb roadside bomb found near Irish border, May 14th
11 arrested after Dublin raids on gangs
11 sites identified by NAMA as possible location for new children's hospital
11-plus exam abolished
11-plus replacement exams taken, November 14th
11-plus returns in Northern Ireland, Feb 6th
113m after investigations
115,000 pensioners face paying more tax
117 dental patients recalled as consultant 'removed'
12 arrests after South Belfast rioting, March 18th
12.7bn loss
120 jobs announced for Dublin and Offaly
12th December 1890: Parnell resigns
13 arrested in organised crime operation
13 gone but not forgotten, we got 18 and Mountbatten
1300 - 1450: The Norman Decline
1348 in Ireland
13bn fall in profits
13th February 1867: Fenians raid Chester Castle
14 arrested for money laundering
14 held in garda raids across 6 counties
14-year-old drowns in river Liffey
140 jobs lost at NI chain Laser
140 jobs to be created in Shannon
15% of MI5-workload is NI related, March 5th
15-year-old girl found dead in Newtownards Park
150 PSNI officers ' to be moved to guard duty'
150 hotels under threat after BoSI closure
1500 scramble for just 92 Tesco jobs, August 24th
155 jobs announced for Galway, Dublin & Cork
1598 - 1629: The Defeat of Ulster and the Ulster Plantation
1599 Articles
16 new cases of swine flu in NI, August 6th
16-year-old boy
16-year-old stabbed to death [in Dublin]
1641 Rebellion
1649 - 1652: Cromwell's Conquest of Ireland
1687 - 1691: James II and William of Orange
1690 - The Battle of the Boyne
16bn Euro bailout in pipeline if stock crash continues, Oct 12th
16th century colonisation plans for Ulster
17 jobs lost with closure of Mourne Granite Ltd
17-year-old youth
170 firms collapsed every month in 2011
172 jobs to go as Budget Travel ceases trading, November 25th
1778 up to the Act of Union
1798 Rebellion
1798 Rebellion and Waterford
1798 United Irishmen Uprising
1798 United Irishmen uprising
1798: Calendar of Events
1798: Myth Versus Reality
1798: The United Irishmen and the Early Trade Unions
17th March 1858: The Fenian Brotherhood
18% fewer visitors in May, July 15th
18,000 Dublin homes yet to pay bin charge
18-year sentence for 'depraved barbarian'
1800s Timeline for Ireland
1846 - 1847,2833,-1846,00.html
1850 - 1909: Parnell, Gladstone and the Battle for Home Rule
1850-1909: Parnell,  Gladstone and the battle for Home Rule
188 a month
1881 photograph of Parnell
1893 - 1914: The Third Home Rule Bill and Ulster's Opposition
18th Century Cork
18th Century Sources (for genealogical research)
18th Century Timeline focusing on the North
19-year-old dies after Kerry sand dune collapse
19-year-old woman killed in Galway crash
1911 Parliament Act
1913 - 1988: 75 years since the Dublin Lock-out
1913 Lockout
1916 Easter Rising
1916 Easter Rising
1916 Rising (Photos set to music)
1916 Rising Tour
1916, War of Independence and Civil War: A workers' guide to Ireland
1917 - 20: the road to partition
1917 Rising of an Irish Political Colossus
1917: Preparations for IRA Convention
1919 in Ireland
1922 - 38: The fixing of the Irish border
1932: Belfast outdoor relief strike
1935 in Northern Ireland
1939 - 1967: Relative calm before the storm
1968 - 1969: The troops are sent in
1968: Londonderry march ends in violence
1969 - 1972: The start of the Troubles and the Fall of Stormont
1969 Northern Ireland riots
1969 in Northern Ireland
1969: British troops sent into Northern Ireland
1969: Provisionals emerge
1971: Ulster Troubles Part 16
1973 Oil Crisis
1979: Pope calls for peace in Ireland
1980 files show mutual London-Dublin suspicion
1981 State Papers reveal call over Section 31
1981: Bobby Sands dies in prison
1981: Violence erupts at Irish hunger strike protest
1982: IRA bombs cause carnage in London
1983 Tidey case: IRA kidnap gang 'captured' seven gardai and soldiers, June14th
1983: Dozens escape in Maze breakout
1984: Tory cabinet in Brighton bomb blast
1985: Anglo-Irish Agreement signed
1987: Bomb kills 11 at Enniskillen
1988-9: Gibraltar killings and the release of the Guildford Four
1988: Three shot dead at Milltown Cemetery
199 jobs to go at Co Offaly plant
1993 - 4: The Downing Street Declaration and the IRA ceasefire
1996 Docklands bombing
1997 - 1998: Second IRA ceasefire to the Nobel Peace Prize
1kg of cocaine found in man's runners [at Dublin airport], December 16th
1m cigarettes seized by customs
1m robbery
1m stolen plant machine recovered
1m to charity
1st July 1916 - the Englishman's betrayal (rare footage)
2 British soldiers killed at IRA rites, 1988
2% VAT hike among new measures to take effect
2,000 attend 1916 Rising commemoration
2,000 attend meeting to overturn turf ban
2,000 cars taken off the road after failing NCT
2,000 in anti-austerity march in Dublin
2.35m to Gardaí
2.5m legal costs
2.9bn, March 3rd
20 people in fight outside bar in Cullybackey
20% of NI students 'to exploit Irish passport loophole'
20,000 farmers demonstrate in Dublin over funding concerns
20,000 jobs 'could go in 2009', Jan 16th
20-year-old man shot dead in Dublin gangland attack, June 18th
2000 attend RIR protest in Belfast
2000 pubs will close in next ten years, study claims, November 3rd
2001 Westminster elections
2006 - 2007,,441059,00.html
20th Century Irish History
21% increase in organ donations in 2009
21-year sentence for killer dentist [Colin Howell]
21-year-old Aaron Hogg found dead in Maghaberry cell
210 jobs cut at Kerry textile firm [Amann], April 24th
22 jobs lost in Dublin air company, December 24th
22-year-old charged over fatal Donegal crash
22-year-old in hospital after Laois stabbing
23 confirmed swine flu cases in Ireland, June 22nd
23,000 may suffer elder abuse: Age Action, June 26th
23-year-old Irishman drowns in Laos river
230 jobs to go at Bank of Ireland in Northern Ireland
24-year-old was shot
24bn of further capital
250 arrested in PSNI blitz on crime, Jan 15th
250,000 Irish workers go on strike, November 24th
250,000 benefit fraud
27 police officers injured in Belfast riots
27-year-old man dies after Portarlington shooting
2bn for first six months
2bn in state assets sold
2m seized in Navan
3,500 customers still without power across Northern Ireland
3,516 Irish had recalled hip device fitted
30,000 for uniforms
30,000 homes still without power
300 IRA members to fight convictions and seek compensation, August 25th
300 people at Derry protest against tuition fee hike
300 public servants now earn more than €165,000, April 22nd
300 schools hit by exam blunder, October 15th
300k stolen as AIB official's wife abducted
300lb bomb
300lb car bomb found, Jan 31st
300lb van bomb left at Aughnacloy police station
30km/hr Dublin speed limit extended
30th anniversary of Stardust tragedy
32CSM man charged under terrorism legislation
33 Police Service of Northern Ireland officers suspended in one year
33 seats filled in Seanad election
33% rise in cards for electricity, May 28th
334 jobs secured with Quinn Healthcare sale
35-year-old charged over John Wilson murder
357K secretarial expenses
37 arrests in Dublin drugs operations
37-year-old found guilty of jockeys' manslaughter [in England]
37-year-old man
37-year-old man shot dead in Co Cork - police investigation
370 jobs go at Element Six in Shannon, July 22nd
38 million cigarettes with an estimated value of €14.7m seized at Dublin Port
38% rise in Childline calls on Christmas Day
380,000 affected by laptop theft, August 11th
39% say NAMA wrong approach - poll, September 18th
3bn sales
3m cigarettes seized in M1 operation
3m package
4,000 gather for Household Charge protest
4,500 people enjoy BBC Proms in the Park at Hillsborough
4.4m embassy spending [in Canada]
40 jobs go at staff training firm First4Skills
40 jobs under threat at Strabane nightclub
40 lawyers break ranks to take on abandoned cases
40 new schools to cope with growing population
40 police stations face closure, August 4th
40,000 litres of laundered fuel seized from illegal border plant
40,000 passengers stranded as Dublin airport shuts
400 a week
400 face the axe in a dark day for jobs, August 8th
400 year old horse fair goes off without a hitch, August 16th
400lb bomb left at policing board, November 22nd
40m bonus
40m debts
41 job losses as Portstewart care home closes
42% increase in suicides recorded, October 29th
43,000 customers to be refunded after ATM fault
44-year-old charged with Mary Ryan murder in Dublin
45 arrested over drugs in 48 hours in Dublin
47 card skimming devices found, August 18th
47% of households left with €100 at end of month after paying essential bills
47-year-old man was injured
48 car tyres slashed in north Belfast
48-hour ultimatum
48-year-old found dead in Avoca, County Wicklow
49 elderly passengers and two occupants of a car taken to hospital following bus crash in Donegal
5,000 attend rally in support of Quinn family
5,000 greet President elect in Galway City
5,400 new swine flu cases diagnosed this week
50,000 in dock over rates payment, July 28th
50-50 recruitment in PSNI may be scrapped
50-strong crowd attacks police, October 11th
500 scientists arrive for EuroScience Open Forum 2012 in Dublin
5000 job losses in voluntary sector
500k worth of illegal medicines seized
500m Euro to be invested in new venture fund, Dec 18th
50th Anniversary of nuclear fire shows worse results than expected
53 arrests at Marlay Park concerts
54,000 cigarettes seized in Fermoy
55th Anniversary of the Battle of the Atlantic marked in Londonderry
56,000 over HSE delays
56-year-old man dies in Dublin city centre crash
57,500 receive Leaving Cert results, August 12th
575 jobs lost at Talk Talk in Waterford
5800 people added to Live Register in June
59% of rolling tobacco 'illegal'
6.4m of heroin
60 'high calibre' NI jobs created by US investors
60% more Irish head to Australia
60,000 waiting for day & inpatient treatment
600,000 fraud
65,000 attend Bray Air Show
66.4m in bonuses - report
67% vote Yes to Lisbon Treaty, October 3rd
675,000 line streets for Dublin parade, March 17th
6bn cuts in coming budget
6m profit in second quarter
7,000 children take unofficial NI grammar school tests
7.6m handover, March 1st
70 jobs to go at Bangor call centre, Anderson Manning
70,000 retail jobs face axe in New Year, Dec 28th
7000 new swine flu cases each week, October 22nd
74% believe Government is handling economy poorly
75 jobs to go with Peats 'World of Electronics' closures
75-year-old lifted from Clare field, December 31st
750 jobs to go at Bank of Scotland Ireland
750 republican bomb alerts
79-year-old dies in house fire, April 13th
7m debt
8.3bn in fresh bailout
8.6 bn
80 - 100 'active dissident members', August 13th
80 held over Dublin drug dealing, July 2nd
80,000 gather for Slane concert
800,000 pupils face disruption when teachers strike, November 14th
8000 protest over Roscommon hospital
85 priests were accused of abuse - Catholic church reviews
85bn fund for banks and public finances
888,751 have registered for Household Charge according to the Local Government Management Agency
9,200 new swine flu cases last week, October 29th
9.5m seized in Terenure
9/11 service held in Belfast to remember attacks
90 jobs lost at poultry plant in Co Cavan
900 jobs to go at Quinn insurance
950 jobs to go at Aviva operation in Ireland
950m in 2010