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This photograph of Lower Abbeygate Street was taken from the top of a warehouse on the corner of Whitehall c1870. In the foreground you can see the remains of the Browne Mansion, and the original site of the Browne Doorway. Further up the street is the Pro-Cathedral, which was the site of an appalling disaster on Christmas Day, 1842. The following, which appeared in The Dublin Pilot, is a graphic account of what happened.
Coole Park hosted a conferring ceremony for graduates of the NUI Maynooth certificate in local history last weekend, the first ceremony of its kind to be held at the park. The course was run as an outreach programme at Coole by the NUI Maynooth department of modern history, in association with the university’s adult education office. Nineteen students were conferred on the day.
Advance Pitstop is Ireland's leading and largest automotive services with a fast fit service providing all your motoring needs. There are 40 branches nationwide. Kilkenny’s branch opened in December 2008 and is based in Unit 28, The Hebron Industrial Estate, run by Eamonn Fitzgerald.
Galwegians won an enthralling contest when they edged out their Dublin visitors in this Division 1 game played in atrocious wet and windy conditions at Crowley Park.