Ballot to be held for Somme 2016 commemoration tickets

UK government announces ballot for tickets to attend the 100 year anniversary commemoration of the Battle of the Somme in France

Dublin Discovery app adds Easter Rising section

Smartphone app takes in key moments from throughout Dublin's history including Easter 1916

Smartphone app launched for 30,000th Last Post performance

A new smartphone app will include a live stream of the 30,000th sounding of the Last Post at Ypres this July. Users of the app will be able to listen

Jutland shipwrecks uncovered in 3D scans

Scans produced of ships sunk during First World War's largest naval battle

Creative Centenaries wins DCAL Innovation award

DCAL Learning and Innovation awards recognise impact of the Creative Centenaries project
Easter Rising

Derry and Strabane council offers free Dublin residential

Community and voluntary groups invited to take part in learning about events of 100 years ago

Secret Easter Rising police files released

Movements of Tom Clarke and Bulmer Hobson among Rising leaders monitored

Creative Centenaries seeks partners for major cultural heritage programme

Partners sought from across arts, heritage, cultural and community organisations

Dramatic firsthand account of Easter Rising made public

Opera singer was due to perform in Dublin but left stranded by outbreak of fighting

Innovative iBook launched to explore events of 1916

Interactive iPad book examines impact of events in 1916 through multi-sensory experience

Graphic short stories delivered to all schools in Northern Ireland

Education resources explore Easter Rising and Battle of the Somme through graphic novels

Stinging Fly magazine seek writers to mark 1916 centenary

Magazine offers writers opportunity to 're-evaluate and reclaim the vision of the Easter Rising'

PRONI blog uncovers Gallipoli and Dardanelles campaign

New blog post details Irish voices from February 1915 to January 1916

First World War objectors remembered online

Online records of those who refused to go to war are now online

New images of Fermanagh soldiers released

Series of images recall the role of Inniskilling Fusiliers from May 1915

Pages