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#50TH ANNIVERSARY

From TheJournal.ie 'If you said 50 years ago there would be families living in tents because they can't afford rent, I would have laughed' Homelessness

'If you said 50 years ago there would be families living in tents because they can't afford rent, I would have laughed'

The Dublin Simon Community is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. How different was the homeless problem back in 1969?

From The42 The Lisbon Lions set the benchmark for Celtic. It was a bit like Ireland after Italia '90 - Packie Bonner 50TH ANNIVERSARY

The Lisbon Lions set the benchmark for Celtic. It was a bit like Ireland after Italia '90 - Packie Bonner

The former Ireland goalkeeper talks about being spotted by Jock Stein’s assistant and his career with the Hoops.

From TheJournal.ie Riots and mop-tops: The Beatles played Ireland 50 years ago today 50TH ANNIVERSARY

Riots and mop-tops: The Beatles played Ireland 50 years ago today

In 1963, the Beatles played in Dublin and Belfast – and today marks the 50th anniversary of that milestone gig.

From TheJournal.ie Here's what the JFK 50 stamps look like... An Post

Here's what the JFK 50 stamps look like...

The two stamps feature pictures taken during the President’s historic four-day visit to Ireland in 1963.

James Bond’s Skyfall – is it actually any good? 007 This post contains videos

James Bond’s Skyfall – is it actually any good?

Patrick McCarry delivers the verdict. Plus: how the movie pays tribute to all 7 previous Bond actors.

From TheJournal.ie Eucharistic Congress: Here's why people are attending Vox Pop

Eucharistic Congress: Here's why people are attending

The arrival of the 50th International Eucharistic Congress comes at a time when the Catholic Church in Ireland is in turmoil. TheJournal.ie spoke to some of the pilgrims on why they are attending.