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From TheJournal.ie A plastic bullet and an early breast pump are among the objects in a new 'National Treasures' exhibition Museum Of Country Life

A plastic bullet and an early breast pump are among the objects in a new 'National Treasures' exhibition

The exhibition follows the RTÉ National Treasures TV programme and it will run until August.

From TheJournal.ie 'Sonia was almost the perfect Irish hero: courageous, determined, yet fragile and all too human' Column

'Sonia was almost the perfect Irish hero: courageous, determined, yet fragile and all too human'

Moreover, Irish sport has continually demonstrated our nation’s capacity to unite behind certain events and certain individuals, writes Dr Richard McElligott.

10 truly priceless Irish objects discovered by the lovely National Treasures project

Torcs and lanulas are great, but what about an Italia 90 tea tin?

From TheJournal.ie Bosco mugs to ration books: Do you have objects that could help tell the story of Ireland's last 100 years? Gathering Dust

Bosco mugs to ration books: Do you have objects that could help tell the story of Ireland's last 100 years?

A new campaign is calling on the public to help tell the story of Ireland over the past 100 years through everyday objects.

From TheJournal.ie Ireland should 'give back its looted and stolen treasures' National Treasures

Ireland should 'give back its looted and stolen treasures'

“Ireland is uniquely positioned to redress the imperialist legacy of Britain.”

From TheJournal.ie Column: Objects can tell us startling stories about our history - we should cherish them Read Me This post contains images

Column: Objects can tell us startling stories about our history - we should cherish them

Ireland is lucky to have so many national treasures that reveal our shared past; we should be proud and share them with the world, says Ruth Hegarty.