A haunting tale.
The winning entry from Jonas Dahlberg shows part of a nearby promontory cleaved in two.
On Christmas Eve 50 years ago, the New York International Airport paid a poignant tribute to the fallen US president.
Emery Jacoby shares his family’s tragedy online.
Even worse, these men – dubbed “bare branches” – are deemed to represent a danger to social stability.
Colin Regan sent out an appeal on Facebook when his bicycle, which had belonged to his late brother Gordon, was stolen. The universe (and friends) conspired to reunite him with it just before Christmas.
Revival of medieval ‘foundling’ boxes in which abandoned babies were placed send “bad message to society”.
It is the first time the leader of the Republic of Ireland has attended a ceremony in Northern Ireland on Remembrance Sunday.
The National Archives has digitised the wills of 9,000 soldiers killed in action during the Great War.
“I am like a bird with nowhere to rest on the ground but which can’t spend his whole life in the sky.” – Yasser, stateless.
TV3 six-parter will capture the arrivals and departures, reunions and separations at airport which saw 18.7 million people pass through it last year.
Interactive map shows that the ship would have been off the southwestern coast of Ireland, having left Cobh at 1.30pm on this day in 1912.