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Ireland, Northern -> History A Troubled History Northern Ireland's relatively distinct history began in the early 17th cent., when, after the suppression of an Irish rebellion, much land was confiscated by the British crown and planted with Scottish and English settlers.
Ireland, Church of Ireland, Church of, Anglican church of both the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.
Ireland Ireland, Irish Eireâr´e [to it are related the poetic Erin and perhaps the Latin Hibernia], island, 32,598 sq mi (84,429 sq km), second largest of the British Isles.
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 Encyclopedia: 1984 in Ireland
Ireland, sometimes known as Eire, is an independent republic and consists of the remaining 26 counties of the country.
County Tipperary (Tiobraid Árann in Irish) is a traditional county in the Republic of Ireland, in the province of Munster.
Dublin (Irish: Baile Átha Cliath1),is the capital and largest city of the Republic of Ireland, located2 near the midpoint of Irelands east coast, at the mouth of the River Liffey and at the centre of the Dublin region3.
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 History of Ireland 1984 - 1993: The Anglo-Irish Agreement and attempts at talks
Called the New Ireland Forum, it had first met in the summer of 1983 and was to produce a report.
On 12 October 1984, the IRA detonated a bomb at the Grand Hotel, Brighton, England where the UK Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher, and her cabinet were staying during the Conservative Party conference.
The Northern Ireland Assembly, which was a relic of the failed Sunningdale Agreement, was abolished on 23 June, 1986.
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 1984 in Ireland - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
March 14 - Sinn Féin MP Gerry Adams is shot and wounded in Belfast.
May 2 - The New Ireland Forum publishes its report presenting three possibilities for discussion: a unitary Irish state, a federal/confederal state and joint sovereignty.
June 18 - European Parliament elections are held in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.
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 CAIN: Issues: Politics: New Ireland Forum Report, 1984
Northern Ireland today is characterised by the fact that neither section of the community is happy with the status quo or has confidence in or a sense of direction about the future.
The establishment of Northern Ireland as a separate political unit was contrary to the desire of the great majority of Irish people for the political unity and sovereignty of Ireland as expressed in the last all-Ireland election of 1918.
Although the true nationalist ideal rejects sectarianism and embraces all the people of Ireland whatever their religion, Northern Protestants fear that their civil and religious liberties and their unionist heritage would not survive in a united Ireland in which Roman Catholicism would be the religion of the majority of the population.
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 MSN Encarta - Search Results - 1984 in Ireland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
A new impetus was given to the search for a settlement of the "national question" of Irish unity with the report of the New Ireland Forum on May 2.
The forum's mission had been to seek fresh answers to the thorny question of how to establish a united Ireland through peaceful means.
British society — traditionally stable, peaceable, and open to evolutionary change — was abruptly exposed this year to political violence.
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 Business America: Ireland's dynamic market offers springboard into Western Europe
Ireland is a rapidly growing market for U.S. products, with American exports to Ireland increasing at a faster rate last year than to any other Common Market country.
The main driving force of the recovery are the modern and advanced foreign firms that account for the major portion of Ireland's 6 percent growth in manufactured output as well as the 16 percent boost in exports in 1984.
Ireland's rapidly growing population, with over one-half of the 3.5 million Irish less than 25 years old, has challenged the country's capacity to create enough jobs.
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 Dáil Éireann - Volume 350 - 22 May, 1984 - Written Answers. - Ireland-UK Air Fares.
It is my understanding that the new fare, which has a very limited availability, is being introduced on an experimental basis and that IATA machinery will continue to be used by both airlines in discussing tariff proposals with each other and with other European airlines.
Ireland is a party to an international agreement of 1967 on the procedure for the establishment of tariffs for scheduled air services and I do not propose any departure from those procedures at the present time.
I will, of course, keep the matter under review, taking account of developments both within the EEC and within ECAC, the European Civil Aviation Conference, which is representative of 22 European civil aviation administrations.
www.oireachtas-debates.gov.ie /D/0350/D.0350.198405220044.html   (162 words)

 Dáil Éireann - Volume 349 - 03 April, 1984 - Written Answers. - Northern Ireland Offenders.
Kenny asked the Minister for Justice the numbers of prisoners at present serving sentences in each jail in the Republic who were born in Northern Ireland; and the numbers who are serving sentences for political rather than other offences.
Noonan, Limerick East): The information sought by the Deputy regarding the number of prisoners born in Northern Ireland at present serving sentences could not be compiled without the expenditure of a disproportionate amount of official time.
It is possible however, to say that 64 prisoners at present serving sentences gave addresses in Northern Ireland when committed to prison.
www.oireachtas-debates.gov.ie /D/0349/D.0349.198404030059.html   (174 words)

 History of Ireland 1972 - 1984: The Sunningdale Agreement and the Hunger Strikes
Representatives from Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland and London met at Sunningdale, in Berkshire, England to discuss this.
Additionally, terrorist activity in Northern Ireland was ongoing and, although the police were controlled from London, the Northern Ireland Executive got the blame.
Eventually the Executive agreed to delay the introduction of the Council of Ireland, but the UWC said it was too little too late and continued the strike.
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 1984 in Ireland: Just the facts...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
June 18 - European Parliament (additional info and facts about European Parliament) elections are held in Northern Ireland (A division of the United Kingdom located on the northern part of the island of Ireland) and the Republic of Ireland (additional info and facts about Republic of Ireland).
July 14 - Columban missionary Fr Niall O'Brien, who was imprisoned in the Philippines (A republic on the Philippine Islands; achieved independence from the United States in 1946), is released.
October 12 - The IRA (A militant organization of Irish nationalists who used terrorism and guerilla warfare in an effort to drive British forces from Northern Ireland and achieve a united independent Ireland) kills five people in a bomb attack at the Grand Hotel, Brighton, during the Conservative Party conference.
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 1983 in Ireland - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
See also: 1982 in Ireland, other events of 1983, 1984 in Ireland and the list of 'years in Ireland'.
January 19 - The government confirm that the Gardaí were involved in the bugging of politicians and journalists' telephones.
May 30 - The inaugural meeting of the New Ireland Forum takes place at Dublin Castle.
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 Ireland maps from Omnimap.com, world leader in international map supply.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Ireland maps from Omnimap.com, world leader in international map supply.
This is a fl/white map of Dublin with the postal district borders overlain in red.
Geological Survey of Ireland, in conjunction with Chevron Mineral Corporation of Ireland and Ivernia West plc.
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 CAIN: Chronology of the Conflict 1984
The election to the European Parliament took place in Northern Ireland with the whole region treated as a single constituency under a system of proportional representation.
Security forces in the Republic of Ireland intercepted a trawler, the Marita Ann, off the coast of County Kerry and uncovered seven tons of arms and explosives believed to be on route to the Irish Republican Army (IRA).
The Kilbrandon Report recommended that Northern Ireland should be governed by a five member Executive and that one of the members should be an Irish government minister.
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Ireland v New Zealand at Belfast, 10 Jul 1984
Ireland v New Zealand at Cumber, 8 Jul 1984
Ireland v New Zealand at Dublin, 11 Sep 1937
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 Oxford University Press
A New History of Ireland, from the earliest times to the present, is a harvesting of modern scholarship on its subject.
There are additional chapters on the economy, literature in English and Irish, the Irish language, the visual arts, music, the mass media, education, emigration and immigration, and the position of women from the 1860s to the 1980s.
The period ends with the New Ireland Forum of 1984, which reflected the willingness of the Irish Republic to look in new ways at future relations between all the people of the island, and which was followed by the historic Anglo-Irish agreement of 1985.
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 Gremlins [1984] DVD at Shop Ireland
The Gremlins themselves are incredibly realistic (as is Gizmo), and it's amazing to see that a film made in 1984 can still look this good today.
Even though this film was marketed towards kids upon its release in 1984, it's not really ideal viewing for them.
When it was released in cinemas in America as a "PG", it caused a great deal of controversey, and it's pretty clear why it received a "15" certificate over here.
www.shopireland.ie /dvd/reviews/B00004R84L   (945 words)

 BBC News | NORTHERN IRELAND | Q&A: Abortion in NI
BBC Northern Ireland reporter Julian O'Neill, who was at the High Court hearing, looks at the controversial issues it raises.
The law in Northern Ireland is as it was in Britain before 1967.
When the Act went through Westminster, Northern Ireland had its own parliament and the issue of abortion was left for it to decide.
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 Dune [1984] DVD at Shop Ireland
Dune [1984] starring: David Lynch, Francesca Annis, Kyle MacLachlan, Virginia Madsen
In short this is the one film that would truly benefit from a directors cut (along with Fire Walk with Me!) I have little to add to the review of the film itself that has already been expressed in other reviews, but would say this.
A measure of the success of this 1984 film is that it is clear that Brian Herbert (co-author the 1999 prequel to Dune and son of the late Frank Herbert)seem to have clearly (to me at least) looked carefully at this film to influence his descriptions and visualisation for that novel.
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 The Commissioner for Complaints (Northern Ireland) Order 1996
In Part II of Schedule 1, the amendment to the Commissioner for Complaints Act (Northern Ireland) 1969.
In Schedule 3, the amendment to the Commissioner for Complaints Act (Northern Ireland) 1969.
In Part II of Schedule 5, the amendment to the Commissioner for Complaints Act (Northern Ireland) 1969.
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 Britain sends IRA convicts back to Ireland
DUBLIN, Ireland (AP) -- Britain transferred a former U.S. Marine and six other convicted IRA members to Ireland yesterday in its latest effort to show IRA supporters that their cease-fire delivers results.
Mary McAleese, the first person from Northern Ireland to hold the mostly symbolic post, told an audience of Catholic schoolteachers in York, in northern England, that her visit coincided with "a very special week in the tortuous road to political consensus in Northern Ireland."
Their proposals to create a lawmaking assembly for Northern Ireland, and to have its Catholic and Protestant members cooperate formally with Irish Republic lawmakers in a cross-border council, satisfied Northern Ireland's main pro-British Protestant party but displeased Sinn Fein.
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 Independence for Northern Ireland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The former Unionist Party leader, Jim Molyneaux's much-vaunted Northern Ireland Committee at Westminster, is a recent modification that does not undermine the author's verdict.
Unification with the Republic could be either a simple transfer of territory to the Leinster House regime or some form of central government with two local northern and southern subordinate governments.
The author quotes former NIO Secretary James Prior as stating in 1984 that, ‘it will be a slow haul to something rather better.’ As nobody knows or will state publicly what this ultimate goal is, most folk will form the opinion that it is something they don't want.
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 Statutory Rule 1998 No. 376
Statutory Rules of Northern Ireland printed from this website are printed under the superintendence and authority of the Controller of HMSO being the Government Printer for Northern Ireland.
It should be noted that the right to reproduce the text of Statutory Rules of Northern Ireland does not extend to the Government Printer for Northern Ireland imprints which should be removed from any copies of the Statutory Rule which are issued or made available to the public.
Certain potential providers of personal dental services under that Order are already permitted by the 1984 Act to carry on the business of dentistry, or benefit from an exemption; but the list of potential providers of personal dental services in the 1997 Order is wider than the 1984 Act currently permits.
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 National Technology Park Limerick - Shannon Development
Since its inception in 1984 as Ireland's first science and technology park, the National Technology Park has become home to a growing and influential nucleus of high-technology and knowledge-based companies.
It was the relationship between these two institutions, together with that of IDA Ireland (the National Agency for inward investment promotion), which provided the dynamic for the establishment of the Park.
Almost 2,000 undergraduate placements are made annually among a network of over 1,000 employers (in Ireland and abroad) in one of the largest Co-Operative Education Programmes in Europe.
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 Tooth-Brushing Habits and Dental Fluorosis in the Republic of Ireland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The parents of 8-year-olds in the 2002 survey were asked “At what age did you or your child start brushing your child's teeth?” Parents also indicated the amount of toothpaste used by ticking a diagram depicting different amounts on a brush.
Results: In 1984, the prevalence of fluorosis amongst 8-year-olds at the questionable, very mild, mild or greater levels were 5%, 1% and 0% respectively in fully-fluoridated areas in Republic of Ireland.
Conclusions: · The prevalence of fluorosis increased in the Republic of Ireland between 1984 and 2002.
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 Global Information Infrastructure Commission - Commissioners
Established in January 1984, eircom, Ireland's largest communications company, is the principal provider of fixed line and mobile telecommunications services in Ireland, offering a wide range of advanced voice, data and multimedia services.
The company's consolidated turnover, also known as revenue, was Irish £1,955 for the financial year ended 1 April 2000.
For the financial year ended 1 April 2000, the mobile communications business accounted for Irish £487 million, or 22% or the consolidated turnover.
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 Oxford University Press: New History of Ireland
A New History of Ireland, Volume V: Ireland Under the Union, I: 1801-1870
A New History of Ireland, Volume VI: Ireland under the Union, II: 1870-1921
A New History of Ireland, Volume II: Medieval Ireland 1169-1534, Rev.
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Ireland partitioned into four ``Parts'' - the Parts of the Iverni (or Erainn, a Belgic tribe), the Lagin, Ol Nechnacht (i.e.
Mountjoy besieges Spanish; O'Neill and Red Hugh O'Donnell march length of Ireland and besiege Mountjoy.
Arrival of Cromwell in Ireland to defeat Royalist garrisons
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