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Architect William Barre won the competition to design the Albert Clock.
Language and placenames on the island since 3 AD
Jacinta Owens revisits her home town
'I for one loved how it shaped our summer...'
Derry’s walls have been described as ‘either a noose or a necklace’
A visit that includes Devenish, White and Boa islands
Belfast’s most famous shipbuilders
The First Sight of British Soldiers on N.Ireland’s Streets
Find out about the first woman to fly the Atlantic solo
A trip to 'a little bit of heaven on earth...'
City Hall marks the high point in Belfast’s industrial prosperity
The concert hall and conference centre is a landmark of riverside urban redevelopment
Brother and sister heavily involved in the United Irishmen
East Belfast winner of the Victoria Cross.
Newry born architect of some of Belfast’s most distinctive buildings.
The renowned and gifted architect designed and built many of Belfast’s landmarks.
Exceptional Ulster architect, Lanyon’s apprentice, partner and successor.
A period of great change in the city
An introduction to the era of 'gracious' shopping
Built between 1928 and 1930, this is the first modern building in Ulster.
James Scott’s 1935 creation is an early example of modern architectural influences.
Personal accounts and interesting facts about the Maiden City during wartime
The founder of shipbuilding in Belfast.
Belfast socialist, feminist and republican.
Write about your favourite places and spaces and see your work published online
Co-founder of Belfast shipbuilders Harland and Wolff
Hamburg-born co-founder of Belfast’s famous shipbuilders
The historic heart of concert going Belfast.
Stewart’s Supermarkets provided employment for thousands of people over many decades.
Profile of the adventurer, traveller and journalist
An overview of books about Rathlin (Part 1 - History)
An overview of books about Rathlin (Part 2 - Folklore and Legend)
An overview of Rathlin books (Part 3 - Shipwrecks, studies, natural history and place names)
An area of regal importance for Ulster before the sixteenth century
The story of the Taylor Woods nylon factory in Enniskillen
New and surprising discoveries concerning the history of Strangford Lough
The onset of the Troubles
A dramatic introduction to the history of the Celts...
Robert Murphy and his son were the first family victims of the Titanic.
Donaghadee pub with its own resident ghost
The last White Star Line vessel still afloat
The extraordinary story of an Italian immigrant family
A cultural history of shipbuilding in Belfast
Early human settlement, dolmens and Navan fort
The lough has a huge variety of subtidal and intertidal habitats.
Townlands and Legends
One of the finest examples of an ancient high cross in Ireland
Built in the early 1880s, the Mill was one of Ulster's last working watermills
Lorraine O'Hare visits Creggan Graveyard
Crowds flock to Annavore after visions of Mary
Islander Gusty McCurdy explains why Rathlin is 'a place apart'
John McCurdy tracks down emigrants from Rathlin