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'Considerable sum' stolen from Park Avenue Hotel
'Corruption of Our Lady's message': Aer Lingus Flight hijacked by Lawrence Downing, 1981
Cúpla Focal (Bookstore)
C. diff outbreak in SE Trust area
CCTV for Belfast's Holylands in wake of disturbances, December 28th
CIA 'backed' Irish battle against Lisbon Treaty, Sept 28th
CIE Tours
CIE in the 1960s
CIRA threat to community workers,  Nov 26th
CPSU to ballot members on pension levy, Feb 9th
CPSU votes in support of strike action
CSO figures reveal Limerick worst place for life expectancy
CSO figures reveal country in grip of 'robbery epidemic'
CSO figures show 2007 baby boom
CSO figures show significant increase in number of people with no religion
CSO publishes 2009 figures on births, deaths and marriages
CSO report says 75% of burglaries are not detected by gardaí
Cabinet at war over demands by Greens
Cabinet got no say on guarantee: Willie O'Dea
Cabinet split on cards over lower drink driving limit, October 21st
Cabra Castle
Calafoirt an Chonartha
Call centre firm HCL BPO to cut 255 jobs in Belfast and Armagh
Call centre firm creates 500 jobs, Feb 26th
Call for Bloody Friday attackers to 'come clean' ahead of anniversary
Call for Libya to compensate IRA victims, August 25th
Call for changes to top bank personnel, Dec 24th
Call for taxi attackers to stop, May 5th
Call to plug gap in child protection service, March 9th
Call to put time limit on Troubles crime inquiries, Jan 18th
Callely arrested over mobile phone receipts
Callely faces two inquires into expenses
Callely seeks High Court action against Seanad's Select Committee
Callely statement fails to impress Cowen
Calls for [Minister for Health Mary] Harney to guarantee services
Calls for ban on cluster bombs, May 18th
Calls for urgent talks in Belfast communities
Cameron pledges to fight dissident republican violence
Campaigners at abortion rallies, Oct 18th
Campaigners deny placing bomb outside Shell HQ at Dublin, Sept 16th
Can Cowen save us from Bertienomics? April 10th
Cancer vaccine programme to go ahead
Candlelit vigil held for Joby Murphy at River Lagan
Cannabis cultivation now a 'multi-million euro industry' in Ireland
Cannabis factories found in Meath, Dublin
Cannabis factory discovered in Dublin
Cannabis plants seized by gardai after Longford raid
Cannabis worth £600,000 seized in Carrickfergus
Caoimhín Ó hUiginn
Captain Boycott
Captain Richard Tyrell
Car bomb explodes at Newry courthouse
Car bomb explodes near Londonderry police station
Car bomb hits army base in West Germany, 1987
Car bomb in London injures seven, August 2001
Car bomb kills Airey Neave, March 1979
Car crashes into busy restaurant, June 14th
Car dealer is 'shocked by arrest' [after customs raids], July 8th
Car of Northern Ireland police officer's father targetted in arson attack
Car park blaze victims fight for lives, August 18th
Car seizures soar as drivers fail to pay for tax, insurance or NCT
Car set on fire in town trouble, April 5th
Caral Ni Chuilin says Sinn Fein not consulted on Jubilee party
Caral Ni Chuilin's advisor Mary McArdle 'to leave post'
Caral Ni Chuilin]
Carbon monoxide suspected as two teenagers found dead
Cardinal Brady 'regrets' Vatican embassy closure Minister approves plans to abolish Junior Cert
Cardinal Brady taken to hospital
Cardinal Daly seriously ill with heart problems, December 29th
Cardinal Daly's body lies in state in Belfast
Cardinal Seán Brady apologises to abuse victim Brendan Boland
Cardinal Seán Brady says he will not resign over failure to pass on Brendan Smyth abuse claims
Cardinal Sean Brady: McGuinness and Gilmore critical
Cardinal [Sean Brady] says sorry over paedophile priest
Cardinal slams gay 'weddings', August 23rd
Cardy family 'do not hate' child killer Robert Black
Carjackers target two more drivers in Belfast [bringing total to nine in eleven days]
Carjacking releases 'wrong message' say Sinn Fein
Carlingford Abbey
Carlow Tourism
Carlow in 1980
Carlow man sentenced for brothel network
Carlow times gone by
Carmelites in Pre-Reformation Ireland
Carnsore: why Ireland never got nuclear power
Carrick-on-Shannon Workhouse and the Famine
Carrickfergus castle
Carrickmore GAA club investigate Simon Brady 'knockout'
Cars destroyed in suspected arson at Priory in Benburb
Carson and the Ulster Unionists
Carson's UVF Dedication
Case against carer [who ill-treated pensioner] dropped at Lisburn court
Case that broke new legal ground - BBC
Cash crisis hits NI families with ill children
Cash stolen during city bank raid, July 18th
Cash, drugs seized in Dublin crime raids, Jan 29th
Casino, Dublin
Castle Durrow
Castlerea Prison investigating the disappearance of two prisoners
Castlereagh council gets Kirk McCambley contract report
Casualties at Scullabogue
Casualties in 1974
Casualties in the Easter Rising
Cathal Brugha
Cathedral taks ex-judge to court on choir job discord
Catherine Gowing: More remains found in hunt for vet
Catholic Association
Catholic Church at 'breaking point' over abuse
Catholic Church faces new crisis - Ireland is running out of priests
Catholic Church reacts to Robinson remarks on education
Catholic Customs in the 19th Century
Catholic Emancipation
Catholic Emancipation
Catholic Emancipation
Catholic Emancipation
Catholic Emancipation
Catholic Emancipation
Catholic Emancipation
Catholic Emancipation (Wikipedia)
Catholic Emancipation, 1823 - 29: from 'A Concise History of Ireland' by P.W. Joyce
Catholic Relief Act 1829 (Wikipedia)
Catholic Rent
Catholic Rent, 1829
Catholic chef awarded £22,500 over alleged harassment, Oct 29th
Catholic church takes back Belfast land with unmarked baby graves, December 10th
Catholic emancipation
Catholic order pays out for abuse, November 25th
Catholic teenager beaten by Loyalist gang in Coleraine, July 8th
Catholic youth worker [Kevin McDaid] murdered in Northern Ireland, May 25th
Catholics 'intimidated' at school, September 22nd
Catholics still joining Northern Ireland police force despite attacks, says minister, March 31st
Catholics to battle each other in historic Belfast election, December 20th
Cattle starved to death on Northern Ireland farm
Cavan,  August 1825
Cavan, April 1825
Cavan, April 1848
Cavan, August 1824
Cavan, August 1849
Cavan, Dec 1848
Cavan, December 1849
Cavan, Feb 1849
Cavan, Jan 1849
Cavan, January 1848
Cavan, July 1825
Cavan, July 1849
Cavan, June 1825
Cavan, June 1848
Cavan, June 1849
Cavan, March 1825
Cavan, March 1849
Cavan, May 1825
Cavan, May 1849
Cavan, Nov 1848
Cavan, November 1824
Cavan, November 1849
Cavan, October 1824
Cavan, October 1848
Cavan, October 1849
Cavan, Sept 1848
Cavan, Sept 1849
Cavan, September 1824
Cave Hill fall teenager critical, August 30th
Cearbhall Ó Dálaigh
Cearbhall Ó Dálaigh, President