President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama arrive to address the crowd in College Green, Dublin, during their visit to Ireland.
By Cathal McNaughton
Queen Elizabeth steps out into Ireland's Croke Park stadium, scene of a massacre by British troops.
By Jonathan Porter
John McArevey kisses the coffin of his wife, of one week, Michaela who was murdered on their honeymoon in Mauritius
By Niall Carson
The coffin of PSNI officer Ronan Kerr makes it's way through the town of Beragh for burial after he was killed in a car bomb.
By Declan Doherty
Due to the Irish property crash, the buyer of the house on the left got the one on the right free.
By SMITHFIELD HORSE FAIR SHOOTING SCENE
People and horses flee as shots ring out during the largest Smithfield Horse Fair of the year in Dublin.
By Peter Morrison
A loyalist rioter throws a petrol bomb towards the Nationalist Short Strand area of East Belfast during rioting.
By Paul Nicholls
Sinead came out wearing a Towel. This was Just after she announced her marrige split of 4th husband Barry Herridge after 16 day of marrige .
By Naoise Culhane
The Queen and the President united at the Garden of Remembrance
Michaela McAreavey's father Mickey Harte and widower John follow her coffin as it is carried to St Malachy's church in Ballygawley, Co Tyrone
By Michael Chester
Six people who died after a small commuter plane, a Manx2 Avia flight with 10 passengers crashed at Cork Airport
By Valerie O’Sullivan
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, enjoying meeting Fish Monger,Pat O'Connell, at The English Market in Cork, on her historical state visit to Ireland.
By Kyran O’Brien
One of the First Photos of Irelands longest serving Prisoner Malcom Mac Arthur making his way back to Shelton Abbey Prison On Day Release.
By Keith Arkins
President Barack Obama lifts a pint of Guinness in Hayes Pub during a visit to his ancestral home of MoneyGall in Ireland.
Former Billionaire Sean Quinn's chair in his office at the Quinn Group headquarters in Derrylin Co. Fermanagh.
By Julien Behal
Senator David Norris outside his home in Dublin after he announced that he pulled out of the Presidential race
By Garry O’Neill
A tear falls onto the glove of a mourner at the funeral of off duty Garda Ciaran Jones who died when swept into the Liffey
By Eric Luke
President Barack Obama, with the First Lady Michelle Obama, and Taoiseach Enda Kenny with Fionnuala Kenny, at College Green, Dublin
By Eamonn Farrell
The most infamous sign in Irish history, Anglo Irish Bank, is removed from its former HQ in Dublin and taken away by CEO, Mike Aynsley.
By Damien Eagers
Queen Elizabeth II, and provost of Trinity College, Dr John Hegarty, view documents in Trinity's Long Hall .
By Brian Lawless
Thousands of mourners filed past the remains of former Taoiseach Garret Fitzgerald as he lay in state in the Oak Room of the Mansion House, Dublin.
By Brenda Fitzsimons
President Barack Obama speaking at College Green to over 60,000 people during his one day visit to Ireland.