RM2JYXM52–File photo dated 22/7/2001 of Queen Elizabeth II and the Queen Mother greeting well-wishers as they leave church at Sandringham in an open-topped horse-drawn carriage. The Queen's relationship with her mother helped fashion the monarchy, and while devastated by her death, friends acknowledged that in the years that followed the Queen 'came into her own'. Issue date: Thursday September 8, 2022.
RM2JKPY6H–File photo dated 27/04/15 of Mountjoy Prison in Dublin. An inmate who was attacked at the prison last week has died. The Irish Prison Service said the man was seriously injured in an incident at the jail on Friday. The prisoner, in his 30s, died in hospital in the early hours of Wednesday morning. Issue date: Wednesday August 3, 2022.
RM2JJE8A9–File photo dated 1/3/2003 of Ulster Unionist party leader David Trimble during the annual general meeting in Belfast. The Former Northern Ireland first minister has died, the Ulster Unionist Party has announced. Issue date: Monday July 25, 2022.
RM2JJE8AD–File photo dated 6/5/2005 of Ulster Unionist leader David Trimble arrives at Banbridge polling station where he lost his seat. The Former Northern Ireland first minister has died, the Ulster Unionist Party has announced. Issue date: Monday July 25, 2022.
RM2JFRKAG–File photo dated 26/10/00 of actress Mona Hammond at a special gala screening of Martin Scorsese's 'Raging Bull' at the ABC Shaftesbury Avenue. Mona Hammond has been hailed as a pioneer and trailblazer following her death at 91. The Jamaican-British actress, best known for playing Blossom Jackson in BBC soap EastEnders and Auntie Susu in sitcom Desmond's, was a star of stage and screen for decades. Issue date: Thursday October 26, 2000.
RM2HM01MG–File photo dated 05/09/2001 of Michael Stone departing from Nottingham Crown Court. Milly Dowler’s killer Levi Bellfield has admitted to the murders of Lin Russell and her daughter Megan, a lawyer has said. Issue date: Sunday February 6, 2022.
RM2HGG8AH–File photo dated 02/12/02 of Meat Loaf live on stage during his concert at Point Depot in Dublin. US singer Meat Loaf, whose hits included Bat Out of Hell, has died aged 74, a statement on his official Facebook page said. Issue date: Friday January 21, 2022.
RM2HGG71J–File photo dated 02/12/02 of Meat Loaf live on stage during his concert at Point Depot in Dublin. US singer Meat Loaf, whose hits included Bat Out of Hell, has died aged 74, a statement on his official Facebook page said. Issue date: Friday January 21, 2022.
RM2HCG825–File photo dated 06/02/03 of the former Northern Ireland Secretary, Paul Murphy, talking to reporters outside the Old Library at Trinity College, Dublin. Sinn Fein raised security concerns with the Government about housing Northern Ireland's new Assembly at Stormont, according to newly released documents from the National Archives. Issue date: Wednesday December 29, 2021.
RM2H1CYC0–File photo dated 26/06/04 of (left to right) US Secretary of State, Colin Powell, US Ambassador for Ireland, James Kenny, US President George Bush, An Taoiseach, Bertie Ahern, An Tanaiste Mary Harney, Irish Minister for Foreign Affairs, Brian Cowen at the US-EU Bi-lateral meeting at Dromoland Castle, County Clare, Ireland. Colin Powell, the former US Joint Chiefs chairman and US secretary of state, has died from Covid-19 complications, his family has said
RM2FM2FYE–File photo dated 19/06/2003 of Bernadette Sands McKevitt, sister of hunger striker, Bobby Sands, with her mother Rosaleen Sands. The death of IRA prisoner Bobby Sands 40 years ago this week, followed by nine other republicans during a hunger strike at the Maze Prison in Co Antrim, sparked significant civil unrest across Northern Ireland. Issue date: Wednesday May 5, 2021.
RM2FM2FYG–File photo dated 19/06/2003 of Bernadette Sands McKevitt, sister of hunger striker, Bobby Sands. The death of IRA prisoner Bobby Sands 40 years ago this week, followed by nine other republicans during a hunger strike at the Maze Prison in Co Antrim, sparked significant civil unrest across Northern Ireland. Issue date: Wednesday May 5, 2021.
RM2FKN308–File photo dated 10/2/2003 of a painting of the Northern Ireland Assembly in session by Belfast artist, Mr Noel Murphy which was was unveiled in Parliament buildings by the House Speaker Lord Alderdice. The day that many consider to be the date the state of Northern Ireland was created will be quietly marked on Monday. Issue date: Monday May 3, 2021.
RM2D33RET–Neil Back holds the ball up for Leicester Tigers in the first half of their match against Sale Sharks at Leicester's ground, as Alex Sanderson tackles.
RM2D34CHG–Denmark's Thomas Bjorn plays his approach shot to the tenth green.
RM2D32DWE–First Minister for the Northern Assembly David Trimble faces the media at St. Angela's Secondary School for Girls. Mr Trimble will later receive an award from the school's Peace and Justice Forum for services to the cause of peace.
RM2D33JBG–Ireland player, Roy Keane (left) and Romania's Soava Costin contest possession, during their International friendly at Lansdowne Road, Dublin.
RM2D34DNX–Cork City's John O'Flynn is sandwiched between Djurgarden's goalkeeper Pa Dembo Tourray and Markus Johannesso during the UEFA Cup second qualifying round second leg match at Turners Cross, Cork, Ireland, Thursday August 25, 2005. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Photo credit should read: Haydn West/PA.
RM2D33YEB–Republic of Ireland striker, Robbie Keane (and) and captain Kenny Cunningham (right) after training with the Irish squad in Moscow in preparation for Irelands' Euro 2004 International qualifier game against Russia on Saturday.
RM2D32P2D–One of the ballot papers after being removed from its envelope for the Labour leadership election in Dublin, Republic of Ireland. * The four candidates hoping to take over from departing leader Ruairi Quinn, are Pat Rabbitte, Brendan Howlin, Eamon Gilmore and Roisin Shortall.
RM2D34DHH–Republic of Ireland's Kevin Kilbane (L) and Italy's Alessandro Nesta jump for the ball.
RM2D32BJM–Two Algerian men, arrested under the Prevention of Terrorism Act 2000 in Leicester last week, leave Leicester Crown Court, by van. Brahim Rahman Benmerzouga 30, and Baghdad Meziane 36, were arrested at Prospect Hill and Rolleston Road respectively.
RM2D34CX4–One of the five Mayo men jailed for contempt of court earlier this month, after obstructing the construction of a Shell gas pipeline, pauses to shake the hand of a well wisher, before being taken back to jail, after a mention in the Central Criminal Court.
RM2D343F5–Scotland's Colin Montgomerie misses his chip for an eagle on the sixth green in the Smurfit European Open, at the K Club, Co Kildare, Ireland.
RM2D32GWM–Competitors in the Tesco Ireland Mini-Marathon, at the start of the 6.2 mile race around the streets of Dublin. The race attracted approximately 40,000 competitors, many of which were raising money for charity in fancy dress.
RM2D32J8K–Police under barrage from young Catholic protesters during riots on the Springfield Road, west Belfast. Police suffered a barrage of petrol bombs, fireworks, and bricks after officers fired a plastic baton rounds at protesters attacking an Orange Order parade in a Nationalist area. * The trouble began when Catholic protesters saw Orangemen walking up a contested part of the Springfield Road.
RM2D334RA–Ireland's Clinton Morrison (left) scores Ireland's second goal against Australia, during the second half of the Ireland v Australia International friendly at Lansdowne Road, Dublin, Ireland, Tuesday 19th August, 2003. THIS PICTURE CAN ONLY BE USED WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF AN EDITORIAL FEATURE. NO WEBSITE/INTERNET USE UNLESS SITE IS REGISTERED WITH FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION PREMIER LEAGUE.
RM2D32CNP–The Irish Republic Taoiseach Bertie Ahern drinks from a mug of tea served to him by Margaret Fallon in her new home in the Ballymun area of North Dublin. * ...Mr Ahern was visiting Ballymun to celebrate with the first 20 residents moving into new houses built in the area as part of a 2.5 billion European regeneration boost.
RM2D342HP–Leinster's Victor Costello, scores Leinster's second try in the second-half of the Heineken Cup Quarter Final, at Landsdowne Road, Dublin. Final score: 18-13 to Leinster.
RM2D32E7K–Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams MP speaking at a commemoration rally to mark the 86th anniversary of the 1916 Easter Rising against British rule in Ireland, at the Republican Memorial at Glasnevin Cemetery in Dublin.
RM2D31P2X–Nottingham Crown Court, where Judge John Hopkin was attacked by a man he had just had just sentenced to three years for robbery.
RM2D32PA5–Irish country singer Daniel O'Donnell and his bride, Majella McLennan, leave St Mary's Church by car after they married, in Kincasslagh, Co. Donegal. Some 550 guests, including friends, family and neighbours, attended the traditional wedding. * ... at the church on the water's edge in west Ireland.
RM2D31R65–Tony Ashley, the brother of James Ashley, is questioned by the media outside Wolverhampton Crown Court. *Three senior Sussex Police officers were cleared of misconduct charges brought after James Ashley was shot dead during a police operation at his flat in Western Road, St Leonards, East Sussex, in January 1998. Mrs Justice Rafferty directed that the three officers be found not guilty of misconduct in public office after a three-year probe into the death of Mr Ashley, 39.
RM2D3364F–'Yellow Room' by Irish Artist, Ruth Shaw, 22, a mixed media and spy hole piece, which is part of 'Superbia', an exhibition housed in a condemned building in Ballymun, North Dublin.
RM2D325EH–Tory Leadership candidate Kenneth Clarke observes a horse-shoe check at the Moorgreen County Fair in Nottinghamshire with farrier Caroline Woodward.
RM2D325EF–Tory Leadership candidate Kenneth Clarke at the Moorgreen County Fair in Nottinghamshire with members of the South Nottinghamshire hunt.
RM2D33D8D–Brazils' Gilberto Silva in pain before being stretchered off during Ireland's v Brazil international friendly match at Lansdowne Road, Dublin. THIS PICTURE CAN ONLY BE USED WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF AN EDITORIAL FEATURE. NO WEBSITE/INTERNET USE UNLESS SITE IS REGISTERED WITH FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION PREMIER LEAGUE.
RM2D3354W–Blathnaid Nuallain, representing the Fodhla - the Irish speaking areas of Ireland - plays the flute in the televised final of the 2003 Rose of Tralee International Festival, a personality contest for young women of Irish heritage, in Tralee, Co Kerry. * As well as becoming an ambassador for the festival and for Ireland, the winning Rose will receive a selection of gifts and prizes including 5,000 euros in cash.
RM2D33AJF–Leinsters' Brian O'Driscoll runs the ball at Biarritzs' Guillaume Bousses, during their Heineken Cup Pool Three match at Lansdowne Road, Dublin. Final score: 32-6 to Leinster.
RM2D32W5X–Sinn Fein President (centre) with former Sinn Fein Education Minister, Martin McGuiness (right) at Hillsborough Castle, where they met to discuss the future of the peace process in Northern Ireland. * British Prime Minister, Tony Blair, Irish Prime Minister Bertie Ahern, Northern Ireland Secretary Paul Murphy and Irish Foreign Affairs Minister, Brian Cowen were also at the talks in a new bid to break the deadlock in Northern Ireland's peace process. Police chiefs have tightened security for the meeting amid new threats from dissident republican terrorists who exploded a bomb in Enniskillen
RM2D33YM5–American golfer, Tiger Woods shares a joke with colleagues during his practice round at Mount Juliet Golf Course, Co Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland in preparation for the 2002 American Express Championship.
RM2D33DTW–A placard mounted on the wall of Eglish, Co Tyrone, GAA club, Northern Ireland, wishing the Gaelic football team's former member, Cormac McAnallen, luck in the All Ireland finals. Ireland was in mourning, after the death of the Tyrone GAA star at the age of just 24.
RM2D33CA0–Irish Minister for Foreign Affairs, Brian Cowen (front left) with British Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, Paul Murphy, before posing for photographs, during a break from Irish and British talks on the peace process in Northern Ireland, at Farmleigh House, Dublin, Republic of Ireland.
RM2D32D7R–A mother and her child walk into a polling station in Drumcondra, North Dublin for the referendum on abortion. The current law outlaws abortion unless a woman's health is in grave danger from continuing with the pregancy. * A 'Yes' vote would back a proposal guaranteeing the ban on abortion, except in cases where the life of a mother is considered to be at risk, but rules out the threat of suicide as a reason for termination. A 'No' vote would mean that the constitution would not change, and that the original Supreme Court ruling to allow abortions in such exceptional circumstances would sta
RM2D3360X–The plaque unveiled by the Lord Mayor of Dublin, Royston Brady and Council Member of Europa Nostra, Mrs Consuelo O'Connor, at the Ha'penny Bridge in the Irish capital, to commemorate the bridge's Europa Nostra Award, won for the recent restoration work carried out on the structure. The Ha'penny Bridge (offically Wellington Bridge after the 'Iron Duke') was opened in 1816 and was the only pedestrian bridge on the Liffey until the new Millennium bridge further up was opened in 2000. Cast at Coalbrookdale in Shropshire in England, the bridge acquired its unofficial title from the toll paid to cro
RM2D32H5G–Media from around the world wait, in the rain ouitside Castle Leslie, Glaslough, in County Monaghan, Rep. of Ireland, where former Beatle Paul McCartney is marrying Heather Mills.
RM2D343HM–Frankie Dettori winning the Irish Oaks riding Vintage Tipple, trained by Paddy Mullins, at the Curragh racecourse in Ireland.
RM2D31NKN–Scenes in Oldham, as police prepared for possible disturbances. Hundreds of uniformed officers congregated in the car park of Oldham Civic Centre, Greater Manchester, amid threats of a National Front protest.
RM2D32KWK–Manchester United manager, Sir Alex Ferguson, arrives at the Burlington Hotel in Dublin, Republic of Ireland, where he attended a 'sporting lunch' with the Dublin Chamber of Commerce, which brought together over 800 of the cities' business people.
RM2D333TT–Dublin Bohemians player, Robbie Doyle (L) chases the ball with Rosenborg BK player, Fredrik Wisnes, in tonight's UEFA Champions League Qualifier at the Bohemians Dalymount Park, in Dublin, Republic of Ireland.
RM2D34CW3–Sinn Fein TD Martin Ferris showing his support for the five Mayo men jailed for contempt of an injunction earlier this month, after obstructing the construction of a Shell gas pipeline.
RM2D31TBA–A formidable police presence outside Oldham Civic Centre, near Manchester, in anticipation of a further night of disruption.
RM2D34DWE–Republic of Ireland manager Brian Kerr watches his team during a training session at Malahide FC soccer ground, Dublin, Friday September 2, 2005. Republic of Ireland are to face France in their World Cup qualifier on Wednesday. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Photo credit should read: Haydn West/PA. THIS PICTURE CAN ONLY BE USED WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF AN EDITORIAL FEATURE. NO WEBSITE/INTERNET USE UNLESS SITE IS REGISTERED WITH FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION PREMIER LEAGUE.
RM2D31NGN–One of the hundreds of uniformed officers congregating in the car park of Oldham Civic Centre, Greater Manchester, amid threats of National Front protest. Home Secretary Jack Straw agreed a ban on all political marches through the town following fears of violence.
RM2D33GTA–Ireland's Liam Miller controls the ball between Poland's Maciej Zurawski (right) and Kamil Kosowski at Stadion Zawiszky, Bydgoszcz, Poland, in the second-half of the Poland v Ireland international friendly. Final score: 0-0.
RM2D32TTK–The Irish Minister for Health and Children, Micheal Martin, at the launch of a report by independent scientists in Dublin, which calls for the introduction of legislation to protect workers from the effects of passive smoking. *The officially-commissioned report on the health effects of passive smoking looked likely to lead to an extensive prohibition on tobacco in work areas within months. Bars, hotels and restaurants are to be caught up in the wide-ranging government action. The review of passive smoking consequences was being issued at the request of the government's Health and Safety Aut
RM2D33TXJ–Heavy rain before Ireland's Match against the USA at Lansdowne Road, Dublin, Ireland.
RM2D33YMG–Left to right: Scotland's Colin Montgomerie, Ireland's Padraig Harrington and Scotland's Paul Lawrie during their practice round at Mount Juliet Golf Course, Co Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland in preparation for the 2002 American Express Championship.
RM2D32GN7–Sile De Valera .D, Minister of Arts and Heritage, Gaeltacht and the Islands (left) and Brendan O Donghue, Director of the National Library of Ireland at the acquisition by the National Library of Ireland of a new collection of James Joyce original manuscripts, including previously unknown notebooks and workbooks. * The materials aquired at a cost of 8 million sterling ( 12.6 million Euros)were the property of Mr and Mrs Alexis Leon. Mr Leon's parents, the late Paul and Lucie Leon, were close friends of Joyce from 1928 onwards.
RM2D330JT–R & B star Craig David, in concert at Dublin Castle, Republic of Ireland.
RM2D327ND–Brazil's Gil De Ferran (left) eventual winner of the Cart fedEx Championship Race at Rockingham Motor Speedway, Corby, Northamptonshire.
RM2D33GA8–Republic of Ireland manager Brian Kerr holding the team sheet during a press conference at a hotel in Dublin, Ireland. Roy Keane is back in the Republic of Ireland squad for the first time since his World Cup walk-out two years ago. The Manchester United skipper is named in the squad for next Wednesday's friendly in Poland.
RM2D342DC–Damien Duff, Blackburn Rovers, (L) and Matt Holland, Ipswich, during training with the Ireland team, at the Lokomotiv Stadium, Tbilisi, Georgia, where their side will play a Euro 2004 qualifier against Georgia. THIS PICTURE CAN ONLY BE USED WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF AN EDITORIAL FEATURE. NO WEBSITE/INTERNET USE UNLESS SITE IS REGISTERED WITH FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION PREMIER LEAGUE.
RM2D32HDD–Veteran Ireland player Niall Quinn surveys over 100,000 Irish fans that turned out to greet the Irish team this evening at Phoenix Park, Dublin, Republic of Ireland, on their return from the World Cup following their defeat two days ago by Spain on penalties. 11/08/03 : Niall Quinn is to receive an honorary MBE. The award is being made by the Queen in recognition of Quinn's 'outstanding services to international football and his contributions to United Kingdom charities'. The British Ambassador to Ireland, Stewart Eldon, will present the award in Dublin on Wednesday.
RM2D32CHE–John McColgan (left), Director of Abhann Productions, Riverdance Scholarship winners Conrad Kemp (second left) from Johannesburg and Rose Roberts from Dublin and Joe Dowling, (right) Chairman of The Gaiety School of Acting at the Gaiety School of acting. * in Dublin after the award was announced. The scholarship is presented each year to a first year student following an interview by a panel of judges. The award covers tuition fees for one year. This year the award was split between the two winners who were descibed as 'first rate students'. The school was founded in 1986 by Joe Dowling and
RM2D32XC5–Mourners at the Sacred Heart Church, Crossmaglen, South Armagh, Northern Ireland, attending the funeral of nationalist volunteer, Keith Rogers, who was shot dead in South Armagh earlier in the year.
RM2D33BG0–The coffin of Archbishop Michael Courtney, who was shot dead by anti-government rebels whilst carrying out Vatican business in Burundi, is carried, from Dublin airport chapel by the Second Brigade of the Irish Military Police, after a short service attended by family, An Taioseach Bertie Ahern and Cardinal Desmond Connell (left). The priest's car was sprayed with bullets in an attack blamed on rebel National Liberation Forces who have refused to support the peace process aimed at ending Burundi's civil war.
RM2D33GTF–Ireland captain, Kenny Cunnigham, shakes hands with Jonathan Douglas, at Stadion Zawiszky, Bydgoszcz, Poland, during their international friendly.
RM2D33X60–Reigning Irish Open Champion, Colin Montgomerie watches his drive on the thirteen tee during his second round match in the Murphy's Irish Open at Fota Island Golf Course, Co. Cork, Republic of Ireland.
RM2D34CJ5–England's Graeme Storm plays his approach shot to the seventh hole during the final round.
RM2D33C9P–Irish Minister for Foreign Affairs, Brian Cowen (R) listens to Spanish Foreign Minister, Ana Palacio, at a press conference at Iveagh House, Dublin, Republic of Ireland. Ms Palacio was in Dublin to discuss EU Presidency issues with Mr Cowen.
RM2D3233E–Holidaymakers sunbathe at Ingoldmells Point, near Skegness, Lincolnshire, by the sewage outlet where Rolls Royce worker, David Walsh died trying to save two boys who fell in the water whilst crab fishing.
RM2D344K8–Lille OSC goal-keeper can only watch as Shelbourne FC substitute Glen Fitzpatrick heads the first of his two goals in during the UEFA Cup First Round, First Leg tie at Lansdowne Road, Dublin. Final score 2:2. EDITORIAL USE ONLY.
RM2D31RAF–Three men take advantage of the recent warm weather at Rutland water.
RM2D33C26–Pedestrians carrying umbrellas crossing the Wellington Quay footbridge over the River Liffey, in Dublin, Ireland, during one of many heavy showers. The famous Ha'penny Bridge can be seen in the background.
RM2D3433H–Republic of Ireland's Robbie Keane celebrates after scoring the opening goal against Albania, in the Euro 2004 qualifier match at Lansdowne Road, Ireland. Ireland defeated Albania 2-1.
RM2D31RW8–A police vehicle drives through flames in Oldham in the early hours as gangs of youths hurled petrol bombs at officers and erected burning barricades during a second night of disturbances in the town. * Sporadic fighting across the town escalated in the early hours as officers in full riot gear battled to retain control, but police stressed that the violence overnight was not on a par with Saturday night's seven-hour barrage of petrol bombs and bricks. During last night's disturbances, the offices of the Oldham Evening Chronicle in Union Street in the town centre were firebombed.
RM2D33NGD–Munir (front) ridden by Darryll Holland wins the Victor Chandler Challenge Stakes at Newmarket races.
RM2D32T67–Actor, Daniel Day-Lewis, who plays the supporting lead, arriving at the Irish premiere of director, Martin Scorcese's, Gangs of New York, this evening, at the Savoy Cinema on O'Connell Street, Dublin.
RM2D34DH5–Alison Daly (facing), celebrates her three A's two C's a B and a D in the leaving certificate with her friend Claire Kenny outside Blackrock School.
RM2D33M5B–Chairperson of the Courts Service Board, Susan Denham, at a press conference at Phoenix House, Dublin, where she announced the Courts Service annual report, Dublin, Ireland.
RM2D33953–A roofer repairs damage to the house next door to the house where an explosion occured believed to be caused by a gas leak in Glendoher Close, Rathfarnham, Dublin, Ireland. A man and his three children are in a critical condtion in hospital following the explosion at their home. A spokesman for Tallaght Hospital said the four suffered burns and broken bones while the mother was uninjured in the explosion.
RM2D323CR–THIS PICTURE CAN ONLY BE USED WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF AN EDITORIAL FEATURE. NO WEBSITE/INTERNET USE UNLESS SITE IS REGISTERED WITH FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION PREMIER LEAGUE. West Ham United's new signing David James concedes a goal during the pre-season friendly game against Notts County at the County Ground, Nottingham.
RM2D325EN–Tory Leadership candidate Kenneth Clarke pats a horse at the Moorgreen County Fair in Nottinghamshire.
RM2D32C11–An X-ray of the gut of Margaret Westwood's springer spaniel Belle before vet, Antonio Fratello of the Lye Surgery, West Midlands, removed four hundred and twenty seven stones, showing as the large white area and a smaller one to the right, from the dogs stomach. * ... on December 18, 2001. The dog vomited another two hundred stones on Ms Westwood's drive in nearby Halesowen where she lives.
RM2D32H33–A security guard screens visitors to the 17th century Castle Leslie in County Monaghan, Rep. of Ireland, where former Beatle Paul McCartney is rumoured to be marrying Heather Mills. But Sir Paul has kept the media guessing, refusing to name the place and date. * ... Some reports have suggested that the wedding could take place next week, other columnists believe the event could be held in America.
RM2D325R9–The Thrust SCC, a new exhibit for Coventry's Transport Museum, being transported to the museum amidst spectators. The car was purchased for the nation with the help of the National Hertitage Lottery Fund. * Thrust SCC broke the Supersonic World Landspeed Record, 15th October 1997 acheiving a phenomenal speed of 763.035mph.
RM2D33W18–Colin Montgomerie, captain of the Great Britain and Ireland team, after winning the Seve Trophy against Continental Europe at Druids Glen in Co. Wicklow, Ireland.
RM2D34CJB–England footballer Michael Owen (L) and Ireland's Padraig Harrington measure a putt on the eighth green.
RM2D34B8P–Wale's Stephen Dodd plays his approach shot on the fourteenth fairway
RM2D3467P–The Irish Ferries, Dublin to Holyhead car ferry 'Ulysses', while docked in Terminal 1 of Dublin Port. Irish Ferries sailings to the United Kingdom were cancelled today after workers went on a day-long strike. SIPTU members said they were provoked into taking action over plans to outsource around 150 jobs on the route to Cherbourg in France. Union chiefs claimed as many as 300 workers could face redundancy.
RM2D32H2N–Taioseach Bertie Ahern, (right of centre, front, beside two female T.D.s) leader of Fianna Fail at a photocall in Dublin,with the newly elected members of his party, after the May 17 General Election. Mr Ahern approved a draft programme for the new coalition government. *.. between his party and the Progressive Democrats, who are led by Deputy Prime Minister, Mary Harney.
RM2D34CHX–South Africa's Retief Goosen plays his tee shot at the eighth hole during the final round.
RM2D32J8G–A Catholic youth throws a rock at police on the Springfield Road, west Belfast. Police suffered a barrage of petrol bombs, fireworks, and bricks after officers fired a plastic baton rounds at protesters attacking an Orange Order parade in a Nationalist area. * The trouble began when Catholic protesters saw Orangemen walking up a contested part of the Springfield Road.
RM2D32M0H–Fine Gael leader Enda Kenny leaving the Rainbow Warrior, on the River Liffey, Dublin, Republic of Ireland. The Irish Government must declare 'immediate unconditional war on the British nuclear industry', the leader of the Republic's main opposition party said.
RM2D3385G–Sinn Fein leader, Gerry Adams (left) with the President of East Timor, Xanana Gusmao, during his visit to Clonard Gardens Memorial, Bombay Street, West Belfast, Northern Ireland.
RM2D333C9–Irish Minister for Health, Micheal Martin arriving at a photocall during a shower of rain at Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland, where he launched an initiative to encourage more people in Ireland to exercise.
RM2D34DE7–International athlete Eamonn Coughlan with Accenture management consultants employees, David McLoughlin (left) and John Staunton (right) at the launch of the Accenture on-street triathlon to raise money for the Children's Medical & Research Foundation at Our Lady's Hospital for Sick Children in Drumlin.
RM2D32DNE–Model Michaela Brady, from Tallaght, West Dublin shows off Bewleys new range of Easter eggs, a few which contain one thousand euro vouchers valid only at Paul Sheeran Jewellers of Dublin - part of a new promotion between the two companies.
RM2D31JD1–Sheffield Wednesday's Michele di Piedi (left) celebrates scoring the winning goal against Birmingham City during the Nationwide Division One game at St Andrews, Birmingham.
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