PRONI's January 2016 blog available to read

New blog entry from PRONI includes diary entry from Portstewart man looking forward to returning home from the Western Front

Vote Woodvale Park's war memorial oak for European Tree of the Year

Vote for peace tree planted in West Belfast in 1919 to honour First World War fallen

RTE archive video recalls Easter Rising

New site from RTE features interactive map and personal video accounts from throughout the battle

Creative Centenaries help students explore 1916

Twelve schools across the district combine to 'Journey Together' through the events of 1916

Creative Centenaries workshops at NI Science Festival

Schools can avail of animation workshops to explore the science of the Lusitania

Call for Participants in North Belfast Remembers Project

A sea of lights to remember those from North Belfast who died in the First World War.

Artist launches video explaining the Easter Rising in 8 minutes

Donegal based artist has created an animation exploring the events leading up to, and during, the Easter Rising

New Exhibition Showcasing 1916 Ireland Displayed Online for the First Time

Images highlighting the impact of the Easter Rising on people's lives in 1916 and its legacy have been launched in a new online exhibition

Nerve Centre involved in project to mark First World War centenary

Shelter by Anne Tallentire among one of the highlights for Northern Ireland in packed 14-18 NOW programme

Rare 1916 Rising photographs on display in London

Exhibition explores role of photography in the decades leading up to independence

Poignant messages from First World War soldiers published online

Messages penned by hundreds of servicemen as they made their way to fight in World War One have been published online for the first time

Google maps 1916 Rising sites with a virtual tour

Google Cultural Institute has commemorated the 1916 Easter Rising in the form of a virtual tour of Dublin, highlighting key sites and events

First World War hospital diaries go online from UK National Archives

The challenges of treating First World War casualties on the battlefield and at sea are revealed in newly-released online records from the UK's National Archives

North west groups invited to join centenary celebrations

Groups in Derry~Londonderry encouraged to contribute to plans for 1916 commemorations

Philip Orr to unveil new drama on 1916

The Halfway House focuses on two women caught together in a pub in 1966