There is more to King Billy than his victory
at the Battle of the Boyne in 1690. Click through this tabloid
edition of the life and times of King William III and discover
the real man behind the famous Ulster wall mural.
Northern Ireland's religious and political conflict can be traced to the 17th century Plantation of Ulster. Visit the Plantation web site and learn about the English and Scottish planters.
The rebels who led Ireland's 1916 insurrection were mocked on the streets of Dublin. Our Easter Rising web site tells the story of how their executions led to the political demand for Irish independence.
Why did it take 30 years to get from the civil rights demands in 1968 to the Good Friday Agreement in 1998? Through a series of articles, media clips and photographs the Troubles web site takes you through Northern Ireland's turbulent history.
In May 1998 the Good Friday Agreement was signed in Belfast. Learn more about the elements of this historic agreement through our 'A State Apart' web site.