Titanic anniversary

The last letter known to be written on the ill-fated Titanic sold for a world record £119,000 at auction today. The letter
My links to this city are deep, my mother's family are rooted here. My experience as a resident twenty years ago was one of discomfort, Belfast seemed uncomfortable in its own identity as a place of bombs, bullets and suspicion.
A collection of more than a quarter of a million maritime examination records signalling the end of the stereotypical "drunken
Australian mining billionaire Clive Palmer has announced plans to build a replica of the Titanic. Just weeks after the 100th
A city became a land of the giants today as huge puppets took centre stage in one of the UK's biggest-ever street theatre
Could James Cameron have made an, ahem, Titanic mistake? If you take a look at this image - and have somehow, God knows, managed
A minute's silence was held on Sunday as a memorial was opened in Belfast marking the centenary of the sinking of the Titanic
The crowd, 30,000 strong, had been gathered for hours at Cunard's Pier 54, standing silent in the fog. Out of the gloaming, at almost 8pm on 18 April 1912, emerged Carpathia, the ship carrying the survivors of Titanic's sinking.
Like many artists and writers before her, award-winning poet Allison McVety has drawn inspiration from the story of the Titanic
I can't be the only one who thinks that there are ways to mark such as tragedy as the Titanic and a menu consisting of the dishes eaten by people who were about to die, or lose loved ones, is not the way to do it.