The early release of the 1926 Irish Census has moved a step nearer via an important statement issued by the country's Heritage Minister. Check out the full story on the CIGO's website.
The latest issue of S&N Email News is now available.
An important announcement for Gloucestershire researchers regarding manorial records at The National Archives can be found here.
Ceredigion Archives have announced their plans for the immediate future - including their temporary opening hours. See here.
Roy Stockdill analyses the early life of Charlie Chaplin in a guest blog for FindMyPast.
Ruth Blair has a lengthy blog post dedicated to maps and mapping.
HistoryToday has its regular 'History Around the Web' feature.
And there are more 'History Headlines' from the Beeb - plus a history podcast, here.
TNA also has a new podcast, entitled 'Finding Your Family in Canada'.
Titanic enthusiasts may wish to run their eyes over this curious new Twitter account.
If you fancy taking part in a 'family history research study', then check out this post on the SoG's blog.
For an utterly enchanting video presentation of the story behind the 'Keep Calm and Carry On' poster, click below...