A leading Canadian orchestra will tour the UK in October 2014 to commemorate the Centenary of the First World War and celebrate the close ties between the two nations.
Members of the London Pro Arte Choir are due to travel to Ypres in July 2014 to sing under the Menin Gate, bringing back memories of past relatives who fought in the First World War.
Eighty projects commemorating New Zealand's role in the First World War have been awarded NZ$ 9.1 million in the latest lottery grants.
Researchers at the University of Ulster are encouraging community groups to take part in a major international research project on the First World War and its legacy.
A special exhibition devoted to the sounds of the First World War is taking place at the Historial Museum of the Great War in Péronne, close to the Somme battlefields in Northern France.
Memorial book in church reveals tragic First World War sacrifices of families living in Belfast Shankill Road community
A memorial book which lists the First World War killed and wounded from streets round the Shankill Road area of Belfast reveals the terrible impact on families in a small community.
MEPs have marked almost a century since the outbreak of the First World War with a debate in the European Parliament today.
The Von der Heydt Museum in Germany is hosting an exhibition exploring how French and German artists responded to the First World War.
European football invites international leaders to Belgium for Centenary of the First World War Christmas truce
European football's governing body, UEFA, has announced plans to mark the 100th anniversary of the Christmas truce on the Western Front.
Ronan McGreevy, writing for The Irish Times, reports on research carried out by Irish television and radio presenter Gay Byrne, into his father’s life and experiences during the First World War.
Details of the upcoming tour of Canada by the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall have been released.
Four institutions from England and France are producing a series of interconnected exhibitions exploring how contemporary artists view the First World War and war in general.
The Duke of Kent has paid tribute to First World War servicemen who're buried in Commonwealth cemeteries in Bulgaria.
The Canadian War Museum in Ottawa has launched its programme to commemorate the Centenary of the First World War, with two new exhibitions which explore the conflict through art.
More than 150 top secret files from British intelligence agency MI5 of individuals and organisations involved in spying or being watched have been released online.
Publisher’s Description: ‘In the summer of 1913, the world seems full of possibility for four very different young men... The generals tell them that victory will soon be theirs but the men are accompanied by regrets, fears and secrets as they move towards the line".
Centenary News Review: "Elizabeth Speller weaves a haunting and moving tale about the tragedy of war as four lives cross on the Somme battlefield".
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Today marks the 97th anniversary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge, a battle considered a ‘coming of age’ for Canada.
The Cabinet minister in charge of the UK government's First World War Centenary programme, Maria Miller, has resigned after a row about her expenses.
The Vimy Foundation has commissioned a new poll, carried out by Ipsos Reid, which shows that just under half of Canadians can correctly identify that the Battle of Vimy Ridge took place during the First World War.
A former factory which made more than a million pairs of Wellington boots for soldiers in the First World War is a step closer to being saved after receiving a lottery grant.
An exhibition exploring the lives of people from the North West of England during the First World War has opened at IWM North in Manchester
France's Centenary Fund has approved €1 million worth of funding support for 286 First World War Centenary projects.
Australians and New Zealanders who've been successful in ballots for tickets to the Centenary Anzac Day service at Gallipoli in 2015 have been notified by their governments.
British government minister, Mark Simmonds, has planted poppies at the Brussels memorial to Edith Cavell, the nurse executed by the Germans in 1915 for helping Allied soldiers to escape.
Centenary News Deputy Editor, Peter Alhadeff, visits St.Symphorien military cemetery in Belgium as it prepares for commemorations on 4th August 2014 marking the start of the First World War 100 years ago.
The Commonwealth War Graves Commission is rebuilding a cemetery in Poland where 39 British soldiers were buried during the First World War.
British and Irish ministers have laid the foundation stone for the Cross of Sacrifice which will be constructed at a Dublin cemetery.
Senior English football representatives have visited Northern France to pay tribute to the players, officials and fans who fought and died in the First World War.
Journalist Ronan McGreevy of The Irish Times reports that new details have been released by the UK National Archives on a German gas attack on Irish First World War soldiers.
The Royal Australian Mint has launched a new triangular coin to commemorate the Centenary of the First World War.
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