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««« 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1999 in Ireland »»» 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 Decades: 1970s • 1980s • 1990s • 2000s • 2010s Centuries: 18th • 19th • 20th • 21st See also: 1999 in Northern Ireland Other events of 1999 List of years in Ireland Contents 1 Events 2 Arts and literature 3 Sport 3.1 Gaelic football 3.2 Golf 3.3 Hurling 3.4 Soccer 4 Births 5 Deaths 5.1 January to June 5.2 July to December 5.3 Full date unknown 6 References Events 4 January – The Euro makes its debut on European financial markets. 13 January – Derek Hill becomes the eleventh honorary citizen of Ireland. 5 February – New legislation changes the name of the RSI No to the Personal Public Service Number and expands its use. 31 March – The Irish Land Commission is dissolved. 27 April – States of Fear television series made by Mary Raftery for RTÉ begins broadcasting. Its revelations of a history of institutional child abuse lead to questions being raised in the Dáil[1] and an apology to victims from the Taoiseach, Bertie Ahern, and appointment of the Commission to Inquire into Child Abuse in May. 21 May – Gay Byrne hosts his last Late Late Show after 37 years. 22 May – The electorate of the entire island of Ireland go to the polls to vote on the Good Friday Agreement. 23 May – People North and South give their overwhelming support to the Good Friday Agreement. 11 August – Ireland joins the world and watches the last solar eclipse of the millennium. 28 August – 80,000 fans see the Robbie Williams concert at Slane Castle, County Meath. 12 October – Peter Mandelson arrives in Belfast as the new Secretary of State for Northern Ireland. 20 October – President McAleese leads tributes to the former Taoiseach Jack Lynch who died aged 82. 29 November – Ten designated ministers are appointed to the power-sharing Northern Ireland Assembly. 2 December – The Irish Government ratifies changes to Articles 2 and 3 of the Constitution. Direct rule from Westminster in Northern Ireland ends. 13 December – The first meeting of the North/South Ministerial Council takes place in Armagh. 31 December – The last sunset of the millennium occurs at 4.41 pm at Dursey Head in west Cork[citation needed]. Arts and literature 1 November – Sligo boyband, Westlife released their first album. To date, they are the only artist to have 7 singles straight at UK number one. Sport Gaelic football Meath GAA beat Cork GAA 1–11 to 1–8 to win their second All-Ireland Senior Football Championship in four years. Golf Murphy's Irish Open is won by Sergio García (Spain). Hurling Cork GAA beat Kilkenny GAA 0–13 to 0–12 to win the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship for the first time since 1990. Soccer St Patrick's Athletic win the League of Ireland for the 3rd time in 4 years. Births This section is empty. You can help by adding to it. Deaths January to June 15 January – Robert Lowry, Baron Lowry, Lord Chief Justice of Northern Ireland (b.1919). 28 January – Markey Robinson, artist (b.1918). 8 February – Iris Murdoch, novelist and philosopher (b.1919). 22 February – Pat Upton, Irish Labour Party TD (b.1944). 25 April – William McCrea, astronomer and mathematician (b.1904). 25 April – Michael Morris, 3rd Baron Killanin, journalist, author, sports official and sixth president of the International Olympic Committee (b.1914). 11 May – Birdy Sweeney, actor (b.1931) 19 May – Victor Bewley. 23 May – Cathal Gannon, harpsichord maker and fortepiano restorer (b.1910). 15 June – Fred Tiedt, boxer (b.1935). July to December 17 July – Donal McCann, actor (b.1943). 27 July – Malachi Martin, Roman Catholic priest and author (b.1921). 21 August – Noel Larmour, cricketer and diplomat (b.1916). 21 August – Maurice Gerard Moynihan, civil servant and writer (b.1902). 24 August – Eithne Strong, poet. 13 October – Michael Hartnett, poet (b.1941). 15 October – Josef Locke, tenor (b.1917). 20 October – Jack Lynch, former Taoiseach and leader of Fianna Fáil (b.1917). October – Micheál Cranitch, Fianna Fáil politician, Cathaoirleach of Seanad Éireann in 1973. (b.1912). 14 November – Brian Ó Cuív, son-in-law of Éamon de Valera, Celtic scholar and author. 29 November – Michael O'Halloran, politician in the UK (b.1933). 30 December – Tom Aherne, soccer player (b.1919). Full date unknown Manliff Barrington, motorcycle racer (b.1910). References ^ Dáil adjournment comments, 29 April 1999