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Events from the year 1906 in Ireland.
- 4 January – Irish Parliamentary Party Member of Parliament, William O'Brien, calls on nationalists to extract the maximum concessions for Ireland from every English government.
- 16 May – temperance reformers meet with the Lord-Lieutenant, seeking Sunday closing for all public houses, earlier closing on Saturdays and a reduction of licences throughout the country.
- 1 August – the Catholic Hierarchy rules out any scheme for mixed education at Trinity College Dublin.
- 7 August – Douglas Hyde is awarded the freedom of Dublin.
- 8 August – a Parisian court cannot grant a divorce to Maud Gonne and John MacBride. A separation is granted and she is given custody of their son, Seán MacBride.
- Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast is completed, laying claim to being the first air conditioned building in the world.
- Work on the building of Belfast City Hall is completed.
- Alice Perry becomes the first woman to graduate with a degree in civil engineering in Ireland or Britain, at Queen's College, Galway, and is appointed in December as acting county surveyor for Galway.