Daniel has never forgotten that it was the public who gave him his success
A new scheme has been launched to assist people who, as children, experienced abuse in institutions in Ireland and who received awards through the Residential Institutions Redress Board or Irish courts. It will be managed by a statutory body established under the Residential Institutions Statutory Fund Act, 2012, called Caranua, and is supported by a …
A classic (irish) Australian play, A Stretch of the Imagination, returns to a superb rural theatre near Woodend.
Living as he does in Tralee, many of King’s poems show an intimacy with the sea.
The delights of this book are to be found in Sexton’s nature poems, each of which edge towards a magicked realm
Eileen Haley captures the indomitability of Constance Markiewicz in a quilt which celebrates an eventful life as a free-spirited and pro-active woman.
In Melbourne there is no figure that has done more for the collection, study and dissemination of uniquely Irish and Catholic texts.
The threat of sudden and violent death from those operating outside the expectations of civilised life is a resonant one for so many other places in our world, not least in Ireland.
Had Casement been a conventional man, married with a wife and family in Ireland, he would never have been free to have travelled as he did in such difficult realms, and re-defined so radically, at such cost to himself, and at such a critical point in history, geo-politics and social justice agendas.
Women trekked over uncertain ground, took shelter where they could, panned for gold, or tended the campfire for their menfolk. They conceived, gave birth and reared children under canvas in searing heat and dust in summer and in the cold damp in winter…