Launch of the 16th Lake School, Koroit Victoria.
Fun night for the family!
the stakes in this card game could not come any higher.
An OBITUARY by Frances Devlin-Glass It is with shock and an acute sense of loss that the Bloomsday community this week heard of the early death of its first theatre director, Simon McGuinness, in London, after a short illness. Simon was a flamboyant enabler with an infectious sense of fun and comic timing. He offered …
In a matter of months, Sarah had been able to convert herself from immigrant, actress, and single mother, into a respected Ballarat businesswoman and community identity.
McCready makes much of how Belfast in the 1950s was a cultural desert, and I wondered if, in terms of serious literary theatre, the same could not also be said of many cities in the western world; certainly ’50s Brisbane and Melbourne were not too dissimilar from Belfa
If I was to tell you that this is an article about Joyce and mathematics, I wonder which would be more likely to alarm you.
In 19th century Ireland a balanced bilingualism ceased to be possible.
May your life shine like the sun, your mouth be filled with laughter
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