The story of a quilt which articulates the dreams of Utopians wherever they manifest for a place where there is no rich or poor, no master or slave, where all are equal, and where access to land, healthcare and education is the basis for a society that knows not want and misery….
the community fight for its sense of faith, history and belonging
Northern Ireland’s Margaret Byrne is CEO of Premiership club Sunderland. She tells John Hagan about her background, how she scored a dream job, and her role in a great soccer club.
A free concert this coming Sunday 18 Jan. 15
I found the common reaction was one of a deep and sincere appreciation of the civility and gravity of the prevailing atmosphere of this gathering.
this old motto means in today’s language, demanding social justice for everybody in our community.
18th Century Irish Ballads – “The Best English-Irish Poetry before Yeats”?’
On 17 December 2014, Adrian McKinty, a master of Belfast crime fiction now living in Melbourne, was interviewed by Felicity Allen, one of the Tinteán editors, about his Sean Duffy trilogy. By popular demand, the trilogy is soon to be extended to a fourth novel.
The letters of this alphabet were trees’.
Nature of event: St. Patrick’s Day Festival Where: Edinburgh Gardens, Fitzroy. When: Sunday 15th March from 12:00-5:00 Further information: Comhaltas Melbourne Nature of event: Comhaltas Celebration Where: St Philip’s Anglican Church, Hoddle St When: Tuesday 17th March Further information: firstname.lastname@example.org