Today it is up to the Australian community to require our governments to deliver long-promised justice and recognition for our indigenous communities.
A major event in the formative history of Warwick will be brought to life and celebrated around the town on Saturday, November 18th November.
Book a table! BYO Drinks and nibbles. Doors open 3pm. Show starts 4pm.
‘Let him speak who has seen with his eyes’. Congolese Proverb
A Feature by R. E. Glass Several Tinteán readers and others in the Irish community have expressed the need for a ‘plain language’ explanation of President Michael D Higgins’ comments about economic theory in his speech after being conferred with an honorary Doctor of Laws at Melbourne University. Here goes! It is important to note …
we have with us a politician, a poet, a writer, an academic, a statesman, a rights advocate, a champion of the creative industries.
To find a convict ancestor is no longer a matter of shame but can be cause for reflection and indeed celebration.
His light touch reflects his playful approach to a range of topics.
Irish opens the door to an extraordinary world