Elections in western democracies keep throwing up unexpected results.
Two veterans of Irish Dance honoured in Australia Day list for a lifetime of teaching.
The seventh in Tinteán‘s Famine Orphan Girls Series by a descendant, Chrissy Fletcher. Elizabeth Sharkey is my grandmother’s grandmother, through an all-female line. I like to imagine this line as a fine gold thread coming from my heart and connecting me from mother to mother, spanning the oceans and the centuries back to a …
Magistrate Fiona Hayes drew comparisons between laws and court practices in Victoria and Ireland with regard to family violence.
A new musical play by Felix Meagher
A new book about a Cistercian monk who served in Broome.
Nature of Event: Jacqui Rutten, following her recent research and composition residency in County Armagh at the Tyrone Guthrie Centre, will give a talk at the Belgrave Library about her experience in composing and singing classical, Celtic and improvised vocal music and will explore how song connects with nature. When: Saturday 21 March at 11am. Where: …
Peter Kiernan had a long association with Irish affairs in Melbourne – the Connolly Association program on Radio 3CR, the Famine Rock commemoration at Williamstown, and with both Táin and Tinteán magazines…
The Irish-Australian Literature Symposium of 2019 may be remembered in years to come as the event that marked the formal initiation of ‘a distinctive new field of research’.
This novel is a paeon of love to Sydney and to Michael Davitt and the Ladies Land League.