A 10-day cultural festival which will be celebrating the Irish culture and influence on Australia
Mannix made the expected speech getting straight up the noses of loyal Australia by calling Kiernan the representative of the whole of Ireland.
How the ‘Warwick egg incident’ of 1917 exemplified an Australian nation divided.
The records of the Chief Secretary of Ireland’s Office constitute one of the most valuable collections of original source material for research into Ireland in the nineteenth and early twentieth century.
Two events at the Celtic Club’s new venue for which early booking is recommended.
‘A Taste of Ireland – The Christmas Spectacular’, is Ireland’s most vivid portrayal from the Celtic heart.
‘Thought I’d come for one year but I’ve made life long friends’
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.
‘Let him speak who has seen with his eyes’. Congolese Proverb