Still writing, still stirring, Keneally is a model for the ages.
Your partners are your long-time opponents, there’s a pandemic, there is noise on you backbench … and then there are the Greens. Who would want to be Taoiseach?
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 …
A persuasive argument that unification between Northern Ireland and the Republic is inevitable before very long …..
Beyond Leaving is a new series and the title of David Monahan’s upcoming show
Nowadays the funds raise $US 540 million for projects both north and south of the Border with over 3000 organisations contributing to its coffers.
This is a glorious edition, which adds a lot to the exhibition so many of us enjoyed at the Immigration Museum in Flinders Street – in 2012.
Ireland tentatively emerging from its long slump, .. is being cited as the great exemplar of the virtues of austerity.
Message for the diaspora: come home, things are improving….