Irish judges and politicians in colonial Australia have been credited with ‘undermining British Australia’ and ‘transforming English law’ in Australia and contributing to ‘Irish Supremacy’ down under. Strong words!
A Galway man, with Norman and Spanish blood, coursing and cursing through his veins, he could cant and gammer with horse traders
The artist Hossein Valamanesh always insisted the monument was not just about the Great Irish Famine but about all famine. For me, this is what makes it a great monument.
One hundred years have passed since the death of Dr Nicholas O’Donnell (1862-1920), an Irish-Australian leader inMelbourne.
The winner of the Percy French Prize for Witty Verse.
Two new OAM recipients with connection to Tintean
The role of Irish lawyers in colonial Australia has received regular attention over the years
but has not achieved much clarity.
Surely a woman could not have done this on her own. Surely a woman could not have seen what this festering tyrant was doing. Surely a woman could not have known that tyranny incubates and ﬂies across borders.
This author’s style is varied and warm but grounded in truth-finding and truth-telling…. This is also a handsome book. Great thought has gone into its design and format.
This impressive work tells us the story of two exceptional personalities, Curtin and Scullin, it is also, in a most profound manner, the story of the movement they nurtured, the Australian Labor movement.