I find myself on the road again, here in Australia, and speaking Irish daily once more.
Where Numbers Tell a Story Sinn Fein fielded 42 candidates; 37 were successful. Dublin West: Paul Donnelly (SF) 12,456, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar 8,478 Dublin north west: Dessie Ellis (SF) 14,375. Next was Roisin Shortall 6,124 Dublin Central: Mary Lou McDonald (SF) 11,223; Pascal Donohoe (FG) 4,181 Dublin Bay North: Denise Mitchell (SF) 21,344. Richard Bruton, …
Magistrate Fiona Hayes drew comparisons between laws and court practices in Victoria and Ireland with regard to family violence.
A book book devoted to Phil Coulter’s musical career
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’.
St Patrick’s Day at the Seafarer’s Mission.
Mary Mc Connell entered the workhouse in Belfast in July 1847 as an orphan and a pauper.
‘Unsettled’ by Gay Lynch breaks new ground in Irish Australian fiction. It is aptly titled.
This is a love story, one that could be easily summarised in a single paragraph, but that would be to demean it. Because it is above all a paean to a simpler time, simpler people and a simpler meaning of happiness.
A great-great-grandson remembers an unapologetic rebel and determined reformer