A Personal Narrative on Emigration by Méabh O’Leary Méabh is what is termed a ‘love migrant’ in a ‘mixed marriage’. She said ‘I do’ in ‘home’ sickness and in health to Bruce and to Australia. Managing a dual identity and the issues that arise over the lifecycle of migration led Méabh to be involved with ‘Griefline’ …
The Surprise, moored at the Cove of Cork, and the Essex, at Kingstown in Dublin Bay (now Dun Laoghaire), were derelict ships which operated as holding prisons for convicts from 1823 until 1837.
Arrival of Irish Famine Orphan Girls in Melbourne
CVIA program of events to commemorate the 1916 Easter Rising.
It is inspirational!
The presentations will enthral both scholars and students of Australian-Irish relations.
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 an outstanding example of citizen journalism at its very best.
Yes – 1916 was the great break with the past!
This comical musical was a great night’s entertainment