CVIA program of events to commemorate the 1916 Easter Rising.
The iconic image of of Bishop Edward Daly in Derry ‘negotiating’ a safe passage for Jackie Duddy, a victim of the Bloody Sunday massacre in Derry on the 30th January 1972, resurfaced in the media on the occasion of the death of the Bishop recently. The image was a stark reminder of just how much …
these are things that should be looked at in the context that they might happen at some time in the future.
Ireland’s 1916 Easter Rising helped to shape political forces in Australia at a crucial time in our own national history.
It is inspirational!
For many in NI, the ‘open border’ is a tangible sign of the end of ‘The Troubles’.
Memories of a 1950s Irish leftie in St Kilda, Melbourne by Dr Dennis Walker The extraordinary cultural mix of St Kilda inevitably brought together people of radically opposing ideologies. Dr Dennis Walker sheds some light on one aspect of this diversity remembered from his childhood: the Irish immigrant nationalists. My father, Patrick Joseph Walker, was born …
This is an outstanding example of citizen journalism at its very best.
Launch of the 18th Lake School
Yes – 1916 was the great break with the past!