Martin O'Meara will not be forgotten!
Tuesday, 24 December 2013 00:00
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 Please visit a new website we are devoting to this reluctant hero....

Play the you tube presentation and find out how courageous this Irishman was. 
 If you can support the project please contact us through the website.

My mate was lying wounded, up a hundred yards ahead,
And I knew we couldn't reach him, so I gave him up for dead.
Then two stretcher bearers started, and I figured they was gone,
But they never hesitated - just went on, and on, and on.
They just sort of hunched their shoulders, like it was a shower of rain,
And they went out to my mate - and they brought him back again.

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Eleanor McEvoy for Rosie's Cab Bar
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Colin Merreys Latest Book Reviews
Tuesday, 24 December 2013 00:00
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See under Main Menu: Book and CD Reviews 

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Tuesday, 26 June 2012 00:00
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For the latest news from Ireland and what is coming up on Setanta TV visit....

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Who lived in your Irish Home in 1901 and 1911?
Friday, 03 August 2012 00:00
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What information does the Census contain?
Ireland is unusual among English-speaking census-taking countries in that our original household manuscript returns survive. These are the forms filled out and signed by the head of each household on census night. Most other countries only have Enumerators' books, where family details were transcribed by the person charged with collecting the census information.
The basic topographical divisions for the census are: County; District Electoral Division; Townland or Street. This is a simple hierarchical structure which makes it easy to access any area in the country. The returns are arranged in clusters by townland/street within district electoral division within county. For each townland/street, there are a number of original household returns, filled in and signed by heads of households, and three statistical returns, dealing with religious denominations, classification of buildings, and out-offices and farm-steadings, filled out by the Enumerator for that townland/street.

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Visit the Embassy of Ireland website
Saturday, 18 June 2011 00:00
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Welcome from Ambassador Máirtín Ó Fainín
"Visit our Embassy of Ireland website. The main menu is on the left of this page but we have quicklinks on the right covering some of our most frequently asked questions.
On the opening page you can click on links to websites of other Irish government offices in Australia: our Consulate in Sydney,  Enterprise Ireland, the Industrial Development Authority, and  Tourism Ireland which promotes travel to the island of Ireland".

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Irish Connections....
Monday, 26 September 2011 00:00
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Want to know more about your past? The new Documenting Ireland – Parliament, People, Migration (DIPPAM) website may help. Created as a joint partnership between the University of Ulster, Queens University Belfast, the Centre for Migration Studies (Omagh) and Libraries Northern Ireland, it focuses on the history of Ireland and its migration from 19th century to the present day.
The 1798 Flag of Ireland...
Tuesday, 13 December 2011 00:00
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Give your loved ones a gift of Irish History...
The Green Flag of Ireland...
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The History of this Flag
The Young Ireland rebellion of 1848 was quite a small affair and the tricolour flag was largely forgotten until the twentieth century.

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Whats On In Perth
Thursday, 16 July 2009 04:48
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Your One Stop Guide to regular and Special Events happening in Town!
Over the next months we will be adding and updating this page and keep
you informed of whats happening around town and the state.

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Can you help Mia to help others?
Sunday, 10 November 2013 00:00
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On 15-16 March, 2014 Mia Ruane be participating in a very special event called The Weekend to End Women's Cancers™ benefiting the Western Australian Institute for Medical Research (WAIMR).

Mia will walk 60 kilometres in two days and sleep out with thousands of other women and men. The proceeds will support breast and gynaecologic cancers research, treatment, and services.

Mia has committed to raising at least $2,000, but she has set my personal goal at $3,000 so she needs your help.
More info can be found on the web site:

People can use the link at the bottom of this email to visit Mia's site and make an online donation of support.

Mia thanks you in advance for your help!

Click here to donate:


Cure Sunday Session even better!
Wednesday, 28 August 2013 00:00
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Queensland & Western Australia launch information booklet for new arrivals
Monday, 13 May 2013 00:32
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New information booklet has been published to assist Irish emigrants planning a move to Queensland and Western Australia.
It contains information on visas, housing, schools, healthcare, tax, employment and visas, as well as detailed estimates of living costs in the region and a list of useful contacts. 
IASAQ and the Claddagh Association are part of the LINK network of Irish welfare organisations in Australia. 
The IASAQ Welcome to Brisbane guide can be downloaded here. Brisbane
The Western Australia Claddagh Association information booklet can be downloaded here: Perth
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Friday, 10 August 2012 00:00
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At this time in history when so many Irish people are living in Australia it is comforting to know that, if for any reason they get into difficulty, there is someone to come to their aid. The Claddagh Association are part of a network of Irish Support Groups around Australia able and willing to assist. Below is a letter we received from the Perth part of t
hat network. If you can assist this group financially please see email at the bottom of the following letter.

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