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charmed by the misdeed;

is it defiance or play?

a glimmer of both.

This caught my eye last weekend and gave me a giggle.  For a moment one might think it means no bikes allowed on the grass over the wall.   434 more words

Writing & Photography

That Was Some Savage Craic

By Mia Wallace

May 20, 2016

There are a number of things I will bring back home with me after this trip — an understanding of different cultures, a more well-rounded view of mass media around the world, an appreciation for Irish history — but most of all a vast new vocabulary of Irish slang. 335 more words


The Real Mrs Brown

Book Review by Frank O’Shea

Brian Beacon: The Real Mrs Brown. Hodder. 295 pp. RRP $34.07; ISBN: 9781444754513

Brendan O’Carroll has an IQ of 156, well above the entry level of 148 for membership of Mensa. 492 more words

Book Review

Celtic Thunder Legacy Tour

Nature of event: Celtic Thunder Legacy Tour

Where: Various venues (see schedule below) 

When: May 2016

Cost: www.ticketek.com.au or click here.

Further information: Tour Information… 532 more words


Celtic Club News

Mother’s Day Lunch is opening especially for you.
A wide menu is available beyond the 2 Course Special Deal.
Something for everyone!
Ph: 96706472 or e-mail  137 more words


Dublin...for the Creic!


After a very a short flight over the water from Edinburgh I arrived at Dublin Airport. Jumping on the handy and super cheap airlink bus I was dropped right in the heart of the city, a stone throw away from my hostel. 555 more words


Ulsters Craic Crisis

Readings show that Ulster is suffering an all time low in Craic in recent years, the reason is still anyones guess. But one possibility could be University students, Craic has become an endangered word, so endangered David Attenborough is talking about making a documentary on it. 151 more words