A Publication of the Australian Irish Heritage Association
Volume 9 Number 1
Message From President McAleese
St Patricks Day greetings
Australia Day Inter-Faith Service 2001
A talk by Alex Cohen in the Perth Synagogue on 28 January 2001 and another by Ed Pigott on the same day.
Doctor Ken Easton OBE
Joe OSullivan comments on the passing of a founding member who was a "humble village GP:
The First "British" Serviceman To Be Taken Prisoner
Ian Chambers tells us about an interesting POW.
The Matchmaker ,
Some recounting of famous Irish icon, by Kay Lyons
A Series Of Postcards
Form Ardara, Co Donegal during 1932
Master of Re-Invention
Playwright Thomas Kilroy tells of the humble origins of Britains WW2 Minister for Propaganda.
Parnell and the Englishwoman
An intriguing tale love and tragedy by Ian Chambers
The Lally Family in France
John Clancy tells of a famous 1690 Wild Geese family, one of whom succeeded Patrick Sarsfield as leader of the French Jacobites.
St Brigid's Feast Day
A St Brigids feast day celebrations talk by Agnes OKane detailing the lives of some remarkable Irish women.
Elizabeth Fields tour of the famous gaol which is interwoven with Irish social, political and social history.
Stephen Russell Mallory
The life of the "Irish Root" in the 1851 (US) Confederate Cabinet whose achievements are legendary but under reported.
From the 1860s by an Irish Australian poet.
AIHA Spring Symposium
Reportage from the many speakers at the symposium at Notre Dame in November 2000
The Last Straw
Musing on the deflationary effect on Irish humour caused by economic success.
Good Books Lately
Lockout Dublin 1913, by Padraig Yeates
Ireland and the Great War, by Keith Jeffrey
Women in Parliament: Ireland 1918-2000, by Maedhbh McNamara and Pascal Mooney
The Shifting Balance of Power: Exploring the 20th Century by Joe Lee
Mayos Lost Islands: The Inishkeas, by Brian Dornan
Streets Broad and Narrow: Images of Vanishing Dublin, by Kevin C Kearns
The Irish Highwaymen, by Stephen Dunford
The Port of Medieval Dublin, by Andrew Halpin
The Last of the Irish Male
An amusing report of the qualities of an Irish male.