When you first see the title of Michael & Patrick O’Connor’s new poetry book ‘Drumsticks on the Frolic’ you could be forgiven for thinking of the 1939 movie ‘Drums along the Mohawk’ starring Henry Fonda
The Centenary Working Group and our retired colleagues who undertook the training have really mobilised in the past two months in recording interviews, both chronological and thematic. In my own case, the interviews I have
I recently visited my local library. Nothing unusual about that except twenty years had elapsed since my last visit. My decision was prompted by a bout of melancholy which had set in some weeks earlier just
To: All Members of GSRMA The death has occurred of Joe Forde 14433K of Limerick City Branch GSRMA Shannamore Park, Clareview, Limerick Joe Forde, (Shannamore Park, Clareview, Limerick, native of Kiltimagh, Co Mayo. Late An
Regarded as Ireland's most common genetic condition, Haemochromatosis also known as 'iron overload', sees iron levels build up in the blood over a period of time, often leading to damage of key organs such as
To: All Members of GSRMA The death has occurred of Ger (Thomas Ger) Kelly Lusmagh, Banagher, Offaly Ger is the father of Liam Kelly 19352F of Clonmel Branch GSRMA Ger Kelly, Stream, Lusmagh, Banagher, Co.
Since the Garda Síochána replaced the Swedish Police in Cyprus in 1993, going to Cyprus on a UN Mission was considered a holiday. A nice peaceful island in the Mediterranean with soaring temperature and beautiful
To: All Members of GSRMA In her 99th year, the death has occurred of Angela Cahillane (née Browne), Dun Laoghaire, Dublin, beloved wife of the late Patrick Cahillane, 10024B (RIP 1976). Cahillane (nee Browne) Angela