Barry Lyttle should go to jail, prosecutor

Barry Lyttle should go to jail, prosecutor

16 April 2015

Barry Lyttle has pleaded guilty to recklessly causing grievous bodily harm over the one-punch attack on his younger brother Patrick.

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Nominations sought for Irish abroad awards

Nominations sought for Irish abroad awards

16 April 2015

The nomination deadline is looming for this year's Presidential Distinguished Service Awards (PDSA) which seek to honour the Irish abroad.

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Record number of Irish AFL players

Record number of Irish AFL players

16 April 2015

Ireland's imports are making their mark on Australian Rules Football.

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Great Irish drama on RTÉ Player International

Great Irish drama on RTÉ Player International

15 April 2015

You can now catch great Irish drama including the first two series of Love/Hate on RTÉ Player International.

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Australia will host 1916 centenary events

Australia will host 1916 centenary events

15 April 2015

Major events planned for centenary of Easter Rising next year.

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Australia and Me: Nicole McCann

Australia and Me: Nicole McCann

15 April 2015

This week, the Irish Echo caught up with Nicole from Tyrone, who now lives in Townsville with her husband Francis and Daughters Mia and Katie.

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Australian govt concern over alleged Irish passport ‘fraud’

Australian govt concern over alleged Irish passport ‘fraud’

14 April 2015

The Australian Department of Immigration and Border Control (DIBP) is investigating a "migration fraud" involving Irish visa applicants.

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Bondi to host ‘Darkness Into Light’ walk

Bondi to host ‘Darkness Into Light’ walk

14 April 2015

A group of Irish people in Sydney is holding a suicide awareness walk and run event in Bondi on Saturday, May 9.

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Sydney Irish novel the focus of ‘Harp day

Sydney Irish novel the focus of ‘Harp day

13 April 2015

The Harp In The South is an iconic Australian novel about an Irish Catholic family in the Sydney suburb of Surry Hills a century ago. A group of enthusiasts have decided to bring the novel to life with a day of readings around the area in April.

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The Waterboys leave audience wanting more

The Waterboys leave audience wanting more

13 April 2015

Old Favourites and new tunes from Celtic rock'n'rollers leave the audience wanting more.

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