Irish Red Cross whistleblower Noel Wardick to appeal decision to sack him

THE Irish Red Cross whistleblower whose anonymous blog made allegations about financial irregularities at the charity has been sacked. Noel Wardick, who was forced to out himself as the author of t…

Source: Irish Red Cross whistleblower Noel Wardick to appeal decision to sack him


Frances Fitzgerald – Still no reply

Fr. Niall Molloy - Unsolved Murder 1985

It is now going on 14 months since members of the Molloy family met with Minister for Justice Frances Fitzgerald. She promised to respond to the meeting after the Summer break. ( Last year’s Summer break ) We still have heard nothing and despite again promising Denis Naughten TD last November that she would be in contact with the family. NOTHING. Also not answering letters from the family over the past year.

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>ENCOURAGECHANGE.: Former Education Ministers ‘not made aware’ of abuse

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>ENCOURAGECHANGE.: Former Education Ministers ‘not made aware’ of abuse: “Gemma Hussey, who was education minister between late 1982 and 1986, noted that the report’s ‘vague’ reference to the ‘early 1980s’ meant it was unclear if she was minister at the time.’?”

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Thought of the Day : Consciousness:

Three poems by Tim Dwyer

The Galway Review

my photoTim Dwyer has recent and upcoming publications in The Stinging Fly, Boyne Berries, Revival and Skylight. He is a psychologist in a correctional facility and lives in the Hudson Valley of New York State. His mother was from Gort and his father was from the farm country near Loughrea. He recently returned to writing after many years.

Three poems by Tim Dwyer


Mary O’Hara
Irish Harpist and Singer

I don’t always know

which memories are imagined.

Her songs were lullabies

rising from the family phonograph.

I hear them now

through a stack of losses,

feel the soothing

as only a child can

from the pure voice

of the beautiful girl

with the flowing hair

playing on her harp

the music of the air

before the tragedy

of her young poet’s death

before joining the sisterhood

and leaving this world

to seek the comfort of God.

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