Keep Gaeilge alive! Conradh Na Gaeilge Learpholl seeks new teachers to help spread the grá (love). Can you help?
Liverpool Irish Festival opposes the attacks on Gaza and requests greater diplomacy, aid and humanitarian thinking.
This is the Festival's 'long read'. The article sets up what anniversary means to us and why it is important in 2023.
Ireland Reaching Out traces the Irish heritage of a man who would change the shape of football in Liverpool forever (John McKenna 1855-1936).
Writer, Caelainn Hogan, reflects on The McAleese Report at 10; as Ireland's redress scheme for institutions, schools and laundries continues.
A dinosaur egg find aniversary prompts Irish language enthusiast, Alan O Raighne, to think about language and connection with heritage.
Thomas Ryan, Conradh Na Gaeilge Learpholl, reflects on the legacy left by friend, peer and fellow Gael, Tony Birtill.
Barry Hazley (Derby Fellow, University of Liverpool ) describes the importance of the Mac Lua Archive in presenting British Irish diaspora stories.
Patsy Connor, Liverpool Irish Festival Trustee, remembers her friend and Bebbington-born journalist/environmentalist Dom Phillips.
Judy Mazonowicz considers St Brigid'stransformations in the context of ‘hunger’ and the Irish Government's bank holiday investiture.
A young reflection on what a global diapora policy means to new Irish generations in an ever changing world.
2022 marks a year since the passing of Tony Birtill. Here, he's remembered in a memorial package, honouring his life.