Desmond Complex. The Place To Be This Weekend.

Once upon a time, the people of Ireland used to meet, greet and eat. Find it again, this weekend the 28th of Oct at Desmond Complex, Newcastlewest, between 1:30 – 5:30pm. No restrictions. Everyone welcome. Just come. Just meet. Just greet. Just eat.

The Acoustic Club Collection CD

The Acoustic Club Collection CD The Acoustic Club Collection Who Are These People Volume One  This Album will be launched in March 2018. The Acoustic Club Collection Get On With It Volume Two This Album will be launched in March 2018. The Acoustic Club Collection As We Speak Volume Three This Album will be launched in the […]

MR D.I.Y

Coming Shortly – Mr DIY   Hi All, You must be interested in Doing It Yourself if you clicked on this tab. Very soon I will be giving you or showing you how to do the little jobs that you always get someone else to do for you. Well no more ……… Lets start of […]

The Arena Gym Newcastlewest limerick

THE ARENA GYM Well here we go again, new years resolutions. With all your over eating and drinking of your soft/alcohol/energy drinks, its time to make a mark on your new 2017 calendar for a place in the gym to get yourself in shape for next christmas, so that you can start all over again […]

The Acoustic Club

The Acoustic Club Selection The Acoustic Club Selection is a media to air, view, play and comment  about artists, singers and songwriters who can preform their talents for all to see and here. It could be the making of a Star for someone. The Acoustic Club is a live music venue presenting local, independent and […]

Music Café raises awareness of Direct Provision

By Lylian Fotabong A community musician, yesterday, sang for an end to the Irish Direct Provision System (DPS) during the third leg of the Irish World Music Café in Limerick. The music café is a free social and musical gathering that takes place monthly to track the impacts of the Sanctuary project. This initiative was […]

African President weeps over Belfast

By Lylian Fotabong The former president of Zanzibar, H.E. Amani Abeid Karume, wept during a tour of Belfast City, and especially as they drove by the suburbs. The ex-head of state made the statement on the 13th of September at Queen’s University, Belfast, during the Global Peace Leadership Conference 2016 (GPLC), which focused on tackling […]

First Irish World Music Café opens in Limerick

By Lylian Fotabong Many people can tell you that the two things that a community values most are exclusively the library and camaraderie, but few can illustrate that a combination of music-making proposals helps people find points of entry into new social communities. This was mirrored at the opening of Irish World Music Café at […]

Crossing over the wire in Limerick

By Lylian Fotabong A workshop in Limerick, Tuesday, heard that bias among people in communities within Limerick can be removed only when people are brought together to make contacts after they have met with certain conditions. Fig 1: A section of participants at the integration technique workshop, held at Mary Immaculate College and organised by […]

More Irish males off “Dole”

By Lylian Fotabong The number of people signing on the Live Register in Ireland decreased by a total of 1,800 in just one month in 2015. According to the Central Statistics Office (CSO), there were 328,600 (-0.5%) people on the Live Register in December in 2015. This is down from 330,400 in November of the […]

Desmond College Young Scientists uncover breakthrough science

By Lylian Fotabong   This year’s Desmond College BT Young Scientist Exhibition 2016, Monday, saw the triumph of four projects as 2016’s state-of-the-art endeavours by young scientists at the Newcastlewest college.   The fresh geniuses unveiled 15 projects in four categories, namely: Biological and Ecological; Social and Behaviour; Chemical, Physical and Mathematical; and Technology. Winner of […]

Ban Ki Moon given Tipperary Peace Award

By Lylian Fotabong United Nations (UN) Secretary-General, Ban Ki Moon, has praised Ireland for its role in “global peace citizenship”. UN Sec. Gen, Ban Ki Moon  Tipperary Peace Award, May 2015 Photo by Arnold Kashembe The UN Chief was speaking on Sunday, May 24, 2015, at the Ballykisteen Hotel in Co Tipperary, where he received […]