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Irish in Australia ‘Were Not Shirkers’ in First World War In The Media - Posted on 17 October 2014
Deaf Jurors Serve in Mock Trial as Part of Ground-breaking Research In The Media - Posted on 17 July 2014

When Alex Jones took his oath as a juror in the Parramatta District Court on Wednesday, he did it in sign language.

St Patrick's Day: Ireland Deserves a Better Brand, To Be Sure In The Media - Posted on 16 March 2014

Rónán McDonald's discusses the distinction between 'country and commercial brand' in the Sydney Morning Herald.

Searching for the truth about a massacre in West Papua In The Media - Posted on 18 December 2013

Eminent Australian lawyers are demanding Indonesian authorities investigate allegations of a massacre fifteen years ago in West Papua in which more than one hundred civilians were killed, raped or tortured.

Model of support policy is poor, in any language In The Media - Posted on 2 December 2013

Public schools in NSW are in for a shock when they start back next year. They will find there is no one at their local office to give advice on enrolling newly arrived children who do not speak English.

Convention to Discuss Áras Vote for Irish Citizens Abroad In The Media - Posted on 26 September 2013

This weekend, September 28th and 29th, a plenary meeting of the Irish Constitutional Convention will address the subject of "giving citizens resident outside the State the right to vote in Presidential elections at Irish embassies, or otherwise".

Interview with Dr Andrew Beattie In The Media - Posted on 20 September 2013

As the German Chancellor Angela Merkel campaigns for a third term in office, we reflect with German studies expert Dr Andrew Beattie.

The legacy of Irish poet and Nobel laureate Seamus Heaney In The Media - Posted on 3 September 2013

Professor Ronan McDonald speaks on ABC Radio National about Irish poet and Nobel Laureate Seamus Heaney.

Indonesian president proposes more autonomy for troubled Papua In The Media - Posted on 3 May 2013

Under a UN ratified agreement 50 years ago on May 1st, Indonesia was given interim administration of Western New Guinea, now the Indonesian province of Papua.