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"This year's JuneFest is on for three weeks and has 30 events full of creativity and fun for all. All is welcome"
May 20, 2015
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May 20, 2015
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June Fest at Newbridge, Co Kildare

May 23, 2014 at 6pm to June 8, 2014 at 7pm
June Fest is fun, joy, music laughter, exhibitions, storytelling, talks and walks. There are 29 events over two weekends and loads happening throughout the week. Run by a group of volunteers it is one of the largest community festivals in the country. We are dedicated to bringing quality events at affordable prices or for free.See More
Apr 26, 2014
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June Fest at Newbridge, Co Kildare

May 23, 2014 at 6pm to June 8, 2014 at 7pm
June Fest is fun, joy, music laughter, exhibitions, storytelling, talks and walks. There are 29 events over two weekends and loads happening throughout the week. Run by a group of volunteers it is one of the largest community festivals in the country. We are dedicated to bringing quality events at affordable prices or for free.See More
Apr 20, 2014
Terry Moore posted a status
"Luka Bloom is embarking on his Head and Heart tour of the US, visiting 10 cities. Check: www.lukabloom.com for details"
Apr 4, 2014
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This is the Story of Droichead Nua (Newbridge ) native Terry Moore. Moore first became interested in the ideas of Marx while studying in Edinburgh in 1971. S...
Jan 25, 2014
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Censorship

The greatest censorship that happened in Ireland was during the seventies when the FIanna Fail government brought in Section 31 which forbade republicans from having access to the media. In the eighties the coalition of Fine Gael and Labour took it a step further forbidding Sinn Fein members from talking about everything including gardening in the media. The act was repealed in the nineties as part of the peace process. It is worth noting that at height of apartheid in South Africa, de Klerk…See More
Oct 27, 2013
Ryan O'Rourke left a comment for Terry Moore
"Hi, Terry. Just wanted to extend the welcome here to The Wild Geese. Great to have you here in our burgeoning community as we explore and celebrate the heritage and history of Ireland and her people throughout the world. Looking forward to hearing…"
Sep 25, 2013
Terry Moore and Gerry Regan are now friends
Sep 24, 2013
Terry Moore left a comment for Terry Moore
"Hi Gerry, many thanks for your kind words and for your interest in my childhood. I did not go to Trinity but instead went to Edinburgh where I studied to become a social worker. I will certainly have a think about my world view when I get back from…"
Sep 24, 2013
Gerry Regan left a comment for Terry Moore
"Terry a chara, I am delighted you have joined us, adding your fascinating perspective and experience forged by your activism in Ireland and beyond its borders. Would love to learn more about your Irish childhood, and how it forged your world-view…"
Sep 23, 2013
Gerry Regan liked Terry Moore's profile
Sep 23, 2013
Terry Moore is now a member of The Wild Geese
Sep 21, 2013

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Censorship

Posted on October 27, 2013 at 4:46pm 0 Comments

The greatest censorship that happened in Ireland was during the seventies when the FIanna Fail government brought in Section 31 which forbade republicans from having access to the media. In the eighties the coalition of Fine Gael and Labour took it a step further forbidding Sinn Fein members from talking about everything including gardening in the media. The act was repealed in the nineties as part of the peace process. It is worth noting that at height of apartheid in South Africa, de…

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At 10:43am on September 23, 2013, Gerry Regan said…

Terry a chara, I am delighted you have joined us, adding your fascinating perspective and experience forged by your activism in Ireland and beyond its borders. Would love to learn more about your Irish childhood, and how it forged your world-view and decisions, and perhaps that of Christy. Were you at Trinity, as was Rob and myself?

At 7:00am on September 24, 2013, Terry Moore said…

Hi Gerry, many thanks for your kind words and for your interest in my childhood. I did not go to Trinity but instead went to Edinburgh where I studied to become a social worker. I will certainly have a think about my world view when I get back from my holidays, am presently in Clare, lucky me eh? I am visiting my family. If you have any questions of interest for me to help jog my memory, that would be most appreciated,

Adh mór,

Terry

At 4:02am on September 25, 2013, Ryan O'Rourke said…

Hi, Terry.

Just wanted to extend the welcome here to The Wild Geese. Great to have you here in our burgeoning community as we explore and celebrate the heritage and history of Ireland and her people throughout the world.

Looking forward to hearing from you via blogs / discussions / photos, etc.  Welcome aboard, Terry!

~ Ryan

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