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Ireland’s National Day Gala Dinner Villa Arrigo 18th March 2019

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This year was our 10th Anniversary Gala Dinner, and we were fortunate to have as our Guest of Honour Ms Regina Doherty TD, Minister for Employment Affairs and Social Protection , accompanied by His Excellency Mr Patrick Duffy, Ireland’s Ambassador to Malta. Many thanks to all our members and guests who attended, and made it […]

St Patrick’s Day Funday Irish Fourball

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Some pictures of the winners from today’s fun Irish Fourball competition. Winning team prize donated by the Irish Embassy, Runner Up team prizes donated by the Irish Emerald Society. Prizes were presented by Ireland’s Cultural Envoy , Minister Regina Doherty. The proceeds from the competition day go towards the Muscular Dystrophy Group, Malta.

Announcement by Tánaiste & Ministry for Foreign Affairs

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The Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade has announced the 2019 St Patrick’s day programmes which will for instance underline Ireland’s commitment to the European Union with a visit to every EU capital.  As the Tánaiste said, “St. Patrick’s Day offers a unique opportunity to promote Ireland around the world, to celebrate our […]

2019 Update

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Happy New Year for 2019 and hello again to all our members, with apologies for being silent for such a long time! Many reasons for that but none that we need to bore you with. Since our last update a lot has happened, unchronicled but none the less valuable to us as a Society; including […]

Casual Night Out 14th Sept

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In response to your favourable comments and many requests for another evening out before the AGM, we have arranged for a Curry Night at the Marsa Sports Club, very casual, music by Johnny Gee again so bring your dancing heads and shoes! The e mail with all the information has gone out to members, so […]

The Annual St Patrick’s Day Mass

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The annual St Patrick’s Day Mass in Sliema was celebrated in the usual fashion, and afterwards our IES Ladies helped with the refreshments, serving the now traditional IES Tricolour cake. Thanks to all who attended and helped out on the day.