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Another St Patricks Day gone, what a huge success it was.  I think St Patricks day should be a weekend every year. 

The sun was shining and the children had lots of different areas to play, this meant the hardworking mammies and Daddies were able to catch up with friends and enjoy some light refreshments.

The entertainment both indoors and outdoors was fantastic, along with the various dancing schools performing, a great day and night was had by all. 

St Patricks Day Photos

Another St Patricks Day gone, what a huge success it was.  I think St Patricks day should be a weekend every year.  The sun was shining and the children had lots of different areas to play, this meant the hardworking mammies and Daddies were able to catch up with friends and enjoy some light refreshments. The entertainment both indoors and outdoors was fantastic, along with the vari
04/24/18

Auckland Rose of Tralee

Congratulations to our 2018  Auckland Irish Society  Rose of Tralee Jenni Dowley. Jenni is a 24 year old Physiotherapist from Auckland. Born in Waterford she moved 18000km to play Camogie and Gaelic football here in Aotearoa New Zealand. Welcome to the Rose family Jenni!
04/24/18

IBNZ Event

The IBNZ next event is here.  See below link for all the details. https://www.eventbrite.co.nz/e/ibnnz-breakfast-with-minister-of-state-ciaran-cannon-td-tickets-45223426486
04/24/18

Seniors Christmas Party

The Seniors Christmas Party is the highlight for many of our year, this was held at the club on 10 December 2017. See our Gallery page for some of the photos.  What a fantastic afternoon and again a huge amount of thanks to the extended Doran family for working thier magic in the kitchen and also to the huge amount of people helping with the set up. Without all your support this occasion wou
12/18/17

President Higgins visit to NZ Rugby Headquarters

Last month, the President addressed members of the Irish Community in Auckland.
In his speech at this event, the last one of the President's State Visit to New Zealand, the President spoke of the importance of using the Irish language and respecting cultu
Last month, the President addressed members of the Irish Community in Auckland. In his speech at this event, the last one of the President's State Visit to New Zealand, the President spoke of the importance of using the Irish language and respecting culture. He also thanked those who looked after Irish and other immigrants, and encouraged members of the Irish diaspora to stay in touch with re
11/01/17