Monday, March 1, 2021
Ian Colquhoun HIBERNIAN’S fine winning streak was ended by Motherwell at Easter Road at the end of February. Goals from Jordan Roberts and Devante Cole gave the Steelmen a fairly straightforward victory against a somewhat insipid Hibs side, whose performance...
Mick Kane THE Dubliner, Conor McGregor, returned to the cage for the first time in a year at the end of January. It wasn't the much-heralded return that he may have hoped for when he suffered a second-round stoppage defeat...
THE life and times of the celebrated Irish Republican, Margaret Skinnider (above), will take centre stage thanks to a new play in the works. The play is an initiative that has been driven by the 1916 Rising Centenary Committee (Scotland),...
THE current Covid-19 pandemic has forced GAA clubs throughout Scotland to come up with innovative ways of keeping their members informed and involved and Robert Gordon University GAA Club is no different. The club recently came up with a fundraising...
Edward Brady WELL it won’t be long until Cheltenham now and Willie Mullins is responsible for the favourites in 13 of the 28 races at the festival meeting. He’s also the hot favourite to be the leading trainer at short...
A NEW creative partnership between the Consulate General of Ireland in Edinburgh and the city’s Traverse Theatre aims to support the promotion of Irish arts in Scotland. A series of projects this spring will shine a light on Irish theatre...
CAUSEWAY: Ireland Scotland Business Exchange will turn its focus to young professionals as it hosts a free and online virtual event putting the spotlight on start-ups and entrepreneurs. With a large growth in younger members of the exchange of the...
THE devastating impact of the Covid-19 pandemic across the world has also had an impact on Gaelic Games, and in particular Gaelic football in Scotland is now in the unusual position of preparing for a new season without the...
CAUSEWAY: Ireland Scotland Business Exchange announced the election of businesswomen Judith O’Leary and Brigid Whoriskey as Vice-Chairs of the organisation (above). Tasked with leading the development of Causeway, liaising with governments, partners and advisers and assisting with the chairing of...
THE Irish in Scotland were sad to hear of the passing recently of community stalwart and founder of Edinburgh's Festival of Ireland, Willie Haines (above). Willie was born in Dundee on November 28, 1947. His family were celebrated trade unionists...
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