Friday, September 20, 2019
A NEW book aimed at celebrating the life of the former Celtic star known as ‘the man who loved the green,’ Johnny Doyle, is in the works. The much-loved winger (above)—who was tragically electrocuted and died in his family home...
Paddy Callaghan                  THIS year’s All-Ireland Fleadh in Drogheda broke all records as the rain held back to let Irish culture shine on the east coast of Ireland. For the fleadh-goers from across the...
Paddy Callaghan THE All-Britain Fleadh—essentially the British Championships for Irish culture —took place recently in the picturesque market town of Kirkby Lonsdale. The Fleadh always attracts a large audience from across Britain and Ireland, but is usually confined to a school...
WORK on the much-awaited Tower Of Silence by Donegal sculptor John McCarron has commenced as fundraising by the Coiste Cuimhneachain An Gorta Mór (Great Hunger Memorial Committee) continues apace. Already more than £50,000 of the required £80,000 has been raised...
CALL It Out: The Campaign Against Anti-Catholic Bigotry and Anti-Irish Racism is calling for support for a rally in Glasgow in August as it continues its efforts to oppose hatred and discrimination. The call comes as the Scottish Catholic Observer...
BOOLAVOGUE became the latest band in Scotland’s Irish music scene to add to that rich musical output as they launched their new album, Fanfare for the Green, this month at Malones Irish Bar in Glasgow. The event, held in the...
Angela Medford IT’S THAT time of year again when the Donegal Diaspora from around the world undertake the proud task of selecting their ‘Mary’—a young women who will represent their city, county or community at the annual Mary From Dungloe...
THE solution to Scotland and Ireland’s Rockall dispute lies in diplomacy, not conflict Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney has said as the situation continues to cause concern for Irish fishermen following Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon’s...
THIS year’s World Irish Dancing Championships saw a number of Scottish successes once again, with Sharon Taylor’s Irish Dance Academy leading the way. The championships, which were held last month in the Koury Convention Centre in Greensboro, North Carolina in...
Sarah Jane McGeown CEANN Creige Hurling and Camogie Club has become Scotland’s latest GAA Club after an official launch in the East End of Glasgow. The new club—named after its birthplace Craigend —currently offers children between the ages of 4-14 the...
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