Wednesday, September 30, 2020
HOPE has grown within the Irish community after news that controversial proposed legislation will now be amended by the Scottish Government. There has been apprehension from within the community, and from groups such as Call It Out, that the Hate...
Ian Colquhoun HIBERNIAN end September in third place in Scotland’s Premiership, after enjoying mixed fortunes in the three fixtures since the international break. Two defeats and two draws from nine league matches is an excellent first ‘season quarter’ total for...
Robert McGlone AFTER a poor run of three defeats, Dundee United have improved over the last couple of games as we head towards the completion of the first round of Scottish Premiership fixtures. Heavy 4-0 losses at Rangers and Kilmarnock did...
A SECOND generation Irishman with relatives in Glasgow and Aberdeen is aiming to bring Irish legends to life via a new children’s book entitled Lardoolin: A Magical Irish Fairy Tale about a Boy and his Dog. The story is set...
Edward Brady THE final classic in Ireland was the Irish St Leger, which was won by Search For A Song, trained by the legendary trainer Dermot Weld and ridden by Oisin Orr who chalked up his first Group 1 winner....
Gerard Gough WHILE Hibs won’t be able to lock horns with their old rivals Hearts in Scotland's top flight for at least another season, both sets of fans will no doubt reminisce on past encounters between the two sides, but...
WHILE Covid-19 has affected the livelihoods of many of Ireland’s artisans, a new, unique and bespoke service for crafters and designers who produce exquisite handcrafted goods is aiming to redress the balance. A website (above) has been set up—www.craftersofireland.com—to allow...
Annie Driver IRISH Rugby's official kit sponsor, Canterbury of New Zealand, has come under fire for their marketing of the women’s pro jersey. The striking differences were noticed at the kit launch when models were used to market the female jersey...
Ian Colquhoun NEIL Lennon was the last Hibernian manager to win his opening three league matches as manager. In fact, the Irishman’s Hibs side won their first five league matches of season 2016/17. One has to go far back in...
NICOLA Sturgeon has pledged to listen to feedback about proposed hate crime legislation for Scotland, encouraging those who oppose the law to make their voices heard. Criticism of the Hate Crime and Public Order Bill has been widespread, with many...
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