Thursday, August 15, 2019
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...
THE dream of the Irish community in Glasgow of having a fitting memorial to the dead and displaced from Ireland’s tragic years of hunger received an enormous boost this month as a quarter of the fundraising target was reached...
Coiste Cuimhneachain An Gorta Mór (Great Hunger Memorial Committee) are continuing their efforts to bring a fitting memorial to the victims of the Great Hunger in Glasgow with a bucket collection at Celtic Park tomorrow. With task of raising the...
Strengthening connections with Irish communities abroad and promoting links with Irish people and people of Irish ancestry worldwide is a key objective of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, writes Irish Vice Consul Lisa Marie Joyce. These communities are...
THE long-established link between the Irish community in West Dunbartonshire and Donegal is set to be honoured with a Friendship Agreement signed between the local council and their counterparts at Donegal County Council. Across the council area there are concentrations...
ONE of the biggest events in the Irish music calendar in Scotland takes place again this weekend with the 20th Jimmy McHugh Memorial Concert. The eagerly anticipated event will take place in Woodside Halls, Glenfarg Street on Saturday January 12...
THE doors of Clydebank Community Sport Hub are now officially open, after the Dean Street sports venue gathered together its member clubs to unveil the first class facilities. The conclusion of the project, with a £3.8million investment gathered from West...
A NEW campaign to challenge anti-Catholic bigotry and anti-Irish racism in Scotland is calling on the multi-generational Irish community here to give their support at a public meeting aimed at launching the group’s efforts. The Call It Out campaign emerged...
BY SIOBHANN DUNN From River Dance shows to live parades and Randox Gala dances the fifty-first Mary from Dungloe was one not to be sniffed at, and with two Glasgow representatives this year the Scottish visitors were out in force...
The Grange Club in Edinburgh is set to host the Annual Irish Culture and Heritage Day next month. Following a hugely successful event in 2017, the 2018 edition – which takes place on September 22 – will welcome cultural and...
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