Thursday, September 24, 2020
WIDESPREAD criticism has been aimed at Police Scotland and public authorities in Scotland following following aggression from far right and Loyalist gatherings in George Square in Glasgow. After the square was taken over by a menacing group claiming they were...
AS THE Scottish Government unveiled its plans for the country’s progress through the phases back to normality following the introduction of lockdown to combat the Coronavirus pandemic, the Irish community and the many organisations which keep Irish culture alive...
Jeanette Findlay I MET Helen—and her soon to be husband—Chris (above) in November 2013, when they volunteered to help the Fans Against Criminalisation campaign do a collection at Celtic Part for the ‘Dam Bhoys’—a group of Celtic supporters who were...
IRISH generosity has seen Native American communities in America benefit from donations at this time of uncertainty and hardship. Donations were made online with the aim of reaching a target of $5 million to support Navajo and Hopi communities who...
WITH a thriving membership and club activities extending across Scotland's main centres of population, Scotland GAA is one of the most vibrant and visible Irish organisations in the country. Their influence is now extending beyond the world of sport,...
THE daughter of the late Celtic player Johnny Doyle has reacted to the release of RTÉ archive footage which has allowed her to hear her father’s voice for the first time since his death. Having previously issued a call for...
THE place of the multi-generational Irish community in Scotland within the sectarianism framework in Scotland was once again the focus of discussion and challenge as Collective Leadership held an event (above) on tackling sectarianism in Scotland as part of...
THE relationship between Scotland and Ireland is set to enter a new phase, with governments of both countries undertaking an unprecedented joint strategic review to enhance existing areas of co-operation and identify new areas for collaborative work. As part of...
THE countdown to the installation of artist John McCarron’s Tower Of Silence in Glasgow can now begin following a gala fundraiser in Glasgow which secured vital funds for the memorial to the Great Hunger. With the target for the construction...
THE place of white ethnic minorities in Scotland—including the Irish community—was widely examined in the aftermath of the controversy surrounding Resisting Whiteness, a conference held at Edinburgh University. The event (above) was planned by anti-racism activists, but nevertheless had spaces...
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