Friday, April 9, 2021
IRISH In Britain recently hosted an online meeting with the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Ireland, during which MPs were updated on the work of the Irish community during lockdown. Also attending the meeting were Ireland’s Ambassador to Britain Adrian O’Neill...
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...
LAST month, members of Cairde na hÉireann cumann, Glasgow Republicans, took part in a charity climb at Ben Lomond. The event was postponed from its original date of November 1 due to adverse weather and was intended to coincide with...
THE departure of Neil Lennon from Celtic has provided a further and final sign that not all was well with Celtic this season. In fact, very little—if anything—was as should be expected. The manager has departed, the CEO is on...
Edward Brady WELL Willie Mullins is on his way to becoming the Champion Trainer once again after having a great run with 16 winners over the Christmas period, including Concertista (above)—winner of the Mares Novice Hurdle at Cheltenham last...
AS THE future for travel begins to take place, one bright note for travellers from Ireland to Scotland is the announcement of a service from Edinburgh to Ireland West Airport Knock to launch this September. The service will be operated...
A FRESH light has been shone on some of Scotland’s most iconic female musicians thanks to award-winning, Donegal-born, documentary maker, Helena Gallagher and her newest programme God Save The Quine. Over the past four months Helena’s HG Productions have...
SENIOR politicians in Ireland and Irish consular staff in Edinburgh have vowed to make ‘every effort’ to maintain the current status of Irish people living in Britain, after British Prime Minister Theresa May failed to rule out a change...
SANDS MacSwineys kicked off their efforts in what has been a stop-start campaign with a home tie against Tír Conaill Harps, with a strong contingent of homegrown players representing both clubs. The hosts started well in a fast-paced encounter and...
IRISH cafe chain Bob & Bert’s (above) are set to open their fifth outlet in Scotland, with plans for more already underway. The Stirling cafe joins shops in Kirkcaldy, Falkirk, Dumfries and Dunfermline, and will open its doors this October...
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