Causeway turns its focus to young professionals

CAUSEWAY: Ireland Scotland Business Exchange will turn its focus to young professionals as it hosts a free and online virtual event putting the spotlight on start-ups and entrepreneurs. With a...

Planning and preparing in the midst of a pandemic

THE devastating impact of the Covid-19 pandemic across the world has also had an impact on Gaelic Games, and in particular Gaelic football in Scotland is now in the...

Causeway elects two businesswomen as new Vice Chairs

CAUSEWAY: Ireland Scotland Business Exchange announced the election of businesswomen Judith O’Leary and Brigid Whoriskey as Vice-Chairs of the organisation (above). Tasked with leading the development of Causeway, liaising with...

Willie was a true community champion

THE Irish in Scotland were sad to hear of the passing recently of community stalwart and founder of Edinburgh's Festival of Ireland, Willie Haines (above). Willie was born in Dundee...

Scotland’s shame to the fore again

Liam Kelly CELTIC Football Club called for action after their players were subjected to racist and sectarian abuse when they arrived at Ibrox on January 2. One man has now...

When prohibition was The Bee’s Knees

Mickey Mullan AS WE head into another month of missing the pub and the likelihood of no romantic restaurant date night for Valentine’s—or even worse, no traditional St Patrick’s Day...