Culture, celebrations and connections

Jane McCulloch HAVING arrived in Scotland to take up post as Consul General of Ireland in July, I have had a busy and exciting time delving into and exploring the...

Mission possible for Irish priest

Michael Brady IT’S perhaps no surprise that someone imbued with the love of the Catholic faith from an early age decided to take up a vocation, but it’s an amusing...

Cool heads at Call It Out amid chaos

THE measured and peaceful protests carried out by the Call It Out campaign look set to continue as public processions in Glasgow and elsewhere descend into chaos around them. The...

Irish culture thriving in Scotland

THE sights, sounds, language and culture of Ireland came to Edinburgh for the day as The Consulate General of Ireland, GAA Scotland and Conradh na Gaeilge Glaschu joined forces...

Singing from a tired hymn sheet

POLICE Scotland have become embroiled in the use of anti-Catholic and anti-Irish chants —which has also seen Rangers FC forced to close a section of their stadium by governing...

Donegal’s Tunnel Tigers are honoured in new memorial

A SPECIAL memorial honouring the life and work of Donegal’s Tunnel Tigers in Scotland, the UK and throughout the world was unveiled in Dungloe recently. The structure (above)—situated in the...