Gweedore’s priest was gung-ho for justice

John Joe McGinley IN THE parish of Gweedore on the Wild Atlantic Way, a man of faith who fought for the rights of his parishioners against unjust foreign landlords is...

Harps share their highlights of a successful 2019

Liam Duffy WITH a successful year in which the club lifted county silverware on the park, welcomed scores of young Gaelic footballers to the sport and adapted to life at...

Ar scáth a cheile a mhaireann ár bpobal

Éimhín Ó Dunaigh Oifigeach Forbartha, Conradh Na Gaeilge, Glaschú ATHBHLIAIN faoi mhaise agus faoi shéan agaibh go léir a chairde. Tá súil agam go raibh saoire Nollag mhaith agaibh agus go...

Drop Hugh a line about transport links

CONTRIBUTOR to The Irish Voice, Hugh Dougherty, wants to hear from members of the Glasgow Irish community whose grandparents or parents worked on the Glasgow Corporation Transport trams, trolleybuses...

Election opens door to united Ireland

Stephen Colbert THERE is much pessimism north of the border with England about the Tory landslide. However, north of the Irish border there are reasons for great optimism. For the...

Painting a picture of an artiste

Mary McGinty AS ELDER statesmen go, John Cairney (above) is in a class of his own. A singular talent, prolific in all his chosen fields, he is a leading figure...