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Éimhín Ó Dunaigh Oifigeach Forbartha, Conradh Na Gaeilge, Glaschú BHUEL, a chairde, táim ar ais in Albain faoi dheireadh! Rud a bhí ar m’intinn agus mé ar ais in Éirinn—agus atá...

New author aims to bring Irish legends to life

A SECOND generation Irishman with relatives in Glasgow and Aberdeen is aiming to bring Irish legends to life via a new children’s book entitled Lardoolin: A Magical Irish Fairy...

O’Briens on form and a fond farewell to Pat Smullen

Edward Brady THE final classic in Ireland was the Irish St Leger, which was won by Search For A Song, trained by the legendary trainer Dermot Weld and ridden by...

Living poetry is as important as the words on the page

Kate Kerrigan MUM turned 80 last year so my sisters and I decided to take her away. We started planning back at the beginning of the summer, asking Mam...

Why William was one of Celtic’s Bould Bhoys

Liam Kelly THE results of the recent Irish election sees a party with a radical stance on the constitutional question winning a majority of the vote for the first time in...

Citizens Advice Bureaux are needed more than ever

Mairi Hughes OVER the last 81 years, the Citizens Advice Bureau has established itself as a dependable institution across Scotland and across the UK. Currently there are 60 Citizens Advice...