Saturday, May 8, 2021
Liam Kelly SINCE the last issue of The Irish Voice, the anniversary of Aidan McAnespie’s cold blooded murder has rolled around. Though the dark days of conflict are thankfully no more in Ireland, the past still needs to be dealt...

A look at a legend

Evan Baxter-Carr IRISH literature is a vast world of captivating mythology, brimming with imagination and wonder. There are many cycles of ancient Irish literature, all of which harbour great heroic—often magical—tales, most notably the Ulster Cycle. Set in the 1st...
Liam Kelly FOR Irish Republicans across the 32 counties and for the majority of the Irish diaspora, a United Ireland has been a long-held desire. Regardless of political, social and economic benefits—the desire has always been there as an emotional...
Michael Brady PERU is one of the countries that have been hit hardest by the Coronavirus pandemic. Despite the government moving quickly to impose curfews and strict border controls, at the time of writing, there has been more than 600,000...
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 decades. Sinn Féin’s largest victory in Ireland was in the...
Stephen Coyle JUNE 28 marked the centenary of the event known as the Connaught Rangers’ mutiny in India, so it is fitting that the story of John Hughes who was the only Scot to have taken part in the mutiny,...
Ian Colquhoun IRELAND and England’s football communities are united in mourning the passing of John ‘Jack’ Charlton (above), as sport in these islands loses a true legend to the sands of time. As a footballer, Jack was a one-club man, that...
Liam Kelly JOSEPH Shaughnessy had a huge impact on the outwardly political identity of Celtic in the early years. Born in Bridgeton in 1850, to Irish parents, Shaughnessy grew up being well educated on the ideology of Irish Republicanism. At...
John Joe McGinley THE French sociologist, Gustave de Beaumont, visited Ireland in 1835 and wrote: "I have seen the Indian in his forests, and the Negro in his chains, and thought, as I contemplated their pitiable condition, that I saw...
MEN’S Gaelic football in Scotland concluded for the year with a gala occasion as hundreds of supporters joined four clubs in Coatbridge for the junior and senior finals. Tír Conaill Harps and Dalriada first contested the junior final, with...
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