Friday, May 7, 2021
MISE arís—Me again! Tá súil agam go raibh Seachtain na Gaeilge nó Lá Fhéile Pádraig den scoith agaibh uilig, cibé ceann a cheiliúrann tú. I hope you all had a brilliant Irish Language week or St Patrick’s Day, whichever...
Ciarán McMullan CALORIE deficit is a term that is used a lot in the fitness industry and has been over complicated to the point where so many have given up trying to understand it. It is, simply put, consuming less...
Jai Owens ON MARCH 1, 40 years ago, in the H-Blocks of Long Kesh, Bobby Sands (above) refused his meals. It was the beginning of a hunger strike that would last 217 days and result in the deaths of 10...
Johnny Foley IT’S usually in November —‘Poppy Season’—when James McClean starts hitting the headlines, so it feels somewhat odd to be doing this in the month of March, for a change. While I admire McClean (above) for speaking-out against the discrimination...
Liam Kelly GAELIC games are an essential part of Irish culture. The ancient sports played a significant role in Ireland’s political history, symbolising an idea of nationhood and unifying a divided country after the horrors of the Civil War. In...
Paddy Callaghan BEING a touring musician, my own position regarding Brexit probably isn’t a surprise to many people. As someone who relies on the ability to freely travel and work in the 27 countries of the EU, the UK’s decision...
Éimhín Ó Dunaigh Oifigeach Forbartha, Conradh Na Gaeilge, Glaschú BHUEL, a chairde, tá muid ar ais ag an am seo den bhliain—tá Lá Fhéile Phádraig 2021 ag druidim linn. Tá súil agam go mbeidh seans agaibh uilig é a cheiliúradh i...
Mickey Mullan AS WE enter into March, there is only one date that’s on every Irish person’s mind—and indeed anyone that has any sort of Irish ancestry. March 17 means more to the Irish than just our patron saint’s day,...
Colette Cooper AS WE continue our daily lockdown trials and tribulations, I have noticed many things, one of which is that a frazzled and unorganised mindset can start to creep up on us and add to our stress and worries....
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...
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