Saturday, October 16, 2021
CAUSEWAY: Ireland Scotland Business Exchange announced the election of businesswomen Judith O’Leary and Brigid Whoriskey as Vice-Chairs of the organisation (above). Tasked with leading the development of Causeway, liaising with governments, partners and advisers and assisting with the chairing of...
THE Irish in Scotland were sad to hear of the passing recently of community stalwart and founder of Edinburgh's Festival of Ireland, Willie Haines (above). Willie was born in Dundee on November 28, 1947. His family were celebrated trade unionists...
Liam Kelly CELTIC Football Club called for action after their players were subjected to racist and sectarian abuse when they arrived at Ibrox on January 2. One man has now been arrested for sectarian offences, whilst the rest have got...
Mickey Mullan AS WE head into another month of missing the pub and the likelihood of no romantic restaurant date night for Valentine’s—or even worse, no traditional St Patrick’s Day in the pub—I can’t help but look enviously at friends...
STANDARDS at Celtic are often mentioned by former players when discussing their current counterparts, with many such former players in recent years mentioning their shock when joining Celtic at the way in which the club is so geared towards...
THE scale of Celtic Connections this year may have seen a departure from the huge numbers of performers and audience members who now typify the festival, but as the curtain came down on the final performance it was hailed...
Johnny Foley IT'S probably fair enough to suggest that over the last five years or so—and particularly during these prolonged periods of ongoing lockdown—our reliance on visual entertainment has sky-rocketed; on a par with that of the 1980s and 1990s.  Mind...
Éimhín Ó Dunaigh Oifigeach Forbartha, Conradh Na Gaeilge, Glaschú BHUEL, a chairde, beannachtaí libh arís ó Áth Cliath – tá mé fós anseo i ndiadh na Nollag! Níl mé ag gearán faoi , tá a fhios agam cinnte go...
Tony O'Neill IT WOULD have been easy to cancel or postpone this year’s Celtic Connections given the current climate, so many other events have fallen by the wayside already, but Donald Shaw and his committee decided to proceed with Glasgow’s...
JANUARY marked the launch of the Joint Bilateral Review of Scottish-Irish Relations, as Ireland’s Minister for Foreign Affairs, Simon Coveney, TD and the Scotland’s Cabinet Secretary for External Affairs Michael Russell, MSP unveiled the results of the wide-ranging consultation...
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