Saturday, January 22, 2022
Campaign group Fans Against Criminalisation have called for the Irish community to join the final battle to repeal the 'illiberal and counterproductive' Offensive Behaviour at Football act. With the summary of evidence from the Justice Committee currently being gathered into...
Glasgow's Irish community will know what their long-awaited memorial to the Great Hunger will look like by this summer, after the details of a design competition were announced by the Coiste Cuimhneachain An Gorta Mór (Great Hunger Memorial Committee) With...
Tánaiste Simon Coveney has paid tribute to the British Secretary of Northern Ireland after he resigned from the government. The shock move was announced as James Brokenshire - who assumed the role in July 2016 - revealed that he was...
BY SIOBHANN DUNN Jessica Tevenan has been chosen as Glasgow’s 51st Mary from Dungloe entrant. Selected on sunday, March 11, the 21-year-old is no stranger to the Rosses. Having family in Leitir and being christened in St Conal’s church in Doochery,...
The work of Coiste Cuimhneachain an Gorta Mór (Great Hunger Memorial Committee) has reached another milestone as the first designs for the highly anticipated memorial in Glasgow are submitted for consideration. The site at St Mary’s Church, Abercromby Street, has...
The Irish community was celebrating as people power won the day and the Offensive Behaviour at Football and Threatening Communications (Scotland) Act 2012 was consigned to history. The act had been described as ‘the worst piece of legislation in the...
Best known around their home city of Glasgow for their achievements in Gaelic football, Tír Conaill Harps’ reputation in the small ball game is continuing to grow now as well. In hurling and camogie the club are making great gains,...
The links between Scotland and Ireland stretch back to time immemorial, but while many cultural links in many spheres have been formalised, those whose passion lies in the literary world may sometimes have felt that the interactions between the...
Davy Rispin IT WILL go down as one of the most unique and unusual GAA Championships of all time, devoid of crowds, sunscreen, umbrellas, tinfoil sandwiches and everything else you associate with a traditional summer series. However, the usual bucket...
A FRESH light has been shone on some of Scotland’s most iconic female musicians thanks to award-winning, Donegal-born, documentary maker, Helena Gallagher and her newest programme God Save The Quine. Over the past four months Helena’s HG Productions have...
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