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Éimhín Ó Dunaigh Oifigeach Forbartha, Conradh Na Gaeilge, Glaschú NA LAETHANTA seo bíonn sé deacair, i mo bharúil féin, a chreidiúint an bealach a mbíonn cúrsaí polaitiúla ag dul ar aghaidh, idir Trump agus Breatimeacht agus a leithéid agus mar sin...
A SCOTTISH patrol boat is at the centre of the latest dispute around Rockall after Marine Scotland officials boarded an Irish trawler. The skipper of the Northern Celt, based at Greencastle in Donegal, was instructed that he was no longer...
With just a few weeks before the UK is due to leave the EU, I am very conscious that many Irish citizens here may have concerns about the possible impact on their lives, writes Irish Ambassador Adrian O'Neill. I want...
Stephen Colbert HISTORIC. The word is overused. But, in the case of the 2020 Irish General Election it is appropriate because longstanding rivals Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael along with the Green Party are in government together. February’s ground-breaking General Election...
Annie Driver MORE inquests have been held at Birmingham and Solihull coroners court into the deaths of three women who were patients of Ian Paterson; Christine Gould, Lindsey Phipps and Judith Bruce. Cancer was recorded on each of the women’s death...
A NEW research project is seeking to interview people from the North of Ireland about one of the lesser known stories of Irish migration—people in the Glasgow area who arrived from the North of Ireland after 1945. The oral history...
Cara Wynne IN January 2019, I wrote an opinion piece for The Irish Voice telling my dad’s story of his last 36 hours on a trolley in the Emergency Department (ED) corridor at University Hospital Limerick (UHL) where he died....
Éimhín Ó Dunaigh Oifigeach Forbartha, Conradh Na Gaeilge, Glaschú BEANNACHTAÍ ó Éirinn a chairde. Mar a bhí mé ag rá an mhí seo caite tá mise anseo ar feadh ceithre seachtaine chun tamaill a chaitheamh le mo mháthair agus mo theaghlach,...
MAINTAINING business connections in the time of Covid-19 has presented a challenge for Causeway: Ireland Scotland Business Exchange, but it is a challenge they have risen to with events such as their Young Professionals Career Development sessions. The free online...
AS THE Scottish Government unveiled its plans for the country’s progress through the phases back to normality following the introduction of lockdown to combat the Coronavirus pandemic, the Irish community and the many organisations which keep Irish culture alive...
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