Friday, June 18, 2021
THE place of the multi-generational Irish community in Scotland within the sectarianism framework in Scotland was once again the focus of discussion and challenge as Collective Leadership held an event (above) on tackling sectarianism in Scotland as part of...
THE relationship between Scotland and Ireland is set to enter a new phase, with governments of both countries undertaking an unprecedented joint strategic review to enhance existing areas of co-operation and identify new areas for collaborative work. As part of...
THE countdown to the installation of artist John McCarron’s Tower Of Silence in Glasgow can now begin following a gala fundraiser in Glasgow which secured vital funds for the memorial to the Great Hunger. With the target for the construction...
THE place of white ethnic minorities in Scotland—including the Irish community—was widely examined in the aftermath of the controversy surrounding Resisting Whiteness, a conference held at Edinburgh University. The event (above) was planned by anti-racism activists, but nevertheless had spaces...
THOSE responsible for the deliberate fire at a popular Celtic bar in Govan are being hunted by Police Scotland as it was announced that the Tall Cranes will close for at least six months while it undergoes refurbishment. The Tall...
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...
Ian Colquhoun A 75TH birthday party doesn’t usually have a very momentous evening, but no-one will ever say that about the great Pat Stanton’s. The former Hibs, Celtic and Scotland star’s 75th bash at The Usher Hall in Edinburgh was packed...
Michael Brady IT’S perhaps no surprise that someone imbued with the love of the Catholic faith from an early age decided to take up a vocation, but it’s an amusing coincidence that someone who loves fishing so much would eventually...
THE sights, sounds, language and culture of Ireland came to Edinburgh for the day as The Consulate General of Ireland, GAA Scotland and Conradh na Gaeilge Glaschu joined forces to deliver yet another exciting Irish Culture and Heritage Day. The...
POLICE Scotland have become embroiled in the use of anti-Catholic and anti-Irish chants —which has also seen Rangers FC forced to close a section of their stadium by governing body UEFA—after it was alleged at the Court of Session...
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