Sunday, October 2, 2022
THE solution to Scotland and Ireland’s Rockall dispute lies in diplomacy, not conflict Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney has said as the situation continues to cause concern for Irish fishermen following Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon’s...
By Aidan Kerlin SINCE their foundation in 1999 Glasgow Gaels had never travelled outside of the UK or Ireland to play Gaelic Football, but that changed and a small piece of history for the club was made in early March. Bainisteoir...
WITH tourist travel across the world disrupted by the presence of the coronavirus and the associated social restrictions, the Irish community in Scotland has been unable to enjoy the physical link it maintains across the Irish Sea. Though some essential...
Robert McGlone HAVING played every team now—and St Johnstone twice—it would appear Dundee United's manager, Micky Mellon, has gone back to defensive basics after a scrappy injury-time goal saw Livingston leave Tannadice with all three points in the bag. Since...
SAFE Home Ireland will this weekend reach out to their many followers online and look to share their message with as many new friends as possible as they host a live concert on Facebook. With a range of musicians—including Minister...
THE Bellshill and Mossend-based Billy McNeill Commemoration Committee continues to go from strength to strength with their fundraising efforts in the Lanarkshire town. On Saturday November 16, with members of the late Celtic captain’s family in attendance, including widow, Liz...
Robert McGlone AFTER a poor run of three defeats, Dundee United have improved over the last couple of games as we head towards the completion of the first round of Scottish Premiership fixtures. Heavy 4-0 losses at Rangers and Kilmarnock did...
Robert McGlone AS DUNDEE United geared up for the new Premiership season, news rang out of the surprise departure of head coach Robbie Neilson who has since returned to Hearts. While Neilson's exit came as a shock to the club...
Ian Colquhoun SIR Tom Farmer is the father of modern Hibernian, having taken the helm at the club in 1990/91 when it was near bankrupt, playing in a charming, but dangerously antiquated stadium and long starved of on-field success. When he...
Éimhín Ó Dunaigh Oifigeach Forbartha, Conradh Na Gaeilge, Glaschú LE cúpla bliain anuas níor scríobh mé mórán faoi Acht na Gaeilge agus stádas na Gaeilge sa Tuaisceart. Deirtear ‘is fearr gan scéala ar bith ná drochscéala’ ach faraor ní thig leat...
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