Tuesday, January 31, 2023
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...
THE vile anti-Irish and bigoted abuse that was hurled at Celtic players as they arrived at Ibrox Stadium (above) is now the subject of a Police Scotland investigation—although no arrests were made despite the close proximity of officers to...
IRISH In Britain have called for community organisations to share their experiences of supporting the diaspora here during the coronavirus in the hope that issues such as isolation and meeting the needs of those requiring care can be addressed...
PRESIDENT Michael D Higgins has used his 2020 Easter address to share his feelings on the 'abrupt changes to our way of life' during the coronavirus outbreak and asked Irish people to place a light in their windows on...
Liam Kelly THE results of the recent Irish election sees a party with a radical stance on the constitutional question winning a majority of the vote for the first time in decades. Sinn Féin’s largest victory in Ireland was in the...
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...
Murray Leith and Jo Lang You’re an Irishman currently living and playing in Chicago, how would you describe the differences with the Irish music scene? I would say there are far more similarities than differences. In Chicago there’s a vibrant Irish...
QATAR-based Irish singer Philip Noone (above), has his sights set on performing for Scotland’s Irish diaspora once the lockdown restrictions are eased. Philip, who has been playing Irish music all over the world for the past 15 years hasn’t yet...
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...
Ian Colquhoun HIBERNIAN end September in third place in Scotland’s Premiership, after enjoying mixed fortunes in the three fixtures since the international break. Two defeats and two draws from nine league matches is an excellent first ‘season quarter’ total for...
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