Sunday, November 27, 2022
Johnny Foley YOU could be forgiven for assuming a book about American Football in the small town of Odessa, Texas could draw absolutely no parallel with life here in Donegal, but upon the reading of Friday Night Lights by HG...
John Joe McGinley ONE of the most haunted places in the commonwealth of Pennsylvania in the United States is the scene of a terrible murder of a heavily pregnant Irish emigrant and her brother at the hands of hired killers. Early...
A GREEN and White Christmas is on the cards in both Glasgow and Edinburgh as both the Celtic FC Foundation and Helping Hands call for support for their festive efforts. Born out of the ambitious plans of Hibs supporters to...
Mairi Hughes AS A screen time report pops up on my phone telling me I have spent 35 per cent more time on my screen than last week, I remembered that last week’s report told me I had spent 22...
By Mark Hanniffy ST Patrick’s Day—Ireland’s national day—has become a unique worldwide celebration. It’s much more than a single day of course. Here in Scotland the celebrations began with the start of the Coatbridge St Patrick’s Day Festival on March...
TRAVEL to Donegal brings with it opportunities to take advantage of a whole host of attractions. For some it is the chance to visit family, for others a jaunt up Mount Errigal or a day among the waves at...
Hugh Dougherty WE’RE not long back from a two-night stay at one of the most atmospheric Airbnb lets in Ireland, and one that allows you to track the past. My wife and I stayed at Cashelnagor Station, literally in the middle...
BELFAST solicitor Niall Murphy has taken a huge step towards recovery as he is moved from intensive care. The human rights lawyer was taken ill following a trip to America, and after being admitted to hospital the 43-year-old father of...
THE Scottish Government’s International Network of offices has been seeking to raise the spirits and to connect with their friends across the world by launching a series of virtual concerts the #ScotlandSessions. While the Covid-19 pandemic has obviously halted any...
IRELAND'S new Diaspora Minister has been announced following the formation of the new Government. Colm Brophy TD will now have responsibility for the Irish diaspora around the world, and has already pledged to listen to and support Irish communities wherever...
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