Tuesday, November 30, 2021
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...
Robert McGlone DECEMBER is always a busy month for football and this year will be no exception with no fewer than six league games on the horizon for Dundee United. With 15 games already played, statistics show it’s all pretty nip...
Ian Colquhoun HIBS nicked a point in their most recent match, away to Celtic, thanks to a late Kevin Nisbet equaliser which tied the match at 1-1. David Turnbull had given the hosts a 1-0 lead with a stunning free-kick, which...
Éimhín Ó Dunaigh Oifigeach Forbartha, Conradh Na Gaeilge, Glaschú CAD é mar atá sibh a chairde? Tá ceist agam daoibh? An mbíonn sibh ag baint úsáid as na meáin shóisialta ar chor ar bith? B'fhéidir go bhfuil tú gafa leofa? Nó...
CALL It Out: The Campaign Against Anti-Catholic Bigotry and Anti-Irish Racism is calling for support for a rally in Glasgow in August as it continues its efforts to oppose hatred and discrimination. The call comes as the Scottish Catholic Observer...
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...
Edward Brady SO that's Cheltenham over for another year and it was a great festival for the Irish once again. Irish-trained horses were responsible for the the first three in eight races—the Mares Hurdles, Ballymore Champion Bumper, Marsh Novices Chase,...
John Joe McGinley THE French sociologist, Gustave de Beaumont, visited Ireland in 1835 and wrote: "I have seen the Indian in his forests, and the Negro in his chains, and thought, as I contemplated their pitiable condition, that I saw...
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...
IRISH cafe chain Bob & Bert’s (above) are set to open their fifth outlet in Scotland, with plans for more already underway. The Stirling cafe joins shops in Kirkcaldy, Falkirk, Dumfries and Dunfermline, and will open its doors this October...
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