Thursday, June 17, 2021
THE language used by those discussing hatred and intolerance in Scotland has witnessed a change following years of efforts by community representatives. With attempts such as those by Call It Out; The Campaign Against...
THE entirely reasonable hope that Celtic’s season drawing to a long-awaited close might allow supporters to draw a line under the miserable offering from the club in the age of Covid-19 looks to have been a vain...
Mary McGinty SCOTLAND'S first-ever safe deposit company is celebrating a year of trading in its Edinburgh premises. Since the launch of Glasgow Vaults in Glasgow—which was officially opened by First Minister,...
Ian Colquhoun HIBERNIAN'S relatively good 2020/21 season and third placed league finish with subsequent European qualification is to be lauded. Jack Ross, in his relatively short time thus far in the Easter Road hotseat,...
Robert McGlone THERE'S a feeling of déjà vu all over again at Dundee United, as the club announced the departure of first team manager Micky Mellon by mutual consent. Mellon (above)...
Edward Brady IT WAS sad to hear recently of the death of the legendary punter and trainer, Barney Curley (above), who passed away at the age of 81. What a man he was. He was the mastermind behind the greatest...
THE year 2022 is shaping up to be an exciting one for everyone involved with Scotland GAA, with the organisation set to celebrate its 125th anniversary and also the Pearse Park Centre for Culture and Sport entering into an...
Brian Ó hEadhra MANY readers will know of St Columba (Colmcille) and his legacy across Ireland, Scotland and further afield.  This year we are celebrating Colmcille’s 1500th birthday through various religious, community, academic and cultural events, and projects.  These activities...
UNDERAGE GAA finally got back underway in Glasgow recently as Dunedin Og GFC travelled through to Cambuslang to complete with Tír Conaill Harps in challenge matches at both U12s and U10s level. The level of skill and ability on show...
ANOTHER feather was added to the cap of Scotland’s Irish diaspora recently as Lyn Crumlish won a prestigious writing award for her short story Grieve.  Lyn was one of five writers awarded first prize in the competition, held in conjunction...
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