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A NEW book will chart some of the intriguing figures who help make up the global Irish diaspora, after award winning author Turtle Bunbury turned his gaze to those Irish people who have left their mark outside the country. With...
CELTIC Connections have announced the line-up for their annual celebration of traditional music, which will this year have a very different look to it. Normally a chance for fans of traditional music to flock to Glasgow, with more than 100,000...
LIKE all GAA clubs worldwide, Tír Conaill Harps have had to adapt to what is the new normal, but despite all the restrictions the Glasgow club have actually increased its number of underage players. Much more planning than usual had...
DRAWING on the famous support of the green and white faithful is more difficult now than it has ever been for Celtic players, and while Celtic Park echoes to nothing other than their own shouts they will have to...
THE vibrant Irish pub scene in Scotland may be suffering for the lockdown enforced in Scotland, but in Glasgow it has seen a new focus come on to the importance of Irish music to the city and its surrounding...
Ian Colquhoun NEIL Lennon was the last Hibernian manager to win his opening three league matches as manager. In fact, the Irishman’s Hibs side won their first five league matches of season 2016/17. One has to go far back in...
DESPITE a second restricted St Patrick’s Day, celebrations took place across the country as the Irish community in Scotland overcame the challenges of Covid-19. Gathering online and swapping the usual street celebrations for digital events, the events in Scotland mirrored...
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...
THE 2021 Census took place this month in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, with Scotland’s national headcount delayed for another 12 months. It means that the Irish community in Scotland will have to wait until 2022 until they can submit...
JANUARY marked the launch of the Joint Bilateral Review of Scottish-Irish Relations, as Ireland’s Minister for Foreign Affairs, Simon Coveney, TD and the Scotland’s Cabinet Secretary for External Affairs Michael Russell, MSP unveiled the results of the wide-ranging consultation...
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