Sunday, September 19, 2021
THE British Irish Parliamentary Assembly gathered virtually for its 60th Plenary, the first since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic and the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union. Under the theme of ‘Challenges and Changes,’ the event saw Taoiseach Micheál...
THE renowned St Francis Pipe Band celebrated their 90th anniversary Mass at Blessed John Duns Scotus Church, Gorbals, just before Christmas. Fr Edmund Highton was the principal celebrant at the special mass, alongside Fr Anthony who has been involved with...
JENNIFER Hogan Roxburgh, the founder of the Irish Dance Village, was delighted recently to welcome one of world’s top Irish dancers to join her team. New Yorker, Kelsey Schuhle (above), will bring her talents and skills to the Irish Dance...
THE Bellshill and Mossend-based Billy McNeill Commemoration Committee continues to go from strength to strength with their fundraising efforts in the Lanarkshire town. On Saturday November 16, with members of the late Celtic captain’s family in attendance, including widow, Liz...
A SCOTTISH student based in Denmark is calling on Scotland’s Irish community to help him with his dissertation on Irish identity and Scottish independence. Colbyn MacPhail is a Masters Student at the University of Copenhagen and he got in touch...
Paddy Callaghan                  THIS year’s All-Ireland Fleadh in Drogheda broke all records as the rain held back to let Irish culture shine on the east coast of Ireland. For the fleadh-goers from across the...
Chris Coll A LITTLE bit of history was made in Edinburgh recently as Tír Conaill Harps fielded their first ladies’ team in a number of years. A lot of hard work...
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...
MORE than 130 Irish dancers from across Scotland joined forces recently to collaborate in a dance off video as they wait the return of classes and competitions. Scotland's Irish dancers have waited five months to return to competitions as restrictions...
ORGANISERS, participants and attendees in Scotland's first ever Irish Culture and Heritage Day have hailed the day as a resounding success and vowed to work hard to deliver similar celebrations of Irishness in the future. With most of the prominent...
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