Thursday, November 24, 2022
AFTER two long years without the opportunity to celebrate St Patrick’s Day, the global Irish diaspora is once again gathering to celebrate their Irishness on the feast of Ireland's patron saint.Cities and town all over the world...
Brian DuffyREADERS might recall an article which appeared in The Irish Voice last October, which told the story of the collaboration between two groups of football supporters to create a permanent memorial to celebrate the life and...
IRISH In Britain welcomed the award of funds through the National Lottery heritage Fund, which will allow the organisation to lead an ambitious 50th anniversary project.The project will tell the story of how the Irish community here...
Reassurances to the Irish community living in Britain have come both from the UK Home Office and the Irish Ambassador to Britain following a disruptive and concerning decision by a Home Office official. Following a case in the north of...
Ian Colquhoun A 75TH birthday party doesn’t usually have a very momentous evening, but no-one will ever say that about the great Pat Stanton’s. The former Hibs, Celtic and Scotland star’s 75th bash at The Usher Hall in Edinburgh was packed...
Edward Brady WELL after it looking like there would be no meaningful movement to get Irish racing up and running before June 29, its eventual return—behind closed doors of course—was confirmed for June 8. Given that the industry employs 15,000 and...
FOLLOWING a lengthy break from activity on the pitch, Glasgow Gaels youth section have finally been able to return to action. Underage training recommenced in mid-July after Covid-19 restrictions had brought a halt to proceedings back in March and...
THE Irish community in Coatbridge said a fond farewell to an iconic figure in the history of the Irish in Scotland as Fr Eamonn Sweeney retired as parish priest of St Patrick’s, Coatbridge after 25 years of priestly service...
Ian Colquhoun IF YOU looked at social media of late, it would appear that fans of every club in the Scottish Premiership—bar Livingston and Rangers—are disgruntled in one way or another, with some calling for managerial changes and others merely...
Ian Dunn AT THE end of a Six Nations like no other, there were mixed emotions all round. The Welsh had won but were being denied a Grand Slam by France at the death. The French were second again but...
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