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Get on your bike and head to Donegal

Hugh Dougherty AS KEEN cyclists, a couple of summers ago, herself and I decided to cycle to Donegal—catching the P&O ferry at Cairnryan for Larne—pedalling all the way round the...

Boolavogue’s Fanfare for the Green

BOOLAVOGUE became the latest band in Scotland’s Irish music scene to add to that rich musical output as they launched their new album, Fanfare for the Green, this month...

An díospóireacht céanna arís

Éimhín Ó Dunaigh Oifigeach Forbartha, Conradh Na Gaeilge, Glaschú LE cúpla bliain anuas níor scríobh mé mórán faoi Acht na Gaeilge agus stádas na Gaeilge sa Tuaisceart. Deirtear ‘is fearr gan...

Community key to Consulate’s success

Mark Hanniffy IN EARLY July—after more than three years in the role—I will conclude my assignment as Ireland’s Consul General in Scotland. It has been a real privilege to have...

Trials, tribulations and treaty

Stephen Coyle ‘ON Thursday morning, I arrived at Lieutenant Sandy Carmichael's home, at Argyle Street, Glasgow. When I entered the house, I took off my overcoat, and hung it on...

Excitement building for Glasgow Mary

Angela Medford IT’S THAT time of year again when the Donegal Diaspora from around the world undertake the proud task of selecting their ‘Mary’—a young women who will represent their...