Wednesday, February 8, 2023
Johnny FoleyUSUALLY when books are written with a rural Donegal setting, they tend to generally fill up with the usual tropes—a thatched cottage, the straw roof with a donkey and cart thrown in somewhere along the way....
Murray Leith and Jo LaingTHIS month Glasgow Irish Bands and Gigs catches up with the Legendary Derek Warfield and the Young Wolfe Tones. Ireland has a very old heritage and tradition of the bards and Derek Warfield...

Mob and magistrates

Tom MinogueIN LOOKING for reasons why so many leaders of the Dunfermline community had sympathy with the prisoner Alexander Black it is worth noting something the Lord Justice Clerk, Lord Hope, identified. He stated: “That the magistrates...
CAUSEWAY: Ireland Scotland Business Exchange announced an expansion of their team as Taoiseach Micheál Martin spoke to the British-Irish Association about the the need to continue to work at the relationship between our two islands at a...
ALL-Ireland GAA finals are the centrepiece events for people across the 32 counties and among the Irish diaspora. A packed Croke Park awaiting the summer’s best hurling or football teams are the pinnacle moments in our sporting...
Mickey MullanTHE summer is almost over and given that I’m known to be a walking cliche I feel like breaking into the Bagatelle song Boston Rose, as the tourists have all gone and the children are all...
L J SextonI RECENTLY had a frank discussion about ‘dating’ with my kids and a couple of their pals, who told me that despite the modern age of dating sites like Tinder or Bumble they’d much prefer...
Ciarán McMullanYOU don’t have to master your mindset, but you do need to be mindful of it. “The way in which we approach life is greatly influenced by the way in which we see ourselves, others and...
CAUSEWAY: Ireland Scotland Business Exchange are looking ahead to a busy schedule of events, including their annual awards dinner, as they draw on the experience and expertise of a new board member and Premier Partner.Eamon Fallon, Financial...
Johnny FoleyHAVING spent the last eight months doing a daily commute from Letterkenny to Carrick—a journey that takes approximately 90-minutes to and fro—I have to confess that my morning mood of frustration before setting out each day...
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