With just over a week left before Donald Trump steps out in front of the world as the United States’ 45th president a period of political uncertainity is looming ever closer. However, what could his administration mean for Irish people both at home and in the Untied States?
Category: Comment & Opinion
Comment & Opinion
IF the year 2016 meant one thing in particular here…
Mayo community rallies around grieving Higgins family after murder-suicide of mother and son, 7, in London
IT’S meant to be a time of anticipation, excitement and wonder,…
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THE racing world is still coming to terms with the heart-breaking injury to the popular Freddie Tylicki, writes jockey Dougie Costello.
‘This continuing disregard for politics is not to be welcomed by any of us’ – Donald Trump wins US Presidential election
I REMEMBER the magic of eight years ago when a…
Out of Control: ‘Cathal McCarron’s book is hard-hitting, disturbing in parts, but always brutally honest’
Christy O’Connor, author of Cathal McCarron’s controversial new book Out of Control, details how he got inside the mind of the GAA player to produce a tale of honesty and redemption.
FIFA ban ignites the poppy debate but no one should be forced to wear one or be ridiculed for defying expectation
FOR the fourth year running, James McClean’s refusal to wear a poppy in the Premier League has attracted tiresome headlines ahead of Remembrance Day.
WITH the GAA set to announce a new five-year broadcasting deal with Sky Sports, we look at what this means for viewers on both sides of the water.
IT WAS unfortunate to read of the passing of one of the greats of Irish racing last week as Francis Flood passed, writes Dougie Costello.