Gaelic Sports – Historic Win

Grown men cried this weekend (and not just losers) as once again, Gaelic sports served up heroic performances, writes Ciaran McGowan. There were unlikely results that will live long in memories of th...

The Irish Dracula

Perhaps Irishman Bram Stoker wasn’t inspired by Romanian legends. There’s plenty of evidence that suggests his masterpiece Dracula came from Irish horror stories. Leonie O’Hara reports.

Claim Your Irish Heritage

The office of Certificate of Irish Heritage and Ireland of Welcomes are inviting readers to share their ancestors’ stories and receive a complimentary Certificate to celebrate their Irish heritage.

GAA – Gods playing tricks

The ‘ GAA Gods ’ play tricks on us sometimes, writes Ciarán McGowan. Last weekend they messed with our heads and conjured performances and results that saw Leitrim’s footballers lucky to draw with Lo...

Gaelic Sports – A Day in Sun

The wonderful thing about our Gaelic sports is that every one of our 32 counties has their day in sun – their day to shine. Last Saturday evening, footballers of Meath and Wicklow went toe to toe in ...

The story of Raglan Road

By Lucy Earley  It’s Bailey Pub, Dublin. The year is 1966. The place is packed with people sitting at bar and at small tables. Loud raucous banter, laughter and slow drone of conversations fill air. ...

Gaelic Sports – Much to Talk About

There was so much to talk about after last weekend’s games, says your guide to Gaelic Sports this summer Ciaran McGowan. The footballers of Monaghan and Wexford both won, with latter worthy of partic...