Human remains on Canadian beach are Irish famine victims say, scientists

Posted By: June 08, 2019

Niall O’Dowd@niallodowd  Irish Central.Saturday, June 8, 2019 Canadian scientists have confirmed that the bones found washed up on a beach at Forillon National Park in Quebec in 2011 and 2016 are Irish Famine victims from the 1847 Carricks shipwreck.Three of the bodies washed up in 2011 and have been identified as two seven-year-old boys and an eleven-year-old boy. Their bones indicated severe malnutrition […]

Alliance should not be neutral on the future of this island

Posted By: June 07, 2019

A surge in support for Alliance secured Naomi Long a seat in the European Parliament. Denis Bradley. Irish news. Belfast. Thursday, June 7, 2019. I could swear that I heard John Hume say that a bridge can’t be built from the middle of the river. It was an image to describe the efforts of the Alliance Party. It […]

Being ‘too clever by half’ is occupational hazard for many clever writers

Posted By: June 07, 2019

IRISH CONGRESSIONAL BRIEFING Distributed to Congress by Irish National Caucus “State-sponsored sectarianism/racism – the twin evils of the world.” —Fr. Sean Mc ManusLetters to Editor. Irish News. Belfast. Published Monday, June 3, 2019 I always read Patrick Murphy’s column. He is a very clever writer but in some instances, he may be ‘too clever by half’ which could be […]

IRA’s ‘Johnston’s Motor Car’ made famous by The Dubliners found in Donegal after almost 100 years

Posted By: June 07, 2019

Seamus McKinney. Irish News. Friday, June 7, 2019 Cathal McHugh believes he has found the last remaining parts of the legendary Johnston’s Motor Car, which was commandeered by the IRA to transport guns during the War of Independence. Picture by Margaret McLaughlinTHE remnants of a legendary car used by the IRA in the War of Independence and immortalized in the song […]

 Departure of Gerry Adams has damaged Sinn Féin in electoral term

Posted By: June 03, 2019

Deaglán de Bréadún. Irish News. Monday, June 3, 2019The big news stories out of the European and local elections south of the border were, of course, the rise in support for the Green Party and the decline of Sinn Féin.It is worth recalling how, back in 2007, the Greens became minority partners in a coalition with Fianna Fáil, but in […]

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