Debbie McGoldrick is Senior Editor of the Irish Voice newspaper, where she has worked since 1991.
Her writings cover politics, immigration and community issues. She is also the editor of the Voice’s annual Irish Legal 100 and Irish Education 100 issues.
An Irish American glass ceiling was shattered thanks to GAA stalwart Joan Henchy, who was elected to lead the male-dominated New York GAA as its chairperson.
The nominators for the Golden Globes aren’t feeling the love for Little Women, the Greta Gerwig-directed film starring Saoirse Ronan and a host of other top-tier female actresses that bows on Christmas Day.
Golden Globes makes history in January, as the first set of brothers, Dylan and Paris Brosnan, take to the stage as Globe Ambassadors.
Despite a vote of two-to-one due to objections as to how the vote was made, a redo will take place in January 2020.
Longford man's family take action to "get the law changed" claiming it's "ridiculous" for a person to "take someone’s life in New York City and serve no jail time -- possibly -- or a maximum of a year".
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia star Danny DeVito says Dublin star Colin Farrell will do a "great job" as the Penguin in the new Batman movie alongside Robert Pattinson.
Randy “Prince” Andy has been royally dumped by a number of organizations he supported during his time as a so-called “working royal,” but Royal Portrush golf club in Co. Antrim hasn’t formally cut ties with Jeffrey Epstein’s BFF.
Eccentric Kerry politician Michael Healy-Rae told a tale of Tom Cruise in 1991 when he almost got into a real-life fight for stepping over the line in a local pub.
U2 is going down a treat both on and off the stage in Australia. The band is currently on tour Down Under and the reviews have been rave, of course, and fans have had an opportunity to see the Irish stars up close.