Paddy Clancy has spent a lifetime in journalism, having worked for Irish and British national newspapers and is a former presenter of “It Says In The Papers” on RTE radio.
He has contributed to IrishCentral's sister publication, the Irish Voice, for a decade and now lives in Donegal where he continues to freelance for a variety of papers.
Three British soldiers will be called for the first time to give evidence in person to an inquiry into the deaths of 10 people 47 years ago in west Belfast into what is known as the Ballymurphy massacre.
Former priest sets out to defend his 42 years in active ministry and the "false and unsubstantiated claims" of sexual abuse made by five accusers against him.
Irish emigrants prepared to take up jobs in vital sectors have been offered free flights home – from Australia.
Top athletes and actors, as well as leading personalities in other careers, have asked the Irish government to defend the rights of citizens north of the border and to attempt to end the uncertainty of Brexit and the deadlocked power-sharing agreement.
The father of IRA bomber Thomas Begley has said he would have chained his son to the bed if he had known he was planning to carry out the 1993 attack on Belfast’s Shankill Road.
A report commissioned by Transport Minister Shane Ross has proposed an independently-run third terminal at Dublin Airport should be in place by 2031 - but it’s not wanted by the authority that runs the airport.
The presidential election will be held on Friday against a background of criticism of incumbent Michael D. Higgins’ expenditure of public money.
Ryanair has apologized to employees for failing to find accommodation after an image supposedly showing six of its crew asleep on the floor of an airport surfaced on social media.
A Garda (police) chief who helped smear a whistleblower in the force as a sex abuser has been suspended.
Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) leader Arlene Foster has refused to rule out collapsing the British government if her “blood red line” on Brexit – not to place a customs border between Northern Ireland and the rest of the U.K. – isn’t met.