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.
A battle to save Irish sausage exports to Britain after Brexit is underway.
Ireland celebrates Irish involvement in two of the newly discovered coronavirus vaccines as Christmas easing of restrictions is discussed.
Simon Coveney speaks bluntly about Boris Johnson’s government in advance on European trade talks.
Irish Justice Seamus Woulfe is refusing to resign from his role after his involvement with Golfgate, but has signaled that he is open to facing sanctions.
Warm welcomes at the discovery of a vaccine by a company with several Irish centers were matched in Ireland with caution among some experts.
Families of the 11 victims of the County Fermanagh bombing continue to fight for justice 33 years on.
12 people who lost their lives in IRA bombing in 1987 commemorated in the Fermanagh town center in a crime that shocked the Republic.
Ireland's Chief Medical Officer Dr. Tony Holohan told an NPHET briefing: “We have to keep going to get the case numbers to where we want them.”