Ex-singer of Westlife, Shane Filan back on song

Ex-singer of Westlife, Shane Filan back on song

Irish boyband Westlife ex-singer Shane Filan is all set to re-invent himself. The singer had an outstanding career with the band Westlife wherein in a career span of fourteen years; they had More »

One arrested as protesters protest against oil drill Project

One arrested as protesters protest against oil drill Project

  The campaign group ‘Stop the Drill’ and the company ‘InfraStrata’ are in an argument with each other regarding the drilling of an exploratory well which serves in favour of the larger More »

El Nino: The Most Powerful Ever

El Nino: The Most Powerful Ever

El Niño is a natural phenomenon capable of great devastation, which occurs every two to seven years and causes acute problems within Central America, Sub Saharan Africa and South East Asia. More »

News Analysis: Supreme Court Ruling Could Have Impact on High Profile Cases

News Analysis: Supreme Court Ruling Could Have Impact on High Profile Cases

In August 2005, Thomas Devlin, a fifteen year old school boy, was stabbed to death near his house when he was at a local shop to buying sweets. There were two killers More »

You need to have “old style community policing” to tackle anti social behaviour

You need to have “old style community policing” to tackle anti social behaviour

The district of Lenadoon in West Belfast, Northern Ireland is becoming a hotbed for anti-social behaviour. Complaints have surged from residents of late due to increased gang activity and noise disturbance in More »

I am keeping my fingers crossed for the voice success: Claudy born teacher

I am keeping my fingers crossed for the voice success: Claudy born teacher

  The Voice is a popular UK based singing talent show and the participant called Colleen Gormley from Claudy in Northern Ireland has her fingers crossed as she hopes for success. Twenty-eight More »

Opinion: It Matters!

Opinion: It Matters!

Ireland has a literacy rate of 98% and it is fair to state that the Irish people like to make informed opinions. The country recently made history by legalizing gay marriages. The More »

 

Coleraine’s Musician Album is a Forerunner for BBC Folk Award

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Damien O’Kane, a native of Coleraine, Ireland is riding high on success these days. In recent news, the musician has risen to fame as his second solo album “REAS of High Traffic” has been nominated in the category of Best album at the BBC Radio 2 Folk awards.

Justice Delayed Is Justice Denied

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The saying “Justice delayed is justice denied” is a legal dictum signifying that when legal redress is available to a person who has suffered some kind of injury but does not get it in time it is as bad as not receiving any redress at all.