The life of Michaela McAreavey will be celebrated at a major event in Andersonstown next month. The ‘Match for
Furious Irish soccer fans have been contacting the Andersonstown News claiming that they’re missing out on the Euro 2012 experience by not being able to watch the tournament on RTé Fans who have Sky or Virgin Media are having their RTÉ signal blocked on cable during the competition and as a result are forced to watch the matches on either BBC or ITV.
It’s funny the way people react to TV and film. Print? For most people now, much print requires too much effort – they prefer to watch the movie rather than read the book.
The GAA have all but abandoned their name Cumann Lúthchleas Gael – the logo GAA is now emblazoned on all jerseys probably as a contribution to the new Ireland and an aid to Jim Wells’ army to spot members of ladies’ football teams collecting money. Where does all the money go, you might ask? But that’s another story entirely, one for a winter’s evening.
With over 1,200 delegates set to pour into Belfast, Sinn Féin are gearing up for the party’s first Ard Fheis in the city next weekend.